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#842597 03/12/2021 12:58 AM
by wadeschields
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Spent the afternoon somewhat outside. A glorious warm and sunny day... Heaven... ! Needed to fix the lights on my trailer at the garage in Brooklyn. Once the lights were sorted then I replaced some of the nuts and bolts that had been lost on the wood slats that I added to the center of the trailer. Charged up the electric Zeros and changed the oil in my Triumph...

Took it out for a little jaunt as well, to get the new blood pumping through it ... Got my blood pumping too... Cant wait for spring/summer/fall

How was your day??
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#842636 Mar 12th a 01:42 PM
by wadeschields
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My wife really really wanted a white vehicle ... I was not excited... Once we got this jeep, I was happy until the first time we came out of the grocery store and there were 10 white Jeeps..... I personalized mine with decals now, so I can tell which one is mine.... smile
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#842648 Mar 12th a 05:58 PM
by Dibnah
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Yes, the drabness of most modern vehicles is depressing. The US car industry has a fine record of using "high impact" colours, perhaps best of all being Dodge in the early Seventies. "Plum Crazy" works for me

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