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Grettings fellow Central Albertan. Noticed you lived a stones throw away. I was wondering have you "kicked" the tires on that smokin' red '05 Mustang GT at Fourlane in Innisfail? I had the truck in on Saturday for an oil change and got tired of sitting the customer lounge reading propiganda, so I went for a walk. Took a seat in the GT and one of the salesmen grabs the keys and says "Have you seen the dash lights?" I hadn't, and after talking to others, I'm apparently the only person on the planet who had never seen or heard of the dash lights changing colors. It is the coolest thing I think I've ever seen, so apparently I'm easily entertained. The lady from service fhad to practically drag me out of the car, it was quite a sight to see, lol. Anyways, if you haven't gone in, I highly recommend it, you will not be disappointed.
My grandfather had a brother, George. I'm not really sure what he did for a living. He did live in Calgary until his untimely death in the late '80's early '90's (?). I'm not sure when he passed away, I was 13 in 1990, so the memory is not so good. If his last name is spelled the same way as mine, Pannenbecker, he was related to me. When you have a name like that, it's easy to pick the family members out of the phone book, if you know what I mean, lol.
If you ever see a metallic blue '04 F-150 FX4 Scab with a skull in the hitch receiver that has red eyes that light up with the running lights/brakes, that's me. Honk at me or flag me down, we'll do coffee or something. It may take me a minute to figure out why the hell this jerk behind me keeps flashing his lights and honking his horn, but it will eventually dawn on me.
In the winter, I will sometimes use 2A from innisfail to the deer, then get back onto the highway / freeway / interstate or whatever the heck they are trying to make HWY 2 into. Lately, I been just taking 791 till it hits HWY 2. All in an effort to avoid the snafu they call Antler hill.
Is it me, or does that thing rack up the vehicles the first few snowfalls each year?
'94 F350 CrewCab, LongBox, Single Rear Wheel, XLT 7.3L w/ factory turbo. Currently with a '91 7.3L installed, E4OD, airbag suspension. truck's got 430,000 KM, engine has 590,000 KM.
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