Saturday, October 28, 2006


Even tho I spend long hours in my truck, I seldom listen to the radio. Music is just not a big part of my life. That said, I would like to tell you about "Flintstone" (my car toy). Flintstone had no radio when I bought it and I finally bought a stock radio to fill the hole in the console.

I didn't need a gadzillion watt radio as I am not into that "jungle bunny noise" being passed off as music. I like classic rock and if a rear seat speaker was all I needed back in the day, then a modern factory radio will more than surffice.

Yesterday was the first day to drive Flintstone to work with "tunes". For a old gear head, it doesn't get much better than this. Just like yester year.

Roll the window down, crank the music up, power shift thru the 4-speed, listen to the barely legal exhaust tone, and hear that 4-barrel moan. Hot dang, that is therapeutic.


Annie said...

Turn down that radio! You're gonna lose your hearing!

Okay, I got my mother voice spoken.

Now I'll be the girl -- wow, driving around with you in this car is really cool.

Wildside Musing said...

I rarely listen to music or the radio either, except sometimes I blast CDs while doing dishes in the kitchen... No matter my choice of artist, 'drives the near deaf cat nuts! Hubby too.

Am thinking this Winter it would be nice to add a little more luxury like that back into life!

Crank the tunes and let's enjoy the ride some!


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