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MUSEUM VISITS................; or, a day with MIKE & CLUTCH!!!!!!
Topic Started: Nov 28 2010, 08:52 PM (416 Views)
TECHMAN
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:lol: :lol: :lol:

FIRST STOP, the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky........... that is MIKE (SuperglueK5) on the left, and CLUTCH (Comer) on the right

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Inside the Corvette Museum............MIKE (on left), CLUTCH (center), me on the right.........

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OTHER STOP, Andy's Museum (which is right across from the Vette Museum, and has ALL KINDS of "super cool" cars !!!!!!!!!)

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ANOTHER STOP: A "vintage tin" Body Shop that we "stumbled across" while heading down to a hobby shop...............

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We had a great time running around in Bowling Green, but, was kinda "surprised" that a town of that size really "lacked" for Hobby Shops that handled plastics.......There was (of course) a HOBBY LOBBY, and then a new shop that had only been open "a short time", and he only carried (at this time) his "initial order" of plastics (which, I must admit, was "really decent" for a "first order".......)

DJ
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ricky12
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Looks like it was a great time fbr
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krwasson
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Looks like clutch wanted to take a spin in the 1970 Big Block "SS" El Camino :unsure: Those El Caminos are my weakness DJ 12r What's the white stuff on those cars? Is that snow down there :lol: Looks like some must see places if i get in that area :)))
Kevin
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