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    Back again...

    Hey guys!

    My name is Tom and I'm from Germany. I was already member on the old Forum and already member here since the beginning. Some may still remember me. What a shame I was away for quite so long...

    In the mean time I unfortunately sold my black '58 Belvedere...
    But I'm missing the old cars and you guys here...

    It was great to look through the posts and to read all our names!

    I'm glad to be back!!!

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    Howdy Tom

    Doesn't matter about you not owning your Belvedere anymore. Tell us about your other car interests.
    Captain Keep-On-Thread strikes again!!!

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    Wel come back Mista Kotter!, er, Tom! Good to hear from you again!
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    awesome......welcome back mate
    Build it yourself, then at least you know it will be right.

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    back Home Tom..

    Pull up a chair and jump right back into the keyboard mate

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    Thanks for the warm welcome back, guys!

    Indeed its a feeling like being back at home!

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    Willkommen zurück Tom! You will like here again. No foes, no problems. Marc in Newark...Tx
    "She'll Start, You'll Need These."

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    Quote Originally Posted by billy whizz View Post
    Howdy Tom

    Doesn't matter about you not owning your Belvedere anymore. Tell us about your other car interests.
    Sure. Right now there's just my 1983 Volkswagen MK1 left which I owned since my youth...

    I kept this one as it was my first car and it fit standard garage length here. When moving to another location a few years back I couldn't take my Plymouth with me. In the mean time I was paying the rent for storage which was just not near by and not even suitable for working on a car like that...
    And in the end I was tired of paying each month without being able to do any work there. Moreover job and little children just didn't let me find time to even go there....

    But now the times got better and I am feeling that it's time to come back... I was looking around for the last months and it seems like it's even harder right now to find a good affordable 57/58 Plymouth...

    But anyway, men are hunters, so we'll see where the journey goes to...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 58Belvedere View Post
    Willkommen zurück Tom! You will like here again. No foes, no problems. Marc in Newark...Tx
    Hey Marc, thanks also to you!

    It sounds almost like you're a native speaker (writer)!


    Hey no Problem - I am a very peaceful person! lol

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    Hey Tom, cars come and go......wel come back....

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    Great to hear from you again, Tom!!
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    Hi Tom! Look forward to getting to know you. back

    Chrisy USA

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    Tom, there are lots of lovely German cars to lust after. I've had a few Opels over the years....still got my Monza. Cheaper and less frustrating than Plymouths!
    Captain Keep-On-Thread strikes again!!!

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    Thanks again for the welcome! Great to hear back from y'all. It's like being back at home at the Family!

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    Quote Originally Posted by billy whizz View Post
    Tom, there are lots of lovely German cars to lust after. I've had a few Opels over the years....still got my Monza. Cheaper and less frustrating than Plymouths!
    You're definitely right. But often it's the difference and the uncommon what makes it so special. I grew up with german cars and therfore it was so impressive standing the first time in front of a 58 Plymouth... such a lot of chrome and the huge fins... awesome

    The Monza's are great! Do you have a picture of yours somewhere on here?

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    Hey Tom welcome back. I'm one of the old guys here, I'm 73 and from Idaho, I spent 32 Months at VII Corps Artillery Kelly Barracks Stuttgart in the Army , I love Germany , Mainly the girls and beer LOL I had 3 cars while I was there a 51 Volkswagen, a 53 Mercedes and a 56 Mercedes .

    Idaho Bob

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    And lets not forget Germany's greatest export of the 21st Century.....RAMMSTEIN!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSled View Post
    Hey Tom welcome back. I'm one of the old guys here, I'm 73 and from Idaho, I spent 32 Months at VII Corps Artillery Kelly Barracks Stuttgart in the Army , I love Germany , Mainly the girls and beer LOL I had 3 cars while I was there a 51 Volkswagen, a 53 Mercedes and a 56 Mercedes .

    Idaho Bob
    Bob, a pleasure to meet you! I'm glad you have positive memories to Germany!

    Girls and beer sound also good to me!

    You chose quite good cars!

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    Quote Originally Posted by billy whizz View Post
    And lets not forget Germany's greatest export of the 21st Century.....RAMMSTEIN!!
    Yeeees!

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    Good to see you back Tom.

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    Everything's good!

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