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On 6/20/2021 at 5:59 AM, Billy Kingsley said:

Yesterday in Saratoga

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Hey Billy,

Too bad I missed you. I was judging some cars right over your left shoulder. Those red bugs I never really understood, they seemed like somebody got bored and tried to make a homemade go cart with their American Flyer sled, a baby carriage, and a lawn mower. Seem far from safe in any era

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Since I have purchased a different 1937 Buick since I have posted in this thread, here is a photo of me with my 1937 Buick Roadmaster Model 80C Convertible Phaeton.

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Funny how words trigger thoughts, and thoughts tend to bring back memories. I just Googled “zoom” to see how much time had passed me by since my last thought. Well, apparently a whole bunch because “zoom” was the wheat meal cereal, sort of like Cream of Wheat, without the garnishes, we used to feed the inmates for breakfast in the medium security prison where I worked. The inmates hated it, and usually most of it was thrown away as garbage. Anyway, now I understand why they called their media platform “zoom” instead of “quick”, “fast”, or something else palatable.

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Funny how words trigger thoughts, and thoughts tend to bring back memories. I just Googled “zoom” to see how much time had passed me by since my last thought. Well, apparently a whole bunch because “zoom” was the wheat meal cereal, sort of like Cream of Wheat, without the garnishes, we used to feed the inmates for breakfast in the medium security prison where I worked. The inmates hated it, and usually most of it was thrown away as garbage. Anyway, now I understand why they called their media platform “zoom” instead of “quick”, “fast”, or something else palatable.

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Funny how words trigger thoughts, and thoughts tend to bring back memories. I just Googled “zoom” to see how much time had passed me by since my last thought. Well, apparently a whole bunch because “zoom” was the wheat meal cereal, sort of like Cream of Wheat, without the garnishes, we used to feed the inmates for breakfast in the medium security prison where I worked. The inmates hated it, and usually most of it was thrown away as garbage. Anyway, now I understand why they called their media platform “zoom” instead of “quick”, “fast”, or something else palatable.

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Funny how words trigger thoughts, and thoughts tend to bring back memories. I just Googled “zoom” to see how much time had passed me by since my last thought. Well, apparently a whole bunch because “zoom” was the wheat meal cereal, sort of like Cream of Wheat, without the garnishes, we used to feed the inmates for breakfast in the medium security prison where I worked. The inmates hated it, and usually most of it was thrown away as garbage. Anyway, now I understand why they called their media platform “zoom” instead of “quick”, “fast”, or something else palatable.

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Glad to sees this bounce back to the top again!  Intended to post a few pics but...so appreciate the reminder. First pic is Susan and I with her 1974 MGBG alongside a bridge at the end of our street.  Next up is a pic of me driving the 14T - Grandson Jack, is co-pilot, Sue is backseat driver/navigator, and her Nephew Cole is in the back.   Next pic is of us fording a stream on an AACA Reliability Tour.  Last shot is us along with friends Richard and Sandy Hall, and Bob Stein. Sue's blue 1948 TC is her pride-and joy.  Together, the local gang is known as 'the Three Ts" and we love to get them out on a nice spring afternoon for a drive through the country.  There is usually seafood/ice-cream involved.

Let's keep this thread going - it's fantastic.

Terry

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On 8/7/2021 at 2:38 PM, Robert G. Smits said:

Here is the electric version

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If I owned a Red Bug and someone were to take a photo of me sitting in it, it would be a rather entertaining photo. That would be the only vehicle that I could total out and require a 911 call just by sitting in it and not moving an inch

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5 hours ago, Robert G. Smits said:

Do you have a photo of it today?

It looks exactly the same. It's patiently waiting for me to finish my current project!

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2 hours ago, 95Cardinal said:

It looks exactly the same. It's patiently waiting for me to finish my current project!

I can understand that.  I have more unfinished projects than I can ever finish.  Time to prioritize!!

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Me a few days ago in San Diego....1950 Chrysler convertible of Doctor Joe's. I got sunburned to an absolute crisp, but enjoyed the ride immensely!

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Some really really really cool photos in this thread.

 

Mine, perhaps not so much, but ... here ya go ... a selfie of me with my current 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis LS, 1 taken by a friend of me with my former 1989 Caprice Classic Brougham.

 

 

Cort, pig & cow valves with pacemaker
2003 MGM LS + 1981 cmc SC; want 1975 Chrysler Cordoba
"I can't stop driving" | New Radicals | 'Someday We'll Know'

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