Thursday, November 28, 2019

The Spirit of Thankfullness: What Are You Thankful For?

Happy Thanksgiving to all you Turkey lovers out in cyber space...I think I want to dedicate today's Turkey day post to being thankful.  And I'd like to know what you are thankful for, but first I'm going to unveil the it is...this 1971 Volkswagen Mini Camaro Z28 project offered for $3700 somewhere near Portland, OR.

I'll start the thankful conversation; I'm thankful that there is only one of these things ever built.

What are you thankful for? Comments below.


  1. Wow, apparently these were "a thing". <a href ="> Funtastic Camaro </a>
    Happy Turkey Day to my DT friends south of the border (of course, that means a different thing to the folks are ARE south of the border; everything is relative, just like at Thanksgiving dinner!)

    1. Sh*t, I missed a quotation mark on that link. Anyway, Google "Funtastic Camaro".

    2. Wow, I am batting 1000! How about "Funtastik Camaro".....

      I would blame it on too much turkey, but that was 6 weeks ago for me.

  2. I’m thankful that my eyesight is failing me as my years progress, such that I can reasonably convince myself that this abomination is going for $370. Which is still an order of magnitude too much.


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