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Just joined. 

Love golf (obviously), photography and classic cars (I own a '67 Chevelle). I'm basically retired and have been playing for 35+ years. My index hovers between 1 and 3. 

Hope to meet some new online friends.



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14 hours ago, paperclip said:

A convertible too! Nice! I am from Mississauga too, welcome!

Thanks. Whereabouts in Mississauga? I'm about 5 min from Lakeview and play there all the time, along with Braeben. 

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On 3/25/2021 at 10:34 PM, Luv2kruz said:

Here ya go.




Welcome to TST! That is one fine car! 

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