In our current stable of six vehicles, the "newest" model is a 2001 Jeep Cherokee. When I add the ages of all the vehicles together, I come up with 223 years.

Our stable (all makes) is as follows. 68, 72, 96, 98, 01, 09, 14 (Notice how we skip the 80s, nothing good built in those years) 51 + 47 + 23 + 21 + 18 + 10 + 5 = 175. This tells me I need to thin the herd or buy some new shit, or both.

66(53)+68(51)+70(49)+71(48)+74(45)+76(43)=289 years of worth of work ahead of me. I too have a problem..........

I have it better then that. . lol my Brother owns a cat that I can borrow anytime and the bonus is I don't have the 800 dollar payment or depreciation to worry about. when the cats start hitting the 30's is when my interest will perk up for one. but yes the herd needs culling..

Well let's see 1938,1964,1972,2014,2015 81,55,47,5,4-192 That's what I get for selling off everything!

Only counting classics (over 25 years old) that are licensed and insured, I come up with 347. I call it my hobby, my wife calls it my obsession. Edit: If I add in the new cars and daily drivers, the total comes to 411.

4 cars...1966, 95, 97, 98. Can someone do the math for me!? The oldest one has the least amount of miles while the newest one has the most @ 227k. The 66 is right at 100k.