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foster461

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  • Birthday 10/10/1952

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    http://newenglandtriumphs.org/
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    Dunstable, MA, USA
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    Assistant Director of New England Triumphs.

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  1. Pity the fool that buys a TR3.
  2. Typically the tow company will sell the towed vehicle at auction and you can go along and bid on the car. Mark may have a path where he can work with a local tow company. Stan
  3. From the Oregon DMV You cannot claim ownership of an abandoned vehicle on your property. DMV cannot give you the name or address of the person who owns the vehicle. To have an abandoned vehicle towed from your private property, you must first follow the steps in ORS 98.830. DMV does not provide a “form” for the notice, the information can be written on a piece of paper. Give the notice to the tow company who removes the vehicle. To report an abandoned vehicle on a public road, contact your local law enforcement agency.
  4. A typical RV gets around 7mpg and has a 200g tank so they are paying around $1000 today to fill up the tank and drive around 1500 miles. When I look at my current fleet (that doesnt include an RV but does include an F150 at around 16mpg) the TR3 is looking pretty good. Stan
  5. Yep, sounds like a TR3, drives like a TR3.
  6. You are a wicked man Roger and I see a smack on the head coming your way.
  7. Season greetings from the US east coast and wishing everyone all the best for 2022 and putting this pandemic behind us. Here's my buddy's Mayflower all decked out for Xmas.
  8. We were also poor, never had turkey that I recall. Also my mom hated cooking so that is also a factor. My wife grew up with cranberry jelly (no actual cranberries) out of a can so that is what she prefers. Cranberries are grown and harvested locally in cranberry bogs and I do like cranberry English muffins but never acquired a taste for cranberry sauce. Thanks all for the info and I hope you all are having a very Merry Christmas.
  9. Watching last years "All Creatures great and small" xmas show and there on the table is a bowl of cranberries. My recollection of UK Christmas dinner did not include cranberry sauce so is that really a UK thing or a regional thing or a class thing ?. Who in the UK had cranberry sauce, cranberry dressing with their Christmas dinner ? Stan
  10. Welcome back Roger. It was a only a short absence but we missed you.
  11. These boys never disappoint.
  12. The USA is often described as a nation of immigrants, usually as a reminder to the white nationalists and racists that want to keep brown people out and.or send them "home". Unless you are a native american you are either a direct immigrant like me or descended from immigrants fairly recently in historical terms. So all we are debating is when did you or your parents, grandparents etc get here. Americans will often proudly describe themselves in terms of their heritage, Irish, Polish etc. My wife is from Iowa and is half Irish, half Swedish. There are always issues with managing immigration so
  13. Lovely picture Sue. Would have been the same picture in 1965 I bet.
  14. Pizza boxes here have a warning, Open box before eating pizza. This is what has become of the human race.
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