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Discussion in 'The Welcome Wagon' started by 66TC, Sep 1, 2011.
Just have to love this story!!
I'm being lazy today. Copying and forwarding words of wisdom and wit from other members.............. What a great story and bunch of terrific forum members.
How cool is that. I'm so psyched you two were able to meet up and have an international win-win moment. Excellent job, '66 and gorgeous Town and Country, Martyx.
Man, that wagon looks great, bet it gets a lot of second looks rolling around in Holland.
I had a little problem with the window motor.
But the window is in the car!
Here are some pictures of the car and the glass:
BTW: The wooden shoes are called klompen!
...and all is well with the world as two car guys from station wagon forums join hands across the pond....
I love seeing a plan come together like this. Great story and beautiful Chrysler!
66 you sure look young---or is that your son helping you? This story makes me feel warm all over------------------Ooops, I peed my pants!
Love this story and how it came together. Cool seeing you show the younger generation how things are done. I sent a message to Barry McGuire last week when the window was reported delivered. If he sees this post with pictures of your son in it, I'm sure it'll be featured on his "Car Crazy" show.
We don't have to be crazy to be car crazy---But it helps!
It is a pretty cool story, and y'all wouldn't believe how much Martyx's
son knows about American cars. He corrected me a couple of times,
and usually the shoe is on the other foot! Speaking of shoes,
here are the Klompen I received as a token for the effort
extended with the window...
Larger, they're a wee bit too big, but some heavy socks will take care of that.
You did good 66----------- And you'll look cool wandering around the hills of So. Carolina in those shoes.
I made the pictures,
So you don't see me.
On the left is my son.
The window is totally done.
The window goes up and down, like it's new!
Thank you all,
I'll bet the kids and animals are happy!
Chances are big that this is also your wagon, back in 2006:
The other week I came across another green 66 wagon, parked at the side of the road in Brunssum.