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    Randy Forbes

    Re: Special tools for LBC'S

    Good for you! While I can compose a paragraph or two, it would tax my abilities to write a complete article, let alone a series of them. You are welcome

    Randy Forbes Today, 03:42 PM Go to last post
    BillyB62

    Re: Wood rimmed steering wheels

    My wife bought my wooden steering wheel for my 3A from Macy's Garage as a gift when I got my Master's Degree. Mark has a neighbor that makes a limited

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    Mickey Richaud

    Re: Here, Kitty, Kitty, Kitty

    Do you write from experience?

    Moot point anyway, as at my station any thoughts I might have about a mistress are merely that!

    Mickey Richaud Today, 03:14 PM Go to last post
    pdplot

    Re: Here, Kitty, Kitty, Kitty

    Do Not - I repeat - do Not - neglect the maintenance schedule. Best of luck with your new toy. It may be expensive, but its cheaper and safer than a Mistress.

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    pdplot

    Re: Clutch trouble

    Ha Ha! Too true. Not a good car for DIYers. But parts are available and not outrageous and the engines are pretty bulletproof - or so I'm told.

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    My car has had its rear lever action shocks replaced with a Wheewlright tube shock conversion. The shocks are stamped made in england 010672. What shocks replace the ones I have? Where to find them?

    garystrumphet 06-09-2019 04:40 PM
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