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    To my mind, them era Camaros are one of the nicest/best designs ever. Right up there with the Lowey penned '53 Studebaker Coupe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jg rider View Post
    It looks like the earth rotated. WOW ! That's nice

    Wait ! Isn't that Bumblebee from the Transformers movies ?
    Actually, I kinda like the old Ford pickup in the background. My neighbor bought it just to tinker around with, since his '65 Mustang is completely restored now & needs nothing else. The Ford was owned by an old geezer who really took good care of it.
    "My God, Woodrow. It has been quite a party, ain't it?"

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    Cool Shelby GT-H

    Quote Originally Posted by ltxi View Post
    To my mind, them era Camaros are one of the nicest/best designs ever. Right up there with the Lowey penned '53 Studebaker Coupe.
    Owned a burnt orange 1967 Super Sport 4sp in high school.
    Drivers License suspended 7 months later.
    Sold it and bought a Ford F100

    Rented a Shelby GT-H convertible to have fun with my son a few years ago.
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    So Barth, did you ever find your socks after driving that rocket?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Armybrat View Post
    So Barth, did you ever find your socks after driving that rocket?
    Had to put my hands behind my back.
    Somehow escaped arrest.
    Thats a funny story you will not hear...

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    BACK ON TOPIC ya' Scalawags !

    Though I had a but better picture, but this is my favorite revolver.
    Security Six .357


    S/N is 157-xxxx
    So it dates between 156-xxx is 1981 and 158-xxx is 1982



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    Quote Originally Posted by Slugnutty View Post
    BACK ON TOPIC ya' Scalawags !

    Though I had a but better picture, but this is my favorite revolver.
    Security Six .357


    S/N is 157-xxxx
    So it dates between 156-xxx is 1981 and 158-xxx is 1982


    Nice! I'm a fan of the double action Six series.
    I wish I still had the stag that was on this one, but that's another story:

    I also have a 6" and both wear target style grips now.
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    Gave my blue 1975 Service Six to a son 25 years ago, so this .357 NV has moved into second place as a favorite wheel gun currently owned:

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    But my favorite wheel gun is this Single Six .22lr on the painted widow sill. It is the first gun I ever bought myself - 1959. Wore all the finish off the aluminum grip frame after almost 7 decades shootin' it..

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    That's the first gun I ever bought too although a few years later. Still have it too. Have the magnum cylinder. Fun gun.
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