Each year in Conroe, Texas we have a "KidsFest" for the area kids with free rides, music, water slide, food, etc. Not many of the crowd has ever seen a car that had to be cranked to start so there are always lots of questions. I was asked several times, "How did you get the car here on the town square?". "Well, I drove it here, how else?" Anyway, was lots of fun. One of the local cops always plays the part and "arrested" several guys as part of the "show". Under the woody you can see Bob as he's adjusting the muffler bearings.
That's a great thing to do. I love the Woodie but would take the T first.
Thanks for all of you that do those things. Some of the youngsters will remember that fondly for a long time.
Do his muffler bearings look like this?