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Author Topic: Amphetamine Radio eQSL, 21 October 2015  (Read 1952 times)

Offline Oliver

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Amphetamine Radio eQSL, 21 October 2015
« on: October 22, 2015, 2216 UTC »
Thanks a lot for the conformation AR.

RX: Elad FDM-S2, Grundig Satellit 700
Ant.: HDLA 3 (Active Loop), EWE @ 270, ALA 100LN, MiniWhip
QTH: JO31 (Germany)

Please send eqsl to: oliverinusa[at]yahoo.de

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Re: Amphetamine Radio eQSL, 21 October 2015
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2015, 2220 UTC »
Received this one. Thanks AR!

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Re: Amphetamine Radio eQSL, 21 October 2015
« Reply #2 on: October 22, 2015, 2225 UTC »
Received different card from two above. Thanks A R
Harry L. Smith
Springfield,Oh.
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Re: Amphetamine Radio eQSL, 21 October 2015
« Reply #3 on: October 22, 2015, 2227 UTC »
Here also...thank you again AR! :)
QSL's to poorbrookking >at< aol.com are greatly appreciated! All reception and postings using My radio, My antenna, and generally in real time(excluding posting of SSTV images!).
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Re: Amphetamine Radio eQSL, 21 October 2015
« Reply #4 on: October 22, 2015, 2323 UTC »
Got the cool B&W one also, AR.

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Re: Amphetamine Radio eQSL, 21 October 2015
« Reply #5 on: October 23, 2015, 0124 UTC »
Received this one. Thanks AR!


LOL! An undressed in chick in a Pinto, what ruined my back in 1978.

Remember kiddies, on the hood or in the hatchback when it comes to old subcompact cars. A romp in a '73 Honda Civic can cripple you for life.

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Re: Amphetamine Radio eQSL, 21 October 2015
« Reply #6 on: October 23, 2015, 0203 UTC »
Little late, but received this one from AR's Saturday morning show on October 17.
Just a boy with his radio and some wire.
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Re: Amphetamine Radio eQSL, 21 October 2015
« Reply #7 on: October 23, 2015, 0207 UTC »
Pigmeat, 
I have to disagree.This is not a Ford Pinto.
The "chick" is actually sitting in a nice Opel GT, build during 1968 & 1973.
In North America, the GT was sold at Buick dealerships. 

Take a look at the rear hubcap, it is showing a lightning bolt design which is the emblem of Opel until today.

P.s. It must have been a wild ride for you, if your back is almost 40 years later still hurting. I just hope it was worth it. 
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Re: Amphetamine Radio eQSL, 21 October 2015
« Reply #8 on: October 23, 2015, 0429 UTC »
By God, you're right! We used to call that model of Buick the "Spudmobile" because they looked like a rolling potato.

A buddy of mine had a used one in the mid-80's. Every time he turned right the horn sounded. Quality construction compared to the explosive design of the Pinto.

There was a time when all the cute girls I knew drove VW Bugs, Rabbits, or Ford Pinto's. Any of those vehicles could maim you if things got heated. Ironically the crappiest car of the period, the Chevy Vega, was very comfortable for such things if you laid down the rear seat. A lot of kids were cranked out in those rolling cathouses.

As for the girl being worth it, not really. I just wanted to check out her accessories, which were impressive. I saw her a few months ago, she now looks like a bloated toad. Ironically, I still look amazing. Clean living and good hygiene always pays off.

 


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