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    Do you know that for a fact? Any mechanic who didn't bleed the system after opening it up would be negligent, and liable in a lawsuit if there was a

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    Rick, haven’t read ur article yet but I’ve read about Rem before, he was very much under praised.
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    I would like to get on your list also. PM has already been sent.
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    I did it in 65 Mustang w/o limited skip diff. I think it was Thanksgiving Day 1971. One ll of a storm. It took me 26 hours to get home from NLondon.

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    I doubt if any of us guys who spent lots of money with Abarth, Ansa, Smithy's, Borla, Magnaflow, etc are ever going to sign on to quiet cars. I owned

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