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Old 06-10-2007, 07:06 PM
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Wausau WI show pics

Here's some shots of the car show in Wausau today. The first three are for Twisted Mini and those of you who like the dropped pickups. The blown Monty is for Schnitz (and where were you Schnitz, I thought I might see you at the show). The final shot in this group is for those who are into slightly bizarre paint jobs...as in the "tack welded" look.
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Old 06-10-2007, 07:13 PM
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The pic might not show it well but this model A was period cool...flatty and all.

The wrecker and the antique race car it was towing were very cool. The third shot shows the intricate wiring box on the wrecker.

Not many people hot rod a 67 T-Bird. This one was very nice...even had a NOS bottle in the trunk.

And I'm a sucker for Darts for some reason.
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I don't see any with hail dents or storm damage, thats a good sign.
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More from around the show.
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And wrapping up with these.
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Dang it, I forgot all about that show. Between our ten year anniversary, the septic line backing up (and the crappy job of cleaning that up), the FIL's birthday, and some late spring-spring clean-up work, I totally missed it. Drat...


In a while, Chet.
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You could've come to the show when you finished that stuff.

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You could've come to the show when you finished that stuff.
Er...are you sure that's such a good idea? He did use the words "septic" and "backing up" in that sentence.
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Between our ten year anniversary, the septic line backing up (and the crappy job of cleaning that up
What better way to celebrate a ten year anniversary.
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What better way to celebrate a ten year anniversary.

Well..... That was a massively condensed version of our weekend. After I got off of work on Thursday (the actual anniversary date), I loaded the truck with fishing poles and all my lures. Then I proceeded to "coax" my better half into going fishing in a buddies' 3 acre spring fed farm pond. 4 hours later, I had one 18" catch and release Northern Pike, and she had nothing. Post that, she went for a massage, and I walked our dog and then did some backyard shrub pruning.

By 4 o'clock, I needed a nap. Good thing I took 2 days of vacation to celebrate. I slept all the way thru to 8 a.m. on Friday. Worked for 5 hours for my brother-in-law before Dawn called telling me the house had a breakdown. After doing 99% of the cleanup and 100% of the Roto-Rooting, we went to do some fine dining. Saturday meant the last of the cleanup, and a day trip into Green Bay for a tour of the Botanical Gardens, the N.E.W. Zoo, and supper at the Titletown Brewing Company. Then it was 99 miles back home.

Sunday brought church, and then washing the outdoor furniture, some of the windows, all of the screens, and the dog. Intermixed with all of the weekends' activities were the normal things like dishes and laundry, plus buying a scope for my shotgun. Good grief, with stuff like that seemingly always going on, it's a wonder I even see my Monte, let alone work on it. One day I'll retire and find the time (and I do already know that that will never happen) to work on it....



In a while, Chet.

BTW, two things.

1. Dewey, I'm not the only one here who likes Montes (and I'm betting 99 percent of the people here like blowers), so break out the shades 'cause the hat's comin' off for ya!

2. Am I only one who's noticed we are now 10 posts into this thread, and every post is from a member in Wisconsin?

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Cool pics, Dewey! I've wondered why the old Cornbinder Pick-ups don't get rodded more often, they are good looking trucks and affordable in most areas.
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Ex-Minnesotean here, does that count? I'd a been there but we had a car show at the local A&W saturday night, it must have been a good night to get out and about, overflow was filled up, around 150 cars, twice as many as last year. Dan
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Dang schnitz, you were practically in my backyard. I live only a few minutes from nwtc and the botanical gardens. I grew up close to the new zoo, actually it was free then and called the reforestation camp. Me, my brother and a bunch of neighborhood kids rode our bikes there all the time when we were kids, ahh, I miss having summer vacation. Not much computer games to sit and play all day then, so actually got out and did things outside, and got some exercise.
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