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  • ogre
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  • 70chevyC-10
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    Just friends I bet -

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  • street72
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    That's a whole lot of stuttering Bucky...

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  • 70chevyC-10
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    http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=...4E45BE08491D3B

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  • dianeokie
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    Originally posted by BluLightning View Post
    Anyone Bucky?
    Just..............WOW

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  • BluLightning
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    I'm just here to help Bucky!

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  • Bucky67
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    Ok, First of all- There's always an exception to every policy, I mean that's just a standard. Second of all, she wasn't a complete stranger.... In fact, we got really close that night. Third, that was a really low point in my life where Jade might have been used...... I mean, I cannot confirm nor deny anything in that picture. I mean, do we even know who's car that is? For all we know, that could be smudges on the camera.... Bahahahahaha!!!!

    Damn you Bob!!!

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  • BluLightning
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    Anyone Bucky?

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  • Bucky67
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    I'm all for letting people take pictures with my car, and I'll let any kid sit inside my car..... However, I cannot agree that it's ok to walk up and simply start touching my car. For one, it's a lack of respect, no matter if an adult does it or a child. If a child does it, than his or her parents have not taught them right. I have a 10 year old son and an eight year old daughter. Both of them know that when we are at a cruise-in, car show, or a race track- Do Not Touch the Cars. First of all, if you have a layer or dust on your car from driving, yes, rubbing your fingers/hands on a paint job can put fine swirl marks and/or scratches in the clear. Was Jade a museum piece? Nope. Was she a trailer queen? Nope. Did I rack up over 21,000 in 3 years of her being restored? Yes I did. And even with 21,000 miles on the odometer, she took First Place at a World of Wheels Autorama Car Show.

    Now, I realize that not everyone is a "OCD" or meticulous about their paint jobs as others, but don't assume it's ok to touch someone's car. Or that if we don't agree with that, that we are not teaching or passing Hot Rodding down to our youth, or giving them a bad taste. Both Chase and Chyanne LOVE Hot Rodding and can't wait to build their own. It's all on how you teach them and mentor them.

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  • Northeast Rod Run
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    Originally posted by Phil View Post
    I'm not sure if this is a breach or not but to me it's very annoying - the parking spot space saver with the folding chair
    That is way to common at ALL automotive based events

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  • rocco3750
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    Originally posted by CaminoKid View Post
    Fold it down and park over it.
    Tried that at my hotel, no spaces left and 1 had a chair in it. Almost got in a fight over it.

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  • CaminoKid
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    Fold it down and park over it.

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  • Phil
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    I'm not sure if this is a breach or not but to me it's very annoying - the parking spot space saver with the folding chair

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  • a_d_a_m
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    Originally posted by ogre View Post
    i think the OP is a little overly sensitive.
    Didn't realize that basic observations of people being disrespectful fell in the 'overly sensitive' category. Sorry, IOU a beer or something.

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  • ogre
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    hopefully the dealership was as careful with your car when it was on the lot

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