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Old 01-23-2014, 10:32 PM   #1
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Default Rumbleseat remembered.

Thought I would share this with you, our local club put this in the newsletter after his recent passing, sorry to see him go.

Remembering
Paul Garrigan, friend of many of our members,
passed away on December 17th. He attended many
of our functions driving his beautiful '34 Ford
Roadster. Known around the country as
"Rumbleseat", he drove solo numerous times to both
coasts encountering many flathead friends along the
way. His old ford expertise and adventures on the
road helped and inspired many of us.
Paul was a member of the Denver Timing Association,
Denver Roadsters and Mile Hi Falcon Club.
He is survived by his wife Pauline, daughter Jan, and
soninlaw
John. Rest In Peace Paul.[/I][/B]
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Old 01-23-2014, 10:35 PM   #2
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All true... One heck of a Human Being!
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Thought I would share this with you, our local club put this in the newsletter after his recent passing, sorry to see him go.

Remembering
Paul Garrigan, friend of many of our members,
passed away on December 17th. He attended many
of our functions driving his beautiful '34 Ford
Roadster. Known around the country as
"Rumbleseat", he drove solo numerous times to both
coasts encountering many flathead friends along the
way. His old ford expertise and adventures on the
road helped and inspired many of us.
Paul was a member of the Denver Timing Association,
Denver Roadsters and Mile Hi Falcon Club.
He is survived by his wife Pauline, daughter Jan, and
soninlaw
John. Rest In Peace Paul.[/I][/B]
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Old 01-23-2014, 11:31 PM   #3
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Default Re: Rumbleseat remembered.

He was also a visionary when the internet became viable and he knew it was a way to share with future flatheaders the knowledge that would one day pass with him. You can find a lot of Paul's wisdom here if you take some time to sort thru all the categories:

http://www.btc-bci.com/~billben/flathead.htm

and here:

http://flatheadv8.org/odyssey.htm
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Old 01-25-2014, 08:45 PM   #4
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He was also a visionary when the internet became viable and he knew it was a way to share with future flatheaders the knowledge that would one day pass with him. You can find a lot of Paul's wisdom here if you take some time to sort thru all the categories:

http://www.btc-bci.com/~billben/flathead.htm

and here:

http://flatheadv8.org/odyssey.htm

wow i just now finshed reading every thing took parts of two days
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