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Old 26th of April 2009 (Sun)   #1
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Default 1935 Auburn

I would kind of like to have this.
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One of my all time favorite cars. The boattail are just beautiful... got a shot of that end?
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Give me a minute, I think so.
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Nice shot. Where did you find it?


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Not very good.
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Nice shot. Where did you find it?


Thanks. In El Paso Texas with a lot of cool old planes and jets. You a mopar man too?
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I would like to have this to fly back to Kansas every day.
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Very nice. As weird as it sounds I used to frequent a wrecking yard in the 60's where one was sitting in a very poor state of condition, plus it was a bit swampy, so I would walk over it rather than through the mud. Many years later when I knew what I had missed due to stupidity I went back to see if it was still there, but unfortunately it had been crushed.
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To bad you can't roll back time,lol. I let a number of hi po mopars go when I was a kid. Those same cars are beyond my means now.
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I would like to have this to fly back to Kansas every day.
someone at that air museum has a sense of humor..
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Where was I when all these cars were being donated?
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someone at that air museum has a sense of humor..
Yeah, did ya see the stealth fighter?
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No, and neither did you!! lol
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