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On 9/26/2016 at 3:10 PM, MrEarl said:

 

 When Ben is out hanging with the boys and gets a call from home that supper is ready 

 

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Outruns his paint too!

 

 

Oh wait, that's not burning rubber,  that smoke is coming out of his tail pipe!!!!  Must have forgot to put some rings in that 263 modified.

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Skinny women and fat cars since I was a kid, I guess one would know I like thigh gaps as much as others like sun visors and scallops.

 

Winter is coming. When you see the old man in the white sneakers walking through the mall, smile. He might not be there so much for the exercise.

 

Bernie

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11 hours ago, retirednow said:

Thankfully, some things never change

 

Not to contradict, but considering those "things" are what, maybe 20 years old in this 1950's picture, age them another 66 years = 86, the Buick comes into my focus a whole lot quicker.  Just sayin  :D

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4 hours ago, EmTee said:

I think those bags look Photoshopped!  <_<

 

Me thinks you're not as old as the rest of us.  I may not remember what I had for breakfast but memories like this don't go away, hopefully not soon anyway.

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6 hours ago, EmTee said:

I think those bags look Photoshopped!  <_<

 

If nobody else is gonna.... "What bags"

 

3 hours ago, 60FlatTop said:

I guess one would know I like thigh gaps as much as others like sun visors and scallops.

 

TG's:o.....before somebody brings up CT's lets move on

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2 hours ago, 60FlatTop said:

No CT's and you put up woodies.

 

I did, and that last one is mine, how do you like it.

 

BTW, considering there had been no input from the scallop section regarding the visor posts, I was beginning to worry, so I checked up on him. He said he's just been busy working on the Bug. :D

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I like that last one, but some might think ti's a stretch. I really love driving those flathead Caddies. I'm in the market and don't know for sure if the next one is going to cater to the BCA, CLC, or even a remote chance of the LCOC.

Bernie

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25 minutes ago, 60FlatTop said:

I like that last one, but some might think ti's a stretch. I really love driving those flathead Caddies. I'm in the market and don't know for sure if the next one is going to cater to the BCA, CLC, or even a remote chance of the LCOC.

Bernie

 

Now that I look back,  that IS a Cadillac, I couldn't see that well on my cell phone, tha's my story and I'm stickin to it.

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1 hour ago, MrEarl said:

 

Now that I look back,  that IS a Cadillac, I couldn't see that well on my cell phone, tha's my story and I'm stickin to it.

Are you referring to the stretched Woody limo back in post #299?  I think it's a LaSalle, not a Cadillac.  That grill is the inspiration for the turn signal lenses in the 63 - 65 Rivieras.  When Bill Mitchell envisioned the car he originally thought that Cadillac would get it and it would be called the LaSalle.  GM project XP-715

 

Cadillac La Salle XP-715, 1961

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7 hours ago, MrEarl said:

Pretty, pretty, pretty

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Yeah, but we will have that nasty white stuff on the ground too soon here. I'm not done with summer / fall weather and am not ready for what is to come. 

 

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Well, I do like those FWD Rivieras, but the Continental kit...  not so much.  The Le Sabre (looks like a '70) has a beautiful paint job -- but those wheels belong at the top of a windmill (or maybe a pram).  :blink:

 

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