(if url above does not work, then go to philly.com inquirer and
search for amphicar)
Not only did they suggest that Billy has (and I am quoting here)
"run his turquoise rarity aground before - in Lake Erie and in the
Potomac, Hudson and Cuyahoga Rivers" they also claim I drove "IN" my
63 Amphicar the 9 hours to New Jersey. (yeah right, do I look like
Bilgey?) I had it on my trailer.
Now I know Bill Syx is known for is "adventures", but come on...
Chris, I think it's news in general, whether it be
papers, TV or whatever, is at least 1/2 in the mind of
the reporter. I don't believe very much of what I see
or read anymore because they just seem to make things
up to make their story better. Like the stuff about
being stuck in the Cayahoga river and Lake Erie.
--- chris_skeeles <email@example.com> wrote:
> It must be the fact that we are dealing with an
> Amphicar. Why is it
> anytime the media does a story on these vehicle,
> that they almost
> always get the facts wrong.
> May I refer you to article:
> (if url above does not work, then go to philly.com
> inquirer and
> search for amphicar)
> Not only did they suggest that Billy has (and I am
> quoting here)
> "run his turquoise rarity aground before - in Lake
> Erie and in the
> Potomac, Hudson and Cuyahoga Rivers" they also claim
> I drove "IN" my
> 63 Amphicar the 9 hours to New Jersey. (yeah right,
> do I look like
> Bilgey?) I had it on my trailer.
> Now I know Bill Syx is known for is "adventures",
> but come on...
> Chris Skeeles
> Canton, Ohio
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