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Old 10-03-2012
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Re: Anyone have any idea how I might locate an old Morgan ad from 82 or 83?

Wow, we own a Morgan 384 that Charlie designed. I am sure my husband would LOVE to say hi to him, I will PM you for his number.
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Re: Anyone have any idea how I might locate an old Morgan ad from 82 or 83?

Originally Posted by bobperry View Post
Yes, there is that but traditions are important and just maybe your wife is a good sport. Actually you can get by substituting any boobs on CA.
Well, I ran it by Cate. She didn't even glance up from what she was doing as she said "nuts please"...

A little later I tried to tell her about tradition and being a good sport and all, and she reminded me about her many many hours logged crammed into cockpit lockers and lazerettes in boiling heat, sucking in fiberglass dust and busting up her knuckles on 47 year old fasteners at my urging... I almost tried pulling the "but it's Bob Perry!" tactic, but thought the better of it (as I would at least like to see the twins again within this decade). Substitute boobs it is it appears..

I got the impression talking to Charlie that he would be happy talking to anyone. If you pm me I could give you his number and you could give it a shot. Charlie is an old hero of mine and I had met him many years ago when I first stood on a Valiant 40 at the Nap show. I was probably 30 years old. It seemed a bit odd swapping stories with him like we were old buds.
I will, I'll PM you after I hit send here. Thanks for the offer, I really appreciate that! I wonder if he'll remember anything about that ad shoot trip, or if he was even a part of that. I barely remember it myself (I was only nine) but I remember going out and having a blast on the boat and flopping around like an otter out there with the others involved. I remember them telling me to jump off the boat for the shot, and I think I had to do it a couple of times so they could get the right shot. It'd be great to see that picture, I'm gonna try hard to find it.

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