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Old 07-23-2007, 10:18 AM   #31
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Pie, my first (drivable) car was a '64 Chevy Impala. I paid $400 for it and changed the oil every other week....(not by choice)

Howela, I actually had 2- 64' Chevys and both were brown. I had one, then the next time I brought another. They were tough cars, took a licking and kept on going. I was in Mississippi one day in one of my Chevys, I stopped at a red light and a guy rear ended me, his car was damaged ,mine wasn't not even a scratch. Drove down to next light and got rear ended again. No damage to mine, was to other car. And yes neither accident was my fault, first guy was drunk. But those Chevys were built like a tank.
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Old 07-23-2007, 12:22 PM   #32
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64 Chevy Impala

My Impala was brown(tan) also, although it was so sun faded when I owned it, it almost looked pink.
It was a tough one, despite my oil leak. I would drive my little sister to school in it and she would tell my mom she wanted me to take her because of my singing goat!
This concerned mom during the drug crazed 60's until we found out she was talking about the speaker cover in the back seat which had the "Impala" on the crome cover.
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Old 07-23-2007, 12:49 PM   #33
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My Impala was brown(tan) also, although it was so sun faded when I owned it, it almost looked pink.
It was a tough one, despite my oil leak. I would drive my little sister to school in it and she would tell my mom she wanted me to take her because of my singing goat!
This concerned mom during the drug crazed 60's until we found out she was talking about the speaker cover in the back seat which had the "Impala" on the crome cover.
I was following my brother-in-law down the interstate one day in my chevy. My brother-in-law was driving a big rig, he pulled over and ask me if I had the title to my car with me. I said no, why, he said the guy in front of him wanted to buy my car. He was going to sell it going down the road, it wasn't for sale. You'd have to know my brother-in-law and truckers say or do anything.
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and my current pride and joy.. a real workhorse.. my brand new used Dodge Ram 1500

Well DAMN!, I guess I spoke too soon.. although this brand new USED truck has served me reliably the last few years.. Freakin' over heated on me today. initial analysis.. might be the water pump... popped the hood, and there's just coolant all over EVERYTHING.

UGHHHHH.
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This is what my car looks like now only burgandy.
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