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Old 10-01-2017, 01:01 PM
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Not really nice enough for the pics thread so...
Seen at the opening event of Cruisin' the Coast, Gulfport View. Probably about a thousand cars for this event this year, spread over 10 city blocks in downtown Gulfport.
We have over 7000 pre-registered for the week long event. Total should top 8000 vehicles this year.



Welcome to Cruisin' the Coast



One owner!




Beetle Speedster?




Opel GT...but why all the louvers?




Oh.




All the way from Nevada.
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Cute little nash



Not your father's Oldsmobile. Maybe your grandfather's?




Shiny...



And low. No hydraulics, no bags. This is his only ride height.
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One for Dave, although he probably won't be pleased with the rims. Still, a nice Mk 1.




Details, details.




Pucker Factor 10




"Yup. I used to have one just like that, about 35 years ago."




In front of Chandeleur Brewing.




One more for the road.
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Nice, Mike! Keep 'em coming.
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I love the Nash wagon.
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I like the 3 wheel bike. I might not fall off that one.
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Mike, your car looked right at home there! As for the wheels on the Mk1 (normally known as the 1600) those period wheels look great. If I didn't have a wire wheel set up I would have those.
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Thanks for sharing! Like the 1-owner plate on the Jeep. I was at a show over the weekend where there was a 1-owner early 70's Chevelle with over 500K miles on it. They had a US map marked with all the places they had been with the car over the 40+ years. Very cool!
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Looks like a great event, Mike. I love seeing everything all mixed in together.
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Cool stuff, Mike! We did a little cruising on the coast yesterday. Headed out a small group of four. Three P cars and one S2000. Cruised the Blue Hills of MA and the south shore of MA. Checked out how the other half lives on the south shore. AMAZING homes. I'll toss a photo in Odds and Ends.

BTW, photos of all sorts are welcome in Odds and Ends...wish more folks would post there. It's not a photography contest!
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