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Old 08-20-22, 04:20 PM
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Friday Bike & Bucket Day

Well, it's another half day Friday and we'll mix a couple different hobbies together. I'll take the bike out for a tad over 26 miles as I nurse my sore knee. Get home and shower and relax while I do a couple loads of laundry. After the laundry is done I pull the 1923 T-Bucket out of the cave and head off to the PACC Friday Night Cruise. Just have to love some old school American Muscle.
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Nice video. I like how you put it together. Great cars. I got a '78 Vette. Some days I'll ride the bike and then take the wife for an evening cruise along the ocean. The last bike I bought I had to go about 1 1/2 hours to get. The guy was rather surprised when I showed up in my 2012 Challenger RT to pick it up. Took the front wheel off and put it in the trunk. People don't think of car guys being cyclist.
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Old 08-21-22, 05:45 AM
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Originally Posted by MasiMoe View Post
Nice video. I like how you put it together. Great cars. I got a '78 Vette. Some days I'll ride the bike and then take the wife for an evening cruise along the ocean. The last bike I bought I had to go about 1 1/2 hours to get. The guy was rather surprised when I showed up in my 2012 Challenger RT to pick it up. Took the front wheel off and put it in the trunk. People don't think of car guys being cyclist.
My wife enjoys cruise nights, but she was out of town this past Friday, and we tend to go out twice a week for a fun cruise. Sounds like you have a couple fun cars, my other summer car is my 370Z. Stay safe and keep all your wheels rolling.
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My wife enjoys cruise nights, but she was out of town this past Friday, and we tend to go out twice a week for a fun cruise. Sounds like you have a couple fun cars, my other summer car is my 370Z. Stay safe and keep all your wheels rolling.
Nice, got to have something with a little more comfort and AC for them longer cruises. Also got a 1941 pickup that my father came across back when I was in high school around 1970. Never had it on the road but now I'm retired so it's my restoration project.
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