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    Happy Fa**er's Day

    My kids, all grown up now, still as thoughtful as ever Happy FATHER'S day! (The claim was they didn't realize what it really said) Uh huh, sure, I believe that )

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    Re: Happy Fa**er's Day

    Glad my kids didn't see that shirt!
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    Re: Happy Fa**er's Day

    Smelt it dealt it!!

    Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!!
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    Re: Happy Fa**er's Day

    (And for our kids to complain about our, um, noises: how many of their incredibly stinky diapers did we change??)

    All in good fun - glad to see the sense of humor!
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    Re: Happy Fa**er's Day

    I got this for Fathers day from my Daughter. She found it in an antique store.

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    Re: Happy Fa**er's Day

    With a car attached?
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    Re: Happy Fa**er's Day

    Brings back memories. I think some were black or blue, not red.

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    Re: Happy Fa**er's Day

    No car attached unfortunately.

    I am thinking of making a display board for it.

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    Re: Happy Fa**er's Day

    This is the one on my TR3A

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    Brings back memories. I think some were black or blue, not red.
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    Re: Happy Fa**er's Day

    Looking back, I think the TR3 was the best sports car buy of all time. For $2,599.00, you got a genuine 100 mph car that got 30 mpg on regular gas, was reliable and could be fixed by anyone with a set of tools. The fact that so many of them are still on the road despite indifferent build quality, crude steering and suspension, leaky tops and lack of rustproofing is testimonial to their value.

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    Re: Happy Fa**er's Day

    "Crude but effective"!!!

    As my ex-pat Brit pal of thirty plus years has said: "Four wheels an' a board!"

    He's Guilds of London Certified and a hellofa friend. "Even half-right these things will work in th' bottom of a bucket o' s***e !"

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