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quick85

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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Homer Glen, Illinois
    Occupation:
    Retired Ford Partsman
    1967 Nova and a 1985 Mustang GT
    No club
    My old man and uncle got me into cars. They taught me what was what by sitting on the front stoop and picking up on grilles, wheel covers and tail lights. I was fortunate to be a teen in the '60s and got into bitchin' cars as soon as I got licensed. A '66 Nova, '57 Bel Air, '67 Camaro SS, '68 Nova SS,
    '63 Corvette ragtop, '73 El Camino SS, '69 Z-28, '69 Corvette ragtop, '66 Nova, '67 Nova. Never had a street rod. At 17, in 1967, I blew off the chance for a barn find Fiat Topolino, a solid car that was stock, for $75.00. I've never forgiven myself for that one, or for the running '53 Chevy 2 door sedan my brother-in-law offered me for free. They say you live and learn. I live but never learn. - I'm hip to this being a rod & custom site and even though I own neither I dig 'em both, but I don't apologize my current rides. I'd rather own my trick & quick '85 Mustang than a rusty and slow '64 GTO ragtop. But I
    have to say that I sure miss the days of riding shotgun in Bobby's '52 Chevy, Eddie's '54 Chevy, Bob's gray primered '55
    Bel Air and Billy's '55 Ford with a T-bird 312.
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