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Andrew D Charger Chaser

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  1. I've seen two here in Tucson, Arizona. One was a '68 and was okay, but there was a '69 around for a while that was absolutely fantastic!! Better than a lot of the ones I've seen online. TRUE STORY: First time I saw the '69 I just mentioned, I drove into the Target parking lot and parked right next to it. I stepped out and was so amazed that I locked myself out of the car with the keys in the ignition, engine running!!! I had to walk about 2 miles home in the Arizona summer heat (about 105F probably) to get the spare key.
  2. I'm a musician and music teacher in the barrios of South Tucson. I'm a concert flutist and piccoloist, although I play more guitar in the classroom. I'm also an arranger; I teach the only public school handbell choir in the area, and I arrange some pretty bizarre stuff for them, meaning things you'd never expect to hear with handbells. We've done Metallica, Led Zeppelin, Evanescence, and songs like "The Fox" and "Happy."
  3. You know more about each obscure guest character's bio than was ever shown or even hinted in the show.
  4. Heya Mike, great to see you over here after all our time over on ARC!
  5. Heya Crowe! I've seen your postings over there, glad to see ya over here!
  6. Thank you all! Actually, here's a thread showing some of the progress on my now-almost-finished build of Uncle Jesse's Ford pickup: http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=286020
  7. YEEEEEEHAAAAAAAWWWWWW.......... A big how-dee from the desert southwest of Tucson, Arizona! Actually I'm a native New Englander (north of Boston MA), and it was the Dukes who first introduced my brother and myself to words like "ain't" and "y'all", which of course we had never heard in Massachusetts. Much to our parents' horror.... I did spend 7 years of my adult life in the Deep South, marrying into a North Louisiana family who remembered when, during the show's heyday, almost every little town had someone who had a General Lee, with varying degrees of quality. I'm an award-winning mas
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