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Old 09-13-2010, 12:29 PM   #61
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hey they were cool. have I mentioned I have two 80's jeeps..to be honest I do not remember any one except Daisy Duke and I think mcgyver who even had jeeps back in those days
Yup, in fact the jeep I am fixing to have a build thread on is gonna be my version of Daisy's jeep

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I busted at least 3 PK Ripper frames before I learned my lesson and 1986 bought a Haro Master. Maybe it had to do with me trying to use a bmx racing frame for a freestyle bike but who knows.

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oooooo Came across this little gem. This was my "boy" stage and it's obvious I was the "Last Member" of the Member's Only Jacket Club!!

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Yup I remember the challenger like it was yesterday....back row in 7th grade science class right after lunch and we were watching it on tv
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I didn't have a BMX bike. I rode one of these around the farm.

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Ice Ice Baby was not the 80s but close enough I guess. I ripped it on karaoke night at a bar a couple weeks back.

My best memories of the 80s are the early 80s and the music that takes me back to being a kid. Men At Work, Toto, Prince, Michael Jackson,The Human League, Culture Club (I admit it), Joan Jett, Phil Collins, Lionel Richie etc.
80s country was great then too, Alabama, Juice Newton, Hank Jr, Conway Twitty. etc.
My first concert was Alabama in a field in 81 in Palatka, Fl. Saw my first set of boobs there too
You are right about Vanilla Ice, I couldn't help myself.....

My FIRST concert was with my neighbors hippie parents when I was 11, Three Dog Night, and I watched people smoke out of pipes.....lol
I saw Poison, Skid Row, Motley Crew in a 5 month period when I was 17 and I thought I was the baddest mofo around.....lol Needless to say, I saw Motley Crew 3 years ago here in CA and it was more fun and more scandalous than when I was 17!! hahaha
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Super Bowl History 1980 - 1989
Super Bowl XIV

Chuck Noll's Pittsburgh Steelers would repeat to win Super Bowl 14 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California on January 20th, 1980 against Ray Malavasi's LA Rams. Terry Bradshaw took home MVP for the second straight year as the Steelers won their 4th Super Bowl before any other team had won three. John Stallworth and Lynn Swan each caught touchdowns, while Franco Harris ran for two. Dave Elmendorf, Rod Perry, and Eddie Brown intercepted three Bradshaw passes, but it wasn't enough. Lawrence McCutcheon connected with Ron Smith on a halfback pass but quarterback Vince Ferragamo couldn't make the big throw for the Rams. Unsung hero, Larry Anderson, had 162 return yards setting up the Steeler win, 31-19.

Super Bowl XV

Tom Flores' Oakland Raiders beat Dick Vermeil's Philadelphia Eagles, 27-10, in Super Bowl 15 on January 25th, 1981 at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans. Ron Jaworski had 291 yards, but was intercepted by linebacker Rod Martin three times. Jim Plunkett threw three touchdowns in Super Bowl Fifteen; an 80 yard bomb to Kenny King, and two shorter scores to Cliff Branch. An Eagle defense led by John Bunting and Herman Edwards couldn't slow Plunkett and Mark Van Eeghen (75 yards). Ted Hendricks, Matt Millen, Dave Browning, and Martin led the stout Raider defense.

Super Bowl XVI

On January 24, 1982 Super Bowl 16 was played in Pontiac, Michigan at the Pontiac Sliverdome. Bill Walsh's San Francisco 49ers faced Forrest Gregg's Cincinnati Bengals. MVP, Joe Montana, inched his Forty-Niners into Super Bowl Sixteen by completing a last second touchdown to Dwight Clark in the NFC Title Game, known as "The Catch". Montana took home MVP honors, throwing one touchdown to Earl Cooper, while running for another. Ray Wersching had a Super Bowl record 4 field goals. Ken Anderson brought the Bengals roaring back with a touchdown run and pass to Dan Ross. But early turnovers by Chris Collinsworth and Anderson were too much to overcome as Eric Wright, Lynn Thomas, Ronnie Lott, and Dwight Hicks led San Francisco's defense to victory.

Super Bowl XVII

On January 30th, 1983, Joe Gibbs' Washington Redskins beat Don Shula's Miami Dolphins 27-17 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. Super Bowl 17 MVP, John Riggins, rushed for a record 166 yards, and Joe Theismann threw two touchdowns, to Alvin Garrett and Charlie Brown, leading the Redskin comeback in the second half. Miami's 17 Super Bowl Seventeen points came in the first half; a 76 yard touchdown pass from David Woodley to Jimmy Cefalo, a short field goal by Uwe Von Schamann, and a 98 yard kickoff return by Fulton Walker. Vernon Dean and Mark Murphy led the Washington defense that held Woodley and Don Strock to 4-17 passing.

Super Bowl XVIII

Joe Gibbs' Washington Redskins were back as Defending Champs for Super Bowl 18 in Tampa, Florida on January 30th, 1983. Super Bowl Eighteen was different for Joe, as Tom Flores' Los Angeles Raiders blew-out Joe Theismann (2-ints), John Riggins (64-yds) and the rest of the Redskins, 38-9, in the Super Bowl's most lopsided contest yet. Marcus Allen literally ran away with Super Bowl MVP, compiling over 200 total yards and two touchdowns, with a record 192 rushing. Derrick Jensen blocked a punt for a touchdown and linebacker Jack Squireck returned an interception for a score to end the half. Jim Plunkett tossed a TD to Cliff Branch adding fuel to the fire.

Super Bowl XIX

On January 20th, 1985 Don Shula's Miami Dolphins played Bill Walsh's San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 19 at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, California. Two of the NFL's greatest quarterbacks of all time, Dan Marino and Joe Montana, led their respective teams into what promised to be an offensive explosion. But Walsh's Nickel Defense held Marino well below season averages while the Dolphins couldn't coral Super Bowl Nineteen MVP Joe Montana (361 yards, 4 total touchdowns), Roger Craig (3 scores), and Dwight Clark, as the Niners nailed Miami, 38-9. Manu Tuiasosopo, Ronnie Lott, and Eric C. Wright halted Mark Clayton, Mark Duper, Tony Nathan, and the Dolphins.

Super Bowl XX

In Super Bowl 20, on January 26th, 1986, Mike Ditka's Chicago Bears destroyed Raymond Berry's New England Patriots 46-10, in the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans. The Bear's "46 Zone" that helped Chicago to a 15-1 record, recorded 7 sacks, holding Steve Grogan, Tony Eason, Morgan Stanley, and the Patriots to 10 points and just 7 yards rushing. One of the most popular teams of all time, the Bears were led by Jim McMahon, Walter "Sweetness" Payton, Mike Singletary, Super Bowl MVP Richard Dent, Willie Gault, and rookie William "Refrigerator" Perry. Their famous "Super Bowl Shuffle" rap song peaked at #41 on the Billboard charts. Their nearly perfect season, tagged the Bears one of the greatest teams of all time.

Super Bowl XXI

On January 25th, 1987 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, Dan Reeves' Denver Broncos lost 39-20 to Bill Parcells' New York Football Giants in Super Bowl 21. Super Bowl Twenty-One MVP, Phil Simms was 22-25, for 261 yards and 3 touchdowns. His 88% completion percentage is a Super Bowl record. John Elway led the Broncos in rushing and passing, throwing for 304 yards. Vance Johnson led the game with 121 yards, but neither could bring home the Broncos' first Super Bowl. Joe Morris and Mark Bevaro helped Simms control the second half as a record 8 different players caught passes for the N.Y. Giants.

Super Bowl XXII

Super Bowl 22, played on January 31st, 1988 at Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego, California, saw Joe Gibbs' Washington Redskins maim Reeves' Denver Broncos 42-10. John Elway threw a 56 yard touchdown to Ricky Nattiel and Rich Karlis' field goal put the Broncos up 10-0. It was false hope for Denver as the Redskins ran off 42 unanswered points to win Super Bowl Twenty-Two. MVP Doug William's had a record tying 4 touchdowns to Ricky Sanders (2), Clint Didier (1), and Gary Clark (1).Two records fell as Sanders had 193 yards receiving and rookie runner Timmy Smith rushed for 204 yards. Led by Barry Wilburn and Alvin Walton the Redskins held Denver scoreless for the last three quarters.

Super Bowl XXIII

On January 22nd, 1989 at Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami, Florida, Sam Wyche's Cincinnati Bengals lost to Bill Walsh's San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 23, 20-16. Super Bowl Twenty-Three MVP, Jerry Rice, set a Super Bowl record with 215 yards receiving and Joe Montana had a record 357 yards. Boomer Esiason, Anthony Munoz, Tim McGee and Icky Woods all struggled against Ronnie Lott, Charles Haley, Tim McKyer, and the 49er defense. But, the Bengals' D, led by Jason Buck, Leon White and Solomon Wilcots, made big plays when they had to, as Cincinnati found themselves up 16-13 with 3:20 remaining. Montana led an 11 play, 92 yard, game winning drive that ended with a 10 yard touchdown pass to John Taylor with 34 seconds remaining.
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[QUOTE=nick50471;770658]I didn't have a BMX bike. I rode one of these around the farm.

Haha mullet boy still has his...cept he went through the motor and now he can't hold onto it ....I still have my ATC70 I got in first grade that I ride every now and again
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Yup I remember the challenger like it was yesterday....back row in 7th grade science class right after lunch and we were watching it on tv
it was 6th grade science class for me. i remember how terrified the teachers were that it was going to warp us since we just saw them die.
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My dad rigged up one of these for sis. She is in a wheel chair.

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Dude odysseys rule! I always wanted one but I was always too small.....now I am too big lol
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I didn't have a BMX bike. I rode one of these around the farm.

Haha mullet boy still has his...cept he went through the motor and now he can't hold onto it ....I still have my ATC70 I got in first grade that I ride every now and again
I can't imagine making that thing any faster than it already was. They were scary fast bone stock.
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You are right about Vanilla Ice, I couldn't help myself.....

My FIRST concert was with my neighbors hippie parents when I was 11, Three Dog Night, and I watched people smoke out of pipes.....lol
I saw Poison, Skid Row, Motley Crew in a 5 month period when I was 17 and I thought I was the baddest mofo around.....lol Needless to say, I saw Motley Crew 3 years ago here in CA and it was more fun and more scandalous than when I was 17!! hahaha
U2 was my first concert followed by Motley Crue, Eddie Money, Night Ranger and Cheap Trick. I still listen to all these and a lot of other 80's music.
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yeah she was hot even though I was not sure what her sugar walls were back then. lol

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Sheena's song Sugar Walls was banned from MTV and most of all radio stations. How things change
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Dude odysseys rule! I always wanted one but I was always too small.....now I am too big lol
We would play "Tag" around the farm. We would chase each other around the farm and have to bump one another to tag them. Not the smartest thing we ever did.
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I can't imagine making that thing any faster than it already was. They were scary fast bone stock.
Yeah I know...he blew it up and decided to do some more work to it. We have a local guy here that was bigtime in the minisprint 250R motors before they went to the CBR style...he basically did everything he could do to it including stroking it...then put it back on the 3wheeler lol...wouldn't run on anything less than 118 octane
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ok so I went to skid row and bon jovi, then there was don williams, juice newton, me mcdaniel and gosh the blind country singer cant think of his name. I remember going to the lake with my big sister and listening to casy kasem and america's top 40 and taping it on the cassette deck. woo hoo. and then there is pretty in pink and all the brat pack guys,
oh and wine coolers-bartles and james golden or helloo boones farm for like 2 bucks
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ok so I went to skid row and bon jovi, then there was don williams, juice newton, me mcdaniel and gosh the blind country singer cant think of his name. I remember going to the lake with my big sister and listening to casy kasem and america's top 40 and taping it on the cassette deck. woo hoo. and then there is pretty in pink and all the brat pack guys,
oh and wine coolers-bartles and james golden or helloo boones farm for like 2 bucks
tosh, since you are in the midwest ( I am from Nebraska ) and NOBODY here remember's Purple Passion in the 2-liter bottle????
Boones Farm was under $2 and we used to drink Keystone or Bush Lite.....ugh
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We can still get the PP here

And the singer your thinking of....Ronnie Milsap
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tosh, since you are in the midwest ( I am from Nebraska ) and NOBODY here remember's Purple Passion in the 2-liter bottle????
Boones Farm was under $2 and we used to drink Keystone or Bush Lite.....ugh
I remember all that, FYI, I also remember going to Visalia and cruising in my jeep on weekends....lol
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Yup I remember the challenger like it was yesterday....back row in 7th grade science class right after lunch and we were watching it on tv
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tosh, since you are in the midwest ( I am from Nebraska ) and NOBODY here remember's Purple Passion in the 2-liter bottle????
Boones Farm was under $2 and we used to drink Keystone or Bush Lite.....ugh
kansas here. mmmm.....boons farm helped me score many times
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80's was my wild years. I probably took 20 different girls to Def leopard concerts.

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tosh, since you are in the midwest ( I am from Nebraska ) and NOBODY here remember's Purple Passion in the 2-liter bottle????
Boones Farm was under $2 and we used to drink Keystone or Bush Lite.....ugh
Can I get an AMEN for Purple Passion??? The girls loved the Purple Passion, and who was I to deprive them?

My friends and I always drank Busch Beer and for some reason we kept all of the cans we drank in high school and college. In college one of my friends had every room in his place (he owned a 3 story row home) lined with Busch Beer cans from floor to ceiling and filled with Busch Beer paraphanalia. We called it the Busch Mountains, and they even had the roof painted with the Busch logo. It looked majestic sitting across the street from the University of Cincinnati and we even made it into the local media.

OK QT, where in Nebraska are you from? I'm currently in Lincoln. Oh and you were rocking the Members Only jacket.

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