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Today 09:00 AM
496CHEVY3100
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Originally Posted by deadbodyman View Post
That's dang cool ,John. I only have one question, How do you keep your hat on when driving that vert

Just my guess
Today 06:35 AM
John long Big head, small hat..................
Today 06:23 AM
deadbodyman
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
Ironically, I just received the link for the finished video this morning. They did a pretty good job of making it appear that it was my car being worked on. Even the shop scenes were much more believable than I expected them to be. I love that Randy was able to edit it in such a way that he captured the horses we drove by.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=...&v=Xu7VxHDZIhw

John
That's dang cool ,John. I only have one question, How do you keep your hat on when driving that vert
Today 05:32 AM
496CHEVY3100
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Surely there are gift stores downtown for the tourist trade. We seem to always find them when we travel.

I would think the local Post Office would have them.
Yesterday 09:02 PM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
LOL, I can promise you making a 90 second video for the church will have zero effect on my standard of living!

I wonder where you can buy a post card now days.

John
Surely there are gift stores downtown for the tourist trade. We seem to always find them when we travel.
Yesterday 08:51 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
That was moving for me. It is a cool vid but having met both you and Barb and having seen the car in person somehow made it very special. Knowing the depth of your faith and commitment, it really was fitting that YOU be in that video.

Now, can you please autograph a postcard and send it to me BEFORE you're worth millions...
LOL, I can promise you making a 90 second video for the church will have zero effect on my standard of living!

I wonder where you can buy a post card now days.

John
Yesterday 04:16 PM
Too Many Projects That was moving for me. It is a cool vid but having met both you and Barb and having seen the car in person somehow made it very special. Knowing the depth of your faith and commitment, it really was fitting that YOU be in that video.

Now, can you please autograph a postcard and send it to me BEFORE you're worth millions...
Yesterday 03:51 PM
boothboy I looked at the video again and didn't realize that a Hollywood movie star was at the wheel!
I think it was either Paul Newman or Elmer Fudd. I'm sure it was one or the other.

BB
Yesterday 01:53 PM
496CHEVY3100 Great video John,,it captures some of what we go thru that people don't realize,,some think you just go buy one ,not true for most of us, and again great espesoally you and Barb cruising down the road enjoying the road and each others company .
Yesterday 12:26 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
Ironically, I just received the link for the finished video this morning. They did a pretty good job of making it appear that it was my car being worked on. Even the shop scenes were much more believable than I expected them to be. I love that Randy was able to edit it in such a way that he captured the horses we drove by.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=...&v=Xu7VxHDZIhw

John
AWESOME John!

Brian
Yesterday 11:53 AM
Rip VW I am not worthy of being near a Movie Star!!!!

Let me bow to the great!

In all seriousness That was a very well put together Video. Very tasteful. I am impressed. and jealous..
Yesterday 11:40 AM
123pugsy Cool vid.
Yesterday 11:36 AM
Train That was cool.
Yesterday 11:26 AM
boothboy John that was excellent! Congratulations!

BB
Yesterday 11:16 AM
John long Ironically, I just received the link for the finished video this morning. They did a pretty good job of making it appear that it was my car being worked on. Even the shop scenes were much more believable than I expected them to be. I love that Randy was able to edit it in such a way that he captured the horses we drove by.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=...&v=Xu7VxHDZIhw

John
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