My pickup truck is faster than both. Remember when 14.0 secs was fast? Now Mustang GT's are running in the 11's with automatic.
Cool. That continental kit was standard equipment in '56. Turned out to be a wild hair that went over like a lead balloon. A lot of people liked them at first, but became disenchanted when they had a flat and had to actually use it. Or the first time they had to actually load and then unload something from the trunk. Cumbersome and maddening would best describe it. It was available as an option for '57, but I can't remember ever seeing a '57 with one. So........redid a 56 for my Dad years ago. black, red interior, white porthole roof, continental kit. nice little car. 312 auto
Hmmmmmm... Verrry interesting. Might have to give Orkin a call.Not slow here
Yep. They're clever. They do it over the phone all the time, too. They use a number with your local area code and claim to be from your bank or your credit card company --- all phony stuff to try to dupe people into giving up confidential information. If you had continued to "pursue" the hot "Major" (but refused to send any money) they would've resorted to threatening to expose your "attempted debauchery" to you wife, family members and/or friends. Sad, but these days you can't trust anyone (unless you've dealt with them as friends for years, like us). That said, what did you say that routing number of yours was? 🤗Got a scam alert for everybody.
I got an e-mail a week or so ago from a name that I knew. Asked if I would be interested in pen pal duty with a US Army officer in Kabul. I said sure. They gave me an e-mail address and I sent off a hello.Major. Got a response, a lady Major with pictures, nice looking. First couple e-mails were fine, then "she" got very flirty and inappropriate. Turns out the party in question wanted money to fly to meet me. Smelled a rat and cut it off and blocked them. What made me really mad was that these scammers were impersonating an officer in the US Army.
I checked back in my e-mail log and the initial e-mail I got was from a name I knew but different e-mail address.
Watch yourselves out there, people are hijacking names and running scams.
I've had that same scam tried on me, too, Tim. I clicked it, but then knew the "content" wasn't something Paul (you remember Paul?) would have sent me, so.........POOF! It vanished in the twinkling of a click.yup, watch yourselves everyone, even with names you think you recognize. look at the e-mail address first when you get something allegedly from someone you know and the content is not what would be normal.