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The local Boyscout troop here is doing the Automotive merit badge, and guess whos car is gonna be a hands on looker? The Phoenix is gonna be used to show how cars work how an engine functions, Show essententials like: what is an air filter, types of brakes, different parts and what they do, ect. I even get a free oil change :D

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So why would "us older guys" enjoy this? and thats kinda cool!

Old guys like this kinda stuff, you know, Boyscouts, helping the community, having values, ect. Most of my generation spits in the face of Boyscouts, its sad.

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Old guys like this kinda stuff, you know, Boyscouts, helping the community, having values, ect. Most of my generation spits in the face of Boyscouts, its sad.

well it's more like the current generation spits in the face of anything that isn't handed to them.

congrats on the car/boyscout deal sounds like a cool thing.

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well it's more like the current generation spits in the face of anything that isn't handed to them.

congrats on the car/boyscout deal sounds like a cool thing.

I hope I'm not a part of that generation... Even though my parents are close to the upper middle class, my whole life I've been working and done everything out of hard work. BUT I do agree a lot of people in my generation and around my generation haven't done hard work in their lives and are bailed out by their parents or worse the government... It's sad, I can't imagine the future when they take over. :picard:

Anywho... Very cool and nice of you Mike to allow these kids to look at your car ;)

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Old guys like this kinda stuff, you know, Boyscouts, helping the community, having values, ect. Most of my generation spits in the face of Boyscouts, its sad.

I think most of us on this forum are exempt from that group of inconsiderate and unconcerned youth.

Maybe your beautiful Phoenix will inspire some kids to be auto enthusiasts! That would be great!

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I don't like yer kind round here!

Sent from my mind using telekinesis.

this coming from a guy that dosent own a Pontiac! opinion we dont need your stinken opinion! :lol:

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Gentlemen! Stop acting like cub scouts! and Mark stop acting like a Girl Scout. ;)

>Oh SHIT?! Did I just make a topic related pun?!

Postception.

fixed ;)

:lol:

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What are you classifying as an older guy?

I am not into Boy Scouts tho. No matter what the Judge said.

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I am an assistant scoutmaster for my boy's Boy Scout troop, and I also am a merit badge counselor for Automotive Maintenance. I think the fact that havoc's Phoenix isbeing used to demostrate it is great. I will run the boys through it in the spring. I will end it with bringing the Lemans out and taking the boys to ice cream stand - just before the end of the school year.

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The local Boyscout troop here is doing the Automotive merit badge, and guess whos car is gonna be a hands on looker? The Phoenix is gonna be used to show how cars work how an engine functions, Show essententials like: what is an air filter, types of brakes, different parts and what they do, ect. I even get a free oil change :D

Nice, I just got picked up as an assistant scout master. I'm gonna look into this for sure :)

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