Remember these? As a kid I remember traveling in our Kingswood Estate Wagon during summer vacations and the fun of putting them in the rear window after we visited. I guess nobody does these any more, but I think they’re cool.
Would be a nice addition to any vintage wagon!
"So , let me get this straight; your Honda has 1.6 liters, whereas my bottle of diet Coke has 2?"
Is that one of the "stick on" styles or the older decals that had to be soaked in water first (that's which one it looks like)? Not only do I remember them, I have several of the decal style that are "stashed away".
__________________ John Wilson
My factory GT '66 Fastback (photo circa 1984, and I still have it!)
I was born and raised in New York City..whatta I know from Wyoming..
59 T-Bird (elegant old lady)
67 Olds 88 coupe (425 big block)
68 Fastback (work in progress)
70 Mustang convert (wonderful sunny day driver)
72 Mach One (Greenwich Concours 1st place winner)
95 Vette convert LT1 (faster then my ability to drive it)
Brings back memories for me at 11 ( A long time ago) My parents drove us accross country in a brand new 65 mustang I was in the back seat along with 2 full size real Milk can's my mother just had to have so the first two we found heading east she bought them and for 8 weeks they were my constant companion.
Anyway I did not collect those stickers but I did buy patches of each state (Same sort of thing and my mom sewed them on a Levi jacket for me as we went. Good times
No Fear, No Doubt / All In, Balls Out
Despite all my rage, I'm still just a rat in a cage...
Yeah, I remember those. I used to collect the small patches that you would buy at the gift shops everywhere. They were shaped in different sizes and about 1.5 x 1.5 inches. I still have them somewhere, probably close to 150 of them..
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