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  1. And a few from Victoria,BC. The Empess Hotel is the current home of Deuce Days.
     

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    My mistake. I was thinking mk6 and I put T70. This is why I shouldn't post late at night! Here's a couple pics of the Mk6.
     

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    A few random old pics.
     

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    Did it have anything to do with Christmas? Pilot's name Goofy? Gary
     
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    That Midway Diner really hits home for me.

    I remember another Midway Diner that looked just like the picture with the sliding doors that was located in Stamford, Ct. back in the late 50's and early 60's and me and the other guys would ride our bikes over there and for .15 cents you could buy a sloppy joe on a grinder roll.

    As a kid that was as good as it got in those days.

    Jimbo
     
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    Well, SOMEBODY had to show them where to go! :D
     
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    Correct!!
     
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  21. Wooden you like to have a new 63 Chevy?

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  22. Desert Dan
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    Any ideas on where this town is?

     
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    #84592 I believe is in the Cheyenne Wy Depot in the fifties!
     
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    Looks like the old Union Pacific depot at the south end of Capitol Avenue in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Now the Cheyenne Depot Museum.
     
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    Cody, Wyoming
     

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    elke sommer?
     
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    Claudine Auger on the first one..........right cicik the image, do a google search, this was all explained a few pages back.
     
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    Thanks I posted an old post card of Cody, Wyo
     
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    Taking a ride through some old English village...
     
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    RE:"Lady be Good".Was found in the Libyan desert by an oil survey crew.IIRC at least two of the crews remains were also located.As a bit of trivia on the find,some undamaged Thermos(R) bottles were found to have coffee in them.The coffee was heated and found to be as good as the day it was made.The guns that were not damaged were found to be operational.
    Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
    Leo
     
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