Thursday, May 21, 2009
...AND IN AN IRONIC AND ALMOST COMEDIC TURN OF EVENTS...
I just bought this truck. It has everything a guy could want in an old truck. It has power steering, power disc brakes, a built 350ci engine, a 700r4 overdrive automatic transmission, and a tilt steering wheel.It's even tubbed, so there is literally no limit to the size tires I can stuff under it. There is one thing that it doesn't have, though... It doesn't have turn signals.
Posted by Garry Weaver at 6:50 PM
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Nice truck, though -- for a Chevy, that is.
Well, then you'd fit right in here where I live, because it seems that my town is a "signal free" zone.
I wouldn't mind a truck. I'm kind of tired of driving around in a mini-van; makes me feel frumpy.
Thanks. How is your old Ford truck comin' along?
You ain't frumpy...even in a mini-van.
Turns signals are only required if you have to turn. Just drive it in straight lines for now.
Garry, my project has been slowed down and scaled back a bit. I've got one of my boys working on the brakes right now.
I am tempted to say that brakes should be your least concern with a Ford, but I won't say it.
I can do hand signals. However, my hand signals differ significantly from those commonly used by the friendly Titusville motorists.
Garry, as a cyclist, I like to make up my own hand signals as I go. I feel the world is ready for such as this because, let's face it, we live in a subjective, post modern society. People should instinctively know that the interpretive dance my arm is doing means I am about to turn or something.
By the way, I noticed you changed the pic.
Oh and I can't get to my facebook account for a while, so it may be a bit before I open the door over there. lol.
Garry, I appreciate your self-restraint. It shows maturity.
My word verification is frogive. Is that the opposite of forgive, like froward is the opposite of toward?
David, nope, it has to do with seventies hair styles.
I will tollerate no tossing around of the "H" word on this blog.
I make it easy...
Don't worry about a lack of signals. Most people I observe don't use them anyway.
What a great litle pick-up bro. Garry! Superb. I believe I could just do hand signals & get alone real fine in that little dandy!
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