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When I saw the caption, I thought,"you don't want to get hirt"?? Thanks for old memories.
Ha,ha, I'm glad you enjoyed both, colin!! You have to have a sense of humor to play jigidi!! I'm glad you enjoyed the puzzle as well, Mimi - thanks for dropping by.
The puzzle's as much fun as the comments, chookies!
Fun puzzle and fun to here the memories! Thanks!
Three aussies all in a row - rob, shirley and Robbos - hey, you must remember the Holden utes!!
A restorers dream find:)
Seen it's last days on the road for sure, Thanks chookies.
I don't think this one's going anywhere soon chookie - neat photo!! Thanks.
You girls make me laugh!
Hee, hee, I knew what you were thinking, punkin!!!! I read your mind.
Shame on me for my thoughts! :)Your memories sound just wonderful, chooks!
Punkin, when we were 'knee high to a grass hopper' all us kids were put into the back of the ute while dad and mum sat in the front. This was how we travelled - no seat belts in those days - on a cold day we would be given a blanket to keep us warm but on a hot day it wasn't so cool!!!!
I shall not ask the obvious question about "I've driven in the back of one of these many times...." chooks! :)
Nice find, great puzzle!
And a neat ute it is! Thanks chookies.
You certainly know your utes, mwrdoc - I've driven in the back of one of these many times in my younger days!!!
This appears to be what is called a Ute. Popular in Australia. coupe with pick-up bed as a utilitarian vehicle. Perhaps a 1937 or 38 year model.