Let The Good Times Roll, Part II Rolling around in 1947. Get a load of the little Jayhawks (University of Kansas mascot) dotting the windshield. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related 14 thoughts on “Let The Good Times Roll, Part II” Add yours Boy that car is as homely as that bike is cool. Indian or Harley? Is that a fringed bag on back? The dudes are even wearing dress slacks and dress shoes. Good times in deed. LikeLike Reply It does looked fringed. I wonder if they ironed their slacks before the ride. LikeLike Reply They had to have. Perma- Press was a ways off. Creases sharp enough to shave with. LikeLike Bubbles takes Brenda for a spin. Daddy has yet to see what Bubbles has done to his car to heighten Homecoming Weekend spirit. Billy prepares to take fraternity brother Brian for a spin. Daddy has yet to see what Billy has done with next semester’s tuition check. LikeLike Reply Perfect! Run, Billy, run! See Billy go! LikeLike Reply No more perfectly creased trousers for you, Billy boy! Join the chinos crowd! LikeLike I want that car!!!! What color are the background and dots? Black and white, I suppose. (notice I did not say “poop” at any time during this comment 😉 ) LikeLike Reply Well, it could be a very self-controlled seagull pooping consistently sized dots on the car, but chances are low. Especially with no beaches in Kansas. 😉 LikeLike Reply tee hee LikeLike Wow, I think that car used to belong to my father, while he attended Kansas University! We talked with him just last night and he said he used to own a black 1922 Dodge Phaeton. He said that after he sold it, the next owner painted pink polka dots on it. Gotta be the same one. Wow. LikeLike Reply No way. LikeLike Reply “It’s a small world after all.” Hehehe 😉 LikeLike Reply Wait a minute! That car belonged to Lawrence Welk and those are champagne bubbles. “Wunerful wunerful wonerful….” LikeLike Reply Tank you, tank you. LikeLike Reply Observation and Interpretation: Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.