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Offline cj7ox

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Re: The Reclamation of Blue
« Reply #50 on: June 04, 2017, 10:30:50 AM »
 
It did come in handy one time out on the back dirt roads when I "pretended" to run out of gas with the GF along.. She thought we were stranded out in the middle of no where. LOL not too happy when I flipped the switch and fired it up. The old reliable 350.

There was a local "haunted" bridge that went over a railroad tracks. Rumor was that if you shut your car off while parked on it then it wouldn't start back up.

In reality the rumor was just that & it was on a desolate back road and kids would park on it and well you get the idea. I had a late 80's Camaro with the 5spd in it and the clutch. As with most manuals if you didn't have the clutch pushed in it wouldn't turn over. Fun memories of tricking a 110# half naked blonde girl into trying to push start my Camaro...... :tongue:
I turned off a tank in the mountains once. Had 2 girls with me,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Been there, done that, in both geographic areas! LOL

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Re: The Reclamation of Blue
« Reply #51 on: June 04, 2017, 12:47:45 PM »
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