Now that is great! How to enlarge image to full steering wheel size and print on some heavy card stock is now a goal
and it even has a period copyright date! Dan need a plotter for best rendition.
I need one for my 27 Runabout... It has a rumble seat!
Reminds me of the time we were riding with my dad who was in his 80's at the time. He was not familiar with the area. I was in the back seat and said turn right at the stop sign. He heard only one word I said! He immediately slammed on the brake. We weren't even at the corner yet!
I am approaching my 80's. I wonder if I will get like that too?
Thanks for posting the photo. Printed it out same size and glued to card stock. Punched holes big enough for fingers too.
Hung in the back seat of Dixie on the Crying Towel, so now when I shift out of Ruckstell, won't be anymore whimpering
Close the end of my dads life, I was driving him down to Boeing Surplus in Kent Washington. He loved to go there and walk through the isles and look in every bin. This was the 1 place he seemed at ease, as He had Altzhimers and his mind had slipped rather badly. Boeing Surplus and a Mc Donalds cheeseburger, fries, and a vanilla shake made his day.
We were sitting at in a left turn lane waiting for the arrow. He looked up at the red arrow light and said "you got the arrow let's go" I told him "it is red, we need to wait for the green one". He then said " it don't make any difference what color the damn arrow is if you got it, you can go !
This was one of the brighter spots in a horrible way to end a life. Such a waste of a so productive life.
Did they come with the Mother-in-law seat?
Is there something about the car or the driver that makes a Crying Towel necessary? I just had to ask.
Not really....the towel is generally used to wipe hands or face, since we live in hot steamy FL, comes in handy.
But lately with the Gators playing real poor football, everyone around here calls little hand towels like this one, crying towels