I’ve mentioned in other posts how fortunate I was to marry a like-minded woman 33 years ago and the entire concept came up again this week. We bought her a 2015 Subaru Outback yesterday and we are awaiting delivery. This car replaces her 1997 Outback that she purchased new, and that replaced her Saab that she bought new in 1977. 18 years on one and 20 years on the other. I’m a lightweight on this. I bought a new 2014 Outback earlier this year which replaced my 1998 Honda that I had purchased new. And that replaced my 1981 Saab, that I also bought new. So 16 and 17 years for me on my last two. It is a little weird to think that these may be the last cars we ever own. I can’t see either of us driving in our 80s. I really am not comfortable driving these days because of crazy drivers. What happened to road courtesy? For those that want details...my 81 Saab had 180k+ on it when the CAT converter caught fire and totaled the car. The 97 Honda had 240k+ on it but the head casket was going and I wanted a new car! I am the main driver so my wife's previous two cars had a total of ~200k combined.