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  1. Re: 1949 singer nine roadster restoration by ladies

    Looks like a real project. Hey, it is always great to see ladies and youngsters interested in our favorite hobby. Do keep us posted on your progress.
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    Re: Getting even in parking lots...

    One of my classmates had a Crosley Hotshot. I can't count the number of times he found it one the sidewalk or otherwise similarly disabled. Yes I was involved in a few of those incidents.
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    Re: New Ford Pickup

    Cute though.
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    Re: First ride in LBC

    I was in 5th or 6th grade and my best friend, Kenny, was a year older. His father was general manager of the only used sports car dealership in town. He usually drove a different one home every day....
  5. Thread: Forced update

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    Re: Forced update

    I had Mint 18, MATE for a couple of years and it did have a few items missing. Old disk got questionable so I got a new one and installed Mint 19, Cinnamon and have had no problems, drivers included....
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    Re: Paraprosdokians

    He was certainly colorful. Or should that be that colourful?
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    Re: Forced update

    Yes you have to install Linux after Windows which ignores Grub and adds its own loader. It might be possible to recover Grub with a Linux installation without having to actually reinstall. Doc...
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    Re: Rule Britannia...

    I don't really care much about being taller but I sure would like to be skinnier. Just sayin'.
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    Re: A protestor message I can get behind...

    That's a good one.
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    Re: Question on '67 horn button

    Ebay is a possibility. I do understand your concerns on trying to make one and I have plenty of other stuff that I should be doing instead. If you get a chance to see if you have a spare I would...
  11. Re: Turbocharged Rotary-Powered Bugeye. Not for the faint of heart...

    Man that looks like a lot of work but nice job so far. Should be fun when finished.
  12. Re: MG Midget Early and Later model rear brake shoes....

    I have had several sets of cylinders brass sleeved by http://whitepost.com White Post Restorations. They do an excellent job, including a lifetime warranty. I have never had one fail. My first time...
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    Re: Question on '67 horn button

    Thanks Kurt. I have the center contact and I think I found the spring. I was guessing something similar to the cup you described. I have since been through all the remaining boxes and found nothing...
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    Re: Bug i nearing final completion

    Sweet!
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    Question on '67 horn button

    Among the many boxes of parts, I finally found the steering wheel and later the horn button. They seem to match up and look like the pictures in Horler. The problem, I have not found any of the...
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    Re: Jack Stand Recall

    I remember Dad got a 1941 DeSoto after WWII. It was a big white fastback and it seemed like every time we ran over something in the road, it knocked the muffler off. Had a couple of Plymouths after...
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    Re: Norway Landslide

    Never seen anything like that. The whole group just slid slowly away.
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    Re: Will life ever be the same? NOPE

    I am amazed at the number of people is see wearing masks with their noses out.
  19. Re: Interesting project - and a twist on the hardtop.

    WOW!
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    Re: Cranky but not cranking

    Glad to hear you exorcized the gremlins. Now happy motoring.
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    Re: Cranky but not cranking

    With everything reported so far, we can be pretty sure it is a low current problem. That load test is essential. Like suggested it will tell you something. Start with the headlights then turn on as...
  22. Re: LED light bulbs : One thing leads to another

    If the fuel gauge goes beyond full then check the wires connected to it. If I remember right, the one that goes to the tank is either disconnected or broken somewhere. The gauge also requires a...
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    Re: Cranky but not cranking

    Nice. Wish I had been there.
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    Re: Cranky but not cranking

    Short answer is YES. The starter to gearbox electrical connection must be good or no start. I have personal experience to prove that. Also be sure the ground cable connections are clean and making...
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    Re: Weather report - 1966

    The weather tomorrow will be light...followed by dark... followed by light again. George was a funny guy for sure.
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