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You'll buy me a beer?
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Is Sebastian Vito going to register to pump up the tires of his presser who regularly gets his 8.0 moderns into 8.5 holders?

Be nice or The_Watcher will have to jiggle your puddin'.


What Jim said. Play nice, Po
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You'll buy me a beer?

As long as it isn't one of those overpriced trendy UK beers that you post about on the Facebook.
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I was way too late to the game to be from the start of the collector society boards, but here...I was waiting for them to go live so I could be a day one member.
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You'll buy me a beer?

As long as it isn't one of those overpriced trendy UK beers that you post about on the Facebook.


Does America even have any decent beer?
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This is the place to be then?



You'll buy me a beer?

As long as it isn't one of those overpriced trendy UK beers that you post about on the Facebook.


Does America even have any decent beer?


Lots of them and more popping up every day. you just need to move away from the mass produced beers
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(Bump)
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I'm here
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Here I am.
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Well, y'all knew I would be here. But I come here a more non-confrontational person. All I want to do is share my collection and see the collections of others. I will not become involved in pissing contests with anyone. Even if they start it. I hope y'all don't take my not responding to attacks, as weakness. It is not. I just want to share what I have spent a lifetime accumulating, and learn something now and then.

I do want to share something right now that is not comic book related, althongh it is magazine related.

What I want to share is my new old car. It is my current "baby".

This car was one of ten made in 1966. And by that I mean, there were only ten made in the Plymouth factory in California in 1966 that came from the factory in Playmate Pink.

I am sure that few, if any, of you know that starting in 1964, Hugh Hefner of Playboy Magazine gave a new pink car to the Playmate of the Year. I think he still does that. I know that he deviated once or twice over the years. One year he gave a POTY a boat, and another time I think he gave a car that was not pink. But almost always they were pink cars. I think mine was the only Plymouth he ever gave to a POTY. There is a list on the internet, with pictures, of all the pink cars over the years. This one is there. I also have a signed picture of Lisa Baker with this car.

Anyway, I now own the car Playboy gave to the 1967 Playmate of the Year, Lisa Baker. But they gave her a 1966 Plymouth Barracuda instead of a 67' car. That is now my "baby". It has a 318 V8, with auto transmission and power steering. It looks cherry (totally redone but painted in the original factory pink just as Hugh Hefner special ordered it). I sold my 56' Dodge Coronet to purchase this vehicle. I am looking forward to taking it to some Classic Car Rally's this summer. It has the original radio in it, but alas, it does not work. So I am going to have a new CD player mounted in the glove box, out of sight. It has the biggest piece of glass ever put on a passenger car (so I am told). The back seats fold down and that makes 7 feet of area in the back. Two people could "sleep" (or whatever) in that area.




Extremely cool, one-of-a-kind car. Hope you enjoy it (plus I love old Mopars!)
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I like the shiny new Forum!
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Funny I couldn't get on the forum at all yesterday. I see some of you guys were on 20 hours ago. Oh well made it on today no problem.
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Is Sebastian Vito going to register to pump up the tires of his presser who regularly gets his 8.0 moderns into 8.5 holders?

Be nice or The_Watcher will have to jiggle your puddin'.


What Jim said. Play nice, Po


We call him "KFP" for short.
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I find it interesting that so far here on the CBCS forum. The signature ASP thread seems to be the most active. Other than this welcome thread.

I would have never thought that. Although I admit. I don't have a clue what "ASP" stands for. "Autograph Signature Potentials"?
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Funny I couldn't get on the forum at all yesterday.


That's because CBCS screwed up the link, it wasn't your fault.
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I'm here! There goes the neighborhood.
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COLLECTOR conditionfreak private msg quote post Address this user
So, it looks like the vote counts will take the place of post counts.

That might make it tougher to become a "somebody special" here.

(Just joking around)
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Nice to see the Forum up and running. From the looks of things, a lot of fans and collectors have been waiting for this site to go live!
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Awesome !! We are up and posting.
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I don't have a clue what "ASP" stands for


Authentic Signature Program

"All comic books submitted under the Authentic Signature Program have been signed or sketched in the presence of a CBCS Authorized Witness and immediately submitted for grading and encapsulation"
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This is the place to be then?



You'll buy me a beer?

As long as it isn't one of those overpriced trendy UK beers that you post about on the Facebook.


Does America even have any decent beer?


Lots of them and more popping up every day. you just need to move away from the mass produced beers


Microbreweries rule!
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wave
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Hi everybody. Is this where all the Comic weirdo's hang out?
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Anyway, I now own the car Playboy gave to the 1967 Playmate of the Year, Lisa Baker. But they gave her a 1966 Plymouth Barracuda instead of a 67' car. That is now my "baby". It has a 318 V8, with auto transmission and power steering. It looks cherry (totally redone but painted in the original factory pink just as Hugh Hefner special ordered it). I sold my 56' Dodge Coronet to purchase this vehicle. I am looking forward to taking it to some Classic Car Rally's this summer. It has the original radio in it, but alas, it does not work. So I am going to have a new CD player mounted in the glove box, out of sight. It has the biggest piece of glass ever put on a passenger car (so I am told). The back seats fold down and that makes 7 feet of area in the back. Two people could "sleep" (or whatever) in that area.




Sweet car and a favorite for me. Around 1968 I bought a 1964 'cuda. It had a 273, 4 speed manual in Burgundy Red. I tricked it out for the street band it was a blast!
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Good evening, dorks
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Buenos noches!
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Hi Everyone! Good to see the usual suspects here
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