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Red Ram
Posted 2007-06-24 4:53 PM (#87507 - in reply to #87227)
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Posted 2007-06-24 5:00 PM (#87508 - in reply to #87227)
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A little "Road Warrior"-ish? Wish I could have snapped Steve at the very crest of the hill, against the sky.



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Posted 2007-06-24 5:14 PM (#87510 - in reply to #87227)
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Tuesday - Jim's Service, New Effington SD. (Pop. circa. 300)

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Posted 2007-06-24 5:14 PM (#87511 - in reply to #87227)
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Wow, Red Ram.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words - hell, from what I've seen here, I hope you have just as many pics!

Please keep 'em coming! As one who wishes he could've been there, these images are a darn good substitute.
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Posted 2007-06-24 5:15 PM (#87512 - in reply to #87227)
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Garage section built in 1949...........Thanks, happy to do it.

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Posted 2007-06-24 5:17 PM (#87513 - in reply to #87227)
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Gees - I live 160 miles from you and haven't seen your car until it was in the Cherokee Inn parking lot in Tulsa!!! Hopefully our paths cross "closer" in the future.
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Posted 2007-06-24 5:43 PM (#87519 - in reply to #87513)
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Benji - 2007-06-24 5:17 PM

Gees - I live 160 miles from you and haven't seen your car until it was in the Cherokee Inn parking lot in Tulsa!!! Hopefully our paths cross "closer" in the future.
Well, she didn't used to get out much, but we're talking of changing that, what with our new confidence in the car. I guess we didn't meet, then?....Mopar-to-ya and I discussed attending the Shakopee Minn. show in 2008. It was just held the weekend before we left for Tulsa. Here's pix: http://mbmopar.com/Album/Shakopee2007/index.html And, the Minnesota Street Rod Association is holding their Back to the 50's weekend as I type this! That might be something to meet at next year: http://www.msra.com/BTT50's/BackToThe50s.htm Cheers, Rob
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Posted 2007-06-24 5:47 PM (#87521 - in reply to #87227)
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Posted 2007-06-24 5:58 PM (#87524 - in reply to #87227)
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Posted 2007-06-24 6:02 PM (#87525 - in reply to #87227)
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Posted 2007-06-24 6:04 PM (#87526 - in reply to #87227)
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Looks like a '59.



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Red Ram
Posted 2007-06-24 6:11 PM (#87527 - in reply to #87227)
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Red Ram
Posted 2007-06-24 6:52 PM (#87530 - in reply to #87227)
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Because there's no place like home, right? hehehe..............The Winnipeg paper used one of the photos I shot from the Custom Royal on Friday. They're saying this was an F4. I'm really glad no one was seriously injured. - Cheers, Rob



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Posted 2007-06-24 9:52 PM (#87545 - in reply to #87530)
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Glad you made it home safe, It was great meeting you two in Catoosa and Tulsa and hope to see you again sometime soon. Keep clear of those twisters! Dick W. P.S. Your pictures are awsome!
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Red Ram
Posted 2007-06-25 11:51 AM (#87595 - in reply to #87227)
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Thanks Dick, and same from us! Your beautiful Plymouth was the first we saw on the road; I'm glad it was more than just a glimpse of one........I guess we both had a few moments of terror this week!



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Benji
Posted 2007-06-27 12:50 AM (#87858 - in reply to #87227)
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How about Morden's Corn & Apple Festival show the last weekend in August? Great car show - great people, free corn on the cob, free apple cider, a great music concert -- and not that far from PLP.....see you there?
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Posted 2007-06-27 2:00 AM (#87866 - in reply to #87227)
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Hey Rob Just awesome pics. Glad you and the Mrs. made it home safe and most certainly get that beautiful dodge out there to those shows she is to KOOL to leave at home :o) And it was great meeting you both and hangin out where else but a garage man this trip was awesome.
Still giddy Jimmy
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Posted 2007-07-03 11:49 AM (#88425 - in reply to #87858)
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Benji - 2007-06-27 12:50 AM

How about Morden's Corn & Apple Festival show the last weekend in August? Great car show - great people, free corn on the cob, free apple cider, a great music concert -- and not that far from PLP.....see you there?
.................I mentioned it to the original owner, and she says she's always wanted to go. I think we'll see you there, then.
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Posted 2007-07-03 11:52 AM (#88426 - in reply to #87866)
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moparjimmy - 2007-06-27 2:00 AM

Hey Rob Just awesome pics. Glad you and the Mrs. made it home safe and most certainly get that beautiful dodge out there to those shows she is to KOOL to leave at home :o) And it was great meeting you both and hangin out where else but a garage man this trip was awesome.
Still giddy Jimmy
...................Thanks Jim. Great meeting you, too.
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d500neil
Posted 2007-07-03 6:36 PM (#88475 - in reply to #87227)
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way across the great 'divide', for hours on end, huh????

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Posted 2007-07-04 8:40 PM (#88625 - in reply to #87227)
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RE: Elie,MB tornado photos. Two semi-trailer trucks got thrown around in that storm. One tipped over, the other thrown out into a field. Did a a safety inspection on the tipped over one when it was being brought across the border to return to its owner company here in the States....actually not all that bad for what it went thru.
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Posted 2007-07-05 3:47 PM (#88709 - in reply to #87227)
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well hello everybodyim back on line at last been trying since we got back from tulsa hope ur all doing ok great pics rob was a pleasure meeting you and your lovely wife lois ive sent you a cd of the band hope you like it loved the farrel brothers i bet they do a great stage show. Any one else who wants a cd just email me your address and ill see what i can do neil uv got a couple in the post as well can you forward one on to ron please. tulsa was finfantastic and all you guys and gals were out of this world would love to meet up with u all again one day come on over to england its great here lol
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Posted 2007-07-05 5:57 PM (#88732 - in reply to #87510)
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d500neil
Posted 2007-07-06 4:29 PM (#88855 - in reply to #87227)
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Actually, Charlie, I gave away one of your two cd's to John Bartell (he-who 1st answered my contest, for it, via the "Mailing List"
members) , and I have promised the other one to Andrew Sharpe (he-of AUS Rockabilly fame!) IF Andrew would ever get
back to AUS, & give me his mailing address!!!

It's a VERY XLNT record !!!! Thanks, Charlie (and Clive!)




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Red Ram
Posted 2007-07-08 1:17 PM (#89034 - in reply to #87227)
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Hi Clive and Charlie. It was great meeting you guys too! You really had a knack for being on top of events as they unfolded. Glad your night in Houston turned out OK. It's a good thing the Windsor wasn't red or blue in colour, I think! hehehe. Thanks for the photo of us at the car show. Also, thanks for the Small Town Giants CDs, Charlie. Listened to it on the road the other day and thought it was really good and had a real vintage sound. The Farrells play Gretsch too. Yeah, they have a high energy show, and, being brothers, are really musically tight. I'll give them your CD when I see them......I hope the 59 shows up on time and as you left it. We'll have something else in common soon; I'll be the owner of a 57 Windsor coupe by week's end!
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Posted 2007-07-08 2:32 PM (#89041 - in reply to #87227)
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Hiya red glad you got the cd and enjoyed it hope to keep in touch with you ive just got back from a gig we done in Norwich a bikers pub was a great gig and i wasnt driving so thats a bonus take care u 2 and keep in touch
charlie
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Posted 2007-07-25 2:50 PM (#90998 - in reply to #87227)
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Red Ram - 2007-06-23 2:14 AM

Hi all......We had a fantastic adventure going to Tulsarama, and wouldn't have changed a thing even if we had known the condition the Belvedere would be in.........
...............I have to correct this statement a bit. If we could do it again, we'd book at least a couple of nights at the Doubletree to get to meet more people and spend more time with those we did get to know. Also, to enjoy some of the parking garage refreshments. ;)........We want to thank Aime Verrier for the work he did on the Dodge in preparation for the trip. It sure increased our confidence and enjoyment............I forgot to mention the odometer hit 57 000 on the way home.
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Posted 2007-07-25 4:24 PM (#91003 - in reply to #87227)
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Yeah, well, EYE hit 57, on my Age-o-meter, yesterday!!!
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Posted 2007-07-25 4:26 PM (#91004 - in reply to #87227)
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well happy birthday yea olde fart i hit 42 on mine 23rd june ( can i call you papa)lol
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Posted 2007-07-25 4:59 PM (#91012 - in reply to #87227)
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Thanks, Charlie (may I call you Chuck?) ; I was 30 y.o., when I bought my car--seems kinda hard to believe, now.

The CAR was only 23 y.o., when I bought IT!!!

I've cared for it, for 27 years !!!!



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Red Ram
Posted 2007-07-25 8:41 PM (#91046 - in reply to #91003)
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d500neil - 2007-07-25 4:24 PM

Yeah, well, EYE hit 57, on my Age-o-meter, yesterday!!!
No kidding, the 24th?....You and Lois share a birthday. Many more to both you Leos, and Charlie as well! - Rob
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Posted 2007-07-25 9:02 PM (#91047 - in reply to #87227)
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Thanx for the Avatar posting , Rob!!

One of the FUNNIEST things I've ever seen, & only saw it ONCE, was a sardonic review of astrological characteristics, & I
WISH that I'd made a copy of it, but DO recall what it said, about LEOS, in part;

"They're arrogant bas***ds, who love to kiss mirrors"!

Of, course, that's not TRUE, but, I only wish that I could quote the characteristics, for the OTHER zodiac- signs!!!

Being a LEO, is such a burden, to have to bear, in regards to the rest of the world.





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Posted 2007-07-26 1:15 AM (#91070 - in reply to #87227)
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Hey Rob, Wish Lois a Happy Belated Birthday from me to I allready got Uncle Neil the fellow dodge guy :o). Hey Charlie I want to listen to some rockabilly to man.

StillGiddy Jimmy
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Posted 2007-07-26 9:19 AM (#91092 - in reply to #91070)
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Posted 2007-07-26 1:53 PM (#91119 - in reply to #91047)
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d500neil - 2007-07-25 9:02 PM

One of the FUNNIEST things I've ever seen, & only saw it ONCE, was a sardonic review of astrological characteristics, & I
WISH that I'd made a copy of it, but DO recall what it said, about LEOS, in part;

"They're arrogant bas***ds, who love to kiss mirrors"!

Of, course, that's not TRUE, but, I only wish that I could quote the characteristics, for the OTHER zodiac- signs!!!


.....................Here you go, Herpes boy. http://www.theblessedbee.com/horror.html
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Posted 2007-07-26 3:03 PM (#91126 - in reply to #87227)
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Thanx, Rob!

That is definitely an up-dated Horror-scope, as I distinctly recall being called arrogant, but NOT theiving, and, Herpes wsn't even
heard-of, when I read the listing (a long time ago)!

So, what's YOUR sign, Rob???----lolololol!





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Red Ram
Posted 2007-07-26 3:29 PM (#91128 - in reply to #87227)
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Apparently, I'm a BJ loving Pinko. hehehe
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Posted 2007-08-02 3:02 AM (#91840 - in reply to #87227)
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Wow I am a p***k and love haveing sex in crowds then switching off. I never knew that about myself oh can I say that stuff. sorry.
Oh yeah hey Rob how is life.
Jimmy
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Posted 2007-08-26 8:28 PM (#94477 - in reply to #87227)
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Looked for you at the Corn & Apple show in Morden today -- guess you didn't make it. My ride crapped out in my driveway, so the wife and I came with a friend in a F**d Mustang! Sorry you couldn't make it...
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Posted 2007-08-26 10:32 PM (#94494 - in reply to #87227)
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Posted 2007-08-27 3:48 PM (#94557 - in reply to #87227)
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Posted 2007-08-28 1:42 PM (#94697 - in reply to #94477)
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Benji - 2007-08-26 8:28 PM

Looked for you at the Corn & Apple show in Morden today -- guess you didn't make it. My ride crapped out in my driveway, so the wife and I came with a friend in a F**d Mustang! Sorry you couldn't make it...
Sorry we missed it. My Mom's been sick for 3-4 days so she wasn't up for it; and we have several trips to the city this week, so decided to enjoy a day NOT behind the wheel.....Were there any finned Mopars? - Rob
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Red Ram
Posted 2007-09-19 2:00 PM (#97162 - in reply to #87530)
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Red Ram - 2007-06-24 6:52 PM

Because there's no place like home, right? hehehe..............The Winnipeg paper used one of the photos I shot from the Custom Royal on Friday. They're saying this was an F4. I'm really glad no one was seriously injured. - Cheers, Rob
I photographed the worst tornado in Canadian history from a 57 Dodge!: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/story/4040823p-464969... All kinds of videos of it on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=elie+tornado&search=Sea...

Edited by Red Ram 2007-09-19 2:04 PM
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moparjimmy
Posted 2007-09-20 2:10 AM (#97239 - in reply to #87227)
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Hey Rob did they give you the big bucks for the photo? If not they should have. tell them you have a kool old ride that can use it LOL.

Jimmy
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Red Ram
Posted 2007-09-20 2:45 PM (#97288 - in reply to #97239)
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No Jimmy, they just asked for photos on their website, so I emailed them a couple. The next morning, people were phoning to say they saw it in the paper. Some asked if I was a "Storm Chaser" now. I said "No, I'm a Storm Runner-Awayer." :P
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Posted 2007-09-21 1:24 AM (#97341 - in reply to #87227)
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Right on Rob I'm with you them twisters are only Kool in the movies with hot girls like Helen Hunt chasing them. But how that f5 didn't lift her shirt is beyond me it lifted everything else up in that movie. LOL That was an awesome photo's you took.

Jimmy
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Posted 2008-03-03 8:15 PM (#118109 - in reply to #87227)
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