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Old 08-06-2012, 12:11 AM
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Went up to lake Tahoe today to check out the cars. Not a lot of cars there this weekend, no fridges at all but ther will be around 5,000 classic cars in Reno/Sparks by the end of this week so I'm sure there will be plenty for me to drool over. I will try to get some good pics to share. Here are some pics I got today, enjoy.

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I really like the COE, would make a nice car hauler. I'll be attending the event myself Thursday through Sunday with my 1978 SE Trans Am I'm hoping to sell. This year will be my fifth year of attendance. Words alone can't describe the size of the event. Keep the photos coming.
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Old 08-10-2012, 11:43 AM
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Been real busy lately but wanted to get this pic on here. I had to resize it because my daughters camera takes monster size pics. I'll post more after I get them resized.

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This is the first fridge I've seen this year. I talked to the owner he has owned the truck since he was in high school. The truck was restored and been in this condition for over forty years. It has a 390 and top loader 4 speed.
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That a great looking truck. So, it was restored when it was 12 years old? The big thing is that the guy has taken great care of it for the last 40 years, pretty impressive.
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Been real busy lately but wanted to get this pic on here. I had to resize it because my daughters camera takes monster size pics. I'll post more after I get them resized.

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This is the first fridge I've seen this year. I talked to the owner he has owned the truck since he was in high school. The truck was restored and been in this condition for over forty years. It has a 390 and top loader 4 speed.
Nice!! 57 Ford is my all time favorite.
Your daughter should be able to change the setting on her camera. I'm an old old dummy and I can do it, I don't even know how to text.
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Very nice pics. A lot of my personal favorites!
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