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Old 06-04-2024, 09:36 PM
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Default New Ď64 Impala

1964 Impala in Goldwood Yellow at the south end of the Golden Gate Bridge.
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Old 06-05-2024, 01:10 AM
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Mt. St. Helens....Time to go!
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Old 06-13-2024, 02:26 PM
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Cool car , bad idea .
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During the 70's, I saw a few of my friends/acquaintances trapped under their cars from a bumper jack leaning sideways and falling over. Fortunately, none of them sustained serious injuries, but a few had bad bruises and pain for a while.
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It's hard for me to believe now that a bumper jack was even a consideration back then.

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It's hard for me to believe now that a bumper jack was even a consideration back then.

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How else were we going to twist those spring spreaders in there...
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If your house was built between the 1920ís-70ís you may have a razor slot in your medicine cabinet.If you have a razor slot that also means that the wall behind it may be full of 100ís,maybe even 1000ís of someoneís old rusty razors.
Back before we had disposable razors,you would buy a pack of just razor blades,and to lessen injury for sanitation workers,they would go in your wallwhen through,never to be seen again until someone decided to remodel.
There is no box to catch them.They are literally just in the wall.Out of sight..out of mind
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What is the latest news on Mr. Stewart?
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