Gerik Parmele wrote:
> I really enjoyed the pictures of your 'shirley', thanks for sharing. In fact
> I've really enjoyed looking a pictures of everyone else's cars on websites
> I've seen posted here.
> I've also enjoyed reading this list since I subscribed a couple of weeks
> ago. Since I don't own a spridget (yet) I am lucky to live vicariously
> though everyone here.
> I've always loved A.H. Bugeye's ever since my dad bought one when I was 13
> or so. It wasn't perfect, needed a little work here and there. But it was a
> blast to ride in, even when the passenger side door would fly open when
> taking a hard left turn. I couldn't wait to get my Drivers License and get
> behind the wheel, but alas it wasn't to be. One morning I was coming home
> from my newspaper route and all I see is half of the bugeye sticking out of
> the garage. Closer inspection reveled that my big sister drove the thing
> through the garage door as she hurried off to school. :
> http://www.ginetworks.com/~gerik/bugeye.html : (there's a picture if your
> stomach can handle the sight, heh heh). My dad sold it soon afterwards. Last
> I heard it was in a field somewhere in Nebraska. (sigh)
> So that's why I love bugeye's and I love looking at them. I hope to find one
> I can buy someday. Sorry to take up so much space on the list.
Are you on speaking terms with your sister, yet? :)
'87 RX-7 TII: 1/4 mile in 7.500 sec @ 120 mph
'90 GS-500E: 1/4 mile in 8.182 sec @ 110 mph
MCMLXIX Sprite: Rusted, rested, and ready. MotorToad rides again.
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