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Other People's Cars I've Driven
Since my own car kept
getting run over by trees, I can’t own a car of my own anymore.
But I used to have a bunch of friends with really nice cars that I got
to drive. Here’s a list of the most memorable. (I hope to have
pictures later, pending litigation.)
This was one red hot little number. This one and the Diablo were the
shortest cars I got to drive. (The Diablo was the shortest, only about
knee-high). It was so low, I wanted to see if it would fit under a semi
tractor trailer at 120 MPH. I figured that since the Diablo
didn’t fit, maybe going faster would make the F-50 fit. Well,
when I gave the keys back, I told my friend that he was lucky, because
now he had a convertible. Pearl (my wife) thought that was funny. I
think the car was made in Italy.
See Ferrari F-50 above. I think the Diablo was made in Italy.
I got hired to drive this car across the country for some rich guy who
was moving across the country. That way, he could fly and I got to
drive. I almost made it out of the parking lot, too, except the car
wouldn’t fit between the great big concrete posts holding up the
parking lot sign that said "Not an Exit." And I must have tried at
least a dozen times. I was gonna give it another go, but the motor
finally fell out. I think the car was made in Italy.
Porche 911 Cabriolet
It had good tires, but not great tires. And in Colorado, you need great
tires. I don’t think I’ll be getting a picture of this one
any time soon. I was lucky to bail out when I did, cause just 200 yards
later, the car went right off the road and over the mountainside. I
think it was made in Italy.
This one was a classic 63 with the divider down the back window. That
divider thingy is supposed to make it worth more than the 64, but in my
case that’s what got the car crunched. It’s because of the
divider thingy in the back window that I didn’t see the moving
van behind me. Other than that, it was really nice.
Earl’s TV and Appliance Repair Web Site Extravaganza Supreme
Deluxe will have a page devoted to Other People’s Boats
I’ve Driven. Don’t expect any pictures, though, cause I can
never remember to take pictures before I drive them. And once
they're underwater, you can forget about taking any pictures.
Speaking of boats, here at Earl’s TV and Appliance Repair, you
can get a floating key ring (it looks like a little life vest, but
it’s for keys) free with every house call. Don’t forget,
winter’s coming, and you might want to get that heater fixed
before you freeze to death. Just give me a call!
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