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Old 05-31-2009, 02:25 PM
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Was out picking up parts today (Sunday, 31May) and saw a Blue Bronco with its top off leaving by NAPA. Didn't get a chance to turn around. Was it anyone one here? Just checking. I was driving the Brown and White Bronco with the top off too.
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...naw, but I did see a good looking woman with her top down in a Ford Mustang just down the road from NAPA.
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Damn must have just missed it! Usually the only women I see when their top is down is some cow or they are way too young!
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Good eyes guys!
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Oh...the Mustang was a two-door hardtop.

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damn I hate when that happens

That's one thing I like about the Bronco, I can look down into cars and I've gotten a few good shows and a few ugly ones too
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I like seat belts. Its the law.
I am just guessing, but what I think this means is otherwise he would be trying to get out of his rig if not for the seatbelts... anyway, I did enjoy the ride I got in the Mustang.
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No, its not the fact I can't get out. More along the lines of the assistance they make. Just imagine the views from a lifted Bronco/Truck.
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No, its not the fact I can't get out. More along the lines of the assistance they make. Just imagine the views from a lifted Bronco/Truck.
That's what I'm saying about my Bronco, nice view from up there , nice most of the time but does get kind of scary when you see something....well... ughly
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I am just guessing, but what I think this means is otherwise he would be trying to get out of his rig if not for the seatbelts... anyway, I did enjoy the ride I got in the Mustang.
Nice....
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That's what I'm saying about my Bronco, nice view from up there , nice most of the time but does get kind of scary when you see something....well... ughly
Well with my eye sight it is best if I get my face close to what I am looking at... kinda like reading braille with my tongue.
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Well with my eye sight it is best if I get my face close to what I am looking at... kinda like reading braille with my tongue.

I love it and can't type my first reaction to your braille comment.
I Kind of like the up close and personal touch
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I love it and can't type my first reaction to your braille comment.
I Kind of like the up close and personal touch
Like Tom would say, "keep both your hands on the steering wheel, it is the law." ... how else could you read the map to find your way to your "destination"?
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