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  • Lynn
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    My favorite paragraph:
    We came back home and one day about two weeks later while driving to Anderson, Indiana I looked over in a field just north of town and there set a Starlight Coupe. I stopped and asked the owner if it was for sale. He said he didn’t think anyone would want it as it did not run. He said he would take $30 for it. I bought it, took it home and found some change under the back seat so I had less than $30 in it.

    Reminds me of my first car (but at least mine ran). 53 Chevy for $75.

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  • t walgamuth
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    It is appropriate but the Stude Tomato is more clever.

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  • Milaca
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    Originally posted by ddub View Post
    Noticed an amusing error, they called the Stude Tomato the Flyin' Tomato.
    Perhaps calling it the "Flyin' Tomato" is appropriate when it is loaded on the flatbed and being transported down the highway?

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  • ddub
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    Noticed an amusing error, they called the Stude Tomato the Flyin' Tomato.

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  • t walgamuth
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    Ted is a national treasure!

    Great article.

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  • wise raymond
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    Thanks for posting.an asome read..

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  • GrumpyOne
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    Well...

    I just spent an hour perusing all of the associated articles as well and bookmarked every one of 'em!

    Thank you for posting Ted's story as well...

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  • Lynn
    started a topic Ted Harbit Article in Hemmings

    Ted Harbit Article in Hemmings

    Atlhough the story is dated March 20, I just saw it in my emaled, "Hemmings Daily" If this is a repost feel free to delete.

    https://www.hemmings.com/stories/202...ign=2020-04-20
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