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WOW, notice the red rag at the end

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#2
Great article Roy!... i'm 70 years away from that Tongue



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#3
yup gotta keep the step sides free from dirt too Big Grin
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#4
I love old people! Great find!

But the wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, and easy to be intreated, full of mercy and good fruits, without partiality, and without hypocrisy. James 3:17 (KJV)

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#5
"I can change oil, I can change spark plugs.." Now THAT is cool! I know many 60 year olds who are much "older" than that lady at 101! Dayum!
That made my day. Thanx Roy!

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#6
Great post Roy! I wish my 20 something sons could find a couple 20 something versions of that great woman. Even better if they owned cars like that. Chuck
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#7
Mr Mac;42216 Wrote:I love old people! Great find! Tongue

I love old people too. Especially those that drive in Michigan, not Florida. Tongue

Great story. Thanks for sharing, Roy.
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#8
That's cool

Jeff T.

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c9zx;42240 Wrote:Great post Roy! I wish my 20 something sons could find a couple 20 something versions of that great woman. Even better if they owned cars like that. Chuck

20 something versionHuh go for the original, she is 101 cant hang around much longer and what a car........................................JUST KIDDINGTongue
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#10
"Hey man, can you help me change my oil? I don't know how..." "I don't know either, but I can call my great grandma." Lol, awesome lady, awesome car.
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