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    Me? Ford assembly plant Richmond CA...
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    The assembly hall is beautiful...the little town across the bay is SF,the other view? Kaiser shipyard..where the liberty ships were built in WW2
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    • BILL WILLIAMSON
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      I have a pic of Friends & Me in front of it, in 1953!

    • Mitch
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      nice pics

  • #3
    I had lunch with a friend at an English pub downtown. We took my 29 coupe.

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    • #4
      I went downtown and got takeaway, since we both are still sick with the flu.
      Bill
      http://www.brauchauto.com/
      Eastern Connecticut

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      • #5
        I brown bagged it
        Smoked turkey, jalapeno cheese, soup and nuts
        4~ Tudor's
        1~ Coupe

        Henry Ford said,
        "It's all nuts and bolts"


        Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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        • #6
          I used my trusty P-38 to open a can of beans.
          Been real lucky this year, so far no cold or flu.
          Went out to move more snow and within 10 minutes my fingers felt like they were frozen solid.
          My blood flow to my fingers must be really poor because I was wearing bulky Thinsulate gloves..

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          • Jeff/Illinois
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            I always wondered, why the U.S. Army called a can opener a P-38. And they had a pursuit fighter plane in WWII, a P-38.

            Was the can opener made by Lockheed Corp. too??

          • CM2
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            Can't tell you how many times it dug into my leg..sterno tabs,anyone remember them?

        • #7
          Wow, It's been 40 years since I've had a P-38. Thanx for the memory jog.

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          • #8
            McDonalds

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            • #9
              Over at Ken Parker's home. Lillian serves a really good plate of spaghetti!

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              • BILL WILLIAMSON
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                I had Parmesan Chicken & Sphaghetti for BREAKFAST!

            • #10
              I had brunch at a Ihop in Florida. Just had a bowl of cereal for supper in bed, in Canada.
              Twiss Collector Car Parts

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              • Mitch
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                Jeff
                You get around quick. Did you drive your Jet A?

              • JDupuis
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                ...Ahem.........Marvel carb...!

              • BILL WILLIAMSON
                BILL WILLIAMSON commented
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                In BED is better than eatin' in the Bathroom! I don't even take a phone to the bathroom!

            • #11
              The wife made great tacos tonight W hot sauce and Guac
              4~ Tudor's
              1~ Coupe

              Henry Ford said,
              "It's all nuts and bolts"


              Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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              • BILL WILLIAMSON
                BILL WILLIAMSON commented
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                NO MEAT????? Or BEANS?????

            • #12
              Kaiser yard number 1 was where the two locations I worked at today are located,on the old short line rail that crisscrossed the yard..a scrap metal firm still runs the rail cranes Kaiser used...its fun working down there,like walking on hallowed ground...
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