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Discussion in 'Station Wagons in the Movies and other Media' started by Grizz, Oct 1, 2018.
I'm not sure that the person in it is going to like it also
Nah, I’m sure he’ll be honored
Good news! I can now put pictures on here again! Also, I told you he would like your picture here’s a screen shot from a text message
He isn't liking my picture. Rather, he's liking his. All I'm doing is holding up the mirror. If you're not always paying attention, you could get the impression that chadmack's posting here and not me. That's okay. From then on, I've been trying to post the way he would anyway. He's just hijacked this thread, strangely enough, and doesen't know it yet
Well, time has again come to change avatars. It was fun, though. Coincidently, as I was looking up Confederate Army attire, I found this naval engineer's hat vintage photograph of which I had reduced to exactly 20% of its original size. Not 19%, not 21%. But, exactly 20. It fit perfectly. Which got me to wonder as to the victim's ancestry. That Naval engineer much have been one of them, since the top of that vintage head lines up perfectly with the victim's. This must explain the victim's magnetic attraction to the high seas
What a lovely use of this Cadillac. Do you think when it started off life in Manhattan, or Beverly Hills it thought it would come to this?
Who knows. Maybe was the original owner was as twisted as that frame's goint to be, being that it's attached to a 4-door hardtop
A Cadillac's 60° OHC V-12 which was denied production