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Okay, I had completely forgotten about this. I'm finally processing photos from the Downtown area of Lexington, Missouri, I took about three years ago. The photo I took of the old Masonic Lodge has a bright Canary Yellow '55 Chevy Bel Aire parked in front of the building. I completely forgot how I drooled when that car pulled over when I was just down the street. So, the big question, do I get extra credit on the waymark because I didn't STEAL that car from that guy! :blink::laughing: Seriously, though, it was one of those chance encounters that make Waymarking a hoot! BTW, At least I got to show off that car in THREE separate Waymarking categories!

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It looks like you're using a photograph from the late 1950s that you found in your old photo albums.

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It looks like you're using a photograph from the late 1950s that you found in your old photo albums.

 

I only take out the DeLorean on "Special occasions" - besides, I'm an old fart, but not THAT old! :rolleyes:

:laughing: That car was old when I was born in the early '60's! ...and get off my lawn, you dang kids!

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Saw this bright red 1967 Dodge Charger in Taralga, an interesting village which I've waymarked. The number plate leaves no doubt as to its pedigree.

 

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Saw this bright red 1967 Dodge Charger in Taralga, an interesting village which I've waymarked. The number plate leaves no doubt as to its pedigree.

 

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Ummm there's just one word.... SWEEEEEEET!!!! That car would do in a pinch.

I realize, that the next time I go Waymarking, I'll have a beautiful building and a beatup Yugo in front of it!

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I'm still on the fence over this one. It it had been a 57 or a 57 Nomad I'd definitely give you extra credit but the 55 and 56 have always seemed too pedestrian stylistically to me. The yellow is worth a coupla extra points though...

 

Anyhoo, here's what the average high school student in Revelstoke, BC drives.

 

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Keith

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