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moparsteve
Posted 2019-07-10 10:53 PM (#584681)
Subject: fwd looks on highway patrol


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hwy patrol 57 58 coronets 57 58 pllymouths desotos dodges incl belvedere/custom roal convs.. watch dan Mathews burn rubber!!!!!
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58 DESOTOS RULE
Posted 2019-07-16 10:24 AM (#584885 - in reply to #584681)
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He had class, did Dan Matthews. I believe there is an episode of Highway Patrol which featured two crooks hijacking a car carrier full of new Forward Look cars. One of them is a 1957 or 58 Imperial!

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56D500boy
Posted 2019-07-16 3:19 PM (#584894 - in reply to #584681)
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There were also earlier episodes with 56 Dodge Coronets (in theory, the 230 hp Super-Powered Super Red Ram)

56D500boy - 2018-12-06 5:24 PM

56 Dodge in one of the several episodes of Highway Patrol:

For fun, I found an episode of Highway Patrol from the 1950's that featured a 56 Dodge "Highway Patrol" car.

The car is in several scenes throughout the episode. Some of the longer ones are at 8:07-8:37, 12:47-13:05, 17:19:17:42, 19:00-19:16 and 19:25-19:43

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGfvUHcRlR0&list=PLxX_AJ8DFfaMo-voUy...





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moparsteve
Posted 2019-07-18 3:43 PM (#584970 - in reply to #584681)
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I saw on here was it removed an autographed photo of dan Mathews in his coronet patrol car id love a copy of that!!! 2150!!!
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1960fury
Posted 2019-07-18 4:49 PM (#584974 - in reply to #584681)
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In 2006 I got gravely ill, close to the edge and to soothe my mind and to pass the time in bed I got me the complete Highway Patrol set of 160+ episodes. Watched them all, can't say it worked, the disease was stronger and spoiled this great TV-show forever for me. Always reminds me on a hard time

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58 DESOTOS RULE
Posted 2019-07-22 3:17 PM (#585094 - in reply to #584681)
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Sorry to hear that,but it's understandable that when you're going through a tough time with your health, anything that reminds you of that tough time (TV show or whatever) when you recover, becomes tainted in your mind, and you can't enjoy it ever again in the same way. I had a TV show that I thought would cheer me up when I was convalescing from a major stroke, but now that I'm better, I can't watch the TV show ever again without being reminded of those hard months in the hospital.

It's good to see that you seem to be doing better than in 2006. 

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1960fury
Posted 2019-07-22 3:39 PM (#585095 - in reply to #585094)
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58 DESOTOS RULE - 2019-07-22 3:17 PM

Sorry to hear that,but it's understandable that when you're going through a tough time with your health, anything that reminds you of that tough time (TV show or whatever) when you recover, becomes tainted in your mind, and you can't enjoy it ever again in the same way. I had a TV show that I thought would cheer me up when I was convalescing from a major stroke, but now that I'm better, I can't watch the TV show ever again without being reminded of those hard months in the hospital.

It's good to see that you seem to be doing better than in 2006. 



Thank you very much! Yes, I completely recovered, against what the doc's were predicting, thanks to mother nature.

Edited by 1960fury 2019-07-22 7:28 PM
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