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    Parts gathering for the S-3 Elan

    Will be bringing the wee beastie home in a couple weeks. A body-off plan in the works... "Let the Games Begin!"

    Assembling the list. Rimmer looks to be the go-to for headlight and turn signal...
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    Re: We all should be dead

    Just saw a story about a college student suing her school because the school's food contains gluten. Huh? If the student is a "young adult," an eighteen-year-old or more, she is of legal age to enter...
  3. MGB Re: 1972 MGB Project Blue First attempt and fixing no spark and other checks

    :lol:

    Yeah, pesky interference of reality. The MG project can be good therapy. Almost as good as a top-down drive on a sunny afternoon. :wink:
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    Re: Trivia Question

    Ya had a ringer as an opponent!!
  5. Thread: Seat Covers

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    Re: Seat Covers

    ISTR it has varied. Some were 10% and some 15%. Got the door cards and panels on a 15% sale, didn't do seats.
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    Re: Dinner with forum friends

    Yup, JP. Geography's a B**ch!

    And it indeed is special.
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    Re: A human computer

    Most certainly worth seeing.

    I spent three years at Langley, the airbase. The NASA facility abutted the base. They had a "visitor's center' we spent many hours in. I didn't know then ('70~'73)...
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    Re: Expanding the skill set

    So progress is sporadic, time/money are the arbiters. The lad just got the new OEM chain tensioner today and had the day off from work. Turns out the right bank cams had been left behind by about...
  9. Re: Intake / exhaust manifold gasket install goop?

    Copper spray for head gaskets, appropriate torque on the fasteners with dry gaskets for the intake/exhaust. Same experience as Joe. E-Prod, C-Sedan and MANY street (performance Lotus and BMC) mills....
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    Re: Prices for SWA Sprites on the rise

    IMHO, we'll see more of this as time goes on. The first indicator was as I watched Porsche 911 prices go through the roof over the last few years. LBC's generally are a bit lower on the totem pole...
  11. Thread: Seat Covers

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    Re: Seat Covers

    I'd wait for the Moss sale as well.
  12. Re: Please help --- New owner of a 1958 Austin Healey Sprite

    That alone gives an indication you may have a good place to take it. Keep us up on what goes on with it! Really curious as to what they have to say about the Weber jetting and the oil pressure. Be...
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    Re: Dinner with forum friends

    Not that I like bein' outted, but there it is. Best keep referring to me as Doc. Consistency, y'see. Forgot to request Rut use the pseudonym... :eeek:

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    As a strange coincidence I found...
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    Re: Dinner with forum friends

    Durn-near went in flip-flops but knew that place is cold year 'round.
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    Re: Trivia Question

    That was my first "gut reaction" guess but thought 1965 was too soon for it. The Mustang was only in production for a few months then. And also figger'd it to be a trick question. I just cheated...
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    Re: Today's Sanitation Alert

    Read an article a while back about finding fecal residue in most kitchens, on food prep surfaces... scared th' beegeezus outta me. Soap and peroxide have become close pals with our kitchen.



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    Re: Trivia Question

    My W.A.G: a long Chevy... Bel Air or Impala. One, the economy model, the other the 'better' one. I'll go with Bel Air.
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    Re: A human computer

    A true American Hero. Tremendous contributions with scant recognition until recently.

    Vaya Con Dios, dear lady.
  19. Re: Please help --- New owner of a 1958 Austin Healey Sprite

    Congrats on a great 'base' to work with! A well set up 1275 in a Spridget chassis is something really special.

    Even from the inherently poor quality of YouTube audio, it's apparent that thing is...
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    Re: Apollo 13 Moon Fly-by

    Great view!
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    Re: Weather is cold in the States

    I ain'tcomplainin'... 'cept today I had to add long pants an' some socks. Tomorrow will be a flip-flop day.

    But I do admire th' view, Don. :thumbsup:
  22. Thread: DNA tests

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    Re: DNA tests

    My 86 year old mum-in-law just called last week to ask about a call she got (on her answering machine, she's surprisingly wick about most of this stuff) regarding a cancellation of her credit card...
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    Re: We all should be dead

    Most of that sounds familiar! Western PA woods, 22 rifle from youth, being guided to personal responsibility and independence from an early age. No clue how some of the latest generations'...
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    Re: Friday Fun Music Made the Movie Great

    A fave of mine for the soundtrack in coordination with the scenes is "Guardians of the Galaxy" and the sequel. Love the dichotomy in a few of 'em. And the "synchronicity" in others.
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    MGB Re: Diff refurbish

    I heartily agree, Randy. I've always had at least one MGB and as many as three at a time. All have been the three-synchro boxes, learned to rebuild those back in 1969. Now keep a rebuilt spare in...
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