Okay, so I'm 62 & have been driving since 1967
, & bought my 1st car in Fall 1969 during my senior HS year, and have owned 5 cars in the 45 years since then - & still own & care for #3, 4 & 5 - the latter 2 as our DDs! So my wife & I are "vintage" - as is our Avion TT - & we are also are original or 2nd owners of several classic cars - soon to be vintage.
So not a million mile Volvo P1800 as featured in earlier pages here, but still just shy of 600,000 mile on those 3 still owned since 1975! But I'm sure that you vintage & classic car guys & gals can appreciate actually keeping those cars you wished you never sold, and driving them regularly.
#1 Pic - Our 1961
MY Avion T20 (1960 build #2 off line) from the 1960/61 Avion sales brochure with a 1960-ish (59-60-61) Olds Delta 88 Wagon pulling it back in the day .... & that pic could be of our actual trailer, since they typically used an early one off the line to shoot the brochures & ours was #2, & since it has the same base equipment & channel bumper (vs 6" round soil pipe type optional) as ours - but no way to know/prove it.
#2 Pic - The classic - not yet vintage - 1986-89 Porsche 928S/928S4 as my 1st dream classic TV to tow with - Factory/German TUV rated for 4144# towing, vs. T20 was 2850# dry/base/unladen; with a V8 4.7L 295 HP/290TQ `86 or 5.0L 317HP/315TQ `87-89 - all EFI naturally aspirated, 4spd Auto-transaxle, 4 wheel disc brakes, semi-steerable rear wheels/axle, HD radiator & AT-cooler, rated to 165-175 mph! Alas, not a big enough back seat at 2+2 for my wife!
Our Avion T20's TV is TBD, & we've rented various trucks & suv's since getting the TT in July 2012, but I'm now exploring a late model Porsche Cayenne S with a similar V8/Auto/4discs & 7719#TW/600-700#HW rating, but others could come into the picture.
#3-4 Pix of my #5 car (& wife's #5) - Our original owner 1988 VW Vanagon Camper GL Westfalia now at +/- 215k miles, with annual 3-6,000+ mile cross-country family road + local & regional camping trips since new, kids learner car & wife's DD; with front disc & rear drum - but not a TV for more than 1000# - even if rated at 2200# by VW/TUV in the owner's manual; with a Flat H4 waterboxer 2.1L 95HP/98TQ & auto-transaxle. Fun car now gaining cult popularity - especially since the recent rolling resto!
We also have but not pictured:
My #4 car (& wife's #4) - an original owner 1985 BMW 325e 2DR Coupe E30 at about 195k miles, with 2.7L I6 EFI & 5spd which gets 17-22 city/25-28 mixed/30-35 hwy & as high as 51 mpg semi-hyper-mileing (in desperation to make the next gas in the CA desert, but that's another story), 4 wheel discs 7 great handling suspension.
#5 pic & My #3 car - a 2nd owner since Dec`75 1973 Porsche 914-2.0 "914S" with a 2.0L 95HP/95TQ air-cooled/oil-cooled flat H4 & 5spd transaxle mid-engined & 4 wheel discs, with +/- 172k miles `75-85 as my DD, & mostly sitting `85-present due to an accident while parked after a rolling resto `80-83 (yet another story) & undergoing full-on resto & hopefully back on the road & concours circuit soon! I tent camped out of this car for 10 years, easily fitting gear & luggage for 2 in it's 2 trunks front & rear
What we don't have & not pictured:
My #1 car - 1968
Opel Kadett 2DR Notchback Coupe 1.1L I-4 & 4 spd
My #2 car - 1969 Pontiac Ventura 4DR Hardtop 400cid/2bbl/Auto (125"wb)
Wife's #1 & #2 cars - she thinks they were an early/mid 1960's Caddy sedan & late 1960's Ford or Mercury Wagon (she's not really a car person & not too sure).
Wife's #3 car - 1973 Honda Civic CVCC original owner new & still owned when we met in 1983 & kept until `88 wreck.
Plus - "The Kids' Car" - 1988 Honda Civic Hatchback DX bought new by my wife's youngest buyer, sold in 1990's to her 2nd oldest brother, then she inherited by her when he passed in `08 with 124k miles, & we did a rolling-refurb with our son for our son & daughter to share driving it, & now our son is in the Army & is still driving it at +/- 183k miles today!