<VV> hub caps, tires, and speakers (humor)

Dave Ziegler dziegler3@comcast.net
Tue, 10 Aug 2004 09:13:05 -0400

on 8/9/04 5:50 PM, Bill Hubbell at whubbell@cox.net wrote:

> How about:
> --Hubcap Hovercrafts (64s - remove center insert and install fan)
> --Hubcap Roulette Wheel ('63s work really well!)
> --Hubcap Pizza Pans
> --Hubcap Cymbals
> --Hubcap Clocks (remove center insert and install clock)
> --Hubcap Windchimes
> --Hubcap Cereal bowls (Baby Moons work best!)
> --Hubcap Cheese Graters ('64s)
> --Hubcap Lamp Reflectors
> --Hubcap Hats
> --Hubcap Kneepads
> --Hubcap Brassieres
> --Hubcap Bird Baths
> Any other ideas?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <RoboMan91324@aol.com>
> Perhaps, we can come up with a contest for our Vair events.
>> We already have the valve cover races.  Maybe we can have a hubcap
> Frisbee
>> contest where the loser has to take all the hubcaps used in the contest.
> We
>> can break the contest into two segments; Early and Late caps so that we
> can
>> discuss which contest is better here on VV.
>> Doc
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I want to know who the "hubcap brassieres" would fit.
Dave Ziegler
Corvair Therapy
Mechanical repairs
Minor restoration