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Old 07-26-2011, 06:56 PM
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A 63 year old with a 63 year old Truck - 48 Models
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I'm 51, the truck is 52.According to the wife, it's in better condition.
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I'm 40 acting like I'm still 18 I have a '56 F100 (Pegysu) and a '56 F100 panel that I'm getting ready to start on and a '61 Unibody that I'm working on.
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In the mid-60s, I had a 56 Ford Customline that I used for traveling to college. I stopped for gas on the way home ($0.24/9 per gallon). I got $1 of gas and handed the attendant, a Geezer, a $5 bill. He called me a Whippersnapper and threw a fit because he had to give me four $1 bills in change.

Ironically, I still own a 56 today but now Im the Geezer and, upon review, many of you are the Whippersnappers.
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I am 56, born in 1955, my truck is a '54 bought by Grandpa in Dec of 1954.... So far both of us are going strong!
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