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Online jigsaw puzzle of the rear tire of a red classic car. The whitewall tires and chrome bumper complete the vintage look.

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rahrah1820
Mar 23, 2018
Gorgeous! I learned to drive on a '49 Caddy. Now I have a car that's the color of this one, and still almost got hit in the parking lot today! Do people not see bright red? lol
CatLadyOKC
Mar 24, 2018
I learned to drive in a 1950 Lincoln, getting it around corners was my problem, as I remember it was like driving a tank. No power steering.
rahrah1820
Mar 25, 2018
Oh yeah, I remember how long those Lincolns were, but oh, so pretty! We had a lemon colored one once. My dad was an auto mechanic (before computers took over) and he was always getting junkers and fixing them up. I never had to worry about my car as long as he lived. Now, it's a major concern anytime I need to take it to someone to look at.
CatLadyOKC
Mar 25, 2018
We are still using out Buick...before all of this computers in them. We have low mileage since we don't travel, too hard on hubby.
rahrah1820
Mar 25, 2018
My first car was a Buick Skylark. That thing was huge compared to a lot of today's cars. My dad liked it because he thought I'd be safer in it. You say you don't travel, have you ever been able to? I love it, but I've not done a lot of it in my lifetime.
CatLadyOKC
Mar 25, 2018
We didn't do much, just a couple weeks each year to NM-where brother's family, & to Ark. when my parents, most of family in Ks. where were, also camped out at lakes near. Then when we moved to OKC. still the kid were in swimming to we went to meets almost every week end. but when hubby broke his neck we in '89 it was to hard on him. But also my parents lived here for a number years. Now most of our family here, daughter & son, his brother lives in KS & they have now retired & they come thru every so often. My brother has just retired & they have moved to Dallas area (that's where is kids live). That's about the close family we have now.
rahrah1820
Mar 26, 2018
My family lives within 200 miles of each other now, and my generation are all retired. I have a daughter here in Tucson who is married with two teens. It's nice to be close to them. I lived in Joplin for about 1 1/2 years, and El Paso about the same amount of time, but otherwise in Arizona. I love this State, but I would like to see more of the USA. So many beautiful and interesting things to see.
CatLadyOKC
Mar 26, 2018
Guess I've traveled more than I thought, at one time I counted the states and had been in 1/2 of the states. Most of that was when I was still young & living with my parents. Don't remember some of the trips, did get to go to Yellowstone in Wy. I was a freshman in HS. I also have been to New Orleans I was in my early 20's was not impressed with it.
CatLadyOKC
Aug 15, 2012
Used to drive one of these, but it was green... It wasn't a classic then, just used...
toadalove
Aug 15, 2012
I always had a used car. Still do!
CatLadyOKC
Aug 15, 2012
I had one new car, a '67 Camero. I learned to drive in a 51 Lincoln, was like driving a tank.
We have a '90 Buick & a 2002 Buick now...
toadalove
Aug 17, 2012
Wow! A '67 Camero. Nice! Learned how to drive in a Chevy too! Mine was not new
CatLadyOKC
Aug 18, 2012
Our granddaughter drives a 93 Camero, which is constantly in the shop. She get it used a couple of years ago when she was a senior in high school so she would have a car to drive in college. She drives the '90 Buick when her grandfather is working on her car.
toadalove
Aug 15, 2012
Great view of a car from when I was young! Boy those were the days!
JAMP124
Aug 15, 2012
Love classic cars.
toadalove
Aug 15, 2012
Me too!
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