American Graffiti

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Reid, TJ, and Steve take off in Reid's vintage car. What kind is it? It's green. uh… I don't know. A full photo of the car below the flap.


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8 thoughts on “American Graffiti

  1. I’m sorry, Laura, but Doug’s right. Right about the Mustang, but more importantly, right about the duh.
    Not recognizing a classic Mustang could put a stop to any security clearance you or Steve apply for, you know, because that’s a downright un-Amurrican.

  2. I believe it’s permissible, for security clearance purposes, for a married American woman not to recognize cars, as long as her husband does. And as long as she can make cookies–a test which I hope our hostess can pass by this Christmas!

  3. “I believe it’s permissible, for security clearance purposes, for a married American woman not to recognize cars, as long as her husband does. And as long as she can make cookies–a test which I hope our hostess can pass by this Christmas!”
    uh oh. Do baseball statistics or knowing the Ohio State fight song make up for it?
    And, to connect it to the Ivy League thread — I just stumbled on (out of an old box of books) and am reading a book called the “The Last Convertible” about a gang of Harvardites (of course, told from the outsiders point of view) that revisits all the themes of privilege & Ivy League education. I was surprised that it seemed so unfamiliar since it was in a box of my own old books, but then I noticed that my sisters’ name is written in it.

  4. I don’t know the Ohio State fight song or any baseball statistic that doesn’t pertain to how bad the Pirates suck, but there is a fairly conspicuous horse on the front quarter panel of that car.

  5. I think it’s a ’66. My family has always had a 60’s Mustang or two in the garage. Drove a 64.5 in high school for 6 months til my parents decided it was too nice of car for me.

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