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    Default My 57 Plymouth in the fall color

    Since I wasn't making any money today, I figured I'd get my 57 out of the garage and go for a spin to cheer myself up. It worked as usual. Took a few shots of my ol' heap out on the street. Figured I would take advantage of some of the fall color.

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    Great looking car

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    Nice looking car Brian, but did anyone ever tell you that you shouldn't leave a parked car out in the middle of the road.

    Traffic must slow there. Maybe non-existant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Hurst View Post
    Nice looking car Brian, but did anyone ever tell you that you shouldn't leave a parked car out in the middle of the road.

    Traffic must slow there. Maybe non-existant.

    rick
    Mostly non-existant. I can count the cars that pass in an hour on one hand.


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    Brian,

    Curious, is that one of those push-button drive ones?

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    You shoulda shown a closeup of the back seat.


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    Default Re: My 57 Plymouth in the fall color

    Hey Brian--
    Is her name Christine?


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    [QUOTE=Brian Cooper;24977]Since I wasn't making any money today, I figured I'd get my 57 out of the garage and go for a spin to cheer myself up. It worked as usual. Took a few shots of my ol' heap out on the street. Figured I would take advantage of some of the fall color. /QUOTE]

    Brian - Nice car! But "fall color"? Here's some fall color for ya. This was on a hike my wife and I took this morning. And for those who think Philadelphia is only one big homicide statistic - this is inside the city limits, about a five minute drive from my house. Happy Thanksgiving!

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    Fall color!! That was in OCT. here.

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    Although my buddy got an 1150 LB elk a few weeks ago. Sorry no pics.

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    Very nice car!!


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    Brian,

    We all have Our weakness this is my 57.

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    While I no longer have these, these are what my two '54s looked like (followed by my '67). (Not photos of my cars, had them before digital camera were out, but ones just like my cars - with minor differences: the Mark IX is a '59 and mine was a '54 Mark VII - no chrome strip down the side; the E-Type photo is a '68, my '67 had glass covered head lights.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Peck View Post
    Brian,

    Curious, is that one of those push-button drive ones?

    Yes, she's a push button drive car. Why Detroit quit using such a practical and convenient system is beyond me.

    No shots of the back seat, but yes, it can tell stories. Here's the front:

    Photo Sharing by MyPhotoAlbum.com :: MyPhotoAlbum :: 1957 Plymouth ::



    She likes long country roads:

    Photo Sharing by MyPhotoAlbum.com :: MyPhotoAlbum :: Plymouth Owner's Club Charlotte 2007 Meet ::


    Her best friend is a mean truck that hates me:

    Photo Sharing by MyPhotoAlbum.com :: MyPhotoAlbum :: 1957 Plymouth ::



    And she has met some well known cars in the past year:

    Photo Sharing by MyPhotoAlbum.com :: MyPhotoAlbum :: Miss Belvedere ::

    Her garage buddies are pretty varied:

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    Photo Sharing by MyPhotoAlbum.com :: MyPhotoAlbum :: 1980 Dodge Lil' Red Express Clone, The Mongrel

    And yes, she gets called Christine all the time. Christine was a 58 and my car is a 57.


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