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With another little one on the way, I'm thinking you might need a little more room:

1977 Fleetwood limo

It even has 2 b-pillars, so they cancel each other out.

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Hahhahaha. something like that... :spin:

Thanks for posting that, although I am wicked tempted to

call the number I'm not in a position to buy it/store it, and

if I make that call I just might do something stupid, like

drive to MO tonight, and with my luck, Amelia will decide

to make her grand entrance & I'll end up living inside the

limo after my wife serves me my divorce papers. :P

(Only $1000? XP: save that car for the demolition derby!)

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Hahhahaha. something like that... :spin:

Thanks for posting that, although I am wicked tempted to

call the number I'm not in a position to buy it/store it, and

if I make that call I just might do something stupid, like

drive to MO tonight, and with my luck, Amelia will decide

to make her grand entrance & I'll end up living inside the

limo after my wife serves me my divorce papers. :P

(Only $1000? XP: save that car for the demolition derby!)

He was talking to me, not you.

Satty: How did you know I was pregnant?

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Hey Fly, whats up?

(I dont remember the password for that account :()

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Hmmm...that limo reminds me of the one in the opening theme/credits of TV's 'Diff'rent Strokes'......

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>>"2 B-pillars..."<<

Show me a vehicle with only 1 B-Pillar. Oh- you meant 4. No; the second set would be the C-Pillars.

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'Twas a joke

Main Entry:

1joke Listen to the pronunciation of 1joke

Pronunciation:

\ˈjōk\

Function:

noun

Etymology:

Latin jocus; perhaps akin to Old High German gehan to say, Sanskrit yācati he asks

Date:

1670

1 a: something said or done to provoke laughter ; especially : a brief oral narrative with a climactic humorous twist b (1): the humorous or ridiculous element in something (2): an instance of jesting : kidding <can't take a joke> c: practical joke d: laughingstock2: something not to be taken seriously : a trifling matter <consider his skiing a joke — Harold Callender> —often used in negative constructions <it is no joke to be lost in the desert>

Good day sir

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