Meteorites represent bodies at the larger end of the meteoroid size spectrum since they are large enough to survive ablation in the Earth's atmosphere. They are thus far less numerous than normal meteoroids that become meteors. A number of meteorites can arrive at around the same time and location and so in some sense represent a stream, but these are just recent fragmentations. Most meteors, according to their cosmic ray exposure age are at least 10 million years old. This is roughly also the timescale for the onset of chaos in the inner Solar System and so conventional wisdom is that meteorites can not survive on such orbits for such a time span and that they certainly cannot survive as coherent streams. We investigate numerically the survival of streams for this time interval.