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    For Sale Re: 1951 MG TD/C for Sale

    How about some details, pictures and price for this forum. :encouragement:
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    Re: .bmp attachments don't work well

    Try this, right click on your photo, open it with Paint, save it as a JPG file. PJ
  3. Re: World War 2--would I have served honorably?

    Oh my goodness the memories, they weren't very glamorous inside. Couldn't count how many steaks and eggs we had off one of those stoves. We couldn't fly without a cook! Our cook was our winch man!...
  4. Re: So what does a restoration really cost these days?

    Just butting in here, It can cost a couple grand just for a day or two in Disney World, then it's gone forever! $250.00 at least to your local amusement park for a day! So putting a couple grand in...
  5. Re: World War 2--would I have served honorably?

    X US Navy myself, born in 1938. Parachute rigger, survival gear and aircraft oxygen system specialist, ran the shop in Gitmo for a couple years. Joined in 1955 at the end of the Korean war. Ha, sent...
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    Re: Mystery Lexus??

    Wow, that took me back a few years! I had a 51 Ford convertible with a Pontiac grill. Loved that car, but had to sell it when I went in the Navy. PJ
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    Re: Our County has just abandoned recycling.

    We keep our place as clean as possible, actually 20 acres, but the pigs run down the road and throw everything imaginable out their window not giving two hoots about anyone else. Our road frontage is...
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    Re: Parts sourcing from the UK (5/18/2020).

    I've bought a few items from Brown & Gammons in the UK, (not recently) and shipping wasn't that bad and delivery times were faster than I would have imagined, plus great people to deal with! As of...
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    Re: Saw This in the Local Paper Today

    Nice article Doug, it took me back a few years also, my initiation to flying was in 1957 in an old Luscombe aircraft on a dirt strip full of pot holes up in Kansas, my Jaguar was an old beat up...
  10. Thread: Moss Is Open!

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    Re: Moss Is Open!

    Gear came today! :encouragement:
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    Re: COVID tasks - today's question photos

    Spending my military time in the Navy, I was always partial to the old square riggers and thought how great it would be to take working cruse on one. Everyone has their passion, mine is the old...
  12. Re: Does anyone still make or sell a quality condenser?

    This might sound a little off but, check out farm tractor suppliers for ignition parts and compare the condensers for fit in your distributor. A lot of condensers they have are left over from years...
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    Re: Microsoft account!

    I've had a MS account for many years and only a glitch in the system at times has caused concern but usually fixable. I also use Open Office as it does everything I need now and the MS Office fee is...
  14. Thread: Moss Is Open!

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    Re: Moss Is Open!

    LBC got a large Moss shipment, my distributor gear from Moss is on it's way. :encouragement:
  15. Thread: New OLD watch

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    Re: New OLD watch

    I won't go through all the watches I've owned and some are still around but, the best time keeper I have is a wind up Hamilton railroad watch, the worst, believe it or not, was birthday present from...
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    Re: COVID tasks - today's question photos

    How about the boxes of ancient photos from a film camera! They are all of the moment and un-replaceable, so I thought I'd buy a photo copier and save them as a digital file, problem there is, I'd...
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    Re: COVID tasks - today's question photos

    I never realized how many photos I have accumulated over the years, especially since the digital cameras and cell phone pics, until I tried to organize them. After a few days I gave up, so it's still...
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    Re: Chain Saw Thoughts/Ideas?

    Husqvarna chain saws are the best saws I've ever owned! My Rancher is nothing but quality. It's a little on the heavy side, but the most powerful saw I've ever owned, bar none. Expensive, but you get...
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    Re: What To Do With Your Stimulus Check

    What check? :rolleyes:
  20. Thread: Moss Is Open!

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    Re: Moss Is Open!

    I have a distributor gear ordered through LBC, and as they get some of their supplies from Moss, it'll take a few days, maybe a week or more to get my order. I'm just happy their shipping again....
  21. Thread: Moss Is Open!

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    Moss Is Open!

    Open for on line orders May 11th. :encouragement: PJ
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    Re: What's that upside down " i " grandpa?

    Children are a reflection of their parents and the dedication involved. Reminds me of my granddaughter. Her mom started reading to her from the very beginning, months old. My wife would read to her...
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    Re: UPS Shipping Label

    Tom, We've decided to just shelf the idea for now to a later date. I have parts ordered from other sources, I believe one is coming from India, that one has been ordered for 2 months now and no word...
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    Leggo Dash pots

    Saw this on another forum and really got a chuckle out of it! I think it's pretty cool! :encouragement: :highly_amused:

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    T-Series Re: first gear alignment

    I agree Doc, having it down this far, a complete rebuild would be the way to go, but now until things get straightened out on this Chinese virus thing, some folks might not want to spend that kinda...
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