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1972coronet

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About 1972coronet

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  • Birthday 04/16/1970

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    1/25 & 1/24

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    Murrieta 92562 , Ca
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    John Shoe

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  1. That must be the PMRC release of that album...
  2. Exactly : animals acting like... animals. That's how it's supposed to work , as heartbreaking as it is (ergo , the kittens' mum disappearing) . Those solid-back chatons look like they're having fun ! Thank you for caring for your animal companions 😎
  3. That's a nice chunk o' ejection pin marque on the floorboard ! Rightly ridiculous for a then-new tooling !
  4. While I didn't read their Top 500 Albums list , I can say that I've my own 'Top' list --- many which I'm almost certain are low on their list ; to wit : - Velvet Underground White Light / White Heat (1968) - MC5 Lick Out The Jams (1969) - Johnny Thunders' Heartbreakers L.A.M.F. (1977) - Small Faces Ogden's Nut Gone Flake (1968) - Arthur Lee & Love Forever Changes (1967) - Humble Pie Live Rockin' The Fillmore East (1971) - Byrds Notorious Byrd Brothers (1968) - Judas Priest Rocka-Rolla (1974) - Pink Floyd Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967) - New York Dolls New York Dolls (1973) - Miles Davis On The Corner (1972) - ad infinitum , ad nauseam...
  5. Cool concept , great execution ! The 1972 Valiant Charger --with the 245 cube Hemi six-- was the quickest and fastest car in Oz that year . Would be nice if either Revell ( hey , they produced a Trabant ! ) or Tamiya would replicate this iconic junior supercar .
  6. That interior door panel looks GREAT ! Such an intricate design to replicate ( I can imagine the original design proposal from c.1965 ) --- you've succeeded and then some .
  7. A noticeable improvement recognised this morning . Thanks much !
  8. More and more ads daily... Starting to resemble Times Square (sans the "53rd & 3rd" types) .
  9. Humble Pie ! Steve Marriott ( Small Faces ) , guitar and vocals ; Peter Frampton ( The Herd ) , guitar and vocals ; Greg Ridley ( Spooky Tooth ) , bass ; Jerry Shirley ( Apostolic Intervention ) , drums . Live version of Stone Cold Fever :
  10. Thanks much 😎. I love all animal companions ; one can't go wrong with a superior being who's there for you no matter what . There used to be a lithe Calico ( Dilute Calico , specifically ) around the apartments here ; her name was 'Baby' . That little scamp kept all of the Date Palm Rats at-bay ! Haha ! She'd patrol the area where the trees are , making certain that those rats didn't come-down the trees . Funniest thing to observe . Hopefully mother cat will return . It's unusual for a mum to abandon her brood , regardless of the circumstances . Heck , I've seen countless videos of canines caring for kittens ; mother cats feeding puppies ; and other "unusual" practises of matriarchy . Thank you for being a great pet parent , and for sharing your story with us 🙂 .
  11. That's one gorgeous companion ! Thank you for the photo and for sharing your story with us .
  12. This afternoon (around 15:30) , napping on "my" chair !
  13. Quickest and fastest police car until 1992 was the 1969 Polara , CHP-spec. What made those special was that the CHP used to specify their own cam grinds --- until c.1975 ( then Jerry Brown , blah-blah-blah , yadda yadda , etc. ) . Even the 1978 Monaco ( mid-sized B-platform by then --by 1976-- not the C-body ) was hot . The 440 was layin' down 255hp , even with its 'white gas' compression ratio , and even with California's notorious emissions equipment . I don't know exactly what year the CHP started using the 440... 1966 was its first year ( C-body-only option ) , and was available in something like 3 different power ratings ( 350hp , 360hp , and 365hp ) .
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