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post #9 of (permalink) Old 09-07-2006
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this should probably be in the waving to other mustang drivers thread, but here goes...woke up early for a car show and was heading to dunkin donuts for my transfusion when a beautiful 68 passed me (opposite direction) and he waves to me...i'm so tired i'm thinking to myself (he's not waving at me, must think i'm someone else) and i also have in mind i'm not driving one of my old cars, so i don't react in time and blow off the wave....10 feet later it kicks into my dumb ass that this guy in this beautiful mustang was giving the stang a wave not me...what an ass i felt like..i'm always acknowledging fellow old car guys and fellow motorcyclists so i know what i was supposed to do...blame it on the hangover..i was hoping to see him at the car show i was heading to later so that i could appologize, but i guess he was just out for a ride..if your listening dude, i'm sorry!..i should check on the classsic forums, he's probably writing about what beanies s197ers are!

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