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I guess I'm not the only one around here with varied tastes.

My signature shows my 'collector' stuff but not my modern cars.

 

It's nice to see the larger T-Birds finally getting some love after all the years of being virtually ignored by collectors.

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John

This song has your name all over it!

 

Born to Be Wild

 

Get your motor runnin'
Head out on the highway
Lookin' for adventure
And whatever comes our way
Yeah Darlin' go make it happen
Take the world in a love embrace
Fire all of your guns at once
And explode into space
I like smoke and lightning
Heavy metal thunder
Racin' with the wind
And the feelin' that I'm under
Yeah Darlin' go make it happen
Take the world in a love embrace
Fire all of your guns at once
And explode into space
Like a true nature's child
We were born, born to be wild
We can climb so high
I never wanna die
Born to be wild
Born to be wild
 
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Charley
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My .sig says it all. Represent cars I had in my yout & all have AC (even rent cars had AC in 60s). Current range is 1970 to 2012. Have bought new cars before that became antiques. Am able to combine hobbies, cars and computers now though the AV system in the TV room needs its own cooling system and have added heat sinks in many places.

And if my nut theory is correct, may get some interesting weather this summer.

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My 62 T-Bird was one of my favorite cars. It was a beautiful looking/running/maintained machine in 67 when I was drafted. Came home two years later and little brother hadn’t changed the oil, washed it or even put air in the worn out tires. Drivers door bashed in, right rear quarter panel scraped and dented, tail light broken and interior trashed. I got the T-Turd and my folks bought little spoiled brother a year old Vette. (If I had my M16 I would probably still be in jail.)

Traded it in on a Dodge Charger but it just wasn’t as much fun. 
dave s 

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My 67 Camaro was a 327/4-speed/AC/disk brake/guage car with much modified suspension, removed/carpeted rear seat, mags & blue streaks, and  side  exhausts. Won most autocrosses. Mother found it had to drive and sold while I was on an all expense paid vacation in SEA. Was told when I returned and given a blue 66 Caprice with powerglide and lots of flower stickers. Ordered my 70 Buick GS similarly equipped which also won autocrosses. Nothing unusual since few were 21 who served and parents held titles.

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1 hour ago, padgett said:

. Nothing unusual since few were 21 who served and parents held titles.

 

Maybe the law changed about that time, as I titled my first car in my name alone when I was 19. Of course it was not a new car!🤣  $15 62 Chevy, running and driving. Ah, the good old days.😉

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