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Moser
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VFTHW - Venice 10.14.19
Posted on: 10/15/2019 07:02 AM

Click here to see the view from Gerry's camera in Venice, CA: 10.14.19.


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alfaman1
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Re: VFTHW - Venice 10.14.19
Posted on: 10/20/2019 10:47 AM

‘All’s well that ends well’ then!
The Porsche in the photo is a 356. A hardtop version of the cabrio being driven down the desert road in the Horse video alongside a 911.Perhaps it reminded Gerry of the pair of them zooming along with sand dust billowing up their nostrils.
Sorry to be an anorak😉
Cool it Chaps....let’s get back on the road as we were...life’s too short.
Peace and Love.
Derrick x
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King_of_Glass
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Re: VFTHW - Venice 10.14.19
Posted on: 10/20/2019 12:44 PM

Derrick - Still not the correct thread because the red convertible is something like a 1964 American Motors car.

Trivia question about it: what early 70s hit song written by Dickey Betts might have the man in the song driving this '64 AMC car?.

(Hint: the song title fits with the model of this red convertible.)
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alfaman1
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Re: VFTHW - Venice 10.14.19
Posted on: 10/20/2019 03:43 PM

Blimey! too hard for me! Where’s Shasta when I need her!..she’d know immediately.
Keep stirring😉
All the best.
Dx
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King_of_Glass
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Re: VFTHW - Venice 10.14.19
Posted on: 10/21/2019 08:56 PM

King_of_Glass Trivia question about it: what early 70s hit song written by Dickey Betts might have the man in the song driving this '64 AMC car?.

(Hint: the song title fits with the model of this red convertible.)


The answers:

The AMC Model Is...

The 70s hit song Dickey Betts wrote (and sang) is the following:

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alfaman1
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Re: VFTHW - Venice 10.14.19
Posted on: 10/22/2019 02:32 PM

Aha...The Allman Brothers! 1972. Amazing guitar skill. The year I bought my first car...an orange Beetle(you call it a Bug) Often drove to Germany and sat in it listening to American Forces network on my Blaupunkt playing America, CSN&Y, Poco, Firefall, The Byrds. We have a car programme here called Top Gear and they used to have The Allman Bos as their intro. These are the groups I would wish for on the America cruises they do. I’ve missed out some....suggestions?
Derrick x
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King_of_Glass
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Re: VFTHW - Venice 10.14.19
Posted on: 10/23/2019 08:19 AM

Derrick - I'm not sure there's anything left of the Allman Brothers Band being that both of the Allman brothers are now deceased and Dickey Betts having had a stroke. I never really was into their music. Can't say that I ever purchased anything they released. I saw on YouTube that the sons of the founding members of the Allman Brothers are performing as the Allman Betts Band.

Yes, we call the Beetle a "Bug" here in the States. As a kid along with my older brother and sister while being driven to elementary school by our dad each school day, we'd play a game concerning the Bug. We'd look for any on the street or parked, and we'd each try to be the first to spot one. We'd say, "I see a Bug" and point to it. By the time we arrived at school, we'd see who the winner was that spotted the most Bugs. With no smart phones and such that was one of the ways we'd entertain ourselves back in the day.
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