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Old 07-25-2007, 04:57 PM   #21
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Oops!

I just looked at my post and saw the pic at the bottom I erroneously loaded.

This pic shows the same car show at the factory outlets in West Virginia off of I-79, but is the one I intended to post and forgot it.

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There were several nice cars there and the funny thing was everyone turned and was looking at us as we went by. I wanted to stop in and tell them we had heard about their show and drove all the way up from Arkansas for it, but Brad was antsy to get back on the road so we didn't stop.

Okay, that's all folks!

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Old 07-25-2007, 04:58 PM   #22
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HI Susan and Brad,

Welcome back home. Thanks for all the photos and the travelogue!

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Old 07-25-2007, 05:48 PM   #23
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Wow !
That was fun!
Really like the on the road photos.
And all the cool cars.

Used to see lots of those Spitfires like the red one.
Never road in one, but imagined you could drag your knuckles on the road if you reached down.

What a great toad your Spitfire makes.

Good job
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Old 07-25-2007, 05:59 PM   #24
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Great job Susan,

Thanks for posting all of the photos except the one of the crunched TR2. I have fond memories of a TR2 from high school, and it hurts to see one crunched. The 2 is still my favorite TR.
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Old 07-25-2007, 06:02 PM   #25
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Susan,

We were at Breckenridge in 2001. We were in the concours and got into the parking garage right as the down pour started.

The TR4A was my daily driver for 17 years. We figured we've put about 200,000 miles on her before retiring her from active life. Due to the Liner restoration, she's been delegated to the back of the garage and hasn't been on the road for over a year and a half. Every once in a while, I fire her up. Starts every time. I've found over the years that the insurance companies don't like her as a daily driver. It's funny because they don't have a problem with my '68 VW Bug that I drive to work.
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Thumbs up Great thread Susan!

Lovely photos and what a great narrative!! How fun to combine Airstreaming and cool cars!! I always wanted a TR-7....sigh!! They are all lovely!
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