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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 09-05-2019, 12:27 PM
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Congrats! This is a great selection. I love seeing all the info in the same spot.
Appreciate that.
I always put together binders on the vehicles..... particularly helpful when you're trying to remember exactly where
you got some part or gizmo.
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Appreciate that.
I always put together binders on the vehicles..... particularly helpful when you're trying to remember exactly where
you got some part or gizmo.
I do the same thing!
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congrats! there's just something white on a coupe that makes it look right.

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post #34 of 37 (permalink) Old 10-06-2019, 05:39 PM
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congrats! there's just something white on a coupe that makes it look right.
My parents, me and you...... couldn't agree more!

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Nicely sorted car. Glad the health stuff is, too.

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Thanks for that!
On the health stuff, they (doctors) are catching a lot of stuff that used to slide right on by back in the old days.
Good thing too because in my case it would have led to a stroke. MD said he did 7 such procedures that month.

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My parents, me and you...... couldn't agree more!
I just saw I forgot "about" in my post, lol

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