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    Re: engine studder

    First thing I'd do - replace both the coil and the condenser. It's easy and quick. Or maybe just borrow a pair - and see if the problem evaporates.

    Tom M.
  2. Re: The results of a bureaucrat defending his exsistance.

    Exactly what I was thinking too!
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    Re: Finally on the road

    Before and After - looks like both the Bugeye, and the owner, are happier than ever!

    Congratulations!

    (and those stone walls look like my own back yard ...)

    Tom M.
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    Re: Winter project?

    Not to put too fine a point on it, but ...

    How's your Austin 7 doing these days?
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    Yep - a world where thousands actually do take the blow dryer into the tub or shower! (And who pays attention to warning labels, anyway?)

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  6. Thread: Mt. Rushmore

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    Re: Mt. Rushmore

    Doug - great photos!
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    Re: Mt. Rushmore

    Doug - has your BCF subscription expired? Many of your photos have disappeared.

    Walt - have you read "Monument Wars"? Concentrates on the history of Washington DC, but asks good questions about...
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    Re: 2002 Accord problem

    Paul- when you took it to a Honda shop, what did they say about the PGM-FI? (Post #15)

    Tom M.
  9. Thread: Mt. Rushmore

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    Re: Mt. Rushmore

    Walt - thanks for posting this. Always fascinates me that we build physical monuments to people, often while ignoring many things they did.

    Another take:
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    Automatic convertible maker

    This will look good on the resume' -


    https://youtu.be/oOpf-xw9FNU

    (read the comments ...)
  11. Re: The results of a bureaucrat defending his exsistance.

    Look what it did to the Grand Canyon ...
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    Re: Battle of Britain Day

    Trevor - looks like carrots were encouraged for several reason, including scarcity of sugar.
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    Re: Battle of Britain Day

    The British remember:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-guernsey-54090222

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    Re: New Guy From SC

    Chaz - welcome to BCF. My first whiff of British cars was a 120 also, back in high school. But settled on a 1955 Mk VII saloon to get me through college in the late '60s.

    Good to have you with...
  15. Re: The results of a bureaucrat defending his exsistance.

    B I N G O !

    When McDonalds is sued by a patron, because the coffee was hot and burned her ... we got troubles, right here in River City. The companies go to ridiculous lengths to protect...
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    Re: September 11, 2001

    Walt - that is an incredible coincidence. I wonder what thoughts were going through your mind, that day in 1963.

    Tom M.
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    Re: New Member - MG Midget - Calgary AB

    Dave - welcome to BCF. You'd be surprised how many Italian cars BCF members have - Alfa Romeo for example. Even some Lambrettas pop up here from time to time.

    I'd bet most everyone here got...
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    Re: Aw man....Dame Diana Rigg

    I think we've all been in that situation at one time or another ...
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    Re: New Member - Pwcs73b

    PW - welcome to BCF.

    You've got the experience and the energy ... so why not start up a British Car Club yourself!

    You can read the BCF membership list to find the area where members live -...
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    Re: New Member From Easton, CT

    Jack - welcome (back) to BCF. Sounds like you moved from Baldwin NY to Easton CT?

    Wow - restored but then neglected for 15 years! Now the fun begins for sure. Check out our AH forum when you...
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    September 11, 2001

    Where were you on the morning the horrors occurred? I was in my office at UConn, and watched campus TV showing the events as they happened.


    65365

    In memory, and in honor.
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    Re: What's the rush?

    Jeez Elliot - you're describing over half of today's New England drivers!

    When my dad was teaching me to drive (cars, not oxen ...) he gave me two rules:

    1. Assume that half of the drivers on...
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    Re: Calling all bird watchers

    hmmm - if the black grackles accept it, it's probably an albino grackle.

    https://naturesguy.com/2016/07/02/albino-grackle-what-is-it/

    (On a different tack, I haven't seen a Baltimore oriole in...
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    Do any of you guys know if those old aircraft are flying on their original engines? or have the engines been updated/replaced?

    Great to see those aircraft in the air again. Reminds me of Old...
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    Re: Enac Modern Computer

    Paul - great memories of the 1940s! Eniac was one of the earliest fully-electronic number crunchers.

    An electro-mechanical predecessor:

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    The Cambridge University (1938) Differential...
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