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66 Ford Mustang by Greg Gjerdingen
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Follow this link for more car pictures: www.flickr.com/photos/greggjerdingen/collections/72157631… 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible289 V-8AutomaticThis is an all original metal car with new paint, it has a fresh very strong 289 that was just built and runs perfect, the transmission shifts perfect, this thing drives better than new! Very nice interior and top, no rips or tears, new tires all around, this car is perfect for a summer drive and will need nothing to enjoy

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68 Dodge Charger R/T by Greg Gjerdingen
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Follow this link for more car pictures: www.flickr.com/photos/greggjerdingen/collections/72157631… 1968 Dodge Charger RT440 V-8 727 AutoSureGrip rear-endThis is a numbers matching 440, runs and drives great! The red paint with black top will turn heads and bring back the old days, new interior, new fuel tank, new exhaust, this car is ready to enjoy and is a great iconic car.

@probablementundinosaure submitted:

Please help, what kind of heron is this? 
(Photo: Jane Purslow, Tina Gartley, Lou Waldock, Walter Chavers)

That is a Gamboling Blue Heron!

They are very clumsy fliers, tending to tumble and botch landings. To untrained observers it might appear that they are simply having an inordinately good time cavorting about, but they actually live very stressed-out lives as they can’t figure out what they are doing wrong or how to improve. Above, a Gamboling Blue Heron spectacularly fails to land safely, both in method (on their head) and perch choice (the nest of a VERY territorial Osprey).