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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by Scooter127, Aug 9, 2019.
For me it would be '70-'72 becasue of the Cuda!
I still say what Ric? when I see Susanna Hoffs
'73 is when the Oil Embargo hit. Things went downhill after that. Of course, now, it seems not to be an issue.
I hqve to admit the 1970 Chevelle SS is my favorite year of that car
And if you got the 'Cuda as a Hemi in Plum Crazy, well....
My dad had a pewter 72 Cougar convertible with a 351C. You could land fighter jets on the hood, lol. It would do 35mph at IDLE.
For some reason I remember the cool turn signals where the lights would blink in a sequence:
Is Hoffs was a ship it would be named the USS Crazy Eyes
She has a similar effect on other organs
For me, the greatest muscle cars were '50s Studebaker Hawk and early '60s Avantis. Supercharged, years ahead of their time, and, yes, quirky. Of course, I'm from South Bend, and my family worked there. It's the law that I have to like Studes.
Even earlier, 1930s Auburns, Cords, and Duesenbergs, were the epitome of fast and cool. Before that, the Stutz Bearcat and Mercer Raceabout led the way.
The first race was held when the second car was built.
There was a white Avanti not too far from here..... Wow!
He just spent his chiropractic money on a new Martin
The design goes back to 1962 and didn't change too much over the years. Look at all of the speed records it set at Bonneville---even breaking some of it's own records 50 years later.
You're Old when Santana is on the AARP Mag
I didn't know that he was a big PRS fan or endorser or whatever.
I knew I had crossed the line when the barber asked if I wanted him to trim my eyebrows and ears.
I saw him last weekend. Since he started playing a PRS his stuff sounds the same. When playing the older songs, he sounded vibrant and alive and interesting. The newer stuff, not so much.
Literally happened to me yesterday