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  1. I agree with 28 Chrysler. If not for an insulated cooler door, then some kind of very thick door. The hexagonal rod would allow it to slide through the door and fit some type of interior mechanism, while the nut on the other end could fit an interior handle.
  2. I'm a little late reading/replying to this thread, but I have two comments: First, I have a 1925 Chrysler 4. The first thingg people say is how great it looks, and then ask' "What is it?" "It's a car," I reply matter-of-factly. After a second or two of their confused look, I tell them what it is. Second, padgett: I almost know what you mean. I live in SoCal and summers get really hot here. I once parked my Harley and started to walk away when I suddenly noticed it was slowly leaning more and more. Turns out the heat had softened the asphalt so much that the kickstand wa
  3. I 100% agree with what's been said. I live in California and I pay a $40 fee for my YOM plate (plus regular registration fee), plus about $100/year for full coverage insurance (comprehensive plus liability) for just my antique vehicle (you don't want to know what it is for daily drivers). Anyone who drives anything without some kind of liability coverage is insane, or has absolutely no assets. I carry $300K in liability coverage because in California we have the highest per capita ratio of lawyers who are drooling at the mouth to sue you for as much as they can for the least little thing.
  4. I saw this T-shirt during the Bush (2) era: "Haven't we taken this Anyone can grow up to be president thing a little too far?" Never went out of date.🙄
  5. More on pigs: Never try to teach a pig to sing. It wastes your time and annoys the pig. ...and to put things in perspective for any working person: I'm not allowed the run the train, the whistle I can't blow. I'm not allowed to say how far the train's allowed to go. I'm not allowed to blow off steam, nor even clang the bell. But let the damn thing jump the track and see who catches hell!
  6. I'll trade you a little snow for a little summer warmth from SoCal.
  7. Mine, yellow 2000 Dyna Wide Glide, my son, blue 2019 Softtail Slim. Anymore I defy gravity just staying upright.🤨
  8. But OTOH, this past summer, and I live in the foothills of the mountains.
  9. I sent this meme to my sister in Maine and she (lovingly) called me a bad word. I know it's kind of perversely funny, but everyone was posting their weather pix, so... High of 74 degrees.
  10. On the topic of bumper stickers, I saw these a few days ago. While not funny, they do make a person think: The surest sign that there is intelligent life in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us. Never wrestle with a pig. You both get dirty, but the pig enjoys it.
  11. Fossil, Thank you for your service, and I agree with you. Thanks to those with the positive feedback. However, I only wanted to post my bumper sticker and did not intend to turn this into political discussion. Back to bumper stickers anyone?
  12. I have read with sadness about the lost loves from disease or divorce. 45 years ago when we were first married , she was substitute teaching and I was going to college after a tour with Uncle Sam's Misguided Children. We slept on just a mattress on the floor and our dresser was cardboard boxes stacked on end. But we had each other. One day I heard Neil Sedaka's "The Hungry Years." (quoted below) Here we stand just me and you With everything and nothing, too It wasn't worth the price we had to pay Honey take me home Let's go back to yesterday I miss the hungry ye
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