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  1. #14
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by stephy
    [B]Out past the cornfields where the woods got heavy

    Out in the backseat of my 60 chevy

    Workin on mysteries without any clues

    Workin on our night moves

    In the summertime

    In the sweet summertime........................................ .....................




    Bob S....Awesome song!!! I've seen him twice, once in the late 70's and later in the early 90's. He had gained alot of weight by then but it still was good!!

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    Been there, done that. I had a 76 swb Chevy van with tongue in groove wood and black velour. Bed in the back with a pair of Alpine 6x9's. Shared a moment with a girlfriend in a parking lot on the main st through town (curtains behind captain's chairs drawn. Cops pulled up alongside and actually knocked on the doors and tried to shine their lights in. Don't know why they thought something was going on (rockin'?). We were hiding on the shag carpet floor and got away with it despite giggles from her.

    That was a great van! Miss it sometimes.
    The posts and comments made by me are in no way affiliated with any company or organization. They are simply my personal opinions.

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    Originally posted by tonys
    a love story straight-out-ta the camper park?
    And they left out how dangerous Benzine is.

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    I thought she was really getting off, but she had a cramp in her leg.

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    Had to do it in your Chevy van 'cause it wouldn't start to take her to a real bed? You did it over the stench? Ford owners make it to the house/hotel.....
    If everything was always done "by the book"....the book would never change.

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    Can't do it in a Ford van. Floor would be rotted and you'd be sittin on the gas tank. Don't want any sparks there!
    There's TREACHERY AFOOT!!!

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    Originally posted by mcr
    Can't do it in a Ford van. Floor would be rotted and you'd be sittin on the gas tank. Don't want any sparks there!

    But it would still get you to the house/hotel........
    If everything was always done "by the book"....the book would never change.

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    A little Afternoon Delight????
    R2B4BTU

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    sky rockets in flight

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    Originally posted by smokin68
    Originally posted by mcr
    Can't do it in a Ford van. Floor would be rotted and you'd be sittin on the gas tank. Don't want any sparks there!

    But it would still get you to the house/hotel........
    As long as the tow truck driver dosen't smoke
    There's TREACHERY AFOOT!!!

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    Vw campmobile is the pimphouse on wheels! 1967 thank you very much.Complete with curtains that allow for whatever in a McDonald's parking lot.
    Luke 6:31

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    Originally posted by mcr
    Originally posted by smokin68
    Originally posted by mcr
    Can't do it in a Ford van. Floor would be rotted and you'd be sittin on the gas tank. Don't want any sparks there!

    But it would still get you to the house/hotel........
    As long as the tow truck driver dosen't smoke
    Either way you'd get there under FORD power!!!!! A chevy tow truck is like a moped trying to pull a 5th wheel!!!! Wait a minute....no such thing as a Chevy tow truck!!!
    If everything was always done "by the book"....the book would never change.

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    The only thing FORD power is good for is running a sewage pump or keeping your 16ft.aluminum fishing boat from drifting
    There's TREACHERY AFOOT!!!

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