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    Re: First ride in LBC

    My first time was when Dad brought home, rather dealer drove to house because it wouldn't shut off, a 1957 XK140MC Coupe. Got me hooked at 15 and drove around the yard for practice. 1973 bought an...
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    Re: MK V rod bearings

    Engel Imports Wisconsin, Xks (Moss Motors), Ebay.UK. Jaguar dealers have acess to Jaguar Classic parts also, but $$.
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    TR2/3/3A Re: A job for a rainy afternoon,

    Looks like a stop to change direction or stop blades from going past window screen. Might also help with parking blades when done. Better picture and mark so you are on the money on reassembly.
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    Re: could someone please buy this

    Sure miss Tony!
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    MGB Re: Running out of gas symptoms

    Like JP I had an XJ6 that would cut out while driving to work. Pull over start and go to work. Same thing on the way home. Started watching exhaust and right before cut out, black smoke (rich?). ...
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    MGB Re: First Motion Shaft

    LBCs are a practice in patience and contirtionism.
  7. Thread: Apple

    by LarryK
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    Re: Apple

    Reminds me of the time we went for breakfast at a new restaurant on Sunday morning. We sat near a table of about 16 church elders. When the waitress brought their order to the table, she had to ask...
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    Re: Points assembly order of washers

    I left the bottom insulator off once on a Jag, took me a few hours to figure why it wouldn't start.
  9. Thread: Heater Delete

    by LarryK
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    TR2/3/3A Re: Heater Delete

    Closing the heater only stops the flow not the back pressure from the other hose.
  10. Thread: Hi from me!

    by LarryK
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    Re: Hi from me!

    Welcome aboard, my wife drove a yellow GT6 to work for 10 yrs. Like the green, Lemans style. Triumph forum is pretty active here.
  11. Thread: Autumn Red?

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    Re: Autumn Red?

    Bob, I didn't mean for you to bring the car. I have too many people wanting freebies I have to tell the bring the car with a cover. Get to it when I can. Has to be Vintage British. Finally, I put up...
  12. Thread: Autumn Red?

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    Re: Autumn Red?

    Bob, I'm near the point, if you want my help, bring the car with a cover. Don't be in a hurry, and be here to help. Not rushing anything anymore.
  13. Thread: Autumn Red?

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    Re: Autumn Red?

    I know some of you are older, but I just hit 70 and have back, feet, ankles, knee hurts I don't remember having before. I really don't care about memory lapse (the whole Nation has one), but crawling...
  14. GT6 Re: Bodywork amateur - What have I gotten myself into?

    Just takes patience and time. Hurried jobs turn out horrible.
  15. Thread: Autumn Red?

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    Re: Autumn Red?

    I was trying to find that. I have that in archives for all, but computer isn't always cooperating. Thanks Tom. I also didn't remember Autumn Red by the time I got to garage and opened book. Long way...
  16. Thread: Autumn Red?

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    Re: Autumn Red?

    I don't know if this will help, but the closest color I could find in an older DuPont paints book.
    DuPont 97598-H Tartan Red #85. Chip 406
    Mfg code RD-9 Duco 84022H Dulux 84022M Chip 406

    A deep...
  17. GT6 Re: Bodywork amateur - What have I gotten myself into?

    When I started they had a shop class in High school, didn't cover a lot of anything. Dad worked in shops while going to college and passed his knowledge over to me. From then on it was learn by...
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    Re: Norway Landslide

    Watch out California!
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    Re: Will life ever be the same? NOPE

    Glad you made it!
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    Re: Jack Stand Recall

    What I don't understand is Harbor sends you a series of e-mails of sales and deals each week to members. Why couldn't they have told us about the jack stands in an e-mail instead of having to hear...
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    Re: Will life ever be the same? NOPE

    Same here Doc.
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    Re: Jack Stand Recall

    I just returned four of the 6-ton stands, got my HF card. So, now my Valiant is on four 6 ton stands made by BlackHawk in the 50s. I had already sold all my Crafstman pin type 3ton jacks that I...
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    Re: Will life ever be the same? NOPE

    You never know how antisocial you are until a pandemic isolates you and your life doesn't change that much! Saw that with Clint Eastwood sitting in a chair on a porch.
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    TR4/4A Re: Rear Oil Galley Plug Sealing

    I use hard permatex on anything that can leak, and all else fails. Figure I am not taking it apart again seal it permanent. Might be hard to get back out down the road, but you bet it's sealed. Also...
  25. Thread: Thanks

    by LarryK
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    Thanks

    Just noted thanks under avatar 0 up 20 down. Where is this action to post?
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