Posted on July 11, 2021 Updated on July 12, 2021
More shots from Georgetown, Texas. Here is my previous post. ~Vic
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I never liked stick shift! I saw a really antique car yesterday in a parking lot. Funny how automobiles have definitely changed over time!
Not many people can drive a stick, anymore. I actually prefer it.
In comparison to the cars of today, the older ones have more character or style. I miss metal bumpers and analog dials.
I’d rather drive a stick as well.
Love the car. I wonder what they have under the hood. People (nowadays) have to chain up their hood ornaments because other people steal them.
Damn. I didn’t know that. I can’t stand a thief.
Great shots, Vic 👌 . . . but
give me a ’57 Chevy, anytime.
More room in the back seat
… if you know what I mean 😎
I hear ya’!
Just awesome Vic…I could see Bugs Malone jump out or Al Capone.
Oh, yeah. Badass cars with badass people.
They are that I agree. They had style back in those days.
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