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    Re: Banana Car - Great Story

    Now that man is a true hero, driving across the country bringing a little fancy to people's otherwise dull lives.
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    Re: Ford vs. Ferrari

    While the car wasn't a J, I did like that they referenced the honeycomb before Miles took off for the final time.
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    Heck, if it had been me the storage shed would have been empty.
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    Re: Sick washing machine

    I need to replace the rollers in my dryer soon, at least it is still a simple job.
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    Re: Not a fair face off: Tesla vs Ford

    I'd rather have a steam powered pick-up.
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    Re: German Opel

    "they hadn't heard about those new multi media systems, or built in bluetooth connectivity.."

    Sounds perfect.
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    Re: For your next rt66 trip

    I can vouch for Cattleman's up in the City, they make a **** of a good steak.
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    Re: Ford vs. Ferrari

    I saw it and enjoyed it for what it was. Bale stole the show but I thought the entire thing was well done, again for what it is, a piece of cinema.

    Mickey, surely you already know how the story...
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    Re: Put my toys away for the winter

    Bob it sounds like your son has good taste, Go Pokes!
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    Re: Put my toys away for the winter

    Bob, who will you be pulling for?
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    Re: Put my toys away for the winter

    Exactly my point Paul, there is no real reason to winterize in OK.
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    Re: '72 Mercury Capri

    "Pontiac emulated the horse collar nose"

    You mean the urinal nose?
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    Re: '72 Mercury Capri

    I went to a classic car show awhile back that someone, obviously not understanding the word "classic," had let an Edsel in.
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    Re: Interesting experience

    Best way to learn the stove is hot is to touch it, right?
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    Re: Put my toys away for the winter

    I put a cover over the Caddy and call it good for the winter; we can have days in December and even January that can be in the 60s or 70s, sometimes preceded or followed by a day in the teens or 20s.
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    Re: Interesting experience

    I learned what swarf was when I was about four, my dad had a machinist friend and I remember thinking the curly metal filings that came off when he was cutting were very cool looking so I picked one...
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    Re: '72 Mercury Capri

    I'd say it's about $2500 too much, but that is just me. Apparently some guys like these.
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    Re: Well that's embarrassing

    That's actually fairly impressive glass; it sounds like what they threw at it was basically a shot put and it didn't enter the cabin. As for the design, now that is embarrassing. It indeed looks like...
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    Re: German Opel

    The GTs rust badly. Mine was a complete rust bucket and apparently that is common for them. I enjoyed mine while I had it, neat little car, stylish, fairly fast in a straight line, it did eat water...
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    Re: Austin A40 Sport Convertible? Help!

    It certainly looks like a lengthened A40 Sports Coupe, so good sleuthing on your part. Whether or not this was a factory stretch or done by a custom builder will be interesting to find out. Either...
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    Re: At a Local Car Dealer - Midget

    We had a regular customer at the shop that owned a Midget and I think that explains it all.
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    Re: Interesting experience

    I hear that, I have several tools that I have bought for one application simply because it was cost effective. In the above case the special GM tool cost something like $90 and the harbor freight...
  23. Thread: Camping

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    Re: Camping

    I remember when I used to pack my stuff into the trunk and I'd take the Spitfire camping.
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    Re: German Opel

    I had an Opel GT before I got my Spitfire, quite a neat little car. It is a shame it was such a rust bucket.
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    Re: 5 1/4" drive?

    Generic Spam? No thank you.
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