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Old 09-23-2014, 02:09 AM
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Here's some more pics at Daytona. The '63 green and white Superior Pontiac belonged to the Speedway and was taken in 1972.
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Could you please tell us the years of the other pics ?
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Old 09-24-2014, 03:40 PM
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I believe 1984 for the others.
Ken: Should we be expecting to see the X-Fort Wright (KY) Life Squad's 1973 S&S Medic Mark-I soon that the Lange Bros., us, Dr. Richards, Tim Fantin and Bruce B has now soon? THX-MM
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Old 09-24-2014, 08:55 PM
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Mike, I never used the Fort Wright car because it only had 19K miles on it and was intended to be a keeper and I didn't want to risk getting it damaged. I should have done the same with the '73 Criterion, however, by the time I realized how valuable it was, it was too late.
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Ken:

When the (twin) Lange Brother delivered the '73 S&S Medic Mark-I to me at the PCS Convention in Minneapolis-St. Paul circa the mid 90's from Canada, it had just turned over 37,100 original miles and was in PRISTINE condition.

This was my 1st PCS Convention, meeting Tony Karsnia, Evan Butchers, Steve Litchman, Tom McPherson, Walt McCall (and many other senior members) for the 1st time that has lead to over two decades of good times in the PCS. I believe Evan and I had the only two S&S Medic Mark-I's at the convention then, and of course his was "over the top" at being totally equipped when monogrammed pillow cases, blankets, official run book, Fire Dept badged chauffeur's's hat etc. THANKS for the memories! MM
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