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Old 09-11-2018, 10:55 PM
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Old 09-18-2018, 07:22 AM
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I really like the spare tire.. Like he will be so far from home and get a flat that he needs to carry a spare! LMAO
The funnier thing is that it's a front tire!

Also, anyone notice the car shift handle, horn, homemade hydro lift, and wrapped steering wheel?

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Old 09-18-2018, 08:07 AM
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Every part he glued, screwed,welded, DUCK taped<"That's for Ironman",
was absolutely 110% without a doubt a necessary, can not do without item...

IN HIS MIND!
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Old 09-18-2018, 08:12 AM
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Just saying,
There is a fellow in a town near me who has an older Camaro,-- 90's.
it is his only ride, he bought it new, and in a few years began adding trinkets to the top of it,(glue I assume) particularly McDonalds happy meal things.
I see it occasionally and I asked someone what was up with it?
It was explained he was different,kind and a harmless individual.
He lives alone and asks for no help.
Was told his home also had "different" yard decorations outside, some neighbors called junk.
So I got a different understanding of the situation.
we are all different, he does it his way.
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Just saying,
There is a fellow in a town near me who has an older Camaro,-- 90's.
it is his only ride, he bought it new, and in a few years began adding trinkets to the top of it,(glue I assume) particularly McDonalds happy meal things.
I see it occasionally and I asked someone what was up with it?
It was explained he was different,kind and a harmless individual.
He lives alone and asks for no help.
Was told his home also had "different" yard decorations outside, some neighbors called junk.
So I got a different understanding of the situation.
we are all different, he does it his way.
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I think every town has one of these fellows or ladies... The one not for from me has his "lawn art" Not junk yard looking really. You can see by looking that for him it was all methodically thought out. Funny looking to most yes. To him I am guessing it's art and possibly my yard with nothing but natural enhancements "bushes, shrubs,grass" looks funny.

Now I am going to have to see this Camaro.. So next time ya see it get a pic! lol
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It was explained he was different,kind and a harmless individual.
He lives alone and asks for no help.


Things that make you go...Hmmmmm
Sounds like I have heard that before..
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Let's just say that it's "Eccentric".
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I see no learning is happening again in our tax paid schools. Explains why I boot out numerous young hopeful “grads” out of my interview process.
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