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Something Amusing - Me at 18!

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  1. wooley12

    wooley12 Active Member

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    Had a couple of Impalas myself when I was a road warrior and needed the huge trunk. Loved the ride on the highways and county two lanes.
     
  2. Poppy

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    havent seen this video since last time posted.
    cant hear, could we get the lyrics.
    wish i was in a band...looks like a sausage party on dance floor.
    where are all the death metal chicks
     
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    honda cb750 4 barrel . it was a lot of fun. olds omega 350 hatchback.
    wish id taken pictures.
     
  4. OpanaPointer

    OpanaPointer I Point at Opana Staff Member Patron   WW2|ORG Editor

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    Sailor waves.
     
  5. Class of '42

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    Mom later on had a '75 Chevy Monza with a four speed..boy it was quick even through that smog crap...Buick Apollos, Pontiac Firebirds, and Ford Torinos..blast from the past with ugly bumpers and unleaded gas.
     
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    Slipdigit Good Ol' Boy Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    Naw, we are the same age-finished high school together at the same school.

    She was and is an astounding beautiful woman with whom I am still in regular contact with. She and my wife are good friends, thought they didn't know each other at the time, as I had not yet met my bride.
     
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    OpanaPointer I Point at Opana Staff Member Patron   WW2|ORG Editor

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    My mom wanted a small car, so we got her a 1966 Malibu. The engine was wonky so we pulled it and put a 348 CID in it. She drove it twice and couldn't keep the front wheels on the ground. Traded it for 1966 Impala station wagon. That tank was famous around town.
     
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    My mom didn't get her license to drive until in her 50's. She drove very little as she would only make right hand turns and that limited the destinations available.
     
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    There was nothing amusing about me when I was 18--except, of course, my hair and clothes. The hair's nearly all gone now. As for the clothes, they went into storage and stayed there for many years. When I finally went back there to pick them up with a buddy of mine in the late 90s, we just about died laughing when we pulled the stuff out of the boxes. Plaids, cords, flares...Oh my God, how did we live with ourselves dressing like that?
     
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    I pulled out my Air Force Class A uniform awhile back and attempted to put it on to impress the wife..let's just say it didn't go well..a 31R waist???..had to be somebody else or I need to go on a diet.
     
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    I tried to get into my dress blues a while back. A flashing light came on "One at a time, please."
     

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