Broom Hilda by Russell Myers for July 07, 2022

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    Cornelius Noodleman  3 months ago

    Fix Or Repair Daily—-FORD.

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    C  3 months ago

    That’ll narrow it down

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    Susan00100  3 months ago

    IMO, this might be funnier if it was an Amazon delivery truck.

    Imagine Amazon’s logo on Broomie’s belly!! LMAO!!

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    bobpeters61  3 months ago

    I like the old ones better, that had each letter as a separate piece of chrome on the hood. Surprising how common ORDs were.

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    Zebrastripes  3 months ago

    Ooh noooo! Broomy was branded ! Too bad it wasn’t a CHEVY!

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    Jeff0811  3 months ago

    Some friends got rear ended by a hit & run. Part of the front plate on the car in back was imprinted on the rear bumper of their car. A little detective work, and arrests were made.

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    fuzzbucket  3 months ago

    Did Ford pay for the product placement? How about Doc Ford? Betty Ford? Broomie can’t afford to do this very often.

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    cuzinron47  3 months ago

    It certainly left an impression.

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    amaneaux  3 months ago

    If she had gotten out of the way, it would have been a Dodge. But since it hit her, it’s obviously a Ram.

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    DeaconJohnGiglioJr  3 months ago

    FORD: Found On Road Dead!

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    bobfjr  3 months ago

    Flip Over Read Directions

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    wiatr Premium Member 3 months ago

    I had three and two of those are among my best, longest running vehicles. I had a ‘69 Maverick (’70 model) and an ’87 Mustang. The latter I owned for 24 years.

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    syzygy47  3 months ago

    DODGE is a suggestion when it’s coming up behind you because RAM is what the redneck driver has in mind.

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    Sisyphos  3 months ago

    The one Ford product I remember in my lifetime was the ‘60 Falcon that nearly caught fire on its first intended long trip; before we’d even cleared Chicagoland, it was smoking. And it had to be towed.

    (Much later on, we had a Mercury, in the ’80s, which was okay. Technically not a Ford.)

    Stay outta the roadway, Broomie!

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