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Cat, I loved how you came back to that guy posting the question at the BON survey remarks section! The guy asked where this special "plaque" was that we were suppose to have for our Bullitts. catsmasher came back with, "Look at the sticker on driver's side shock tower. That's your "plaque" The only other plaque you're going to get with your Bullitt is what forms on your teeth while you drive." :lol:
 

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No, that Catsmasher is one hoopy, froopy Bullitt driving kinda guy.
 

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I am going to make my own plaque and put it right in front of the shifter on the console. If anyone asks if it was original I will say "Yeah, daddy, it was the one of a kind option just for the old CatSmasher, because Ford loves me oh so much".
 

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:lol: :lol: :lol:

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On 2003-11-09 18:18, bluebullitt3735 wrote:
digging in the archives again collin?

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Yeah. I actually had the pleasure of talking to the hoopy froopy Catsmasher via IMBOC pm when I joined here back in 2001. He is one funny (and eloquent) dude. He is an engineer (Mechanical Engineer as I remember) for International Harvester.
 

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... and one funny dude :wink:...

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Yeah. I actually had the pleasure of talking to the hoopy froopy Catsmasher via IMBOC pm when I joined here back in 2001. He is one funny (and eloquent) dude. He is an engineer (Mechanical Engineer as I remember) for International Harvester.

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International Harvester died in 1982... My first ride was a 1970 Scout 800A and I will always love the companies that stayed alive.. Case International and Navistar International. Maybe I'll hijack a scanner and scan a photo in some time.
 
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