This looks exactly like my first Stingray in 1968
Except mine had a sissy-bar on the back..
And it didn't necessarily have to be your own hose. Nobody cared cuz we turned the water off when we were done.Garden hose water is the absolute best in summertime heat. Especially because it allows a young boy to get hydrated without answering all of a watchful mother’s questions in the kitchen.
Yep, that’s required equipment down there for sure. My first car was a 68 mustang with two knobs for the air conditioning they were called window cranks plus the wing windows were a god send. LOLMy first car was a powder-blue ‘61 Impala. Had an aftermarket air conditioner in it, which was great in the humidity of the South. Great little car.
I peeled a lot of Chittum when I was a kid.Giggen frogs, peeling and dryen chittum bark, sneaking into the high school foot ball games, trying to ride the neighbors greasy sheep at night.. Sleeping out side all summer long, swimming and rafting the pond.
Squeeking windows at Halloween (sewing thread and a thumb tack, you could make a neighbors windows squeak from across the street and drive em nuts)
I never saw that but it was after I went away to college that I learned that the correct place to leave your keys was not the ignition. It still haunts me because now I can never find them.Remember the PSA 'Lock your car. Take your keys.'?
I had a bike alot like this when I was a kid it was called a Demon purchased from western auto if i remember correctly about 1968ish
Yup! I had a 65 with a 289 C4 auto..it was beat to hell too..it was 10 years old when I got it for $750Yep, that’s required equipment down there for sure. My first car was a 68 mustang with two knobs for the air conditioning they were called window cranks plus the wing windows were a god send. LOL
I got mine in 75 for $675, paid $75 a month. Mine also had a 289 C4 auto, was in great condition with 56k miles and only one dent in the top of driver's door (couldn't figure out how that happened either)... I drove it like I stole it!!!Yup! I had a 65 with a 289 C4 auto..it was beat to hell too..it was 10 years old when I got it for $750
???....... Overview. Cascara sagrada meaning “sacred bark” is a large deciduous shrub/tree found in Pacific Northwest forests. Cascara bark (or “chittum”) has been used by Native Americans for hundreds of years as a natural laxative and has been marketed by the pharmaceutical industry since the late 1800s.I peeled a lot of Chittum when I was a kid.
We used to get way down on the ground and drink from crystal clear, ice cold springs coming out of the rock in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah.We always drank straight out of a small streams that surfaced from under ground. ,creeks rivers , and not once did anyone get sick.