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  1. First car was a 1968 Mustang Fastback Hot Rod, 282 cam, cyclone headers, Edelbrock Torker intake with 600 Holley, B&M C-4 trans, etc. My sports car from the 70's... 1969 Fiat 124 Spider, twin cam aluminum head, split headers, 5 speed trans, and 4 wheel disc brakes. My current and only ride since 1982... Bought new 82 Capri RS 5.0 with mod updates. Love this car... 40 years later!
  2. Reminds me part of this movie the character of Buster done by The Rock!
  3. Greatest tool would be my mind that I carry His Word in!
  4. This and the wild ride of the resent winning of Rich Strike! That horse wasn't suppose run and was next in line since one of the horses bowed out got the chance to run.
  5. It was leaking so aborted landing... full power before being flooded.
  6. Bring out the old timers from years gone by... Howard's, MAAM B-25's, O-2, and the latest flight taking the Albatross from dry dock back in the air.
  7. Looks a bit short (CZST) so water it is... hope it still floats! Now where' that Flex Tape®?!
  8. Thanks guys! Once in a while like to bring out the old birds many may not fly any more like the MAAM B-25.
  9. Way back machine! Buzzing friend at Water Sutton's (WA79).
  10. Well I don't see here, but I would want a Goose (Grumman) to play in the water!
  11. For me it's Guy Penrod and David Phelps. When those two sing together it's incredible! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gGa1w_bnvM
  12. My choice would be the Howard 500... ah... the C-47... oh ah F3F-2 along with Stearman crop-duster... wait... C-182 for getting around. I think that covers it!
  13. When I left my body and traveled anywhere I wanted. Beyond anything I've ever experienced on earth, but will never forget that experience!
  14. I remember going to the chow hall for some ham & bacon omelets with cheese and grits with butter and sugar sprinkle on top, plus hash-browns... yum. Reading this made me remember those days. excerpt from ROORD latest book... “We’ll treat the SSI crew,” said the USAF pilot. “Pretty good breakfasts here.” “Even if it’s bad stuff, we eat if you treat,” said Clausen. “Good mess hall here. Real eggs and butter, hotcakes, good fried spuds, and sausage and ham,” said the pilot. “And they make a decent batch of coffee.” What Cooper did for is aircrew mate was heroic! Bravo writing Rodger!!!
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