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Old 11-29-2003, 07:07 PM
khanson khanson is offline
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Default Minutia

No Posts in a day and a half - so here's something to think about:

Looking at the T-Bird Registry, the following cars are registered

year/style - units produced - T-Bird Registry - % registered
58 HardT - 35,758 produced - 316 registered - .88%
58 Conver - 2,134 produced - 91 registered - 4.26%
58 Total - 37,892 produced - 407 registered - 1.07%

59 HardT - 57,195 produced - 179 registered - .31%
59 conve - 10,261 produced - 89 registered - .87%
59 Totals - 67,456 produced - 268 registered - .40%

60 HardT - 76,447 produced - 306 registered - .40%
60 Conve - 11,860 produced - 89 registered - .75%
60 GoldTp - 2,534 produced - 181 registered - 7.14%
60 Total - 90,841 produced - 576 registered - .63%

how many squarebirds remain and what percent of the estimated remaining squarebirds are registered (10%, 20%, 100%)?

is a car more likely to be registered if percieved to be less common (the largest percentage is the Golde Top), or is it that computer literate people seem to collect the scarcer cars?

except for the Golde Top it looks like about the same percentage of '59 and '60s are registered (I have a 59 conv for what it's worth).

what else does all this mean?

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