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Old 08-24-2008, 08:02 PM
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Default Youngest Thuderbird Owner

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Old 08-24-2008, 11:40 PM
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Actually . . . The 6 yr old in the picture can spell better than me !!
THUNDERBIRD . . .NOT Thuderbird.
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Actually I think Thuderbird is quite apt at times. I'm sure the majority of us have experienced it at one time or another.
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Those pics with kids are great. Fun to look at, with them, years from now.
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John thanks for the pics and it is great to see that the younger ( much younger ) generation comes out, to see the old classics.Your 60 convertible is sure looking good and I am sure attracted a crowd.

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What do you call that on the steering wheel, in English?We call it "Rattmuff"
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Actually, that 59 belongs to Ron Womack, a LONG time member of NorCal. The last time I saw him, I was 16. (1976-77??)
Anyhow, I asked what that was too . . . And asked, if he waters it??

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Thanks !!! Yeah, it draws a crowd. We have a few really prestine TB's in the club. Most of them are Bullet Birds. Squarebirds are starting to come out of the woodwork though. Mine has some rough spots. We're gettin there.
Latest headache is, the conv top is acting up a little. Somehow it got out of sync. Prob a limit switch w/dirt in it. Hope it's minor.


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