Take a stroll through Bridgeport's past

Take a stroll through Bridgeport's past

There are 15 comments on the Connecticut Post story from Oct 22, 2013, titled Take a stroll through Bridgeport's past. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

Stolling Italian performers are part of "Cars & Cannoli," a show of vintage and custom autos, motorcycles and bicycles on Saturday, Oct. 26, in downtown Bridgeport.

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BPT

Bristol, CT

#1 Oct 23, 2013
that yellow 70 chevelle super sport floods me with memories of my own 70 ss.
lifeisshort

Seymour, CT

#2 Oct 24, 2013
BPT wrote:
that yellow 70 chevelle super sport floods me with memories of my own 70 ss.
I had one myself. A true mean-454-machine!

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#3 Oct 24, 2013
I drove a Locomobile while on opium.
America Gentleman Samuel

Wallingford, CT

#4 Oct 24, 2013
I took the bus
BPT

Bristol, CT

#5 Oct 24, 2013
lifeisshort wrote:
<quoted text>I had one myself. A true mean-454-machine!
i had the 396 model. those nights racing on the 25 connector and Lincoln blvd. i'll always remember.

now when I see what they sell them for on the Jackson barrett auto auctions, make my head explode. if I only put a cover over it and my 69 327 Camaro. i' d have no mortgage and then some.
AVA-AVA-AVA

Spartanburg, SC

#6 Oct 24, 2013
BPT wrote:
<quoted text>i had the 396 model. those nights racing on the 25 connector and Lincoln blvd. i'll always remember.
now when I see what they sell them for on the Jackson barrett auto auctions, make my head explode. if I only put a cover over it and my 69 327 Camaro. i' d have no mortgage and then some.
One of my wishes is to be able to go to a Barrett Jackson auction and buy whatever car I want. Oh well maybe when I win lotto. I love watching those cars and what they get for them.

Since: Aug 10

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#7 Oct 24, 2013
I also enjoy watching that auction on TV. The cars go for big money. More then I have.
lifeisshort

Seymour, CT

#8 Oct 25, 2013
BPT wrote:
<quoted text>i had the 396 model. those nights racing on the 25 connector and Lincoln blvd. i'll always remember.
now when I see what they sell them for on the Jackson barrett auto auctions, make my head explode. if I only put a cover over it and my 69 327 Camaro. i' d have no mortgage and then some.
I know the spot. We may have crossed paths. Ever see a dark green 68 327 Camero on the Merritt? I had to have cinder blocks in the truck just to keep the tail end down. Traction Masters helped some.
lifeisshort

Seymour, CT

#9 Oct 25, 2013
America Gentleman Samuel wrote:
I also enjoy watching that auction on TV. The cars go for big money. More then I have.
Ahhhh....the thrill of yester-year. These cookie-cutter cars of today are nothing compared to the character of the old muscle cars.

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#10 Oct 25, 2013
America Gentleman Samuel wrote:
I took the bus
After collecting enough cans?
BPT

Bristol, CT

#11 Oct 25, 2013
lifeisshort wrote:
<quoted text>I know the spot. We may have crossed paths. Ever see a dark green 68 327 Camero on the Merritt? I had to have cinder blocks in the truck just to keep the tail end down. Traction Masters helped some.
you never know maybe we did cross paths.
remember when you would sit at the light next to another sheet metal monster and start summing up what he had by looking at the car? traction bars? the way you heard the cam spinning? looking at the rear and wondering what gears were in there? and then having to decide what to do when the light turned green!!!!
in those days there could of been a million dollars worth of cars (todays prices)
oh the thrill and ignorance of being young.
lifeisshort

Seymour, CT

#12 Oct 27, 2013
BPT wrote:
<quoted text>you never know maybe we did cross paths.
remember when you would sit at the light next to another sheet metal monster and start summing up what he had by looking at the car? traction bars? the way you heard the cam spinning? looking at the rear and wondering what gears were in there? and then having to decide what to do when the light turned green!!!!
in those days there could of been a million dollars worth of cars (todays prices)
oh the thrill and ignorance of being young.
I wonder where my muscle cars ended up. Probably a metal cube down in the junk yard that got melted up for scrap. The vintage auto shows are great for memories.
Cars come and go......memories are forever.

Since: Aug 10

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#13 Oct 27, 2013
Yes, memories are forever.
sunny day

Naugatuck, CT

#14 Oct 29, 2013
America Gentleman Samuel wrote:
Yes, memories are forever.
It's going to get very bad here in a year or so .It will be hard to get an appointment or find a Dr. who will work with government insurance.
America Gentleman Samuel

Wallingford, CT

#15 Oct 29, 2013
Yes, memories are forever. Now what was I talking about?

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