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PostSubject: NEW MEMBER FROM OHIO   Fri Aug 10, 2012 11:23 pm

Hello Everyone.
I'm really not much for forums on-line. I much perfer the phone. However I am a big station wagon fan.
Currently have 2 '87 Safari's and an 86 Parisienne Safari. We also have an '84 Cutlass Supreme Borugham and a '51 Pontiac Chieftan Deluxe.
Now is the time where I step on someones toes but I don't really like any of the GM full size wagons built in the '90. My favorites are still those manufactured from the mid-50's to the late '70's.[b] Of course being born in the early '50's has a lot to do with my taste in wagons.
If I am lucky before I kick I'd really like to have a '59 Bonneville Safari.
I am pleased so far with the tone of this site and the manner and WITH manners in which members write replies. I'm far from a kid, I'm not hip or into street talk. I appreciate the guys that take time to be polite and I will always be the same in return.
OK I'm through with the accolades and will close by saying that I hope to be a member for a long time and to be able to use the forums or be of help to others.
Keep up the good work to all GM Longroof Forum members! Joe from N.E. Ohio
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PostSubject: Re: NEW MEMBER FROM OHIO   Fri Aug 10, 2012 11:29 pm

Let's see some pics of your boxes!

And hey - not all of us kids are "into street talk" either. Wink
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PostSubject: Re: NEW MEMBER FROM OHIO   Sat Aug 11, 2012 12:11 am

High school class of 1969 here. I actually learned that AX was not a question but something for chopping wood.

Welcome to the forum.
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PostSubject: Re: NEW MEMBER FROM OHIO   Sat Aug 11, 2012 12:38 am

To each his own Joe,great way to start making friends here by saying you dont care for our
wagons.The 91 thru 96 wagons are our favorites and always will be!I too am from the mid
fifties and like all wagons.Glad we meet your requirements!
Welcome Again Joe
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PostSubject: Re: NEW MEMBER FROM OHIO   Sat Aug 11, 2012 12:52 am

Joe,
Welcome to the forum. I just bought my first 90s car ever. A 1992 OLDS Custom Cruiser. Love it. I have driven 50's Cadillacs, Hudsons, Chevrolet trucks, etc as daily drivers for years. You might enjoy seeing some of them on LROM for May 2012.

Post some pics of your cars when you can. I am an early Baby Boomer, class of 1947. I was naming cars in the early fifties. Gasoline in my veins. Enjoy the dialog.

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PostSubject: Re: NEW MEMBER FROM OHIO   Sat Aug 11, 2012 3:06 am

Hey Joe, we have a guy on here who owns a 1995 Parisienne Safari!

PS:: Ignore flasherino. He isn't 'right' upstairs, if you know what I'm talkin'bout.
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PostSubject: Re: NEW MEMBER FROM OHIO   Sat Aug 11, 2012 8:58 am

You mean what's left upstairs instead right?

Remember three wrongs don't make a right, but three lefts do!

Welcome to the a madness.

You own a boxie? Watch out! You're gonna poke your eye out with that thing!
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PostSubject: Re: NEW MEMBER FROM OHIO   Sat Aug 11, 2012 12:21 pm

swingin'safari wrote:
Hello Everyone.
I'm really not much for forums on-line. I much perfer the phone.
The phone? Shocked

I'm not sure if there are any station wagon forums you can get on the phone...maybe a "station wagon deal of the day, tip or the day or something similar". Very Happy

swingin'safari wrote:
However I am a big station wagon fan.
All joking aside, welcome to the Longroof forum. Got any pictures of your station wagons for us to look at?

swingin'safari wrote:
Now is the time where I step on someones toes but I don't really like any of the GM full size wagons built in the '90. My favorites are still those manufactured from the mid-50's to the late '70's.[b] Of course being born in the early '50's has a lot to do with my taste in wagons.
I definitely have a preference to the good old "boxy" station wagons and cars, especially those made in the 70s and 80s. But even a 90s GM wagon doesn't look like some of the crud on the road today.

swingin'safari wrote:
I'm far from a kid, I'm not hip or into street talk.
Is anyone who happens to be into station wagons hip? (Probably not if you believe the marketing hype.) One of my pet peeves (or obnoxious opinions, depending upon how you look at it) are those who don't bother to write in a halfway decent manner on forum posts.

Ah well. I'm starting to ramble on pointlessly now. You are definitely in the right place for GM station wagon fans.
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PostSubject: Re: NEW MEMBER FROM OHIO   Sat Aug 11, 2012 12:24 pm

lakeffect wrote:
Remember three wrongs don't make a right, but three lefts do!
What about three wagons?

lakeffect wrote:
You own a boxie? Watch out! You're gonna poke your eye out with that thing!
In the name of safety, please discard any boxy station wagons you find by sending them to me. I'll even cover the freight. Very Happy They must be taken off the road immediately safely stored in my garage for restoration and repair.

Just remember: It's all fun and games until someone loses an eye. Then it's all fun and games except for the guy with one eye. (He would still have a nice boxy station wagon, though.)
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PostSubject: Re: NEW MEMBER FROM OHIO   Sat Aug 11, 2012 1:03 pm

Or as the say in the veterinary business:

"It's all fun and games till someone has to wear on cone on their head."
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