Man, we have some youngsters on here , don't we. I think I remember when I was 22, not real sure though, all that is kinda a BLURRRRRRRR! Never got I.D.'d till I was over 21 though.Mine is in August.Happy B-day Joe!
1972 Malibu (1 st. car) Project waiting to happen
Team Chevelle # 427
A.C.E.S. # 1282
Well I'm glad you guys are still young enough to still admit to it. Mine came and went a few days ago. That's all I am revealing, but I remember very clearly running down to the RR tracks 3 blocks from the house, to watch the trains go by, when I heard the train whistle. And there wasn't a DIESEL locomotive on the front either! I remember riding to downtown OKC with my mother on the streetcars in the 40s, too. I remember how big of a deal it was when the 1949 Olds & Cads came out with the new overhead valve V-8s.
It must be a "Joe" thing, it's my birthday today as well. However, I'm 47 today, geez I wish I was 22 again and knew what I know now. I'd have a stable full of LS6's and just sell off what I needed for my early retirement.
BTW, "Happy Birthday" Joe Y!!
72 Chevelle SS
Team Chevelle #143
West Bloomfield, MI
[This message has been edited by Joe G (edited 12-29-1999).]
Thanks a lot guys. I think I was born WAAAY to late. Fish out of water is the way to describe me. Funny thing is, I love my 68, but I want something older, like a 41 Willys. Right now though I REALLY want a 66 chevelle SS with a 4 speed. They're starting to grow on me. Friends and family haven't come over so I haven't got any presents yet, I think I'll put money into a new set of coated headers and exaust for my car present.
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