The Sensational 70s

Your favourite 70s relic is?

  • Leyland P76

    Votes: 4 11.1%
  • Fred Cook

    Votes: 1 2.8%
  • Hot August Night

    Votes: 3 8.3%
  • Uncle Sam deodorant

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Number 96

    Votes: 2 5.6%
  • Abba

    Votes: 7 19.4%
  • Treads

    Votes: 2 5.6%
  • Paleface Adios

    Votes: 5 13.9%
  • Poseidon Adventure

    Votes: 3 8.3%
  • Mr Ripper

    Votes: 9 25.0%

  • Total voters
    36

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M29

Brownlow Medallist
Mar 31, 2001
13,593
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Essendon
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I wasn't around. But I always see the first three strip adidas shoes, I think they well called "rome" and they were really white and had three stripes on them. That's what I first remember of th 70's.
 
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The Hitman

Guest
After meeting Mr. Ripper last Friday, and watching him trying to kick a football, I think he is the best 70's 'relic'. :D :eek: :p

The Hitman
 

mandy

Norm Smith Medallist
Sep 8, 2001
5,559
975
Heaven
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Originally posted by M29
I wasn't around. But I always see the first three strip adidas shoes, I think they well called "rome" and they were really white and had three stripes on them. That's what I first remember of th 70's.
Oh man!!!!!! I had those. Am I really that old????
 

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The Hippie

Club Legend
Jun 18, 2001
2,113
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Temora, N.S.W.
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North Melbourne
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As Paleface Adios was bred and based in my home town, I had to vote for him. Anyone remember the other two famous pacers from Temora at the same time, Adios Victor and Just Too Good?
 

Rusty Brookes

Premiership Player
Aug 9, 2001
4,831
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Preston
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Has to be Fred Cook, the VFA legend. His legendary 'use of the body' (two hands in the back of his opponent) had to be seen to be believed.

Of course, the Umpire would have been Frankie Virgona.:D
 

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