Seen in the wild today

Discussion in 'General Maverick/Comet' started by ramairthree, May 25, 2012.

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    Two in two days .... pretty good.

    I seem to have a "rule of threes" here. It is a pretty random thing, too. Go for a couple years not seeing, say a Corvair, and all of the sudden see three in a week. I have had this kind of thing happen a half dozen times. Another time it was mid-50s Ford trucks. Once it was 60s Fairlanes.

    Maybe you'll see one more in the next few days. ;)
     
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    RMiller My name is Rick

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    Including the two I posted I know of seven in town not counting mine. We're big enough there has to be more hiding out, just haven't located them yet I guess.
     
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    Add two more, a small bumper four door and a 73 two door. 20190523_193947.jpg 20190523_194002.jpg
     
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    All right then .... you have "four in a row" syndrome .... :thumbs2:

    Told ya!
     
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    RMiller My name is Rick

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    Saw this at a local car show.

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    That has some attitude. Wonder what mirrors those are? Might just be the angle of the picture, but I get the vibe they are not our standard sports mirrors.
     
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    I noticed that about the mirrors too but didn't talk to the owner. I think I know the car but the look has been changed, if I'm right it used to have salt flats wheels and no scoop.
     
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