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Yea she is always a very nice woman. I was just saying “Looks like” wigs because how wigs poke up at the crown of the head. And they do have a lot of makeup on.

Sometimes a woman’s beauty is not gaged by the makeup she wears  :)

Oh those great Hurst products
Look at that beauty sitting in the center background. She has natural beauty!!

Unlike Vahn and the other woman. Looks like they have wigs on and a ton of makeup.

Wanted to Buy / Re: 69 console ammeter gauge
« on: Today at 07:51:41 AM »
Look at this :
He may have a amp gauge

Wow, liking $1  to being a Million $$ ;D

Ford GT / Re: My 06 GT w friends
« on: May 26, 2020, 07:27:46 PM »
Wonder if they'd dig my '16 GT? .....

Mustang GT that is :o

Nice Ride Hubbell ;)

Few more:

No missing Ken Miles in those last two pictures.  :)
Ken was the Coolest of the Cool.....
Sunglasses, most of the time, Shirtless with his lanky frame.

And one HELL of a Driver!!

1969-1970 Shelby GT350/500 / Re: My GT350
« on: May 26, 2020, 07:18:02 PM »
Thanks  :)

My other ride
Which one?  There's four ;D

BTW, nice Shelby 8)

The Lounge / Re: Always enjoy looking at this photo
« on: May 26, 2020, 07:03:49 PM »
  Left: Thomas Edison, Right: Henry Ford
Harvey Firestone was often around.  The three of them took "camping" trips together.  Which included big tents, Victrola's, cooks.....

Their idea of camping was calling for room service twice.


Even though Ford was insanely rich, I remember reading that they did enjoy "roughing it', and took long road trips in Model T's.  Remember Ford and the bunch grew up in times before electricity and running water in every house, so it probably reminded them of the 'good 'ol days'..

A Youtube video on their excursions:
That was a cool video :D

Thanks for sharing Brian 8)

BTW, was that HF climbing the tree :o

The Lounge / Re: Always enjoy looking at this photo
« on: May 26, 2020, 10:02:50 AM »
Yea, so cool knowing what we know today all these guys done 👍🏻👍🏻

He said “Kit car” in his last sentence. I don’t think he meant fake as in a VIN tag being swapped to a kit. I’m sure most here would spot it right away.

The Lounge / Re: Memorial Day
« on: May 25, 2020, 08:12:04 PM »
I should’ve been more specific and say that A LOT of the young men were teenagers (18-19 and even 17 in the British Army). I wasn’t basing my narrative on average ages. Just know that a lot of young men in their teens died fighting fierce battles against an evil regime.

During the War, the soldiers of the both the German and Japanese (Axis Powers) Armed Forces, done what any soldier would do, Fight for their Lives. German soldiers were give out at and/or near the end of the war and actually knew that Hitler ultimately Betrayed them and most hated him for that.

Seen a program not long ago where a nominal percentage of the German Army didnt even know about the concentration camps.  Most were the combat soldiers and had no reason to know.

Yes, I’m with you guys, we mourn for the men who fought fiercely and lost their lives for our Country and our Freedom.

Up For Auction / Re: Pookie's at it again!
« on: May 25, 2020, 05:41:53 PM »
I hear you!!

The Lounge / Re: Memorial Day
« on: May 25, 2020, 05:40:15 PM »
I've been extremely interested and studying WWII for over 10 years now, and it still ABSOLUTELY amazes me that these "Teenagers" fought so intense day in and day out!! 

When I am fortunate enough to meet a WWII Veteran, and shake his hand, I get the best Vibe to go through my body to understand that this Man, who was a Kid in WWII, was so damn Brave to fight Germans and Japanese to the Death.

Others that were not so fortunate to make it home, those are the real Heroes and the WWII Veterans that made it home, will tell you Exactly that!!

Please take the time to go to youtube and subscribe to "Memoirs of WWII", I swear you will be glad you did.

God Bless ALL our Veterans, Past and Present!!

The Lounge / Re: Memorial Day
« on: May 25, 2020, 05:34:32 PM »
My Dad landed on the beaches of Normandy France the first week of July 1944.

He was part of that great generation.

Miss him terribly....
Amen to that my Friend. 

Up For Auction / Re: Pookie's at it again!
« on: May 25, 2020, 05:16:54 PM »
I can't understand the 100% rating. However, as I stated before: Ebay's policy only allows 45 days to file a complaint. Many are collecting parts for a restoration and don't know the differences, sometimes those that are very subtle. By the time they realize it nothing can be done.
He burnt me years ago.  Someone is going to catch up with this troll and they are not going to be in a diplomatic mood.
Nothing much lower than a thief.
He'll be in Maggie Valley NC at Northeast Georgia Mustang Clubs 47th Annual Mustang/Shelby & All Ford Car show October 3, 2020.
He's there every year trying to sell his fake $hit.

Isn't that Huggy Bear on Stasky & Hutch  ;D

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