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  1. Thread: New digs

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    Re: New digs

    Mike - thanks for the good wishes. As the house pre-dates the Revolution, would be interesting to know what side the owner was on before and during the conflict.

    (Most New England farmers at...
  2. Thread: Next week...

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    Re: Next week...

    hmmm - what are these things called "turn signals"?

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    Re: Friendly reminder

    That is *funny*!
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    Re: Hello from California

    What a great looking TR! Again, congratulations.

    You could find the original color and interior by getting a certificate from:
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    Re: November 23, 1957

    Jeez Paul - you folks down in Fairfield Cty have all the luck. Adventure, excitement, the merry circus never ends!

    OK - back to watching the paint dry.

    (Congrats on the 55th.)
    Tom M.
  6. Thread: New digs

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    Re: New digs

    Well, the house was built around 1750, but I was only a child back then.



    Yep - family arrived in this area around 1638, so I figured I'd better stay.

    Seriously, the acres of woods, the old...
  7. Thread: New digs

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    Re: New digs

    Ain't that the truth! Seeing 30 years of your life and work go down the tubes isn't fun; hopefully my sanity and patience will slowly recover at the new place.

    Belongings now in cardboard...
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    Re: demon 221 bonjour de la france tr3

    Désolé mais votre photo a disparu!Comment vous êtes-vous intéressé au TR3?

    Sorry but your photo is gone! How did you get interested in the TR3?
    Tom M.
  9. Thread: New digs

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    New digs

    Many BCF'rs know I've been struggling (enduring, seething, yelling, bashing head into wall, etc.) with the decline in our neighborhood over the last dozen years. Diesel pickups screeching tires,...
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    Re: Hello from California

    Gene - welcome to BCF. Lucky man to have a TR that belonged to your dad.

    I wasn't quite so lucky, but am fortunate that my dad showed me basics of car maintenance and repair, back in the 1950s. ...
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    Re: Fun with phones.

    Dave - good to see you back at BCF.

    After a year of searching, I finally found the "new" house. I'll email details.

    Best to you and Peg.
    Tom M.
  12. Thread: November 22

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    Re: November 22

    Mike - excellent post, and excellent photo.

    Why not start a new thread, on just such a thing. "Small bits of history" we remember. Maybe photos too.

    Thanks.
    Tom M.
  13. Thread: November 22

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    Re: November 22

    Paul - where were you on May 7 or 8?

    Germany's surrender was rumored all over the world on May 7; officially announced on May 8. Here's the Hartford Courant on that day -

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    And no...
  14. Thread: November 22

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    Re: November 22

    Agree! The history, and what we personally experienced!

    :encouragement:
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    Re: A40 Devon Countryman project

    That is such a classic!

    Engine bay looks very good. What are your plans for the interior?

    (Oh, to have more storage space ...)
    Tom M.
  16. Thread: November 22

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    Re: November 22

    same here.
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    Re: Newby from Gran Canaria

    Vikingo, welcome to BCF. As we call them here, the Canaries are one of the places I always wanted to visit.

    What got you interested in German cars? My first one was a 1961 M-B 220S. Later a...
  18. Thread: November 22

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    November 22

    I was in social studies class at Paschal High School, Fort Worth, Texas. It was 1963, my sophomore year.

    Around noon, the PA speaker system beeped, and our principal, Charles Berry, said he was...
  19. Thread: Idyllic Video

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    Re: Idyllic Video

    He gave up the punt (and his lady and his dog!) to save the pole.

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    Re: I must be bored...

    That is hysterical!

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  21. Thread: Idyllic Video

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    Re: Idyllic Video

    Paul - there are several barges shown. One is even a steam-powered barge. There are a couple scenes showing the barge man using a pole to keep the barge moving. Also a scene showing a barge man...
  22. Thread: hello

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    Re: hello

    Welcome to BCF. How'd you get interested in getting a TR6?

    Tom M.
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    Re: Long time owner

    Lance - welcome to BCF. That is a *great* car history - you are a lucky man to have that car since 1969.

    Yes, please do post photos! Here's a video on one of the many ways to do that.
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  24. Thread: Idyllic Video

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    Re: Idyllic Video

    JP - that is quite a wonderful film. Thanks for posting it. Barry's music is a pleasant change from the usual "rinky dinky piano" often used for silent films.

    I can't help but thinking ... all...
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    Re: Fun with phones.

    Tomorrow: "We're sorry, but you didn't call us back. Your Railroad Retirement Benefits will be stopped immediately."

    :playful:
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