Re: [CR]Re: "Adia Voya"

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Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2003 15:48:15 -0700
From: "Brian Baylis" <>
To: jamie swan <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Re: "Adia Voya"
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You know, it would have been super cool to have some photos of everybody at the time. The scene in the car was a priceless monent. When Masi stepped out he had a grin on his face that would make the Cheshire Cat jealous. Faliero was a happy and jovial man to begin with, but that car really turned him on. That smile was so big it nearly broke his face!

Too bad I'm not a camera bug, but it would have been unbelieveable to have a collection of personal pictures. Fire up the Wayback Machine, Mr. Peabody; I'm going back with my camera! I don't even have any photos of the car except for three poloroids taken by my next door neighbor at the time when the car was completely stripped of paint, all doors, bonnet, deck, seats, and interior were off or out. It was basically a carcass at the time. I was nineteen years old then!

Brian Baylis La Mesa, CA
> Brian Baylis wrote:
> > ... One fond memory of the
> > two of them was when I brought my self restored 1954 Bentley "R Type"
> > (extenden boot version w/ handcrank sunroof) to work one day. Masi just
> > about s*** a brick! Masi and Mario wanted me to take them for a drive,
> > so they occupied the spacious back seat as I took them for a drive in
> > Carlsbad. I would give my left nut to know what they were talking about
> > back there;
> I'd give my right nut for a photo of that scene!!!
> Jamie Swan - Northport, N.Y.