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Hey Teebone,

Did you start singing "Veenttuuraa Hiiighwaayy..." :)

I remember when I went out to CA for vacation a few yrs back loosing count of all the classic Stangs being driving around out there!

Mike

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Us Californian's love our classic cars. I live a couple of miles off the Ventura Freeway. I never noticed all the Mustangs, until I wanted to buy one. Now I notice them allright and very few of them are for sale in my area. Oh well, patience pays off.

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We used to live in Canoga Park until we moved back to New England. I always remembered it as classic car heaven. That was the period when I had the '65 Ranchero and the '68 MGBGT.

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