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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

The Gray Ghost



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    1. Clyde Barrow, a notorious bank robber and outlaw, liked these cars so well he wrote Henry Ford a fan letter thanking him. He stole only the fastest cars.

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  2. "If you’re trying to impress your date, Bar X Bar is the place to do it. The drinks are strong, the atmosphere laid back and welcoming. Grab a seat and check out the many specials Bar X Bar offers."

    [testimonial found on the interwebs]

    The question arises, however, whether one can be a bank robber and >not< an outlaw.

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    1. One can be a bank robber and not an outlaw. To be an outlaw one must be known, and a fugitive. Bonnie and Clyde lead authorities on a marry chase for years.

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  3. 1936? Or thereabouts. Beautiful. BTW, I thought your comment on Ocala DP was the most original and the most humorous! Clint Eastwood! Heh heh heh!

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    1. Believe this one is a 1935 Ford. Also greatly enjoyed your photo. Gave me a real laugh.

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  4. Trap Day on Monhegan is January 1st. They are a hardy bunch!

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  5. Someone is giving this ghost the best of care.

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  6. I have seen cars like these only in movies! It looks almost new!

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  7. Hi Andy and VP. This car has been lovingly restored. The paint and interior looks fresh and new. The speedometer has yet to be installed, and I believe the car has its original flathead V8 motor. It is a jewel. The owner was taking his family out to dinner on a Tuesday evening in this car, a perfect place to drive it.

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