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Hey I resemble that!
Same here. Oh sorry mines not on my head. Well it's near the other one if that counts.
well I know I am one of few of the under 18 crowd here on FABO. I think it's hard to find plymouth, chrysler, dodge, etc for teenage level money. mine was 1,700$ and that was pushing my budget.
You mean your privates? You don't trim that for the Wife?
Or at least for the optical illusion of an extra inch
Sounds like a personal problem
A 70 duster is a car to have. That's not that much for the privilege of such a fine automobile. Years from now that much money won't mean anything but years of duster fun will
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Another vote for the 20s over here. Always appreciate the wisdom and help the old folks provide.
I had a 64 Fury ...
Okay so this March I'll celebrate the 22nd anniversary of my 40th birthday.
I'm in my 40s, I've been a Mopar fan since I was old enough to know what cool is, that happened in grade school, looking at the ass end of a jacked up 70-71 cuda, I remember the fat tires, the window louver, the spoiler & the badge 'CUDA by Plymouth. Ever since then I have gotten older & Mopar prices have gotten out of reach. I've had 2 chargers, a 64 belvedere, 3 darts, a duster. I only wish I could go back in time with a million dollars of today's money & buy my dream mopars, a drag strip & never let al gore have a platform
My thirties were some distance back. My mind says I'm 35, but my body diagrees. I'm 76.
I think the last year of Gross HP was a good year... LOL
I get called wise all the time, but they always this little three letter word that start with "a". I'm also smart and dumb...
46, joined FABO at 34. Until this thread I never really thought about it hard but time has definitely flown by. When I joined my 66 Barracuda was my daily driver. I got the car when my daughter was 2 and drove her to school in it every day until she was about 8. This site and its knowledgeable curmudgeons helped me keep it on the road as much as possible. Now its a weekend cruiser and occasional errand runner. Thanks FABO!
I'll be 75 in about a week, joined in 2014. Still learning and building stuff. Love driving, drag racing, mountain biking and Telecasters. Living out my teenage fantasies!!
I’m 57, but you wouldn’t know it by the way I act!
Born this year..... ....Not my car
are there any pictures where Nella isnt smiling? that made my day right there
Old, fat and gray haired... I can see 60 from where I'm standing...
Nope, she’s usually smiling all the time. And you know, because I’m her dad and all, I take my job of constantly bugging her vewwy seriously!