Set Goals to Make Your Passions Come True and Go Fast.

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If you discover your passion,

                  you owe it to yourself to make it happen. 

Not a lot of folks know this about me . I luuuv muscle cars from the 60's. I developed this  second childhood vice in 1989 when I found a 1969  Ford Cobra Torino and purchased it from a local source.  The sound of pure 428 cubic inches of  Cobra Jet power is indescribable.  And it feels even Better!  I test drove the car and bought it 5 minutes later.  Since that time we have worked on several project cars and our current stable includes a 1966 Pontiac GTO and a 1968 Chevy Super Sport.  Both go fast and sound great.  Unfortunately they don't touch pavement often enough.  Our favorite project was probably THE Blue Boo.  Boo was a 1965 Chevy Convertible Super Sport, 4 on the floor, air cond., dual exhaust.  Oh she was smooooth!

You know...... Real Estate Sales Success is like our other passions in life.  If you want something bad enough.... set a goal, persevere, don't give up,, believe and your dream will come alive and sometimes you can Drive it too!

THE BLUE BOO

 

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Rainmaker
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Tony & Darcy Cannon
Keller Williams Legacy - Woods Cross, UT
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Trey, Sweet Chevy!  Great post, I think that the hardest part would be finding a single passion.  I like so many things!  Thanks for the post, it gives me somethings to ponder.
December 01, 2007 12:40 AM #1
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Steve Snyder
RPM Mortgage Walnut Creek - Walnut Creek, CA

 

 

"Goals written down on paper
Let one stay focused on the
passion in the direction of
the goal of the passion!"

December 01, 2007 01:01 AM #2
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Trey, I keep learning more and more about you.  Clay would enjoy these types of cars too, but not me....I like new. 
December 01, 2007 04:58 AM #3
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Ginger Magoon
Remax Select , Bryan College Station - College Station, TX
Bryan, College Station Texas Real Estate
Cool car Trey.  I have a dog named Boo, I call him blue eye.  He has one blue eye and one Brown,  do you do the car shows?
December 01, 2007 08:17 AM #4
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Marchel Peterson
Results Realty - Spring, TX
Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro

Trey, what a fun passion.  I think it is important to have both personal passions and real estate passions it keeps everything in perspective.  We bought a new camera this year and learning to use it has become one of my new passions this year, which includes both real estate and fun.

We have someone in our subdivision that has a blue car that looks remarkably like your blue boo.  I guess next time I see him driving it around I will have to look at the make and model.

December 01, 2007 08:31 AM #5
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Trey Thurmond
BCR Realtors - College Station, TX
College Station , Texas Homes
Ginger, I have done a few shows...nothing famous.  The Boo actually took 1st at a show.
December 01, 2007 09:38 AM #6
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Gary Woltal
Keller Williams Realty - Flower Mound, TX
Assoc. Broker Realtor SFR Dallas Ft. Worth
Trey, you know how the world works! If you truly love something, nothing will stop you to work in that area. I love the photo of The Blue Boo. What a classic.
December 01, 2007 09:42 AM #7
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Sondra Meyer
Star View Real Estate - Colorado Springs, CO
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Great post.  I like the motivational sayings.  The name of the car cracks me up...the Blue boo. 

Yesterday I was driving on South College, just before you get to the down town area.  On the right hand side, I noticed that some people that are appear to be restoring really, really old cars look to be setting up shop.  Like maybe 1950/60 models.  One was parked on the inside in front of what would have been the store window.  Then there was a garage part.  Can't recall, what business used to be there.  You might be interested checking it out. 

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Sondra,

Thanks for the info. I haven't noticed that place. I will look for it.

Trey

December 02, 2007 09:20 PM #9
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