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JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)

 
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4 agents, Connolly, his wife and the 2 kennedys
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Do you mean 4 agents such as two in front seat and two (sometimes) standing on the back?
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Correct.
The car has 2 spots to ride on either side of the bumper..
2 agents inside the actual car.
It was always 8 then 6
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I was only counting the people inside the car. So, 6 in car, 2 clinging to car. 8 total (sometimes).
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
always has been 6.
always will be 6.
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if so why is this museum has a limo with 4 sits?

[link to i.ytimg.com (secure)]
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Here is a link to the museum..

With that image it says.

1963 Lincoln Covertible
Used to give the feel of that day in Dallas. This is not the actual car nor a replica.


[link to historicautoattractions.com]
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
100% certain there were 4.
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Are you an older kinda guy?

Like I said above, I'm over 60, and I know what I saw.

The Lincoln Conny was a 4-seater car, not a stretch limo in any way, and did not have fold-down jump seats.
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
Six.

Driver's side:
Greer
Mrs. Connolly
Mrs. Kennedy

Passenger's side:
Kellerman
Gov. Connolly
Pres. Kennedy

I mean, JFK would have probably lived if he'd driven himself. But, there always was a driver (Greer).
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This is exactly correct....names and locations of.
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
always has been 6.
always will be 6.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1760662


if so why is this museum has a limo with 4 sits?

[link to i.ytimg.com (secure)]
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Here is a link to the museum..

With that image it says.

1963 Lincoln Covertible
Used to give the feel of that day in Dallas. This is not the actual car nor a replica.


[link to historicautoattractions.com]
 Quoting: Tangy


The JFK car was a four-seater Lincoln Continental Mk III.
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
4 agents, Connolly, his wife and the 2 kennedys
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Do you mean 4 agents such as two in front seat and two (sometimes) standing on the back?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73225689


Correct.
The car has 2 spots to ride on either side of the bumper..
2 agents inside the actual car.
It was always 8 then 6
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73260911


I was only counting the people inside the car. So, 6 in car, 2 clinging to car. 8 total (sometimes).
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when the event happened, there were 6 in the car.

Remember people were asking why the 2 guys jumped off just before the assassination?
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
There is no way that we can agree on this.

I'm very much not alone when I say that the JFK Lincoln was a 4-seater.

Many people know that it was, yet there are equally many people who maintain that there were 6 people in that car.

Make no mistake, this almost makes me want to strap on my Depends, and vomit with fear.

When Reality gets fucked with, it's scary.
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
100% certain there were 4.
 Quoting: SaltyFlats


Are you an older kinda guy?

Like I said above, I'm over 60, and I know what I saw.

The Lincoln Conny was a 4-seater car, not a stretch limo in any way, and did not have fold-down jump seats.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68636300


For being over 60 you should know more about the x-100...the name given to the CUSTOM built Lincoln president Kennedy rode in. Among many other options..such a hydraulically operated rear seat that could be risen higher...it was indeed stretched....about 4'
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
100% certain there were 4.
 Quoting: SaltyFlats


Are you an older kinda guy?

Like I said above, I'm over 60, and I know what I saw.

The Lincoln Conny was a 4-seater car, not a stretch limo in any way, and did not have fold-down jump seats.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68636300


For being over 60 you should know more about the x-100...the name given to the CUSTOM built Lincoln president Kennedy rode in. Among many other options..such a hydraulically operated rear seat that could be risen higher...it was indeed stretched....about 4'
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Yes, we keep smashing our head against this rock, don't we?

You really don't get what the Mandela Effect is, do you?
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
and why is Life magasine have this?

[link to 74.81.92.162]
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Short clip here,

[link to www.gettyimages.com]

need to find full clip

[link to www.wpafilmlibrary.com (secure)]

Personally I remember 6.

Apparently I am still in the old timeline, or however that mandella stuff works. lol..
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and why is Life magasine have this?

[link to 74.81.92.162]
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Short clip here,

[link to www.gettyimages.com]

need to find full clip

[link to www.wpafilmlibrary.com (secure)]

Personally I remember 6.

Apparently I am still in the old timeline, or however that mandella stuff works. lol..
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You're probably a young woman, am I right?

The Zapruder movie that we see now is so disturbing to me. It wasn't that way at all.
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
Whoa, ok it was first 8, then 6, then 7 after the assassination.
The agent jumps on the back of the car.
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
100% certain there were 4.
 Quoting: SaltyFlats


Are you an older kinda guy?

Like I said above, I'm over 60, and I know what I saw.

The Lincoln Conny was a 4-seater car, not a stretch limo in any way, and did not have fold-down jump seats.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68636300


For being over 60 you should know more about the x-100...the name given to the CUSTOM built Lincoln president Kennedy rode in. Among many other options..such a hydraulically operated rear seat that could be risen higher...it was indeed stretched....about 4'
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73263547


Yes, we keep smashing our head against this rock, don't we?

You really don't get what the Mandela Effect is, do you?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68636300


"You really don't get what the Mandela Effect is, do you?" This really seems to be your only recourse...as you keep saying it. The mandela effect is one thing....someone's bad memory, lack of knowledge or education is another. Just because YOU remember something one way, doesn't change the facts of what it actually was.
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Are you an older kinda guy?

Like I said above, I'm over 60, and I know what I saw.

The Lincoln Conny was a 4-seater car, not a stretch limo in any way, and did not have fold-down jump seats.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68636300


For being over 60 you should know more about the x-100...the name given to the CUSTOM built Lincoln president Kennedy rode in. Among many other options..such a hydraulically operated rear seat that could be risen higher...it was indeed stretched....about 4'
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73263547


Yes, we keep smashing our head against this rock, don't we?

You really don't get what the Mandela Effect is, do you?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68636300


"You really don't get what the Mandela Effect is, do you?" This really seems to be your only recourse...as you keep saying it. The mandela effect is one thing....someone's bad memory, lack of knowledge or education is another. Just because YOU remember something one way, doesn't change the facts of what it actually was.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73263547


LOL! You still don't get it!

If I was some deluded nutcase and nobody agreed with me I'd say you're correct.

Only, there are millions of "deluded nutcases" like me.

Get in now, sport?
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For being over 60 you should know more about the x-100...the name given to the CUSTOM built Lincoln president Kennedy rode in. Among many other options..such a hydraulically operated rear seat that could be risen higher...it was indeed stretched....about 4'
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73263547


Yes, we keep smashing our head against this rock, don't we?

You really don't get what the Mandela Effect is, do you?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68636300


"You really don't get what the Mandela Effect is, do you?" This really seems to be your only recourse...as you keep saying it. The mandela effect is one thing....someone's bad memory, lack of knowledge or education is another. Just because YOU remember something one way, doesn't change the facts of what it actually was.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73263547


LOL! You still don't get it!

If I was some deluded nutcase and nobody agreed with me I'd say you're correct.

Only, there are millions of "deluded nutcases" like me.

Get in now, sport?
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*it

I hate making typos
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
There was 5
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
always has been 6.
always will be 6.
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if so why is this museum has a limo with 4 sits?

[link to i.ytimg.com (secure)]
 Quoting: SuperTard


Here is a link to the museum..

With that image it says.

1963 Lincoln Covertible
Used to give the feel of that day in Dallas. This is not the actual car nor a replica.


[link to historicautoattractions.com]
 Quoting: Tangy


The JFK car was a four-seater Lincoln Continental Mk III.
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It was in service for 13 years after the assassination..



The President's new car started out as a stock 1961 Lincoln Continental 4-door convertible, manufactured at Ford's plant in Wixom, Mich. in January 1961. The auto maker then sent it to another company, Hess & Eisenhardt, in Cincinnati, Oh., which customized it to serve as a parade limousine. That involved fairly radical alternations, including cutting the car in half and adding a 3-and-a-half-foot section to the middle.

It may seem puzzlingly strange, even macabre, that LBJ who had been riding two cars behind JFK in Dallas would reuse the same car in which his predecessor had been slain. But apparently, the Secret Service decided that it was faster and more economical to recycle JFK's old Lincoln than it was to order the building of a new Presidential parade limousine. Those who'd seen JFK in the limousine in Dallas might not have recognized it. The navy blue Lincoln no longer was a convertible, having been equipped with a bulletproof metal-and-glass hardtop roof. There were numerous other security modifications as well, which bystanders couldn't see.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

The car draws crowds at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, where it ended its long journey. When President John F Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, he was riding in a motorcade through Dallas in the 1961 Lincoln Continental four-door convertible.
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The ME is a serious fucking thing, guys.

The fact that there are many, many people who remember a different Reality should scare the fuck outta you!
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Well, I remember 6.

It's impossible to argue about it though. Except the fact that there are many many more films, and pictures of 6 people in the car.

But the reason it is impossible to argue is, "Mandela effect changed all images and movies.."

lol.. How can you argue against that?
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if so why is this museum has a limo with 4 sits?

[link to i.ytimg.com (secure)]
 Quoting: SuperTard


Here is a link to the museum..

With that image it says.

1963 Lincoln Covertible
Used to give the feel of that day in Dallas. This is not the actual car nor a replica.


[link to historicautoattractions.com]
 Quoting: Tangy


The JFK car was a four-seater Lincoln Continental Mk III.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68636300


It was in service for 13 years after the assassination..



The President's new car started out as a stock 1961 Lincoln Continental 4-door convertible, manufactured at Ford's plant in Wixom, Mich. in January 1961. The auto maker then sent it to another company, Hess & Eisenhardt, in Cincinnati, Oh., which customized it to serve as a parade limousine. That involved fairly radical alternations, including cutting the car in half and adding a 3-and-a-half-foot section to the middle.

It may seem puzzlingly strange, even macabre, that LBJ who had been riding two cars behind JFK in Dallas would reuse the same car in which his predecessor had been slain. But apparently, the Secret Service decided that it was faster and more economical to recycle JFK's old Lincoln than it was to order the building of a new Presidential parade limousine. Those who'd seen JFK in the limousine in Dallas might not have recognized it. The navy blue Lincoln no longer was a convertible, having been equipped with a bulletproof metal-and-glass hardtop roof. There were numerous other security modifications as well, which bystanders couldn't see.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

The car draws crowds at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, where it ended its long journey. When President John F Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, he was riding in a motorcade through Dallas in the 1961 Lincoln Continental four-door convertible.
 Quoting: Tangy


That doesn't even look like the car I remember.

It was an open-top limo, 4 seats and 4 people in it at the time JFK was murdered.
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
Well, I remember 6.

It's impossible to argue about it though. Except the fact that there are many many more films, and pictures of 6 people in the car.

But the reason it is impossible to argue is, "Mandela effect changed all images and movies.."

lol.. How can you argue against that?
 Quoting: Tangy


Fair enough, hon.

It freaks me the fuck out though, because I saw something very different to you.
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Here is a link to the museum..

With that image it says.

1963 Lincoln Covertible
Used to give the feel of that day in Dallas. This is not the actual car nor a replica.


[link to historicautoattractions.com]
 Quoting: Tangy


The JFK car was a four-seater Lincoln Continental Mk III.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68636300


It was in service for 13 years after the assassination..



The President's new car started out as a stock 1961 Lincoln Continental 4-door convertible, manufactured at Ford's plant in Wixom, Mich. in January 1961. The auto maker then sent it to another company, Hess & Eisenhardt, in Cincinnati, Oh., which customized it to serve as a parade limousine. That involved fairly radical alternations, including cutting the car in half and adding a 3-and-a-half-foot section to the middle.

It may seem puzzlingly strange, even macabre, that LBJ who had been riding two cars behind JFK in Dallas would reuse the same car in which his predecessor had been slain. But apparently, the Secret Service decided that it was faster and more economical to recycle JFK's old Lincoln than it was to order the building of a new Presidential parade limousine. Those who'd seen JFK in the limousine in Dallas might not have recognized it. The navy blue Lincoln no longer was a convertible, having been equipped with a bulletproof metal-and-glass hardtop roof. There were numerous other security modifications as well, which bystanders couldn't see.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

The car draws crowds at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, where it ended its long journey. When President John F Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, he was riding in a motorcade through Dallas in the 1961 Lincoln Continental four-door convertible.
 Quoting: Tangy


That doesn't even look like the car I remember.

It was an open-top limo, 4 seats and 4 people in it at the time JFK was murdered.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68636300



Those who'd seen JFK in the limousine in Dallas might not have recognized it. The navy blue Lincoln no longer was a convertible, having been equipped with a bulletproof metal-and-glass hardtop roof. There were numerous other security modifications as well, which bystanders couldn't see.

And.. it was 6 people..

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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
Well, I remember 6.

It's impossible to argue about it though. Except the fact that there are many many more films, and pictures of 6 people in the car.

But the reason it is impossible to argue is, "Mandela effect changed all images and movies.."

lol.. How can you argue against that?
 Quoting: Tangy


Fair enough, hon.

It freaks me the fuck out though, because I saw something very different to you.
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I know, it's impossible to argue each others memory. lol
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The JFK car was a four-seater Lincoln Continental Mk III.
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It was in service for 13 years after the assassination..



The President's new car started out as a stock 1961 Lincoln Continental 4-door convertible, manufactured at Ford's plant in Wixom, Mich. in January 1961. The auto maker then sent it to another company, Hess & Eisenhardt, in Cincinnati, Oh., which customized it to serve as a parade limousine. That involved fairly radical alternations, including cutting the car in half and adding a 3-and-a-half-foot section to the middle.

It may seem puzzlingly strange, even macabre, that LBJ who had been riding two cars behind JFK in Dallas would reuse the same car in which his predecessor had been slain. But apparently, the Secret Service decided that it was faster and more economical to recycle JFK's old Lincoln than it was to order the building of a new Presidential parade limousine. Those who'd seen JFK in the limousine in Dallas might not have recognized it. The navy blue Lincoln no longer was a convertible, having been equipped with a bulletproof metal-and-glass hardtop roof. There were numerous other security modifications as well, which bystanders couldn't see.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

The car draws crowds at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, where it ended its long journey. When President John F Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, he was riding in a motorcade through Dallas in the 1961 Lincoln Continental four-door convertible.
 Quoting: Tangy


That doesn't even look like the car I remember.

It was an open-top limo, 4 seats and 4 people in it at the time JFK was murdered.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68636300



Those who'd seen JFK in the limousine in Dallas might not have recognized it. The navy blue Lincoln no longer was a convertible, having been equipped with a bulletproof metal-and-glass hardtop roof. There were numerous other security modifications as well, which bystanders couldn't see.

And.. it was 6 people..

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The bulletproof hard-top was missing when JFK was killed.

JFK and Jackie were in an open-top limo.
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[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Have you ever considered you don't remember Greer and Kellerman because they were unknown to you and neither of them got shot?
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Of course LBJ hosed it off, added some bulletproof glass and rode around in it. Why wouldn't he? All things considered...
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Re: JFK car changed The Mandela Effect (4 people or 6?)
Well, I remember 6.

It's impossible to argue about it though. Except the fact that there are many many more films, and pictures of 6 people in the car.

But the reason it is impossible to argue is, "Mandela effect changed all images and movies.."

lol.. How can you argue against that?
 Quoting: Tangy


As with flat earth tards, you can't, and thats the point of fucking stupid arguments like this. Troll troll troll troll tro'lalalala

Mandela effect, fer fucks sake....
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Have you ever considered you don't remember Greer and Kellerman because they were unknown to you and neither of them got shot?
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No. I distinctly remember Governor Connally sitting in the front passenger seat, next to the driver (Greer?)
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[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Have you ever considered you don't remember Greer and Kellerman because they were unknown to you and neither of them got shot?
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No. I distinctly remember Governor Connally sitting in the front passenger seat, next to the driver (Greer?)
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SIIIIIIIIIIIXXXXXXXXXX 4 in the back, 2 in the front... now fuck off tard
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Of course LBJ hosed it off, added some bulletproof glass and rode around in it. Why wouldn't he? All things considered...
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Fuckin' LBJ was a piece of Crypto-Jew shit, so it doesn't surprise me at all that he would hose shit down, and use it!

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