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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.

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  2. Damn you were a lucky kid.
     
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  3. Simple and black, can't beat it.
     
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  4. Yes, I was a lucky kid. My Dad used to bring home all sorts of oddball Chrysler products. My neighbor was a Chrysler engineer and was one of the testers for the Chrysler Turbine. I never did get a ride in it, but I used to get up every morning just to hear it start up when the guy went to work. Sounded like a somewhat muffled Learjet. One of my other neighbors was a hot rodder. The kid across the street ALWAYS had high performance cars. Just a few blocks away was Woodward Avenue. The Ramchargers were a few blocks from my house. Yes....I was a lucky kid.
     
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    Folks still race on Woodward every day......
     
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    Track appears to be banked,. Aren't horse tracks flat?
     
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    Our family trekked from oregon to Kansas in 1964 in an almost identical Pontiac> It was blast, a pretty good car until the right side A arm broke off in 1967! GM replaced it. I'd love to have one. Years ago I had to visit an elderly couple down in Orange County. They had an 100 % identical Catalina down to the Fingerhut waffle plastic seat covers! I mean IDENTICAL.
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