[NTLK] [OT] Oil in Newton.. LOL
T. Warren Christopher
yeoleman74 at aol.com
Mon Jan 14 14:14:29 EST 2013
Memories are great. My 66 Mustang would be my first choice of cars I have owned although my 37 Ford Coupe would be a close second. I taught my wife to drive in that one over 62 years ago. Speaking of Oil, in my day the 23rd psalm was rewritten to Ford as in The Ford is my Auto, it maketh me to lie down in green pastures, it anointeth my head with oil etc.
Cheers to all of you that make this such a great site.
Warren -aka- yeoleman
From: joe kallo <quietglow at gmail.com>
To: newtontalk <newtontalk at newtontalk.net>; wheresthatistanbul-newtontalk <wheresthatistanbul-newtontalk at yahoo.com>
Sent: Mon, Jan 14, 2013 10:58 am
Subject: Re: [NTLK] [OT] Oil in Newton.. LOL
Long enough to become a reasonably competent mechanic as far as VWs go,
oddly. Maybe 1.5 year? I finally sold it after being the first person on
the scene of a wreck involving a bug. The other car (and people) were
mostly fine, but the front of the VW utterly caved in and the guy driving
died (while I was there). I went on to become a car nut. I'm 38 and I've
had 26 cars (half of which were BMWs made pre-1985, another story). If I
could have just one of the cars I've owned magically back in my ownership,
it would be the mustang without a doubt.
On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 9:49 AM, James Fraser <
wheresthatistanbul-newtontalk at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- On Mon, 1/14/13, joe kallo <quietglow at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I was fancying myself a beatnicky sort, and the mustang was
> > way too bling. He agreed. I sold it and bought a 74' VW bug.
> How long did you have the VW for?
> (If you don't mind my asking.)
> James Fraser
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