Search:

Type: Posts; User: LarryK; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 74 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.02 seconds.

  1. Re: How to Remove the Exhaust Manifold?? (late BJ8)

    Should have a gasket, I usually never used sealer there. Once, I used hardening Permatex paste, makes it harder to come apart.
  2. Re: How to Remove the Exhaust Manifold?? (late BJ8)

    Same as dougie, a light spray of the copper gasket spray. I use it lightly on the steel head gaskets too. Especially between aluminum heads and iron blocks. Never had a leak.
  3. Replies
    8
    Views
    179

    Re: What could go wrong?

    Just a culling of the herd. Or, no brains, no headaches.
  4. Replies
    29
    Views
    515

    Re: Ford vs. Ferrari

    Sorry Basil.
  5. Replies
    29
    Views
    515

    Re: Ford vs. Ferrari

    Just like the lady on the bus from Selma, not enough different people in this movie, oops, we are not majority anymore, too many Mexicans and foreigners to list us. But us seniors are getting to be a...
  6. Thread: Why Do They

    by LarryK
    Replies
    16
    Views
    266

    Re: Why Do They

    My sister in law ( Destin/FWB ) bought a Toyota Rav4 in 2015, has the lane change indicator in mirrors. Just changes lanes because there is no warning and always takes up two spots when parking....
  7. Replies
    17
    Views
    280

    Re: Welcome to the Future.

    That was Tesla first problem: distance. The new Jag and Rovers, same problem. Now Jag, Land Rover are teaming up with BMW and putting resources up to lengthen the time. But what happens to power...
  8. Re: New member and proud (gulp) new owner of 1973 Triumph TR6

    Don't be afraid of ordering from England. Martin Robey gave me a discount, saved a ton from US prices and shipping and quicker. I use Ebay.UK a lot too, maybe shipping costs more but gets here...
  9. Replies
    5
    Views
    153

    Re: Heat Shield finish 66 Type

    I took the above mentioned XJ12 to a National Champion but with alot of mixed up judging. Went to Tulsa got 100% on engine bay and 0 on the boot. Car was sprayed Fern Green and boot was still silver....
  10. Replies
    43
    Views
    849

    Re: Interesting experience

    I like that. I always said I can make it home, but I don't have to go back to work in the morning. Usually applied to bad snow but car breakdowns would be the same.
  11. Replies
    27
    Views
    404

    Re: '72 Mercury Capri

    I know what you mean TOC, got 2 MK1s, a boxy LR4 and two newer MINIs, one is a 4 dr.
  12. Replies
    27
    Views
    404

    Re: '72 Mercury Capri

    Did like the tail fins of Fury, Caddy, Desoto, but they had there place as iconic. Would love to get the Daimler Dart, but $ stands in the way.
  13. Thread: Why Do They

    by LarryK
    Replies
    16
    Views
    266

    Re: Why Do They

    I like how they slam on the brakes and then think of the turn signal. Those double headlights on the Ford are annoying. How about the video screens you can see a mile back in the Chrysler vans? Mine...
  14. Replies
    27
    Views
    404

    Re: '72 Mercury Capri

    Yeew!
  15. Re: New member and proud (gulp) new owner of 1973 Triumph TR6

    It is amazing how much stuff you can find for these British Cars. I am a Divisional Grid/Pits worker in St. louis and would give sources to some of our British Car racers. I bought a 64 Valiant, made...
  16. Replies
    27
    Views
    404

    Re: '72 Mercury Capri

    Just like Mavericks and Pintos , each has a following.
  17. Replies
    5
    Views
    153

    Re: Heat Shield finish 66 Type

    Should be galvanized finish, can use a heat paint of same color to help prevent the rust color from sitting. JCNA judges were pretty persnicity. We drug a 79 XJ12 thru 5 states and saw completely...
  18. Replies
    27
    Views
    404

    Re: '72 Mercury Capri

    They go easily for $3000 in Midwest, rust and all.
  19. Replies
    15
    Views
    329

    Re: LBCs, whatcha gonna do?

    What else you going to turn to, knitting? Your back will heal, but you are already this slow on restoration, slow down and take a few more years to get them done. Otherwise, you sold and then feel...
  20. Re: I canít remove Wire wheels from new hubs - help

    You would think a shop in the UK would have tried the hubs before installing, but to force them on is not what I call favoarble. Good luck in getting them off without damage.
  21. Replies
    43
    Views
    849

    Re: Interesting experience

    These new engines are made quickly, shipped and installed. I don't know how many actually test them before shipping. That is why you change oil as soon as you get your new car home. Done it in...
  22. Replies
    43
    Views
    849

    Re: Interesting experience

    And everyone thinks the British and European cars of old were hard to work on, todays car disprove that.
  23. Thread: New Prank

    by LarryK
    Replies
    33
    Views
    657

    Re: New Prank

    In 8th grade we would lift the Science teacher/Baseball Coach's VW Beetle (63) and put in the schools flower bed. Bed was little over a foot high. He kept baseball team late after school, no one...
  24. Thread: I hate this

    by LarryK
    Replies
    11
    Views
    545

    Re: I hate this

    Thank God for decent friends. Enjoyed doing it didn't you, now you can drive in the rain.
  25. Replies
    7
    Views
    244

    Re: At a Local Car Dealer - Midget

    :shocked:
Results 1 to 25 of 1846
Page 1 of 74 1 2 3 4