so long and thanks for all the fish

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by David Teichholtz, Dec 7, 2007.

  1. Good day. I have been on this forum since 2002 when I bought my 1995
    SW1. There has been a wealth of information in this forum and I hope
    that I have contributed some knowledge also.

    In September a family member had an accident and pretty much totaled the
    car, but thankfully nobody was injured. It had 220,000 miles on it and
    would have almost certainly made it to 300,000 if not more. I paid
    $2000 for it 5 years ago and it certainly served us well. It was an
    extremely reliable car.

    I also had a 1997 SL1 for about a year which had also been in an
    accident, although I was able to put a couple of doors on it and drive
    it for a while longer. That car was traded in earlier this year for a
    new Civic Hybrid.

    As I already had too many cars, I won't be replacing the Saturn.

    David Teichholtz, Dec 7, 2007
  2. David Teichholtz

    Oppie Guest

    Another Douglas Adams / Hitchiker's Guide fan I see.
    Glad the family member survived the collision even if the Saturn didn't.

    So it goes. I got rid of my '89 Voyager 5 years back and bought the LW300. I
    used to be a regular poster to the Chrysler forum and that ended along with
    the voyager (which was turning into an OY-ager).
    Good luck to you and thanks for the contributions.
    Oppie, Dec 7, 2007
  3. David Teichholtz

    PerfectReign Guest

    those darn american cars!! always failing at the last moment. :p

    PerfectReign, Dec 7, 2007
  4. David Teichholtz

    marx404 Guest

    sorry to see you go, great nobody was hurt but isn't that what makes a
    Saturn great? Thanx for everything.
    marx404, Dec 10, 2007
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