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BigDaddyO

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BigDaddyO last won the day on September 3 2017

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About BigDaddyO

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  • My Project Cars
    1947 Plymouth Club Coupe Special DeLux
    1948 Plymouth 4Door Special DeLux

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    N.Y.
  • Interests
    Cole Palen's Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Catskill Mountain Railroad

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  1. I see this T.P. frenzy as a parallel to the stock market. It is incredible to me that our financial system seems to me to be based and controlled by a small group of people on the trading floor of the stock exchange that react to whatever is going on in the world stage with frantic 'buy' or 'sell' frenzy's that then affect the world market. This is the best we could come up with?
  2. The best reason I have heard of for the T.P. hording is that every time someone sneezes 10 people lose their $h1t.
  3. Duke Paoa Kahinu Mokoe Hulikohola Kahanamoku with his 1950 Dodge Coronet station wagon. Nicknamed 'The Duke' and 'Big Kahuna', Kahanamoku is the father of modern surfing. He popularized the ancient Hawaiian surfing all around the world. He also won 3 gold and 2 silver medals at the 1912, 1920 and 1924 Olimpics in swimming.
  4. D Eric Blaylock‎ to Orphan Car Club of Facebook December 12 at 9:46 AM This my 49 Plymouth Deluxe Fastback. It's a rust free car out of Waco Texas that I spent a little under a year polishing the steel to a mirror finish. I found no reason to clear it because of it's very rust resistant. I keep it protected with a thin coat of Gibbs oil. So thin, that it's dry to the touch. It's original and unmolested.
  5. It's not paint. The guy said; "I spent a little under a year polishing the steel to a mirror finish."
  6. D Eric Blaylock‎ to Orphan Car Club of Facebook December 12 at 9:46 AM This my 49 Plymouth Deluxe Fastback. It's a rust free car out of Waco Texas that I spent a little under a year polishing the steel to a mirror finish. I found no reason to clear it because of it's very rust resistant. I keep it protected with a thin coat of Gibbs oil. So thin, that it's dry to the touch. It's original and unmolested.
  7. D Eric Blaylock‎ to Orphan Car Club of Facebook December 12 at 9:46 AM This my 49 Plymouth Deluxe Fastback. It's a rust free car out of Waco Texas that I spent a little under a year polishing the steel to a mirror finish. I found no reason to clear it because of it's very rust resistant. I keep it protected with a thin coat of Gibbs oil. So thin, that it's dry to the touch. It's original and unmolested.
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