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Now that is awesome! And the Squarebird is pretty snazzy looking also! Congrats!
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We drove past that house during a Sunday drive, stopped and asked if we could take photos.
Was funny to see a house that matched our car.
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We drove past that house during a Sunday drive, stopped and asked if we could take photos.
Was funny to see a house that matched our car.
And they probably said "Those crazy people painted their car to match our house"
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Very nice !!!

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Very cool with that reversed Watson paint Great looking house as well!!
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Have to admit after owning Little Birds since 76, I am really liking these paint schemes and the next generation Birds. I Googled Larry Watson and read about him - very tallented person. I'm thinking I need more garage space!!!
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Added a few for fun... kinda scary

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Wow, scarey isn't the word. From a distance it would look like the Purple People Eater floating off the ground coming to gobble you. It would be great for Halloween.


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Neat-O. That green should look great with the paint scheme.

Funny thing - I've been adding a white led strip (white car) in the power dome (aka - hood scoop) on my car. Going to add a switch to the secondaries and when they open the light comes on.

Geez - thinking about it though - they will be on a lot - might as well wire them on all the time -

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Yes... we did use it on Halloween.
Over in a dark corner of the yard.

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