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Re: carforce number one
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John, you stole the show. My narrative was on the way to North Korea. To be honest I don't have any friendly comment on this country and wonder that the sun still is shining there. Unfortunately the roaring mouse has one or two big firecrackers. Ok, back to old cars.

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To close the circle a picture that shows the young --> Kim Il Sung and his new car in 1958. Make sure to click the embedded link.

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Posted on: 2011/2/13 21:55
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Guscha

I think they could revive their economy by hiring themselves out as professional mourners

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Posted on: 2011/2/13 22:14
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JHH wrote:.....It reminds me of The Mouse That Roared.....
A very funny film.

Posted on: 2011/2/14 1:28
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Re: carforce number one
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BTW Did you know that Mr. Nixon had been on a good footing with Soviet cars?



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Posted on: 2011/2/14 14:30
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Not sure I'd try that standing on the hood bit on a Packard. Must be the Russian cars were a bit more tank like after all.

Posted on: 2011/2/14 15:43
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In those early years Mr. Nixon hasn't been a political heavy weight.

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Not sure I'd try that standing on the hood bit on a Packard. Must be the Russian cars were a bit more tank like after all.


One or another tank would consider itself fortunate to be a bit more ZIS like.

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Good to know that he never walked alone.


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Posted on: 2011/2/15 5:39
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Oh no, there's more to come.


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I would like to construct a new hypothesis. There was one moment in time when the White House including several congressmen tried to control the fate of the nation from the hood of a Soviet car.
Do we see the moment of coining the term "nationhood"?


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