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Every now and then, I think I’d like to get a tattoo. Sure, everybody and their grandmother has one nowadays, so they don’t carry the sailor-on-shore-leave stigma they used to, but a tattoo is more than a social statement. It’s an expression of commitment to whatever that tattoo stands for. While they look good on others, and while I’m sure others have thoroughly thought through their decisions to get a tattoo, I know that I had better be fully wedded to this symbol or depiction I’ll place on my skin. Because I picture myself five, 10, 15 years down the road, and I know that my tastes will change, that I’ll have new influences and commitments in my life. Will I really want this moment in time to forever alter me? Will I really want to face laser tattoo removal to reverse that one decision? You know what I mean? From the description of this 1948 Packard Super 8 offered for $9,000 on Hemmings.com:
Vehicle was completely stripped down to the framework. Engine was completely factory rebuilt and reinstalled. Many of the engine parts have been chromed. New muffler. Lambo doors. Hood has been modified to tilt forward. Wiring and interior still needs to be done. Headliner good condition, seats need recovered.
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