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Old 01-14-2022, 10:31 AM   #421
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Old 01-14-2022, 10:48 AM   #422
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L.S.M.F.T.
I was just talking to DW about that. We were thinking that it had a slash, LS/MFT or not. Anybody remember?
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I was just talking to DW about that. We were thinking that it had a slash, LS/MFT or not. Anybody remember?
You are correct, sir!

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Back to manual tranny’s: who remembers shifting gears without using the clutch?
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Old 01-14-2022, 01:21 PM   #425
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Back to manual trannyís: who remembers shifting gears without using the clutch?
still do all the time... Floating
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If I recall, as a child, LS/MFT means *Loose Strap Means Flo.... "

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I remember kerosene-filled lighted smudge pots lining the road construction areas at night for safety. Saw a guy in Nebraska using an old beat up unit for mosquitoes.
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Who remembers the leggy Old Gold cigarette packs dancing on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour?
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I grew up in South Florida, so I remember the Coopertone Billboard that actually moved with a dog pulling down a girls swim suit. Was that just a FL thing or were they elsewhere too?
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Old 01-14-2022, 08:13 PM   #430
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I grew up in South Florida, so I remember the Coopertone Billboard that actually moved with a dog pulling down a girls swim suit. Was that just a FL thing or were they elsewhere too?
It was In Pennsylvania
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I grew up in South Florida, so I remember the Coopertone Billboard that actually moved with a dog pulling down a girls swim suit. Was that just a FL thing or were they elsewhere too?
It was part of the National Ad campaign... At the start of the program, they shipped so many promotional items along with the "Coppertone" products that we had put all the items in the mezzanine... There even was a stuffed dog that was made to look like the dog pulling down the bathing suit...

This was Huntington Beach and Long Beach California
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I'm so uid that my first army boots were brown (we ended up having to dye them black shortly afterwards)
... my rifle was a 10 pound M1 Garand until I became a motor pool grunt then it became a 5 pound M1 carbine popgun or Thompsin sub machine hun

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Love this thread as it brings back memories, good along with a few not so great
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I think this will only jog Northern Californian folks memory. Who remembers “Brown Derby Beer”? Flat top metal can ( not aluminum ) that took a “ church key “ to open. My dad would put a couple of six packs out for the garbage men about once a month because he had more garbage cans than he was supposed to.
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I "bootlegged" coors beer back to Missouri. Stashed it in the tent camper like I was commiting a federal crime. Is the statue of limitations up yet?
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I "bootlegged" coors beer back to Missouri. Stashed it in the tent camper like I was commiting a federal crime. Is the statue of limitations up yet?
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I did the same thing, Dallas to Houston in the early ‘70s.

Statute of limitations? For “transporting gulls across state lines for immortal porpoises”?
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Any Ford owners out there buy these?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/30417441325...0AAOSwabdguVgT

My 67 Falcon 289 got one on a regular basis.
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Don't think I ever bought a tune up as a kit, but many, many points, condenser, cap, rotor, wires and plugs. Sometimes a coil.

Still have a dwell meter and timing light somewhere. I do know where my headlight brightness meter is. It's only good for the 7" round lamps. That used to be part of the annual state inspection.
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They would swap for some leaner jets in the carb and advance your timing. Usually needed by flatlanders in the rockies. When your loaded down with coors.
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/30417441325...0AAOSwabdguVgT

My 67 Falcon 289 got one on a regular basis.
Yep! 1964 ford futura 2 door hardtop. 260 V8,3 speed manual Tran.,390 gears. Darn thing was a little hot rod.
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Yep! 1964 ford futura 2 door hardtop. 260 V8,3 speed manual Tran.,390 gears. Darn thing was a little hot rod.
If I recall, the windshield washer was a small pedal on the left side. If you pushed it slowly you could turn the wipers on hands free. It freaked out the passengers.
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