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Gangster Ride:Al Capone's Car Goes On Sale

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Great find!

He was a great man, another one of my favorites,

one of the originals.

nice find op, if i had the money id buy it!

thanks ,

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Nice looking car!

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That is a beauty. :tu:

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Shall we all club together and buy it?

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Shall we all club together and buy it?

Shotgun.

Now I need an M1a1 Thompson... (Tommy gun)lol

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He was a great man, another one of my favorites,

one of the originals

Al Capone? Please say you're joking? Please.

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Al Capone? Please say you're joking? Please.

Yeah! why not!

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Posted (edited)

Yeah! why not!

"Capone had invited three Sicilian gangsters to a lavish feast. He was the most exuberant and genial of hosts until the enormous meal had been consumed. Then, suddenly, he accused them of disloyalty an offense he could not tolerate.

"Capone's bodyguards fell upon them , lashing them to their chairs with wire and gagging them.

Capone got up, holding a baseball bat. Slowly, he walked the length of the table and halted behind the first guest of honor. With both hands, he lifted the bat and slammed it down full force. Slowly, methodically, he struck again and again, breaking ones in the man's shoulders, arms and chest. He moved to the next man and, when he had reduced him to mangled flesh and bone, to the third.

One of the bodyguards then fetched his revolver from the checkroom and shot each man in the back of the head."

http://www.trutv.com...ers/ness/3.html

If that's "great", I'm glad I'm a nobody.

(no offence, Super-Fly)

Edited by Eldorado
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"Capone had invited three Sicilian gangsters to a lavish feast. He was the most exuberant and genial of hosts until the enormous meal had been consumed. Then, suddenly, he accused them of disloyalty an offense he could not tolerate.

"Capone's bodyguards fell upon them , lashing them to their chairs with wire and gagging them.

Capone got up, holding a baseball bat. Slowly, he walked the length of the table and halted behind the first guest of honor. With both hands, he lifted the bat and slammed it down full force. Slowly, methodically, he struck again and again, breaking ones in the man's shoulders, arms and chest. He moved to the next man and, when he had reduced him to mangled flesh and bone, to the third.

One of the bodyguards then fetched his revolver from the checkroom and shot each man in the back of the head."

http://www.trutv.com...ers/ness/3.html

If that's "great", I'm glad I'm a nobody.

(no offence, Super-Fly)

its not the violence im impressed with, its the fact that he got one over on the system.

admittedly the system won overall!

no offence taken!

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its not the violence im impressed with, its the fact that he got one over on the system.

admittedly the system won overall!

no offence taken!

He died a paranoid schizo recluse riddled with disease. lol

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He died a paranoid schizo recluse riddled with disease. lol

With the mind of a twelve year old too, maybe it was Karma?!

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With the mind of a twelve year old too, maybe it was Karma?!

Yep... I reckon so.

(I love saying that)

:)

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I'de put some 24's on dat b**** and call it a day.

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Doesn't seem like it has a scratch on it. Like its been restored to look prior to any gun fights.

That's no fun.

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i bet a gangster's gonna buy it^^

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I love these old cars - and this one is literally killing :-).

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If i was wealthy this car would be mine. I'd drive it every day too. My bumper sticker would say "Suck it Woodrow" .

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If i was wealthy this car would be mine. I'd drive it every day too. My bumper sticker would say "Suck it Woodrow" .

Nice one, mate :-D

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