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Glad you keep this era alive

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I owned a brand new 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe. I raised it way off the ground to make room for the huge wide oval tires and Keystone mag wheels. Added roadrunner dual exhaust pipes and a loud snap to the start up or when gased. It was sweet.

Admin reply: Mustang Nancy instead of Mustang Sally. Thanks for sharing. A definitely a boss car of its time.

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Added: January 5, 2018
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I found this website while looking for information on RnB 90s for an essay I have to write. It's been super useful and helpful for writing my essay so thanks!

Admin reply: You are welcome Emily. Thanks for stopping by.

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Added: January 4, 2018
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I ran across your site researching old things in 60's .... I was born in 1958 and my first things came alive in 60's and I so enjoy your site.have added it to my favorite sites
great job and thanks for the flash back :) :D

Admin reply: Glad you found us Kenneth. Thanks for signing the guestbook and checking us out.

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Added: January 2, 2018
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Found your website while searching for a lists of popular toys of the 60s. What a blast (was that on the list of slang). I thought of a couple other slang terms also--

Preppies (or Collegiates) -- the kids who always followed the rules, wore the right (parent and popular magazine approved) clothes and hairstyles, and seemed most likely to go on to college).

Rocker -- the opposite of a Preppie, although it had more to do with their hairstye or the clothes they wore than that they didn't follow the rules. In the 50s, they might have been called greasers.

Beehive - as in "she has a beehive (referring to her highly ratted or teased) hairdo."

Enjoying the site...so much to to see, so I'll be back!

Admin reply: Thank you for your comments Mary Ann and for signing the guestbook. Do stop in often as new content is added weekly.

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Added: December 31, 2017
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Great site, I ran across it this morning as I was listening to Phlash Phelps On 60's on 6 sirius radio.
He does city of the day and the clue was Chicken Man and I Googled Chicken Man and your site pop up on top sites.

So I sent Phlash your site for the answer to city of the day. Benton Harbor, MI.

I'm still reading your site. Thanks for the Smile today, Jeanette

Admin reply: Thank you Jeanette for finding us. I listen to Phlash myself when I am on a road trip.

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Added: December 27, 2017
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love the 60's . we met in 1966 and have been together ever since

Admin reply: Thank you and congratulations to both of you.

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Added: December 24, 2017
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Oh how cool is this site , Thanks for all your hard work and great memories ...Lost in the 60's tonight ! Do Ya like good Music ...Sweet soul Music ...YES I DO , see ya later Alligator ;) Keep on Rockin! Miss those day sooooo much . :!cry:

Admin reply: Thank you Janet. Keep checking in as new content is added weekly.

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Added: December 24, 2017
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Well done with your webpage AAA+++++++ I look forward to seeing what you come up with in 2018 Again great work and Merry Christmas to all D

Admin reply: Thank you Doc and Merry Christmas to you.

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Added: December 21, 2017
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Blackstones: The Blackstones were actually a Chicago area band that formed in 1967. They were a quartet and not a trio consisting of Dave Kell, Jerry McGeorge (Shadows of Knight / H.P. Lovecraft), Tom Osborne and Geoff Bryan aka Jeff Boyan (Saturday's Children. They formed in 1965, released (3)decent 45s, and disbanded at the end of that year when (2) members were drafted.There supposedly was other bands with the same name, in Chicago and out on the east coast that were not even remotely as interesting. They opened for The Beau Brummels and The Byrds at the first shows that Barry Fey promoted.

Admin reply: Thank you for your info concerning the the Blackstones. I guess those from the Chicago area would be more familiar with them.

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Added: December 13, 2017
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