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Old 04-24-2013, 10:25 PM   #41
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They only brought him back cause he had no beer !
Note to self: next time bring beer
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Old 04-24-2013, 11:01 PM   #42
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No wonder you're retiring from the awning pole business, Old Coot. You're going downright high tech on us.

By the way, it could also be a device for keeping elephants away. I don't see any in the photo, so apparently it works very well.
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Old 05-01-2013, 05:28 AM   #43
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This was a strange sight we came across in Waveland, MS. in 2010. We were driving in that area and we were amazed by the damaged that was still evident from Hurricane Katrina. As we came around a bend in the road here was this church sitting in a drainage ditch on the side of the road. Now that's a sight you don't see everyday. This was five years after the hurricane.

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Rare Sight

Not a strange sight but a rare one. This is a 1950 Crosley Super Wagon. Keeping a car like that in running condition must be a real challenge. This is the first Crosley I've seen that wasn't sitting in a museum.
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Not a strange sight but a rare one. This is a 1950 Crosley Super Wagon. Keeping a car like that in running condition must be a real challenge. This is the first Crosley I've seen that wasn't sitting in a museum.
I hope he trailers that jewel.
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Maybe it's an omni direction finder? A forerunner to OnStar! It obviously works. They found their tent!
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I hope he trailers that jewel.
I didn't see a trailer for the car nor tow bars so I'll make a point of asking how they got the car here.
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I think it's their tow vehicle for the Class A - which I can only assume had its engine removed to make a garage for the car.
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I hope he trailers that jewel.
Ok, I talked to the owner and even got a ride in the Crosley, he does trailer the car. The trailer was in a parking lot just outside the campground. The car has been in his family since the early 60's.
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Wow, that's pretty incredible Bob. Quite a story and quite a car.
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