Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Where was I? A Quiz — MidWeek Blues —


Hint # 1: This is Lois, my sister, riding in the back seat. If you recognize the town by looking out this window you have the answer.

Another hint: We ended up at Duffey's antique car dealership. This time I think we had to pay to enter his 'museum'. Every car is in his 'museum' which double as a showroom for interested buyer prospects. The picture on the left is of the men's restroom. I thought you might like the decor.
This picture isn't a part of the quiz. It is a 1950 Mercury Tudor just like the one I had when I was in the Army. Mine did have a sun visor. It liked to go just like Jimmy Dean was driving it. Well, Pvt-through-E5 Jimmy H. did drive it just about as good as Dean would have (he died young in 1955-ironically he was killed in an accident with a 1950 Ford Custom Tudor similar to the one I now have in our garage). [Wikipedia James Dean link]

In 1956 when I was drafted I traded my 1956 bought-new-making-payments Ford Sunliner convertible for a nice paid-for 1950 black Mercury Tudor. The reason was that my car payments were more than my Army pay.

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If you want to post a MidWeek Blues picture, go get directions from Rebecca by clicking on the logo picture on the right. She has a Mr. Linky and good directions . Just do what I did.
Oh yes, the Quiz. Mrs. Jim and I were in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Last May we were visiting my sister, Lois, and her husband, Jim W, who live just north in Center Point, Iowa.

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Love that baby blue car!

Cedar Rapids, Iowa is where you were.

Have a terrific day. :)
I've never been to Iowa so I would never have guessed.
All those wonderful old cars in one place must have been heaven for you. :)

Yep, Sammy and KP's cupcakes were pretty big weren't they.

Have a great week Jim.
My kind of place, I love antique cars! I used to take my youngest son to car museum's all the time but unfortunately, he seems to have outgrown that :-(
To be honest I had no idea. Other then it looked like you were having a good time! sandie
Hi Mr. Jimmy, What a great car museum; my hubby would LOVE to visit it :)

My pooch just passed away tonight and I'm so sad :(

BTW if you want to see reunion pics of the Scarf Sisters,
visit here

Say hello to the Mrs.
Hi Jim ~~ Nice cars, Yes I put my back on an electric blanket and in a
massage chair during the day, but can hardly walk, my friend.
Glad you liked the Two Horses and the jokes. Take care Jim. Regards, Merle.
I really love old 50's sedans. I think Ford made the best looking ones. I would love to drive on the freeway in one.

Came here because of Six Word Saturday but, I saw the car show pictures and I had to see what it was about. : )

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