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Author Topic: I'm pretty sure he knew what it was  (Read 1316 times)

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Offline Zoro

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I'm pretty sure he knew what it was
« on: June 15, 2012, 07:22:50 AM »
Yesterday I took the Eagle on a small road trip. At one point I notice a car pacing the Eagle on the left side at about 70mph. I look over and the guy is turned sideways in the driver seat with both hands off the wheel and filming with his Iphone! As soon as I acknowledged him with the nod I got a thumbs up and he sped off in the fast lane waving and giving another round or two of thumbs up.

Didn't get a chance to catch up and talk with the guy but judging by his actions I'd say he knew what my Eagle was ;D
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263,000 miles and counting!

Offline recomer

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Re: I'm pretty sure he knew what it was
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2012, 07:55:50 AM »
Either that or he was a P.I. Hired by the wife/ex-wife/Gf/Ex-GF/etc and was following you  :banghead:

Ive seen a few snap a pic as they drove by me or while parked someplace. Most I talk to can remember when the last time they saw one on the road but not what its called.

Recently had transmission rebuilt and one of the owners told me the other owner of the shop saw my Eagle getting repaired and where did that car come from. The mechs at the shop told me it was one of the most unusual cars they've had in the shop in a LONG time. 
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