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Pets and Vintage Chevys #231527
01/20/12 07:05 PM
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We all have an interest in our vintage Chevrolets and many of us have pets as well. How does your pet interact with your Chevy?
Here's a couple of pics of my little guy, named Squirt, exploring the Aero.




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Re: Pets and Vintage Chevys [Re: ken48] #231577
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I've found Carin's to make good driving partners...lousy map readers...Kevin


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Re: Pets and Vintage Chevys [Re: ken48] #231585
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Now if we could only train them to use a spanner and fetch a cold beer????

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Re: Pets and Vintage Chevys [Re: 1928isgreat] #231592
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Originally Posted By: 1928isgreat
Now if we could only train them to use a spanner and fetch a cold beer????

Cheers

Ray

I thought that was what wives were for. talk

Re: Pets and Vintage Chevys [Re: ken48] #231731
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Here is Old Blue's guard; Bear. He was about 8 weeks old when this was photo taken on January 10, 2012.
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Hoss; his big brother and also a Chocloate Lab, is getting the evil eye.

Re: Pets and Vintage Chevys [Re: 37Blue] #231823
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Bear is about the age to start training the locate and fetch trick. I wish you lots of luck in that exercise.
Tony


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Re: Pets and Vintage Chevys [Re: tonyw] #231882
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He's lookin' good Lee. Let us know when he doesn't fit up there any more. laugh


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Re: Pets and Vintage Chevys [Re: ken48] #231889
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I'm kinda worried where I'm going to sit once he's full grown I get him and Hoss in the cab at the same time. I guess I could put a stock rack on the truck like my Grand Dad did for his horse long ago. I don't think stock racks were a GM accessory, though.

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