It’s Thankful Thursday hosted by Brian of Brian’s Home. He wants us to post what we’re thankful for.
I think it’s a good thing to do each week. Focus on the positive things in our lives.
Make sure you link up to the Blog Hop at Brian’s Home and get the code to put on your blog. Then visit all the participants.
YES I Did!! 2 good one’s in fact a 1965 Ford Mustang had 289 Cubic inch engine automatic transmission.
and a 1972 Plymouth Duster that had a Factory built hot rod 318 that was bored and stroked to 340 with 340 ci heads.With an Automatic transmission. The car would get up and go thankfly I never got a speeding ticket with it.
We did have epic cars and life was most fun. It was a wonderful time we had in our youth.
Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday, Mike. 🙂
Sandee,Yes Indeed,and there were a few epic fails on my part some I may or may not fully admit to!!🤣🤣💕💕
We remember all these. Well Dad does and loves them ALL! His Dad had a Cadillac like in the first image. He says he had all these songs in 45rpm. Of course he never did less than 4000 RPM and 100MPH Hee Hee
Nice cars. My hubby has a 69 Mustang, his is red too. 🙂
15andmeowing and i bet he did epis shit in it too.
Those were fun cars, I had a Duster too. Hey, I saw a bumper sticker that say I may be old but I’ve seen all of the good bands! Thanks for joining our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!
Brian,truth be told I had two Dusters the first one died an uneasy death it jumped a high curb hit a bridge railing and landed back in the road,the drivers side was totally trashed,and since it was used as a stunt car before I got it every thing that was bolted on was also welded.so the car was a mess.
Fun times! Yes, those were cool cars.
messymimi’s meanderings,You know it!!
Oh, you were lucky there! I love muscle cars! My dad had a silver 1968 Pontiac LaMans and that was his baby! Before the LaMans, he had a 1967 Mustang. He was definitely a sucker for muscle cars! 🙂