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Taffy: I Love my Radio, Music Video, 1985

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mike962 DE

2014-05-04 00:45

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SONG https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTOwsIIo4kc

hmm seems there is ma longer version with a bit more cars dunno which to keep
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lh8AyrCm4JI

now where is Ingo to bash the 80s , this is as 80s as 80s can be :p :lol:

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ingo DE

2014-05-04 19:17

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mike962 wrote
now where is Ingo to bash the 80s , this is as 80s as 80s can be :p :lol:

The 80ies music is fine for me. Often trashy, but always better than everything, which came later. :p
About cars I still have problems to accept plastic-bumper-stuff from the 80ies as "classics". But as I just wrote to my new contributions in the car-sighting-thred in the forum, they are coming up, even stuff from the early 90ies... :/

So I'm still happy, that at my favourite classic car event http://oldtimermarkt-bockhorn.com/ the free and direct entry for classic cars will be limited until 1980 :king:
You must know, that around 2008 the organisator said "max.30 years", but after 2010 the limit stayed at 1980. Well, in the 90ies, even at our first year there, we had no problems with our K 70ies, although the youngest were just 16, 17 years old. In fact they acted with the rule-of-thumb: "chrome bumpers are o.k."

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