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    I just have to share that I get the privilege to work on a Customers 1 of 90 ,1954 Nash-Healey Le Mans Coupe! Pictures hardly show justice to how beautiful the paint and details are on this one!
    Rambler straight 6 with twin Carter YH carburetors........same Carbs as what were on early Corvettes and Turbo Corvairs later in the 60's!
     

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    I'm not sure what's going on there but it sure looks disturbing on many levels.
     
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    And you thought YOU were having a shitty day!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    It's not so much people don't know how to park anymore, it's more that the parking places are too close together
    side to side and front to back.
    You couldn't park those cars in a lot today and hope to get the doors open. Or even back out.

    I often take 2 spots in my full size pickup with a utility box...Don't like it? I don't care.
     
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  8. I am guessing that it is a human. The hind legs seem to be too long, and the body seems awfully thin for a black bear, or at least any I have seen in the wild.
    Bears are really smart animals, and if reared from a cub, they can be very compliant.
    Bob
     
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    My memory is rattled. Every picture I see of Lions is the exact opposite of what I remember from the few times I was there in the early 60's
    I recall the bleachers were on the opposite side of the photograph and the return track was behind the timing tower
     
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