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Old 01-11-2005   #21
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Re: Ages

Actually, I mistype, it was rebel without a cause. Any way, James Dean was famous to the Japanese people also....my father tell me about that. Two most popular American movies in Japan was Rebel without a cause and American Graffitti. And one of the first place I visit when I come to America in 1987 was a place called Griffith Observatory in Los Angels, CA. My friends who were living in studying in America before me took me there once I came. This was where they show me steps where part of that movie was filmed. James Dean pass away before Rebel without a cause was released. So if you ever visit Los Angeles, I think this would be a good place for you to sight see. Yumiko



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Old 01-11-2005   #22
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Re: Ages

I'm glad someone older than me replied!
I'm 47, soon to be 48, and have been driving these cars since 1977!
I even started stockpiling parts for these cars back in '77 to!
Lots of cars to list that I owned, and tons more that i have driven!
Bought my first new car in 1981, and still have it! My 1981 Special Edition (doesn't look like one anymore!) Turbo Trans Am!
Bought my last new car in 1989, and still have that one! My 1989 20th Anniversary Turbo Trans Am!
Sold a bunch, and to this day, wish I still owned them! Like my 1980 Indy Turbo Trans Am and my 1981 NASCAR Turbo Trans Am, as well as my 1981 Special edition 305 4-speed! Oh well! I can always buy another right? Only now, it would cost more than what I sold them for!



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