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    Re: Your thoughts?

    And congrats to you! So ... any thoughts on the video?
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    Re: Your thoughts?

    Good point!

    Any thoughts on the presentations? topic, delivery, etc.
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    Your thoughts?

    A long-time friend of mine is doing a series of short videos on some of the writings of Benjamin Franklin. He uses Franklin's original texts, with no "modern" comments or interpretation.

    We're...
  4. Thread: July 4, 1776!

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    Re: July 4, 1776!

    Mike - same here. Seems like the "creator" is given a contract to make a dozen 20 minute documentaries on various subjects. But the creator knows very little of the subjects, much less how tech...
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    Re: July 4, 1776!

    Ain't that the truth. Lots of entertainment (?) with flashy graphics, shallow research, and loud music. History's Mysteries, Secrets of the Dead, Mystic Britain - garbage. Learning something? ...
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    Re: Propane Morgans

    Some basic info here, including conversion:

    https://afdc.energy.gov/vehicles/propane.html

    Looks like you need a bigger tank for the propane, if you want to get the same number of miles as a...
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    TR6 Re: After I put in my new oil pump....

    Welcome to BCF.

    Compressed air will blow out *some* debris, but also jam other debris in tighter.

    Use kerosene and stiff brushes to clean each passage - kerosene dissolves the debris. Then...
  8. Thread: July 4, 1776!

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    July 4, 1776!

    Hooray! Today we celebrate the date the printer put on the public version of the Declaration, which wasn't completely signed until August!
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    MGB Re: Troubleshooting Mikune carb

    :applause:
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    MGB Re: Troubleshooting Mikune carb

    :encouragement:

    Great - hopefully the hybridz and Mikuni sites will be helpful.
    Tom M.
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    Farewell, Hugh Downs

    Quite a career he had, and some surprises most of us didn't know about. Rest In Peace.

    Hugh Downs, host of the Today show, 20/20, and so much more.

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    TR2/3/3A Re: Body leans to right side

    Ed - twist sometimes reveals itself in different width gaps between bonnet and body, and between boot and body. Also, if it's difficult to close the bonnet or boot when it's almost down. Edit: ...
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    TR6 Re: Idle change when brake is pressed

    Power brakes? There may be a vacuum leak in the booster when the brake pedal is pressed.

    Tom M.
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Body leans to right side

    Ed - just thought that the body might have been twisted at some time. You've had the car for 20+ years, and just noticed this, so I wondered if there have been any changes (parts, adjustments) to...
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Body leans to right side

    Ed - just wondering out loud, but was the car ever in an accident?

    Tom M.
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    Re: LBA (Little British Aircraft)

    David - thanks for the video and personal experience. You were a brave kid to stand so close.

    Here's a view of one of the early Lightnings, the P1a. Quite an aircraft for its time, with its...
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    Re: New Member from Rochester, NY

    Welcome to BCF.

    Old British car? Headaches? That never happens ...

    Give Rob Stuart a call or email:

    rob at austinworks.com

    (310) 372-7985
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    Re: New 'side project'

    How times have changed. Note the "Cameras will film any holdup". Young'ns of today ask "what's a camera? what's film?" "what's a holdup?".

    Of course their tool boxes are completely different -...
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    Re: New 'side project'

    Reminds me of life after my first layoff, back around 1973.

    I knew I had way too much time on my hands, when I found myself dusting and waxing the water heater.
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    MGB Re: Troubleshooting Mikune carb

    Drew - did you ever determine what model Mikuni that is?

    This link might be helpful, with a *lot* of specs, settings, adjustments for the Mikuni 40 PHH.
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  21. Re: Fastest Roller-coast... Ferrari in Abu Dhabi

    Back in the '50s, we'd make an annual trip from Texas to upstate NY. Always stopped at Storytown in Queensbury. Little Red Riding Hood ... sigh.


    https://youtu.be/S6OpLWvcqNM
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    Re: 5.5 floppy drive

    Paul - that's the system I used. A couple caveats: the controller only works on a TEAC 360/1.2meg drive. The Windows software supplied is a bit "challenging" to use.

    Any questions, just PM me. ...
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    Re: Really Little LBC

    Gahan Wilson - a classic himself!
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    Re: 5.5 floppy drive

    Paul - I asked the same question here a few months ago. No such animal exists.

    So I built my own system, using a TEAC 5.25" drive, a USB interface, and some simple software; plugs into my Windows...
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    Re: Really Little LBC

    Dave - bravo on the new additions!

    Here is Zip's Diner (Killingly CT), just down the road from me.

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    Inspector Morse, and Foyle's War - two of the best British TV series.

    Best wishes...
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