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The wife pretty much totaled my 87 yesterday.
 

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· El Camino Central Founder/Co-Founder N.E.C.O.A.
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Robert,
I assume your bride is OK, at least from the wreck itself.
Looks like it might be time to consider a Choo Choo front end! :nanawrench:
Take care,
bill
Yes, she's fine, bruised pride, but otherwise unhurt, choo choo ! I think I will probably get Gumby back on the road now first.
PS, still working up your est.
 

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..OUCH,Now I'm having second thoughts....

..glad the wife is ok,that front clip can be replace.:beer:
 

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At least your car took the hit, not your wife.

Cars can be fixed, a good wife is irreplacable.

Glad she's ok.
 
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Ouch!...Glad she only suffered a few bruises! That just proves older cars are better cause airbags aren't needed when you have a real steel tank to drive....:nanawrench:
 

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Maybe you could put that studebaker nose on it!:poke:

Any pics of the other car? Curious what that much twisted metal on the elky did to one of today's plastic and tin cans.
 

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Best wishes to your wife, Robert. She must be a saint, putting up with you all these years!
She is. and she is really heartbroken over the elky and keeps apologizing for crashing it.
I told her it's just a car, insured and replaceable, no one hurt, no foul. If she had been in her plastic Cadillac, she would have been hurt.
 
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