In my case 72. Although male, I have a pair of Bristols.
A 1948 model 400 and a 1960 model 406 Bristol, in which I have just returned from a rally in Spain and Portugal.
My Treg is a 2007 facelift 3.0 TDI V6 Altitude with air suspension and I have just home fitted the new RNS 510 touch-screen nav system, to replace the factory fitted MFD 2 unit, which is a considerable improvement.
I've done the midlife crisis bit,for me it started in 1975when I started my own business and could indulge myself.
Iso,Panther,BMW,several Jags,several Mercs variou other things ending with a Boxster.
After retirement sanity set in ,I sold the Shogun that I'd had since 89 that kept company with the other cars I'd had and settled for the Treg.
I was after comfort,high driving position,quality interior etc and Treg fitted the bill.
I have run several Discoveries and Range Rovers over past 20 years, so I fancied a change. I do a lot of towing (Boats and a large flat trailer) so need good towing capacity.
Also I treated myself to a Bentley Continental GT two years ago so I wanted something cheaper than a Range Rover to run as my second vehicle !
Having now got used to the new Treg, I actually like it much more than the RR ! and most of the controls etc are the same as the Bentley, except they are made out of plastic rather than milled Alloy and Leather !
Just bought my first Treg. It will need to tow my boat which is 3.5 tonne if I empty the fuel tank, water tanks and take out anything loose. Towing capacity limited my chioce but the Treg I thought was the best of the bunch.
Still under 1,000 miles on the clock so not tried towing yet but it is a great car to drive. No regrets