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  1. Capt Ed "Machete Eddie" McCourt" USMC (ret) still a Gunny at heart
    November 8, 2019 @ 12:07 pm

    My Dad owned a 1920 Chrysler that he drove through terrain like . We lived in w BIG home No Running water Chamber post and a four holer he had do pull to the furn PIt down wind from the prevailing winds Wood stoves firer places etc etc

    I never understood why we always lived so far from where he worked and why he changed his name every place we ever lived See attached. I was (7) seven the last time I ever saw him again. I’ll Send a couple of Attachments after this to explain who, and why, What I Mean o my own family and Myself.
    Semper Fi
    Ed

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  2. Unholyone
    October 30, 2019 @ 11:34 am

    Makes one appreciate oil that will eventually produce tar to cover the mud! Try traversing those roads in today’s cars (w/o 4 wheel drive which wasn’t invented then). Or, rolling the car over 3 times and getting in it and driving. Today’s cars would have collapsed!

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  3. moberndorf
    October 30, 2019 @ 9:36 am

    2-wheel drive! And probably cost less than $1000.

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