Topic: Sheriff Buford T Justwing.....tail graber

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    Mar 20, 2012 at 4:39 pm
    I just want to say (as a first timer) cant wait to meet you littlewing.Cant imagine this run without you really.....................

    But Sheriff, before i tell you where we"ll meet..........Ya know somethin.........You must be part coondog because ive seen alot of these pictures and vids on this site.............and Son........you makem look like their ALL runin in slowmotion............................i just want to say that.

    and the fact that your a Sheriff is not Germain to the situation........




    Howabout some Littlewing (B.T.J) storys from you old timers to a newbie

     

    Brad
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    Edited Mar 20, 2012 at 6:18 pm


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    Mar 20, 2012 at 5:56 pm
    quote=BlackGold82;41366]I just want to say (as a first timer) cant wait to meet you littlewing.Cant imagine this run without you really....

    Brad--

    "Littlewing" (Dave) AND his wife Nancy are long standing Bandit Runners and great to be around...my favorite "Buford" moment was actually in Bowling Green, KY last July when the SATB rig and several Bandit Runners were at the POCI Nationals to meet Hal Needham (a speaker at the Nats and the director of SATB--as if I had to provide ANY clarification regarding THAT on THIS forum).

    When Hal first came out to see the truck, Buford was there. Hal took one look at Dave and, with a huge grin on his face, said; "You could have been Gleason's stunt double".

    I'm not sure there's much of a resemblence, what do you think? scratchchin image





    Um, for the record, I am NOT in the second photograph. biggrin image

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    Mar 20, 2012 at 7:12 pm
    Um, for the record, I am NOT in the second photograph.

    Tinman


    Actually Brad... that's Tinman standing there with his clothes in his hands...

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    But we cannot let Jackie see that photo....

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    Mar 20, 2012 at 10:10 pm
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    Originally posted by Shaker  Um, for the record, I am NOT in the second photograph.

    Tinman

    Actually Brad... that's Tinman standing there with his clothes in his hands...



    Brad--

    Don't listen to him, Shaker is yanking your chain; "...and that's nothing but pure and simple old fashioned communism". biggrin image

    I wasn't much older than the photo of me in my avatar at the time. wink image

    Shaker--

    Truth be told, isn't that you in the wig hanging out of the window?

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    Tinman

     

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    Mar 21, 2012 at 6:40 am
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    Shaker--

    Truth be told, isn't that you in the wig hanging out of the window?

    lmao image lmao image lmao image
    Tinman


    I think that was Dolly P... biggrin image

     

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    Mar 21, 2012 at 6:54 pm
    If your going to hang out in these kinda joints, wear a badge on your dighty biggrin image

     

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    Mar 21, 2012 at 7:22 pm
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    Originally posted by BlackGold82  I just want to say (as a first timer) cant wait to meet you littlewing.Cant imagine this run without you really.....................

    But Sheriff, before i tell you where we"ll meet..........Ya know somethin.........You must be part coondog because ive seen alot of these pictures and vids on this site.............and Son........you makem look like their ALL runin in slowmotion............................i just want to say that.

    and the fact that your a Sheriff is not Germain to the situation........




    Howabout some Littlewing (B.T.J) storys from you old timers to a newbie


    Doing Buford is a lot of fun. Being with Hal Needham, Prissy Reed and Lottie Reed was more than I ever could wish for.I am waiting for the day when Burt says ( what the hell is a Texas Mounty doin in ??????). It started 1 day when I found a uniform, put it on took a picture sent it to Wayne Alderson and ask him what he thought. he said it was awesome but don't tell anybody about it just do it. I was just nervious but it went over pretty good. Now hundreds of pictures later with people I am having a great time with it. I truly can't hardly wait for this 35th anniversary run. Texarkanna or BUST

     

    99 TA owners David & Nancy Betz

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    Mar 21, 2012 at 9:45 pm
    Finding a uniform was probably somewhat easy I'd think....what I wanna know is....just how hard or much pain in the ass was it to come up with Bufords car? And to make it as accurate as possible?

     

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    Mar 23, 2012 at 7:41 am
    I searched on ebay and criags list for about 3 - 4 months. I came across a couple of cars in reel bad shape and wrong years. I was about ready to give up frown image when I found 1 in Diamond Mo. biggrin image That's down by Joplin Mo.The guy I bought it from had 6 old cop car in his lot for sale, anyway I seen the car it looked so perfect it was unbeliveable.I ask him all about it. It was his moms car, she just drove it around town.She never took the build sheet out of the back window.It only had 25000 miles on it. She died in the early 80's, they covered up the car and it just set all years. The son now being in his 80s has decided to sell it ,I bought it .He ask me what I was going to do with it . I told him and was real happy with that. I drove it back to Wayne Alderson's house and it blew his mind. Well with my searching and Waynes talent and all the people that helped we made it possible. there are so many other stories that go with this car that it is unreal sometimes.A whole lot of fun. biggrin image

     

    99 TA owners David & Nancy Betz

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    Mar 23, 2012 at 9:28 am
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    Originally posted by Littlewing  I searched on ebay and criags list for about 3 - 4 months. I came across a couple of cars in reel bad shape and wrong years. I was about ready to give up frown image when I found 1 in Diamond Mo. biggrin image That's down by Joplin Mo.The guy I bought it from had 6 old cop car in his lot for sale, anyway I seen the car it looked so perfect it was unbeliveable.I ask him all about it. It was his moms car, she just drove it around town.She never took the build sheet out of the back window.It only had 25000 miles on it. She died in the early 80's, they covered up the car and it just set all years. The son now being in his 80s has decided to sell it ,I bought it .He ask me what I was going to do with it . I told him and was real happy with that. I drove it back to Wayne Alderson's house and it blew his mind. Well with my searching and Waynes talent and all the people that helped we made it possible. there are so many other stories that go with this car that it is unreal sometimes.A whole lot of fun. biggrin image


    This is a cool story, thanks to you and everyone involved hope to see it in Texarkana!

     

    The need for is growing and spring is time to bring out the BARR"S AM for the shake down run, hope all of you are ready as I am.

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