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    Millennial Anti Theft Device


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    That's hilarious. My Champ truck has a 3 speed column shift and I tell folks that is my anti-theft device. It always gets a laugh. Especially with older folks who have driven a 3 on the tree in the past.
    Thanks for sharing this.
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    Plus my 86 CJ-7 Jeep has the dual range transfer case twin stick's and a custom 1940's Studebaker truck old style floor mounted emergency brake lever....all on the center hump on the floor......It looks like a a small tree farm down there. One day for fun I tried to have the local medical location valet parking service park the truck......they paged me to help myself to ANY spot I wanted to use! Smiles, Sherm / Green Bay

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    Ain't it so!!!

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    This would stop most of them.


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    Oh boy ,thanks.....I am going to have that pattern silk screened and then I'll put it on the Jeep dash board!!!! Sherm / Green Bay

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    Where's 'Reverse'?

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    And... If they do actually steal your car....

    HTIH (Hope The Info Helps)

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    I think a "Trunk Thug" would be cool.

    Guy is trying to hotwire a car, the back seat drops forward, a big mafia-looking goomba climbs through, pulls a gun, plugs the malefactor in the head and then utters an old cliched mafia saying, "Wen yoo hunt. Let da game come to yoo," and climbs back into the trunk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hausdok View Post
    I think a "Trunk Thug" would be cool.

    Guy is trying to hotwire a car, the back seat drops forward, a big mafia-looking goomba climbs through, pulls a gun, plugs the malefactor in the head and then utters an old cliched mafia saying, "Wen yoo hunt. Let da game come to yoo," and climbs back into the trunk.
    Perhaps it would be more appropriate if he were to use a sap filled with buckshot. Less noise to allow him more time to stuff his fat face with canolli.
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    After reading this it got me to do some thinking. I was wondering how many people posting in this thread how many would know how to start and drive a Ford Model T with out any instructions or help of any type or doing any research? Another question how many would know how to start a steam powered car like a Stanley Steamer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Packard53 View Post
    I was wondering how many people posting in this thread how many would know how to start and drive a Ford Model A with out any instructions or help of any type or doing any research?
    How about a Model T?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8E45E View Post
    How about a Model T?

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    Craig Thanks for pointing out my mistake LOL.

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    When I drive my Model T to work the young guys I work with just scratch their heads when I explain how it's done.

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