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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Ryan, Feb 15, 2016.

  1. Rand Man
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  2. Rand Man
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    Hey friends, the coupe is now for sale. I’ve only driven it less than 4000 miles. Someone else should enjoy it. Drove it today, and it was a blast.
     
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  3. trikejunkie
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    Someone will be a happy fella buying that A ! thanks folks I managed to get a NOS one flebay-very reasonable price too.
     
  4. Rand Man
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    Change of plan. I won’t be selling the coupe any time soon. My son will be driving it. I don’t need the money. I need a happy family.
     
  5. jim snow
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    Good stuff. Snowman
     
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    3F4EF3CD-A857-4865-9274-532DFD0EE00F.jpeg Way to go, Randy. Time to work on the custom! A coupes are......... never mind, you Already Know!
     
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  8. Rand Man
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    I made it to the doctor today, after falling and tearing up my knee last week. I have been snowed in. I put down rugs, so I could crutch on the snow. The ruptured patella tendon has to be fixed right away, or my leg can’t work again. Surgery next Monday morning. It’s already been about a week and a half, so it won’t be easy to fix.
     
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    Good luck and a speedy recovery! You will have lots of time to thoroughly explore the HAMB!
     
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  10. good luck and take the recovery slow so it heals correctly.
     
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    Physical Therapy is the key to recovery. DON’T skip it or put it off. Frank
     
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    Randy, Get Well Soon!
     
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  13. jimvette59
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    Wow I tore my right knee AC ligament and had a left knee total replacement. Now at 76 I am doing great only working inside. It's a bit of recovery so do the exercises and physical therapy. Stay Safe.
     
  14. Rand Man
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    I’m home resting after hospital today. Doctor said it was major surgery. The main tendon is fixed, but it’s got to heal right, or it will tear again and be ruined.

    Regrettably, I must admit, my dreams of a professional ice dancing career must come to an end.
     
  15. catdad49
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    Ice Dancing! Do men wear those little tutus for that?! Glad to see that you are in good spirits, Carp.
     
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    Ice Dancing!!! REALLY`
     
  17. Rand Man
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    No, I’m not serious.
     
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    For your Mental Therapy. The video is about 3 &1/2 minutes long but I don't know how to load it so enjoy these. Frank C9453154-D690-473E-9E10-ED3ADAE8548F.jpeg F02F85E8-7F17-4615-8E69-856AEBD969D9.jpeg 14586140-AE93-4263-B7DC-E72B580F9503.jpeg CFDEA56C-0704-4F0B-9467-4840C5ADD6AC.jpeg 18BA6DF4-1846-4F73-A1FC-F9005AB1F32E.jpeg 9087CF81-FB99-4DC4-888F-236EDAD4376E.png 8B9E3D70-6045-4FD9-9D06-BD741381ED10.jpeg
     
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    I had this surgery. Not going to sugar coat it, it's a bitch. Find a good PT and you'll be back up by spring.
     
  21. 1-SHOT
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    I have a good friend that had tendon surgery at the VA and they delayed his therapy and lost most of the use of his hand. All they could recommend is another surgery with. 50/50 CHANCE OF GETTING THE USE BACK . I have had tendon surgery also and started PT the same week and had total recovery.
     
  22. Rand Man
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    I got up on crutches for a bit yesterday and it hurt Like Hell for hours. I haven’t moved out of bed since last night and it it’s not too bad right now. What a hassle.
     
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