This list should make me stand alone. I'm sure nobody else will have this mix:
1959 Chevrolet Bel Air:
I've owned it since 1991 and I love it, but after 51 years it's about time for a car to retire. Will be replaced by the Volt.
1973 Corvette 454 Roadster:
I'll probably keep it. I bought it new. I've owned it for 35 years. I drive it about 800 miles a year. So gas cost isn't a big issue, even at 14 MPG.
2004 Chevy Colorado crew cab:
Well, it's still not paid for. It's our daily driver and we use the truck function a lot. I'll most likely keep it because I need a truck sometimes, but the Volt will become the daily driver.
1999 Rexhall Motor Home (Ford V-10):
I'd sell this today except my better half won't hear of it. So it currently keeps my driveway from floating off into space. It hasn't been moved since February. Maybe I'll rent out the bed to a homeless family.
its great you have the Vette from new. Not too many can say that with that vintage. The 454 was a monster. Mine is the 300hp 350. Nothing too exciting, but I wish it was a stick. The Vette was my daily driver from 1983-1988. It was a blast in the snow!
'94 Altima (hand me down from dad) and '00 Forester. Both cars get about 22 city 28 highway. Probably looking to get a Jetta TDI next year to replace the Altima and a Volt when the 2nd generation comes out...