11 Responses to “Fill ‘er up.”

  1. Markydoodle

    Mark Milligan

    It is a ’64. When I was in college I had a ’64 chev for awhile. A girl gave it to me. She was leaving Nebraska for Southern Cal and didn’t think it would make it, so she just gave it to me.

    I named it cognito. So wherever we went, we went in cognito.

  2. Markydoodle

    Mark Milligan

    There must be a box somewhere of my car pictures, because I always took pictures of cars, but now I can’t find any. It was in a pasture just across the Nebraska border north of Long Island, Kansas until a couple years ago when my sister’s husband began loading up all the family junkers on a flatbed trailer and drove them to the crusher 70 miles away and got some cash for them. That old ’64, my Grandma’s ’69 Impala with fender skirts, a 57 Imperial, two late 50’s cadillacs, a ’63 rambler ambassador, and others. Now all the size of a microwave.

    • windupkitty

      windupkitty

      Mark you just made me a little sick to my stomach describing the auto pillage…love this photo though…screw it, if I ever get my figure back, i’m wearing a bathing suit and high heels everywhere, especially because my right front tire has a slow leak and I”m so sick of dealing with it…

  3. Markydoodle

    Mark Milligan

    I could’ve let all of them pass except Grandma’s ’69 Impala, which was LeMans with a white vinyl interior. Don’t get me wrong, they had all been sitting 30 years plus by a cornfield, so they would’ve been frame off restorations.

    • windupkitty

      windupkitty

      Ya know, being an off frame restoration myself, I gotta say: there was still life in her! i never really went for the muscle type cars…i’m more a 54 chevy girl, myself, but ya know, they all deserve some love…at least a quiet cornfield is a peaceful way to go..