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Old 01-26-2014, 08:30 PM
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New camera and a 51 F1

Picked my wife up a new Nikon D3200 over the weekend so of course I had to play with it a bit. Now if I could only figure out all the cool things it can do.

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Whose P-series is that in the background??
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The scraping sounds as you're driving might be a bit loud, and hard to hear the stereo over...

Lookin' good.

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The P-Van is now a wet bar and green house for the sports bar next store. Sad and cool at the same time.
The scraping sound is kind of soothing and at the right speed will almost put you to sleep. That's a whole nother problem!

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love it down in the weeds like that. Nice ride..
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I couldn't get down the driveway that low.
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I couldn't get down the driveway that low.
Neither can I that's why it's in the street! LOL

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