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post #16 of 34 (permalink) Old 08-26-2004, 01:26 PM
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If I see a gas can in your hand, I'm running the other way.

Welcome to the area. Moving sucks!
What? Didn't someone say we needed lighter fluid and charcoal

This move isn't so bad. It's just to temp. housing in a furnished apartment. So other than my tools, we are almost packed up already. Look forward to meeting some more of you, told SWMBO and she didn't say no. :: That's a good sign. ::

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post #17 of 34 (permalink) Old 08-26-2004, 03:39 PM
 
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Zim,

Darrell is passing off the club banner to me tomorrow night. I will bring it to Bemis Woods this coming Sunday around 3 PM. I can't stay long since I have a family function at 5PM. Just enough time to cruise from Orland Park up to the Forest Preserve. See you then.

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I should be in as well.
I would be leaving from Busse Woods.
Anyone else leaving from Busse??
If so, which entrance/grove are we meeting at


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Hello all -

I am very happy to say that i am going to be able to make this meet / picnic. I will be leaving from Busse Woods as well.

Anyone have an issue if I invite my little brother and he brings along his 2002 Blue GT Not sure if anyone would be pissed if a new stang was there or not. Its a sharp car none the less.

I will bring 4 of those Super Bags of tortilla chips , Doritos , Pretzels , Ruffles , and also a few jars of salsa for the tortilla chips.

I will be more than happy to bring something different if someone else has bought chips already. Just let me know.

I am looking very forward to both the drive to the picnic and the picnic itself!!

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I should be hopefully in also and leaving from Busse woods. I think we should meet at the first grove nearest 53 as that should be the easiest to find everyone and to start the cruise. I am keeping my fingers crossed I will have the Mach 1 back by then but will no where be finished with the interrior.

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OK, so after some very successful LASIK eye surgery yesterday, I am feeling great and plan to now make it over to the picnic tomorrow, and the weather is looking good too. Does anyone have needs for a set of 4 14" tires (free - some wear 205 70 14"s), a complete set of 14" Mustang '68 wheels with mounted and balanced tires ($50 what they cost me) or a pair of 15" by 5" steel wheels ($50), again what they cost me? I have this strff in the garage and no longer need it. I will also see what other free goodies I have laying around to give out from old projects. Send an email if you have in interest in the tires or wheels because they all will not fit in the Shelby.....see you there.....Gary
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OK, so after some very successful LASIK eye surgery yesterday, I am feeling great and plan to now make it over to the picnic tomorrow, and the weather is looking good too. Does anyone have needs for a set of 4 14" tires (free - some wear 205 70 14"s), a complete set of 14" Mustang '68 wheels with mounted and balanced tires ($50 what they cost me) or a pair of 15" by 5" steel wheels ($50), again what they cost me? I have this strff in the garage and no longer need it. I will also see what other free goodies I have laying around to give out from old projects. Send an email if you have in interest in the tires or wheels because they all will not fit in the Shelby.....see you there.....Gary
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I'm planning on making the cruise from Moraine Valley. What time is anyone leaving from there? I can't stay long, but I am willing to bring whatever you might need.

Let me know.

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The charcoal and lighter fluid are not to be found. The kids used it.

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I may be interested in the wheels i need a spare for my 67. I am not that far from you if we need to pick them up. Dave
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I plan to be there with the wife, kids, and both cars. Dave
leaving from blackwell.
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post #28 of 34 (permalink) Old 08-29-2004, 01:11 AM
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Which entrance nearest 53?
The one off of Higgins (rte 72) or Golf Rd (rte 58)??
Matt I vote bring your brother.
All Mustang fans should be welcome. ::


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Built Aug 26th, 1964 San Jose - SOLD 8/18/09
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2398447
1969 Mach1 428 "R" code 4-speed & 3.25
Built Nov of 1968 San Jose
Both are original "Black Plate" Cars
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Sorry, I can't make the pic-nik, I'm working midnights this week.
I need somebody to tell Chuck Gonwa (the guy with the Gabreil Striders shocks) AKA 65gtFastback, that I'll take them. This is incase he does not check his email Sunday Morning before he leaves.
I gotta have them for my Shelby.
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post #30 of 34 (permalink) Old 08-29-2004, 11:21 AM
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I found this site with a basic map of the area:

www.restoringnature.org/Map/map.html
Just in case.


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Built Aug 26th, 1964 San Jose - SOLD 8/18/09
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2398447
1969 Mach1 428 "R" code 4-speed & 3.25
Built Nov of 1968 San Jose
Both are original "Black Plate" Cars
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/647359
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