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Back after at least 5 years absence! Recently took a stroll down memory lane on good old LOC reading some very fun old posts. What a hoot ! And I remember the huge Braintrust here as well, excellent 0 cost advice from some of you old Lex-gurus. Much of it better than a lot Stealers...
So, shout out to all my old buds- u guys still here? Would love to start some crazy fun threads like the old days... it would be a hoot. Here's what I'm talkin bout:

Good times. I know you can't go back but... Hey...Cheers anyway .  oktoberfest-girls.jpg.458115e102691d245fa9198ce8cb1d5a.jpg

And others I can't think of.
You guys there? Anyone home? Well if not, Cheers anyway.

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So, in keeping with the fun topic here's a lil tidbit:

Coast Guard Drags Decoy Boca Raton Into Middle Of Ocean In Attempt To Lure Away Hurricane Irma

"MIAMI, FL—Saying the plan was the best option for mitigating the potential damage from the storm, the Coast Guard reportedly towed a decoy of Boca Raton into the middle of the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday in an attempt to lure Hurricane Irma away from land. “After evaluating all available options, we’ve determined that the most effective course of action is to tempt the hurricane away from real coastal areas with a convincing replica of the city of Boca Raton approximately 100 miles offshore,” said Coast Guard Rear Admiral Peter J. Brown, adding that the full-scale reproduction includes poorly constructed buildings for the storm to knock down, fake bridges it can sweep away in floodwaters, and power lines it can topple to plunge the manufactured city into darkness. “The fake Boca also has 96,000 mannequin residents Irma can torment as much as it likes, including several who appear to be antagonizing the storm with profane messages on plywood-covered windows.” At press time, local officials celebrated as Hurricane Irma had changed course, devastated the fake Boca Raton, and proceeded north to the Carolinas."


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Trevor Catt    25

Hi Alex.....good to see you back on here.

Sorry, I don't remember you from the 'good old days' as I'm relatively new on here myself but I do date back to forums of the past (different owners clubs) and it is definitely great to see old threads and remember when it was heavily populated.

Hopefully, you can continue to populate this forum with your knowledge and wisdom, or at least regular topical news and funnies :-)

Cheers,  Trevor 

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lenore    61

Still here and added a Toyota Solara convertible to my collection.  Love this SC look alike.  Yup Still have RX400h with 209k miles...what a ride.  Still a hot rod.

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