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It was great meeting you two, along with Dickson and my chauffer, John Boggs. So how did you do in the judging?

As soon as I get the pics off my digital camera (left the cord at home), I'll post some. I got some good ones, including some great Midlife ammo!

John, I thoroughly enjoyed our drive to and from. The commute in your gorgeous convertible went like clockwork (clocks don't have headlight switches and power steering fluid). If anybody ever travels to Atlanta and needs a ride, I highly recommend giving John a call, he'll take you wherever you want to go!

PS: Were there attractive women at the Holiday Inn lounge? I must not have noticed...

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That was either jail bait or transvestites...I know...I checked out their shorts ! *ROTFLMAO*

http://clubs.hemmings.com/baymustang/platesmall.jpgLet me check your shorts! My multimeter is just a-waiting! Formerly known as Midlife in the old VMF.
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How dare you disparage the lovely ladies of the Coconut Beach Lounge!! My experience was that they were very.....hospitable.....hehehe......;) signed the formerly married VMFer previously known as Dickson

By the way, she thinks my name is Randy J. .......

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...and a really good time was had by all.

Don
UCLA (Upper Corner, Lower Alabama)
Thank God it doesn't snow this far south!!!
1965 Convertible, 351W, Tremec, 9", continuous "improvements"
1996 Explorer XLT - daily driver
2000 Taurus - wife's driver
 
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