Matt Harwood

Where will you be at Hershey?

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On 10/5/2017 at 8:25 PM, MCHinson said:

I just looked at the Allard about 10 minutes ago. I am here too.

We'll have to have a meet and greet next year.  We booked the room as we were leaving this year.   I was the guy wearing the Hawaiian shirts with the Wife and 3 year old daughter being pulled around in the red covered wagon.   

I wasn't overly crazy to learn about the new scenic walk to get to the car show.  I much preferred the old route that took you right into the red field. 

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18 hours ago, auburnseeker said:

I wasn't overly crazy to learn about the new scenic walk to get to the car show.  I much preferred the old route that took you right into the red field. 

 

Tell me about it! I think they added half a mile to the walk.  And way too many fences. And they made it curve closer to the Hershey treatment plant. That was ripe.

 

I had my Chevy truck parked across from the office. The one with the big rust hole in the side and a sticker on the gate "Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra"

 

I just got home.

Bernie

 

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What color is your Chevy Bernie?  I know there is a blue Suburban that I Was parked next to and the black Ford Truck with the parts and boxes in the back that got rained on.  I think there was a prety clean red and White chevy truck there as well.  Mine was the dark colored Ford,  down by the fenced in Warehouse. 

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Mine was an almost unheard of, conventional cab with an 8 foot box.  it has a slightly raised, front hinged cap. My refer to it as my Chevy coupe fairly often. If Chevy made a front engine, RWD, V8, 3 window coupe, mine would be it.

 

When I first bought it my Wife asked "Why do people seem so surprised that you bought a truck?"

"Well, Dear, most people associate a truck with work. And they know me."

 

That "hole" justified a nice new MIG welder (Hobart 140) and a lot of welding supplies to go with it. Ain't so bad after all.

 

I kind of waited a few minutes to say Hi to Matt, but he was in a very profound discussion about the value add for car club recognition in car prices. It was deep so I looked over the green Buick convertible.

 

Bernie

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