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Old 08-10-2014, 12:59 PM   #29
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GeocamperAS:

Brew Master, a toast to you for life that is robust and hale, I am sure in part its due to your drinking Airstream Ale!

This fits in nicely with SteveSueMac's ideas for "relaxification" in and with his Airstream.
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Old 08-10-2014, 05:02 PM   #31
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FaN: As Rod Stewart said in the song, "everybody needs passion". I can understand your passion about comfort, especially while "streamin", but I am not sure most people could get passionate about those pants

As far as food, I expected to see something different from you in that department. I was surprised about the Colonel to say the least, especially considering your potential gourmet business launch in the offing. But you do keep us all guessing don't you.

I Love Lucy, no need to "explain Lucy" (I cannot convey the way Ricky would have said it, but use your imagination, those who know understand what, or how, I am trying to say it) .

Look at your AS as your new piggy bank. You put a lot of money into it, but the only thing is, you can't turn it upside down and shake any money out of it.

Thanks for your entry (or in the case of your passion for the Colonel, your entrée).
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Old 08-15-2014, 06:46 PM   #32
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All is quiet on the Western Front, as well as every other point on the compass. You guys are going to make my selection of a winner much easier to make as the number of contestants is a short list indeed. I actually thought this would be an easy theme because most of us have a number of interests besides our AS (did I just say that, did I just speak heresy? ).

At any rate, if you are out there with a picture to submit, you don't have to wait until the end of the month
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Old 08-15-2014, 07:21 PM   #33
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My 1954 Chevy Pickup street rod setting next to the AS. Both setting in their new home, side by side.
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Old 08-15-2014, 07:25 PM   #34
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My 1954 Chevy Pickup street rod setting next to the AS. Both setting in their new home, side by side.
PLEASE tell me you tow with that gorgeous truck!!! :-)
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PLEASE tell me you tow with that gorgeous truck!!! :-)
She just for hauling a$$. I've owned this truck for about 30 years. Bought it bone stock, cleaned it up, fixed it up and drove it for a few years before I started the task of up dating it. Drove it around the F1 track in Indianapolis a few years back. It's a driver. If you see it on a trailer, please call the cops because someones stealing it. Glad you like it.
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Been working on this for awhile, but have been making progress since I retired. It's a 1940 Ford Tudor sedan, new tube chassis, Ford 9 inch posi, disk brakes all around, 1996 Mustang 4.6l SOC thats been enhanced internally and Mustang independent suspension. Lots of options.
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Old 08-16-2014, 05:44 AM   #37
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Gosh, if we are into vehicles, here is my 996 Cab a couple years ago…

Porsche 996 by Fantinesvoice.com, on Flickr

See it Bigger? https://www.flickr.com/photos/fantin...98705/sizes/o/
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Car guys (and gals) have come through with some postings! All of them are great photos. Tsunami, what size is your shop? I love both your street rods. In addition to the '38 Chevy you see as my Avatar, I am building a '37 Chevy pickup. Msmoto, that is a beautiful shot of your Porsche. SteveSueMac, with your passion for these street rods, seems as though you need to start a project
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SteveSueMac, with your passion for these street rods, seems as though you need to start a project
Ha! I love looking at them but wouldn't have the first clue how to do one as a project other than buying one from someone who did! :-)

I'd love to convert the body of my 2013 Chevy 2500 Duramax to a 40s era looking Woody wagon. Now THAT's a project!! :-)
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Car guys (and gals) have come through with some postings! All of them are great photos. Tsunami, what size is your shop? I love both your street rods. In addition to the '38 Chevy you see as my Avatar, I am building a '37 Chevy pickup. Msmoto, that is a beautiful shot of your Porsche. SteveSueMac, with your passion for these street rods, seems as though you need to start a project
Barn is a 36X60 with 15 foot ceilings. It's fully insulated. It has 10 foot wide storage the full length of the 60 foot in the attic. Great place to store car parts till I need to install them.
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Ha! I love looking at them but wouldn't have the first clue how to do one as a project other than buying one from someone who did! :-)

I'd love to convert the body of my 2013 Chevy 2500 Duramax to a 40s era looking Woody wagon. Now THAT's a project!! :-)
There's a company in Florida called Hercules that makes a replica of the Woody bodies. Now not sure it would fit the Chevy chassis, but it would be interesting to see.
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Recently acquired my first AS. Only one trip so far to bring her home from Washington. I did manage a shot of our on-board protection system. I couldn't figure out how to attach more than one photo!

Gretchen, Carl & Quincy
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