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    Senior Member Bill Simmeth's Avatar
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    Thumbs up Well Done Chuck and Randy!

    Great article in the new RoadScholars Magazine by Randy Wells about Chuck Miller! Good read and fun pics.
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    Fantastic article guys!
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    Chuck has been a member of our Australian TYP901 Register since 2005 and it's nice to see him displaying our grille badge in his cabinet and also our window decal proudly displayed on the rear quarter of his 911S.

    Kind regards to you Chuck

    Peter Williams
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    I could read stories about Chuck Miller all day, but I'd much rather listen to him tell stories...or read a book that he wrote (one can hope)...
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    loved those vintage road bikes on the wall....

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    Thanks, guys!

    I love bringing attention to those in this community who deserve it, and will continue to do so where I can.

    I also enjoy listening to Chuck tell stories. At the 2018 Treffen we had a great time recalling past escapades. Most of those would never make it to print..
    Randy Wells
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    Moderator Chuck Miller's Avatar
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    Thumbs up

    WOW... Thanks guys... and my bud Randy...

    I've seemed to be blessed with being at the right place, at the right time for a lot of this old car stuff through the years....

    - Looking under my '59 Alfa spider to see if it might be bleeding... in 1969.....

    Thanks again Randy,
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    Great to see, and congrats to Randy, Randy, and Chuck!

    pete

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    Excellent! Looking forward to Part 2

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    It is a wonderful story...about a car and a guy who just keeps driving it in all kinds of events. Hopefully, there are some 'young' guys reading the story and beginning a similar saga. These are the kind of stories that keep the Early911S registry, and R Gruppe going strong. A true love affair about rolling iron.
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