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Thread: Cave paintings for the next generation

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    AKA "The Goat" Michael's Avatar
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    Cave paintings for the next generation


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    Very awesome original idea and tastefully done, NICE!
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    I left a note under the roofbox inspection cover this past winter. After I secured the roofbox and cleaned as thoroughly as possible I decided to leave something for the 10287's next steward.
    Nick A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Well done sir! I was considering doing something like this too.
    DMCF rebuild 2008, Stage II, Eibach

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    Fantastic idea and well written. The next cave paintings thread: "Cave paintings 2081 - 100 years on!"
    ~LXA~

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    I too let people sit in my car; it makes it much easier to spirit them away to my basement, hack them up, and eat them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by opethmike View Post
    I too let people sit in my car; it makes it much easier to spirit them away to my basement, hack them up, and eat them.
    In your DeLorean?? With that hideous LS I would think the raw gas fumes that flood the cabin would give a very sour taste to human flesh. Of course you are most likely immune to the smell by now.

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    I have no sense of smell, and hence, can't taste anything. Thanks for making me cry!
    -Mike

    My engine twists my frame.

    1981 DeLorean, Carb LS4 swap completed
    1999 Corvette, cam/headers/intake manifold, 400 rwhp
    2005 Elise, stock
    2016 Chevy Cruze

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    Great idea. Maybe I will paint something too.

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    I was thinking of the times I saw other owners looking for info on the ownership of their car.

    One day we'll all be gone, along with Today & Talk, so I'm going to tell my kids the story of Michael's cave painting and show the picture. Someday when we're all gone, 5609 will have a new owner who will find the writing. Hopefully the owner will somehow connect with one of our descendants who will be able to tell the story; about seeing a pic of it online, knowing Michael, and the origins of his cave painting.

    Michael is a genius.
    Livin' the dream....

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