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Funny Friday!!!

Oct 22, 2014
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CAL 35 Cruiser moored EVERETT WA
YOU wake up and your happy you see blue sky, not roots... Have you ever wondered. Am I getting old?

Here is a sure fire to help you decide....

If you know what the silver thing in the image does..


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You may be.
 
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Jul 13, 2010
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Precision 23 Perry Hall,Baltimore County
Years ago i wanted some water based lubricant for an impellor change. Folks here said to "get it at a pharmacy,cheaper than a marine store". Well,at the pharmacy it is NOT in the automotive section. Highly amused teenage girl at checkout as I sputtered "it's for my boat!"
 
May 12, 2004
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Hunter Cherubini 30 New Port Richey
YOU wake up and your happy you see blue sky, not roots... Have you ever wondered. Am I getting old?

Here is a sure fire to help you decide....

If you know what the silver thing in the image does..


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You may be.
Wish the manufacturers would have just left it there instead of integrating it with the turn signal. BTW, my first vehicle was a '61 Ford Falcon with a 'three on the tree'. Bought her in '67 for $100. A princely sum for a 16 year old back then.
 
May 12, 2004
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Hunter Cherubini 30 New Port Richey
My father likes to tell the story about one of the last times he rented a car. He went to roll the window down at a drive-thru and spent 10 minutes trying to find the button.
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-Will
My next vehicle is going to have crank windows. If I can even find one. At least they work all the time. Even with the key off. Imagine that.
 
Oct 26, 2010
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Hunter 40.5 Beaufort, SC
Wish the manufacturers would have just left it there instead of integrating it with the turn signal. BTW, my first vehicle was a '61 Ford Falcon with a 'three on the tree'. Bought her in '67 for $100. A princely sum for a 16 year old back then.
Mine was a 64 Ford Falcon Convertible, 3 on the column, bench seats, 260 cu in Sprint V8. Black on Black. Bought in 1968 for $600 earned on the farm. Still wish I had that car! It was the basis for the 64 1/4 Mustang - just a different body and 3 on the floor. Surprisingly quick.
 
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Aug 18, 2015
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West Marine kayak Tampa Bay
1965 Pontiac Starchief here. $425 in 1975. Wish I still had it, and I wonder if there is a single copy left in existence.