And a Happy B-day to hemikillerstg1 !!!

Discussion in 'The Bench' started by David Gramlow, Dec 10, 2002.

  1. Hope you're having a good one, Chris! :beer You ARE a youngster, aren't you? Barely older than my wife! (yep, I robbed the cradle) :Brow:

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  2. hemikillerstg1

    hemikillerstg1 History Repeating Itself

    Thanks Dave!!!

    I am just now recovering from seeing Tom Petty last night.
    The In-laws got me a Shelving system to hold all my die cast cars so I had to go shopping and buy a few more to fill the spaces up.

    BTW let me know when you are ready for the 455 swap I have a TH400 for ya!!!!!
  3. :rolleyes: ...quite a ways off, I'm afraid... :(

    I hadn't planned on switching to a 400, but I could change my mind...that wouldn't be a direct swap from the Th350 though, would it? :confused:

    Aren't you a little young to appreciate TP? :laugh: :pp
  4. hemikillerstg1

    hemikillerstg1 History Repeating Itself

    Too young?
    Ummm NO:Brow:
    I am a throwback, I saw TP for the first time when Him and Dylan and the Dead toured in 84. I've also seen Marshall Tucker Band, Ozark Mountain Daredevils, The Dead like 80 times, Robin Trower, Richie Havens, J.J. Cale, Arlo Guthrie, The Who, Jethro Tull, Yes, Molly Hatchet, and many I don't remember!!!!
  5. I have to admit I've been to precious few live concerts. I sadly missed seeing Jethro Tull in Fargo about 2-3 yrs ago... I did make it to Elton John about 5 yrs ago here...excellent concert, all older stuff he did. I even missed out on The Moody Blues in Fargo...TWICE!! However, I DID catch a lot of Fleetwood Mac here in the mid-70's. Didn't actually ATTEND, but I was here at a basketball camp and stayed on campus, where the concert was held...way too cool!
  6. Marco

    Marco Well-Known Member

    Happy Birthday Chris!
  7. Jim Weise

    Jim Weise 1000+HP

    Ha, your catching up to me...:shock: :laugh:

    Hope it was a good one, and you'll have to stop by for a cold Dew sometime... Lots of cool stuff to look at these days.

  8. SmittyDawg

    SmittyDawg Need another garage....

    Ya but, you haven't LIVED until you see Herman's Hermits in concert! Heck, my wife saw a chunky Elvis in person about a month before he finished his last peanut butter and banana san'wich!

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Chris!!!:beer :beer :beer
  9. Yardley

    Yardley Club Jackass

    I saw Herman's Hermits at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City in 1963. I was 3 and still remember my dad holding me up to view them on stage...:pp

    For everyone who never saw Joe Walsh when he could still function... too bad. Man he cooked.

    And Springsteen in 1978...

    And Jackson Browne on 1978's Running on Empty tour...

    And Hot Tuna electric in a bar...

    And The Radiators in ANY bar in 1990 - 93

    Happy B'day Chris!
  10. hemikillerstg1

    hemikillerstg1 History Repeating Itself

    I would have loved to see Joe Walsh back in the 70's, I Saw Jackson Browne Monday with TP. Thanks to all for wishing me a Happy Birthday!!!!!! If this resto don't kill me I'll see 35 next year.

    For anyone that wants to see my work in progress

    JW, I'll be in touch with you soon about getting my Dash bezel redone.
  11. SmittyDawg

    SmittyDawg Need another garage....

    Hey Chris, by the way, in case you haven't seen one in person....Jim's restored dash bezels look AWESOME.:TU:
  12. Jim Weise

    Jim Weise 1000+HP

    Thanks Cole...:TU:

    One is gonna look good in your car!

    Wow Chris, that's quite a effort you have going on there to save one... kudo's :TU:

  13. hemikillerstg1

    hemikillerstg1 History Repeating Itself

    It's all worth it to save a GS Ragtop, I go thru moments of panic when I think what I started. I never intended to take it this far, but as I went along I realized that I would have to basically redo everything. I have only driven the car twice. Once on the trailer and once off.
    In the end it's all going to be worth it. This has been my dream car since I was 15. :beer

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