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I thought you were referring to the Chevy Spark.
Do you know that the plugs really don't need replaced till 100,000 miles?
If you don't go to your friend's funeral they won't go to yours.
Was it at Mac's Flea Market at Allen County Fairgrounds? That thing is huge!!
This is very true. I think it was only produced for a couple years around 1984-85.
I guess his parents couldn't afford braces when he was a lad.
Amen to that! Our local shelter usually has at least 200 cats looking for a home.
Did you know they actually stuffed a 350 V8 in some Monzas?
I remember Woolworths had chocolate Cokes at their snack bars, they used Hershey syrup.
I always refer to it as McGristle!
I got a Panasonic from 1981 at a Goodwill store for $3.
Had it for at least 10 years, cassette deck not working so well but radio sounds great!
I bought the MK Nostalgia N-1 acoustic back in 2009 and I still own it. It was only $100 from Musicians Friend! The neck is great , all mahogany...
The truck that visited our neighborhood always played "Music Box Dancer" by Frank Mills. Thankfully I haven't seen it around in several years.
Fender M80 combo
Roland Cube 20xl
Dean Markley G15
Custom 10w bass amp
Peavey Companion 15
Are we talking about Fakebook? Who cares?
I always heard "Big boys don't cry"/over and over.
I totally understand how you are feeling, Brother.
You were tightly bonded with Munchie and he was a sweet guy. We lost our 11 year old Bombay,...
Don't forget "Little Black Egg" by The Nightcrawlers.
I worked at a Shell station during Summer of '70. We got down to 24.9 gallon!
Could fill up my 63 Comet for $3.00.
When I was 16 I bought a 65 Silvertone (Teisco) double pickup solid body and a 12 watt Lafayette amp with Jensen speaker. The amp actually had...
Ft. Knox, Ky and Ft. Riley, Ks
Sounds extremely healthy to me!
My condolences to you and your family...remember that your pup was a part of you.
Only God and gradual passage of time will heal your heart.
I generally refer to it as "Fakebook"!