Had the 64 convert out for and hour and a half spin down to the lake at Duval island in Floral City Citrus County Fl ( Central Fl ) to get some sun and a tan ( my vitamin D run )
Only takes a half hour in the Florida sun To get some color and look alive again
Floral city is very old Florida ( the name sounds beautiful and it is )
A good number of homes with very very large lake front property in front and in the back of there homes ( boating community )

82 degrees with low humidity and as good as weather gets
This place really turns into Paradise a lot of the time
The guy who invented the Feris wheel ( Mr Feris ) has a hudge Estate farm on the island that many homes overlook in front of there home with lake water in the Back of the home
His farm is so very very large and just an amazing piece of real estates with heards of cows all over the place
One of the neighbors has horses and a Zebra ( very unusual sight ) strolling around there property
All this in a very tropical setting on a nice day is something to behold and enjoy
Not to mention being in my convert to cause a comotion were ever we go --in that car


An excetionaly fine enjoyable day if i do say so myself
Getting these cars out just to see how people react to the car is what it is all about not repairing them although one is necessary to accomplish the other
I had people waving to me all along the route i traveled today
How many cars can you say that about
I am having a ball
Hope you are enjoying yourself

Enjoy

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15-20 thats a beautiful car in an hour and a half --could be my all time record ---LOL !!!
The older the car gets the more it seems to be appreciated by the masses and always will be by me

Enjoy

Pictures Tony, or it didn't happen...... LOL

Sounds like a great day out in the car Tony. So...... where are the pictures?

Tony showed us pictures of boats, dogs and bikes.

He doesn't have a Cadillac. He has a Skoda. Otherwise we would have seen pictures.

Anders

So whats a skoda ?

My super convertible- has to be to the left of all my posts for-- all to View

Enjoy

Skoda is a very poor mans car in eastern Europe.

However i don't think you drive a Skoda Tony.

My guess is that you drive a Yugo.

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