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Date Posted: 18:10:55 07/29/07 Sun
Author: Edward
Author Host/IP: adsl-75-11-185-211.dsl.sndg02.sbcglobal.net /
Subject: Re: Volkswagon convertible that Rick drove
In reply to: Mary Ann Cade 's message, "Volkswagon convertible that Rick drove" on 21:19:31 07/28/07 Sat

>I was watching the DVD set that I got yesterday!
>Wonderful memories, but did not remember that Rick had
>that vehicle that looked like a cross between a
>Volkswagon Beetle in the front and some sort of jeep
>in the back.
>Does anyone know what type of vehicle this was? Was
>it a VW Thang or something like that?
Yes, it was a VW "Thing" I used to live for this show to come on when I was a kid. I now have the entire series on both VHS and DVD. My 7th grade teacher had one on the Things when I was in school and amzingly looked very simular to Joanna, long hair, thin build, and short in stature. Glad to see that they are rereleasing the series.

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