I remember that character!! He was a hoot!! And I remember that store too!!! Wonder whatever happened to that chain!! Comment posted by michiganfan on Monday, February 11th 2008 at 11:42pm.
Ah, Pat Harrington Jr... Comedically ahead of his time. He was born before Benny Hill, right? Comment posted by AbeFroman on Tuesday, February 12th 2008 at 9:16am.
Most Traks went out of business and were replaced by Advance Autoparts.
Yep! Ol' Pat's character of Dwaine F. Schneider was a hoot. Of course, he can't get away with the smokes in his sleeve though (that P.C. thing that is supposed to make everyone pure, elite, and perfect). Comment posted by armitagenlowell on Tuesday, February 12th 2008 at 3:51pm.
SAH-WEET! I haven't seen a Track Auto Commercial with Schnieder since I was a kid...thanks for posting. I bought a pair of cheap floormats from Track Auto when it had a going out of business sale over at the Columbia Plaza in Hammond circa 2001 I think....and I thought of Schnieder too...tears Comment posted by esmooth99 on Wednesday, February 13th 2008 at 2:17am.
As some of you might have seen this week... that can even happen to pro bowlers :) Comment posted by afdave on Saturday, January 21st 2012 at 2:37pm.
You must mean...
JUST SAYIN'! :) Comment posted by BobAnthony on Monday, January 23rd 2012 at 2:48pm.
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This clip has been viewed 866 times. This clip debuted on FuzzyMemories.TV on Monday, February 11th 2008.
For some unexplained reason I received the Mork and Mindy game from some program that was giving all the kids toys for Christmas because so many apparently were poor (we weren't so I don't know why they included all kids). Anyway it was a card game and one of the creatures on the card was called oopadoo and we would call one of our dogs that.
I remember this jingle. I was always fascinated by this store and loved when we took a ride there. I mentioned this on another video but this location has an interesting history. One of the first drive-ins was built on this spot then was torn down (not sure if it was to build Dispensas). After this was closed they built the tallest building (outside the city limits of Chicago) in Illinois.