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Offshoot from the Corvette topic in Clean Jokes!

2 hours ago, graham59 said:

Cheers.... my time was 14 secs dead (qtr mile), but it was Sunday morning and I was tired. lol  It's all about reaction times and not spinning those wheels. :biggrin:

Yes, they have some drag racing at Clark. 

Anyway... I'm feeling generous today, so I've upgraded you mate ... hope you like it.  :thumbsup:

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Wow!  You were about as close as you could get.  Here are pics of my 07 Auto Coupe.  I didn't really want an Auto but when I was looking in Germany this one came up as a good deal so I went for it.  These are the pics I took for my "For Sale" ad in Germany, and I literally sold it the day before I flew out of Germany for good.

https://goo.gl/photos/qYZ4rXmz9WHVHwQR6

 

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4 minutes ago, OnMyWay said:

Offshoot from the Corvette topic in Clean Jokes!

Wow!  You were about as close as you could get.  Here are pics of my 07 Auto Coupe.  I didn't really want an Auto but when I was looking in Germany this one came up as a good deal so I went for it.  These are the pics I took for my "For Sale" ad in Germany, and I literally sold it the day before I flew out of Germany for good.

https://goo.gl/photos/qYZ4rXmz9WHVHwQR6

 

Oh, that's a REAL beauty mate.

If I'd known what wheels yours had fitted... I could have got those correct too. lol  :biggrin:

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Beautiful car, and in mint condition like it just came out of the factory! Thanks for sharing those pics!

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My 1968 Dodge R/T 440 cu in.  Photo take 1978 age 17.  Worked at a garage since age 15 and did a total rebuild including new paint on the car.  Side note:  Photo was taken at a friends house who's father worked at Mack Trucks assembly plant.  His mailbox post seen on the right is a crankshaft from a Mack Truck.  Like many of you, sure had some good memories in my car.  :6:

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This was my second car , the first was a white 1966 beetle ,a little rusty but it got me to work and back, then I brought this one , lasted me years until I thought I wanted a bigger car as the family was getting bigger, one of the mistakes I have made in my life time.

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8 minutes ago, stevewool said:

one of the mistakes I have made in my life time.

 Probably worth a small fortune now Steve :thumbsup:

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10 minutes ago, Jack Peterson said:

 Probably worth a small fortune now Steve :thumbsup:

Indeed , but with a carrycot a kiddies seat and a mad border Collier to transport around, 5 doors is better then 2 at the time.

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No photo... But I miss my 1968 Buick LaSabre. Big slider car even with aircon! Dependable and lasted me well over 100k miles.

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2 minutes ago, Tommy T. said:

No photo... But I miss my 1968 Buick LaSabre.

LOL,  :whistling:

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2 minutes ago, Jack Peterson said:

LOL,  :whistling:

I hear you Jack. What I should say is no photo here. All my photos before digital are in my storage locker in USA.

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