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Monday, August 26, 2013

Cruisin' with The BirdMan

My Favorite Thursday of the Summer was spent with the BirdMan, going to Cruise Night in his '65 Mustang.  We are contemplating selling it and getting a 1950something truck.  But for now, we are still enjoying this car that is older than the both of us.  He has been in a relationship with the car longer than he has been with me.
I can still remember the first time we made out in that car :-D

Here is my insider perspective, taken with my cell phone, which is a slight step above a flip phone.
















10 comments:

Patti Van said...

I wish I could say that your car was older than me.....HOW CAN HE GET RID OF THAT CAR????? It is better than a Classic! Don't do it!!!!

Amy S. said...

I echo what Patti says! My husband sold an old classic about 20 years ago and he still regrets it to this day!
Nice post - I like your passenger perspective and your reminiscing that juicy little tidbit. ;)

Therese's Treasures said...

Yeah what Patti and Amy said. A 65 Mustang was the best one made in my opinion. Love the pictures of the country side I can just smell the fresh air.
Therese

Janet Bocciardi said...

Moving me down the highway
Rolling me down the highway
Moving ahead so life won't pass me by

windrock studio said...

Beautiful! I had a 65 Mustang, too, in 1974 ~ dark blue and much loved.

Gloria said...

The question is, "Will you make out in the truck?" lol Can you have both car and truck?

That looked like a beautiful ride in the country.

AntiquityTravelers said...

great post Christine! I think I can hear the song on the radio - ha! I grew up with Cheveys ... my Dad had a '55 and my older brother had a '57 ... I loved those old cars! they were awesome! (and yes, those ones were actually older than me :O)

kimmykats said...

Our first car was a mustang...oh the fun we had learning to drive it! Glad you have so many great memories with it!

Miss Val's Creations said...

How fun!!! I bet the car gets a lot of admirers. My dad would love it. His classic is a 1939 Dodge which has been sitting in the garage for years driving my mom nuts. It is such a cool car though!

Liz E said...

You two are youngsters. Nothin better then neckin with your baby in a beautiful car, especially if its a 65 Mustang. Hmmmm . . . if you get an old truck you can toss a few pillows and a blanket in the back, park by the lake on a moonlit night and . . .