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Old 04-13-2011, 09:17 PM   #21
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I learned to drive in a late 60's Checker Cab Marathon model I think...
Thing was built like a tank! But oh, talk about leg room...
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My dad's 1982 chevy custum deluxe pick up truck. Now I own a 1986 silverado 4x4, I just love those old chevy's
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Mid 80's Chevy El Camino, had more rust than paint and the girls wouldnt get in. The only thing you could pick up was the parts that fell of going down the road.
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A 1939 Allis Chalmers Model "B" Special

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Freaking chick magnet you had there pardner! Loved the old Mopar muscle cars, had a 70 Roadrunner 440 6-Pack for a time in my youth and my brother just finished restoring a 70 Dodge Superbee...
It was then and still would be today. I would love to get me another one someday

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I learned to drive in a 1968 Ford Galaxy Custom, 2 door. Had a 240 straight 6 with three on the tree. Drove it for 3 years till a drunk driver hit me in it.
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At age 7, my grandma taught me how to drive her 1987 Cadillac Fleetwood.
I was lucky because my grandad owned a logging company, so his shop/equipment yard was the perfect place to learn to drive.
She would pick me up every Monday and Thursday so I could drive around the shop.
Then at around age 11, I wanted to learn to drive a stick shift, so my dad taught me how to drive his 1982 Mack "R model" log truck... the kind with two shifters.
It was a blast to be 11 years old and driving a big rig
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