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    This second Pic I went to grab a few groceries the other day, parked way out. Came back out and found this next to me. The fella came out and we talked cars so long I think the milk spoiled! Lol.
     

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  8. This is my 1952 Mercury Custom.
    The car was owned by Tandberg radio factory from 1954 to 1978.
    Here is a link from a hillclimb event:

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  9. Who knew you could do some "drifting" in a '52 Merc?!!!:eek::)
     
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    50 Ford truck that my dad bought new. I learned to drive in it as a kid and then took my driver's test in it in 1966. Still driving it. steves 50 pickup edited.JPG
     
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    My brother had the identical '50 Ford truck in the late '60s... he painted it "rooster red",and had some Edelbrock heads and dual carbs on it.
     
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    This is our 1950 Chevy 3100. Dad bought it when I was 12, I painted it when I was 15, and drove it through High School until I bought a 1966 F-100. It’s all original with just a little over 100,000 on the clock. I also learned to drive in it. If you look closely, Dad’s 1959 International Cub LoBoy is sitting behind the Chevy.


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  13. I have to admit that the"drifting" was on a slippery track used for drivers education.

    In Norway you have to spend half a day on a slippery track to get your drivers licence.

    Rune Waltoft from Norway

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  14. .......Considering how a lot of people drive over here, that would be a good idea for Americans as well.:rolleyes:
     
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  15. Just arrived: 1957 Pontiac Star Chief 4dr ht. In state car, been sitting in a barn for a few decades.
     

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    my custom ford sold it 8 years file1.jpeg file2.jpeg file3.jpeg file4.jpeg file5.jpeg file8.jpeg file9.jpeg ago
     
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