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Miss Lube Rack 1955 - You all know her
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May 12, 2013 07:59:14   #
charlie wrote:
I have no idea who the lady in the bathing suit is, but the person kneeling bottom left is ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NANCY PELOSI !!

plus 1!
May 12, 2013 08:11:01   #
OK, the answer is posted. It is titled, Answer: Miss Lube Rack 1955 but it is not in todays main index as you can see, it did not make it. Just go to "Newest Topics" and look near the bottom of page 1 to find it. Enjoy.
May 12, 2013 08:51:54   #
donrosshill (a regular here)
Pelosi. She is still greasing bill's through the house.
May 12, 2013 08:59:42   #
Bmac wrote:
It's Olivia Newton John, who, by the way, supposedly practiced her polishing skills on John Travolta. Oh, and the fellow just to the right of her is a young Mitt Romney. He had bought the service station to keep it from going bankrupt, then reorganized and sold it.

Okay, what do I win Croce? :mrgreen:

No! ONJ was born in 1948, same year as myself, she would only have been 7 years old!
May 12, 2013 09:00:24   #
charlie wrote:
I have no idea who the lady in the bathing suit is, but the person kneeling bottom left is ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NANCY PELOSI !!

I thought she was the one on the bottom right. I heard there was a Republican backed law to prevent her from wearing a swim suit.
May 12, 2013 09:19:04   #
nippy norman
can,t think of her name, shes the one who got pregnant in grease, She was 39 when she made the film
May 12, 2013 09:43:09   #
Croce wrote:
Attached is a photo of "Miss Lube Rack - 1955" I will post her identity in a seperate post tomorrow titled Answer: Miss Lube Rack 1955 so as not to spoil the fun. I guarantee you all know this beauty and she is still alive today but of course no longer posing in bathing suits.

Post your guess below.
Here is a hint: This is where she originally learned about grease.
Here is a 2nd hint: She also learned polishing skills here.

Please lets have fun and make unassisted guesses. In other words please just study the pictures and make your best guess Thanks
Attached is a photo of "Miss Lube Rack - 1955... (show quote)

I think it is closer to 1951 - here is a link to these and more:
May 12, 2013 10:32:22   #
May 12, 2013 10:54:15   #
travelwp (a regular here)
Croce wrote:
Post your guess below.

Harry Reid.
May 12, 2013 11:15:54   #
pounder35 (a regular here)
charlie wrote:
I have no idea who the lady in the bathing suit is, but the person kneeling bottom left is ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NANCY PELOSI !!

Best answer yet! :lol: :thumbup:
May 12, 2013 11:54:03   #
How about Stockard Channing?
May 12, 2013 11:57:55   #
Wabbit (suspended)
bobshear wrote:
How about Stockard Channing?

ehheh ..... nope ..... wanna guess again?
May 12, 2013 12:10:23   #
phyllis diller!
May 12, 2013 12:19:04   #
Wabbit (suspended)
jvo wrote:
phyllis diller!

Ehheh ..... nope ..... guess again?
May 12, 2013 12:39:43   #
Wabbit wrote:
Ehheh ..... nope ..... guess again?

This has been making the rounds of the web for some time, supposedly Pelousey, but since she was born in 1940 and the photo was taken in 1951 by most versions, she was a remarkably mature eleven-year-old.

Maybe that explains why she looks 174 now!
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