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Old 06-06-2018, 06:49 PM
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Here's a goofy, idle thought that just came to mind...

A couple of days ago from my posting this was the 26th anniversary of the memorable 1992 film, "My Cousin Vinny", starring Joe Pesci and Marissa Tomei. This is also a movie that car-guys like myself can relate to, for it touches on and references vintage GM products, circa early though mid-1960s. Those cars would be some 30 years old, give or take, and be antiques at the time of the film's production and release. However, today, in 2018, the vehicles that were new and late-model at the time of My Cousin Vinny's release would now be antiques themselves, and greater than 25-years old!

Sorry if I made anyone feel old ;-)
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