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17 - Is Technology Killing our Past and Hurting our Future?
We drive a 27-year-old Honda, a 17-year old-Nissan Maxima, a
brand new Maxima and a 1929 hotrod powered by a 71-year-old engine. Which one
do I think will still be running 20 years from now? The old hotrod! Why, because
technology is going to eliminate antique cars for the future because we won’t
be able to service their computers. Same thing with electronic documents, digital
pictures, etc. Model A Fords and flathead roadsters, of course, are bullet proof. CLICK
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P-38 Lightning, Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, Republic P-47 Thunderbolt, F-86 Sabre,Grumman
F6F Hellcat, Grumman F4F Wildcat,Grumman F8F Bearcat, F4U Corsair, AT-6 Texan,
Vultee BT-13, Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, Consolidated B-14 Liberator, B-25
Mitchell, Martin B-26 Marauder, Douglas A-26 Invader, DC-3, Boeing P-12, Stearman
PT-17, N2S, PT-13, T-28A, T-28B, T-28C, Spitfire, Messerschmitt 109, Focke-Wulf
190, Piper J-3 Cub, Piper J-4 Cub Coupe, Piper J-5, Piper PA-12 Super Cruiser,
Piper Super Cub, Piper PA-17 Vagabond, Piper PA-22 TriPacer,, Aeronca 7AC, 7EC
Champ, Aeronca Chief, Aeronca Sedan, Citabria, Bellanca Cruisemaster, Bellanca
Viking, Ercoupe, Funk, Grumman AA-1 Yankee, Grumman Tiger, Beechcraft Staggerwing
D-17, G-17, Beechcraft Bonanza, Beechcraft T-34, Beechcraft D-18 Twin Beech,
Bucker BU-131 Jungmann, Bucker BU-133 Jungmeister, Cessna C-120, C-140, C-150,
C-152, C-170, C-172 Skyhawk, C-180 Skywagon, C-182 Skylane, C-190, C-195, C-210
Centurian, Cessna Airmaster, Cessna L-19 Bird Dog, C-310, Cessna T-37, deHavilland
Tiger Moth, deHavilland Chipmunk DHC-1, Douglas A-4 Skyhawk. Douglas AD Skyraider,
Fairchild F-24, Fairchild F-45, Fairey Swordfish, Funk Great Lakes 2T-1A, Hawker
Seafury, Howard DGA-15, Luscombe 8, Meyers OTW, Meyers 145, Meyers 200, Meyers
Interceptor 400, Monocoupe, Mooney M-18 Mite, Mooney M-20, Piper PA-28 Cherokee,
Ryan STA, Ryan PT-22, Stinson 108, Taylorcraft BD-12, Temco/Globe Swift, Tempco
T-35 Buckaroo, WACO UPF, WACO VKS, WACO SRE, Zlin 526, Pitts Special, Starduster,
Smith Miniplane, Baby Great Lakes, Falco, Siai Marchetti SF-260, Glasair, GlasStar,