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Movies can't win against a book!
Oh I don't know... Lots hold up pretty well.

Read Jim Harrisons's Legend of the Fall. It's a novella. Then watch the movie, which would be on my list of top 10, if I had one.

Or read First Blood by David Morrell. Then watch the movie. The movie is far better than the book.

I could list dozens of books that I have read where the movie equalled or excelled beyond it.

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Before my brother and I decided between the already decked out Camaro and the 55 bel air - we bought a model of the 55 and put it together and began painting it different colors. I think we either ended up with blue and white or all blue....but do not recall how it turned out.

And do not recall why a 18 and a 16 year old chose the 55

Oh our very first car I forgot was a sky blue 67 ( I think) vw bug with a stick shift went every where in it.
I always wanted a '55 Belair 2 door hardtop, but one never fell into my lap.

After our 55 Chev. project, 1967-69 Camaro's got to be a collector muscle car.
- I liked anything with iconic styling & found '65-67 Chevelle & Beaumont's easier to acquire

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Beau's 1955 Chev. 210 (2 door post), automatic with a 6 cylinder...photo below, was solid blue, when purchased.
- paid C$600 off a retired old lady
- sold to my brother, after I drove it for a while / frame mounts (body to cab) rusted out
- Twin67 auto body restored the car / he welded the front fender light caps on, to fix rust through
- while this Larry fully brazed the bottom left half quarter on, with brothers assistance (clamping & cooling patch)...he trusted me, to keep heat warpage under control
- the car was sanded nice and straight, in fathers house garage...on family farm
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We had a Rambler Super 4 door. 327 with a "3 in the tree'. 1958. The car was a beast.

I eventually sold it for scrap for about $3K. It was a very cool rig, but I could not justify putting the $$ into it to bring ir up to par....

1958 AMC Rambler "Super" for sale: photos, technical specifications, description

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OK... While we are doing music... I was 21yo. when this live video was shot. (1974?) I had blonde hair down to the middle of my back. I was so pretty that it hurt. Earrings too... LOL Don't have the hair anymore, but still have the earrings.

CSN&Y... Almost cut my hair.:

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I always wanted a '55 Belair 2 door hardtop, but one never fell into my lap.

After our 55 Chev. project, 1967-69 Camaro's got to be a collector muscle car.
- I liked anything with iconic styling & found '65-67 Chevelle & Beaumont's easier to acquire

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Beau's 1955 Chev. 210 (2 door post), automatic with a 6 cylinder...photo below, was solid blue, when purchased.
- paid C$600 off a retired old lady
- sold to my brother, after I drove it for a while / frame mounts (body to cab) rusted out
- Twin67 auto body restored the car / he welded the front fender light caps on, to fix rust through
- while this Larry fully brazed the bottom left half quarter on, with brothers assistance (clamping & cooling patch)...he trusted me, to keep heat warpage under control
- the car was sanded nice and straight, in fathers house garage...on family farm
- restored over the winter, 40 years ago / running a 1500W electric heater
- after a fresh repaint, no evidence of our panel welding could be found
- a very respectful restoration, for us self-trained auto body amateurs
- playing with old cars, on the farm / best of fun times

Very nice! If I recall that is similar to one of the colors we had painted the model - but think ended up with a darker blue. Only thing I really remember is my step father had put louvers in the hood...so not quite a classic restore.
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I was 4 years old when my parent's bought the Buick off the show room floor.

I think they paid $6,000 or so, for it.

It got handed down to me and then to my brother.

That car was awesome! Kicked A$$ to the very end. So, you see? The only time I was in the back seat was when we, the family, were on a road trip. What the hell is a back seat? By the time I got a hold of the steering wheel, I was taking names and kicking A$$es, racing around in it!



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OK I need your bad azz pics.....for those concerned about security ....or me being a stalker or something.........you can post your pics here on DT.......and I can copy directly from the site. So.....AJ.....what cha got ??? Tractor ...truck......
Beaumont......send me your pics again ( I accidentally deleted them oops...)
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TN...do not be afraid.....fords are welcomed........all makes ....all machines.......deep purple is 6 minutes....I need more stuff.......due by the end of the month please.....so get some pics of your rides for me.....
If any of you have viewed pictures any of SP in the back seat .......would LOVE to do a special feature on that !!! Yep.......OK......back to deep purple......hooked on this song!!!!
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Ok.....sitting in the parking garage at work....no power......cannot get into the office.
The alarm security people cannot find us....that’s comforting.....?...so I am bored.........Stryker get up......go check on Rock......make sure ECIN has not plucked any of the other girls.......come on ....its hot.....in this er garage
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Locksmith finally made it.......mini van with Minnesota tags.......no wonder it took him so long to find us !!! Got the door open finally....just as I was gonna run outta coffee.......whew...its going to be a great day !!!!!! Will make it so.................

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@ Beau

We had a Rambler Super 4 door. 327 with a "3 in the tree'. 1958. The car was a beast.

I eventually sold it for scrap for about $3K. It was a very cool rig, but I could not justify putting the $$ into it to bring ir up to par....

1958 AMC Rambler "Super" for sale: photos, technical specifications, description

STJ!
Lmao John , my cousin had one too ! What a sleeper that car was ! We would go cruising around on weekends with it , would be setting at a stop light , this badazz car would pull up along side us , all jacked up , loud pipes and Greg would drop the hammer on the green light and we smoked them , lol , most times , they would drop in behind us and when we would pull into a parking lot they would pull up by us and ask what in the heck did we have in it ? Fun car , they were light as a feather , a unibody , if I remember right and then add a 327 , the worst part was the tree , from 1st to second , could be a game changer
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TN , now this is road music

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And of course TN , this one is a must have driving song !

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Here's my favorite driving (under speed limit) song....
(sounds great at high volume)


Radar Gun- Bottle Rockets

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Poke Everything.
It's New? Bark At It.
Moves? Chase It.
Doesn't Move? Smell It.
Liquid? Spill and Dribble It.
Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
Not Food? Chew It Slowly, Be Quiet & Hide From Human.
A Toy? Shred & Destroy It.
Stuffed? De-Stuff It.
Bites You Back? Wrestle It!
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Well, not much going on around here. Weather has been mostly decent - we've had some rain, but temps are nice.

I've been doing a lot of sewing. Had the day off work Tuesday so that Sypha and I could attend a half-day Nosework seminar with Nancy Reyes. We had a good time and learned some good stuff. We were both pretty tired, went home and napped, and then we had Nosework class that night!

Otherwise not much is going on - just working lots. Very much enjoying the better weather and looking forward to fall, although that also means I'll be lots busier.

We've been doing a CSA this year (community supported agriculture) and that's been fun - getting veggies in our box every week and figuring out what to cook with them That's been interesting and sometimes challenging, but a good experience.
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OK I need your bad azz pics.....for those concerned about security ....or me being a stalker or something.........you can post your pics here on DT.......and I can copy directly from the site. So.....AJ.....what cha got ??? Tractor ...truck......
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TN...do not be afraid.....fords are welcomed........all makes ....all machines.......deep purple is 6 minutes....I need more stuff.......due by the end of the month please.....so get some pics of your rides for me.....
If any of you have viewed pictures any of SP in the back seat .......would LOVE to do a special feature on that !!! Yep.......OK......back to deep purple......hooked on this song!!!!
Rats--can't really help ya' LadyDi--this is the second time I've explained this because DT has been eating my posts without posting them--and the original of this one was one of those (Jeeze--that was a warped sentence)

You gotta' figure that someone who ha had and shown dogs as long as I hae would have available pictures--the answer is mostly NOT! And I have zero pictures of my trucks but no one is missing much since they were both perfectly ordinary Toyota Tacoma's. Truck number one was a 1983 and I drove it until the oil pump died horribly in rush hour traffic because I couldn't get over to the side of the road before we glued the engine into an anchor. That was in 2005--Truck number 1 had 300,000+ miles on it and had never needed anything except routine maintenance. Truck number 2 was another Toyata Tacoma--a 1999--runs like a top, just routine maintenance but neither of them would beat anyone off the line at a stoplight.

Although when I got the '83' my brake guy (a friend with a brake shop) had been bellyaching about the POS Ford Ranger he had as a shop truck and how he could never get out on to the fairly busy road in from of his shop because the Ranger had no guts. He drove my truck a couple of times and came back and sold the Ranger to one of his employees and went off to the Toyota dealership down the street and bought a Toyota Tacoma.

But you must be able to find about a zillion pictures of Toyota Tacoma's--they all have a generic look. White, they were both white with canopies for the dogs.

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Edit to say... Eddie is so effing drunk that the security guards have to hold him up and then help him back on the stage. He says: "Oh... That was nice"! LOL

Look at the end of the video. EV... A cigarette in one hand and a bottle of red wine in the other.
ROTFLMAO--STJ--you know that some of the best concerts ever were given by musicians who were falling down drunk including a few that fell off the stage.

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But since Beaumont67 is from Canada - how about:

Gordon Lightfoot Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFkyDB2InTs Probably not a top 10 but like to listen to it on occasion.
Yeah, for Beau--since he likes to complain that I always put down Canadians. Gordon Lightfoot for sure but I'd take the Canadian Railroad Trilogy over the Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.

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ROTFLMAO--STJ--you know that some of the best concerts ever were given by musicians who were falling down drunk including a few that fell off the stage.



Seattle music was a best kept secret long before Gunge(?--I thought was Grunge) made it infamous. A couple of my no good friends came pounding on my door in the small hours of the morning and dragged me out to tour the afterhour places (jazz and some other stuff I couldn't even identify)--between 1:00 am and 4:00 am I heard some remarkable music and years late found myself saying--"hey, that guy was playing in Seattle back in 1962". My no good friends noticed at 4:00 am that I was funny shade of green (lack of sleep does that to me) and took me home.

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what I want to know is IF Bug was dancing on the tables that night, lol
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And of course TN , this one is a must have driving song !

So... Another great song with the vocal help of one of my favorite singers. Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam)

Rest in Peace Tom Petty...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=padBMW652No


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If you've never heard of it, it's about a dog, and for the most part, told from the dog's perspective.

A short blurb from Wikipedia
I've seen the trailer for it.

Can't be nearly as good as the book. Was very disappointed with movie after living in the book. Same goes with Harry Potter.
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Here's my favorite driving (under speed limit) song....
(sounds great at high volume)


Radar Gun- Bottle Rockets

I forgot all about that song! Thanks!

I have uncles and cousins that are cops. Back in the day, I loved picking on them with that song!
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Oh please!!!!!!! Never is a back seat....your BS’in us Cuz!
I can honestly say I have never "done it" in the back seat of a car!

Geesh, Cuz! What kind of girl do you think I am?



The trail is cold on the back seat accusations.

Did you forget I like trucks?

Slacker Dirty Talker!



Plus, I've got an 8 room house, 10 if I count the laundry room and mud room, and five acres. Don't need no back seats!
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