Sunday, September 21, 2014

MGTOW Can Make Things Last

  
I prided myself on buying a new vehicle about once every twenty years but this guy is my hero.

This man owned drove the same car for 82 years


Mr. Allen Swift: Born: 1908 ˜ Died 2010

Can you imagine even having the same car for 82 years?

Mr. Allen Swift ( Springfield, Massachusetts) received this 1928 Rolls-Royce Piccadilly-P1 Roadster from his father, brand new – as a graduation gift in 1928.

He drove it up until his death … at the age of 102!!!

He was the oldest living owner of a car that was purchased new.

Another reason why society hates MGTOW.

We just don't need all the useless crap it has to offer.

Can't have that now can we?

4 comments:

patriarchal landmine said...

they will hate us less after the collapse when it's the prepared men, living off the grid who are keeping the tiny remnants of civilization running, and making a mint for their skills.

evilwhitemalempire said...

After about 30 years replacement parts are going to get harder and harder to come by making it actually very un-mgtow to continue to own it.

If this is for real the it smacks of wealthy eccentrism not thrift.

Anonymous said...

I've had problems getting parts for things I bought 5 years ago!
The cost to replace the on board chip in my dishwasher cost more than my whole range hood did.

MarkyMark said...

The car was a Rolls-Royce, which has always been built better than the mass produced cars we can buy...