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  • JstasJstas Posts: 14,180
    Not really a memory 'cause I still have it but this was my first car...well, truck.

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    But since it's supposed to be memories, here's one I don't have anymore. Had prismatic color changing paint!

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    And yes, I kept the Ranger because it was paid off. I got the Thunderbird because I got approved for a car loan and the Ranger was starting to break a bunch. I needed to build credit history so I could secure loans for college and I needed something more reliable since I was driving back and forth across the bridge to Philly every day. The Thunderbird served it's purpose and then started getting equally unreliable as the Ranger was. So I traded it in on the Lightning.

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  • oldrockeroldrocker Posts: 2,325
    Awesome pictures.

    And the monkey on the go kart was the best.... :D

  • westmassguywestmassguy Posts: 6,627
    edited March 21
    Viking64 wrote: »
    In and around Lake George, New York, there were many great amusement parks. Some are long gone, some still there.

    The Land of Makebelieve

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    Storytown

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    Wow, I remember the Shoe and the Whale. I must have been 4 or 5 years old. We used to go up to Lake George.
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  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 16,327
    edited March 21
    Love the pictures. We had both an A&W root beer stand and Burger Chef. We still have the building that the Burger Chef occupied and you can still tell if you're that age (I am) that it was in the same building because the owner of the business kept some of it as momento to the old business.


    Do you know why they're no more Burger Chef's ?
    Can someone name the business that bought the Burger Chef rights?
  • verbverb Posts: 10,154
    Going to the Drive In Theater was always a treat. This one is still open just north of me, refurbished, and going strong! :smile:
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  • westmassguywestmassguy Posts: 6,627
    edited March 21
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    Love the pictures. We had both an A&W root beer stand and Burger Chef. We still have the building that the Burger Chef occupied and you can still tell if you're that age (I am) that it was in the same building because the owner of the business kept some of it as momento to the old business.


    Do you know why they're no more Burger Chef's ?
    Can someone name the business that bought the Burger Chef rights?

    Hardee's
    We liked Burger Chef way more than McDonalds.
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  • verbverb Posts: 10,154
    ^^^^ Love the Impala too! 1963, IIRC. :smile:
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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 7,018
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    Love the pictures. We had both an A&W root beer stand and Burger Chef. We still have the building that the Burger Chef occupied and you can still tell if you're that age (I am) that it was in the same building because the owner of the business kept some of it as momento to the old business.


    Do you know why they're no more Burger Chef's ?
    Can someone name the business that bought the Burger Chef rights?

    Hardee's
    We liked Burger Chef way more than McDonalds.
    Not to be forgotten:
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    Best Square Cheeseburgers made with grilled toasted bread, not buns.

    I loved that place as a kid but not at first. The burger looked like something mom made (Dat not McDonald's) and I had my first ice cream soda there which was not what I had expected, it was even more disgusting than my first taste of Club Soda.
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  • verbverb Posts: 10,154
    OMG there's still one left! Henry's Hamburgers in Benton Harbor MI, way on the other side of the State :cry: but brings back memories!

    There was one in Crest Hill, IL growing up as a kid, taking the family road trip to get some burgers! :smile:
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  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 16,327
    edited March 21
    Correct Dave.

    We have one Hardee's left in my town out of 5-6 that used to be here. They were much better than Mc Donalds I always thought and then there was that Carl's Jr. buy out thing and they went to crap and all but one went out of business, I think the last one here in town is a tax write off as there is never more than 1 vehicle in the parking lot if that. It is smack in the middle of a Mc D's, Taco Bell, Subway, Dairy Queen and Wendy's. They all are packed daily yet never more than one car in the lot at Hardee's
  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 16,327
    I had one or three LOVED THEM!!
  • westmassguywestmassguy Posts: 6,627
    edited March 21
    afterburnt wrote: »
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    Love the pictures. We had both an A&W root beer stand and Burger Chef. We still have the building that the Burger Chef occupied and you can still tell if you're that age (I am) that it was in the same building because the owner of the business kept some of it as momento to the old business.


    Do you know why they're no more Burger Chef's ?
    Can someone name the business that bought the Burger Chef rights?

    Hardee's
    We liked Burger Chef way more than McDonalds.
    Not to be forgotten:
    z7652gizgfhc.jpg

    Best Square Cheeseburgers made with grilled toasted bread, not buns.

    I loved that place as a kid but not at first. The burger looked like something mom made (Dat not McDonald's) and I had my first ice cream soda there which was not what I had expected, it was even more disgusting than my first taste of Club Soda.
    Their cheeseburger was like a delicious grilled cheese, with a hamburger in the middle, mmmmm. The rootbeer floats were delish. The frappes were good too.
    Now I'm craving Friendly's
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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 7,018
    @nooshinjohn remember their "Kitchen Sink" Sundae?

    One of the few things that I was cool when I arrived in CA in 74 was the Thrifty's 15 cent weird cylindrical Tripple scoop cone. It was like a quarter for a single back in NY. Does anyone remember that?
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  • charley96charley96 Posts: 98
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    Correct Dave.

    We have one Hardee's left in my town out of 5-6 that used to be here. They were much better than Mc Donalds I always thought and then there was that Carl's Jr. buy out thing and they went to crap and all but one went out of business, I think the last one here in town is a tax write off as there is never more than 1 vehicle in the parking lot if that. It is smack in the middle of a Mc D's, Taco Bell, Subway, Dairy Queen and Wendy's. They all are packed daily yet never more than one car in the lot at Hardee's

    Don't know how long you've been in the twin cities area but, did you have Sandy's hamburgers over there? We had a couple in the early 70's in Peoria. Both of them later switched to Hardee's about the mid 70's.
  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 16,327
    charley96 wrote: »
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    Correct Dave.

    We have one Hardee's left in my town out of 5-6 that used to be here. They were much better than Mc Donalds I always thought and then there was that Carl's Jr. buy out thing and they went to crap and all but one went out of business, I think the last one here in town is a tax write off as there is never more than 1 vehicle in the parking lot if that. It is smack in the middle of a Mc D's, Taco Bell, Subway, Dairy Queen and Wendy's. They all are packed daily yet never more than one car in the lot at Hardee's

    Don't know how long you've been in the twin cities area but, did you have Sandy's hamburgers over there? We had a couple in the early 70's in Peoria. Both of them later switched to Hardee's about the mid 70's.

    Both Sandy's and Mr.Quick burger joint. Both very good.
    I remember seeing a Mr. Quick over your way once upon a time. Heck I always thought ours was the only one. I have no idea hiw many of the Sandy's or Mr. Quick joints there was in the area our Midwest.

    I've been here a little over 50 yrs 🙃
  • gudnoyezgudnoyez Posts: 7,396
    edited March 21

    Nisswa Minnesota Turtle Races, grew up catching turtles and renting them out at the races to all the tourists at the resorts that couldn't catch their own. I would make pretty good money as a lad back then. No turtles were hurt during any of the events and were released back in the lakes me and my buddies would catch them in.
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  • charley96charley96 Posts: 98
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    charley96 wrote: »
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    Correct Dave.

    We have one Hardee's left in my town out of 5-6 that used to be here. They were much better than Mc Donalds I always thought and then there was that Carl's Jr. buy out thing and they went to crap and all but one went out of business, I think the last one here in town is a tax write off as there is never more than 1 vehicle in the parking lot if that. It is smack in the middle of a Mc D's, Taco Bell, Subway, Dairy Queen and Wendy's. They all are packed daily yet never more than one car in the lot at Hardee's

    Don't know how long you've been in the twin cities area but, did you have Sandy's hamburgers over there? We had a couple in the early 70's in Peoria. Both of them later switched to Hardee's about the mid 70's.

    Both Sandy's and Mr.Quick burger joint. Both very good.
    I remember seeing a Mr. Quick over your way once upon a time. Heck I always thought ours was the only one. I have no idea hiw many of the Sandy's or Mr. Quick joints there was in the area our Midwest.

    I've been here a little over 50 yrs 🙃

    I forgot about Mr. Quick, it was down on Main st. We would take our cars and cruise Main and pick up chicks and park at Steak & Shake.
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  • verbverb Posts: 10,154
    During high school, this place was awesome! OLD CHICAGO, Bolingbrook IL, was billed as the world's first all inclusive indoor amusement park, indoor shopping mall, video arcade, concert stage, and even had a disco inside! :smile: This was the place to be if you were in high school during those years. Built in 1975, and closed in 1980, sadly.

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  • westmassguywestmassguy Posts: 6,627
    verb wrote: »
    During high school, this place was awesome! OLD CHICAGO, Bolingbrook IL, was billed as the world's first all inclusive indoor amusement park, indoor shopping mall, video arcade, concert stage, and even had a disco inside! :smile: This was the place to be if you were in high school during those years. Built in 1975, and closed in 1980, sadly.

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  • verbverb Posts: 10,154
    On dear, where did I put those prom pictures?! :smile:
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    The Sunshine General Store, home of the famous Sunshine burger. You haven't lived until you've had one.

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