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Thread: Remember when?

  1. #2751
    Quote Originally Posted by jerry oz View Post
    this is the first car i remember as a very young boy. It's also the one that taught me that valuable lesson. I'm going to buy one some day.
    jerry,that's the one-65 chevey...classic!!!

  2. #2752
    Remember those old hearing aids our,relatives wore back in the day? I used to wonder what station they were listening to.

  3. #2753
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Remember those old hearing aids our,relatives wore back in the day? I used to wonder what station they were listening to.
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    I'm so old I remember ear horns!

  4. #2754
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    LOL. It doesn't look like it was.
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    I think that's a US model (Land Cruiser). We had a Canadian model of The Land Cruiser (pictured below). It had a small vent window in the back seat, and didn't have the front window separation plate. The grille was different, as well.
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  5. #2755
    This was my first car, a 1967 Cadillac Calais! It was built like a Sherman Tank, so big that I had to drive upon the neighbors yeard across the street just to turn it around! LOL! It used $30 to fill it up in 1984:

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    Quote Originally Posted by robb_k View Post
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    i'm so old i remember ear horns!
    earhorns..haaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    this was my first car, a 1967 cadillac calais! It was built like a sherman tank, so big that i had to drive upon the neighbors yeard across the street just to turn it around! Lol! It used $30 to fill it up in 1984:

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    a real beauty!

  8. #2758
    Remember when we actually had to carry real books from class to class,and some one would wear one those little pocket things with every kind of pencil and pen invented?

  9. #2759
    I didn't know any kids with pocket protectors. Our "nerds" were in the audio-visual club and were really nice kids. I remember being in the office once and hearing one of our brainy girls talking smack to one of her buddies about another. Cracked me up to realize that this clique was just as small-minded and petty as every other one in school. Until then, I thought that they were all perfect angels.

  10. #2760
    Hey! I ran the Bell & Howell projector for our homeroom in the 6th grade! LOL!

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