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What a great show, the West Mi mustang Club did a great job!! Lots of nice cars, beautiful weather. I parked next to a beautiful '70 Twister Special (poor guy, getting stuck next to my piece of junk). I even met Jeff Ford, he's a pretty funny guy. I got him and the owner of Duthler Ford
to pull a prank on a buddy of mine, seems he did a burnout the night before in the parking lot. Afterwards he felt bad that he did it and hoped they weren't mad. After the drivers meeting for the Pony Trail (240 mustangs!!!) the owner said he was upset about the green '73 vert that did the burnout, he said if you're going to do a burnout in his parking lot, to do it right!! The Pony Trail was awesome, 240 some cars! Overall, a great experience. Now, on to the doofus. On the way back home (100 miles) we stopped to visit some friends in Hastings (30 miles from GR). To make a long story short, I learned that you can remove the metal trim on the top of the back seat (non-foldown) and then remove the screws going into the top of the seat, and then fold the seat down, to get the keys out of the pocket of your shorts that are locked in the trunk.
 

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This could have been avoided if you just kept your dam pants on!
 

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Thats a good one! Yes it was a very good show! I loved that Twister, and it was a 428CJ to boot! I wished we could have made the Pony trail. But Church duties prevailed.
 

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Your not the first to lock your keys in the trunk. Last year at the Woodward Dream Cruise I decided to change a burned out tail light bulb before I left. Should not have opend the trunk and then set the key on the trunk floor.

I also went to the G.R. show. Did you see the two Shelby GT 500's Orange and Green. Wow were they beautiful.
 
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