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    The worst parts is, I thought of shutting the...

    The worst parts is, I thought of shutting the water off and then turning it on if needed, when I was over there, but didn't. I for sure was going to do it once it got cold out, just in case the...
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    I don't know how quick it was. It could have been...

    I don't know how quick it was. It could have been like that for a week. Not only the floors, but a lot of other things too. I suppose, that's what insurance is for and, insurance is going to cover...
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    I don't think this is really a rant but more of a...

    I don't think this is really a rant but more of a son of a you know what thing. I hadn't been over to dad's house since last weekend. When I walked in the garage, there was an odd noise and when I...
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    Super Coupe sighting

    I was just out to the mail box and happened to catch site of someone's new project (I assume) going by on the freeway. On a trailer, behind a RAM pickup, was an Aspen Super Coupe. From what I saw in...
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    Both the insurance company and the body shop were...

    Both the insurance company and the body shop were a dream to work with.:)
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    On the other side of the spectrum, dad's (going...

    On the other side of the spectrum, dad's (going to be my brothers) 2012 Charger is back from the body shop. They did an EXCELLENT job, just like I knew they would. When we were going to get it...
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    Sticky: Since the whip it out season is getting...

    Since the whip it out season is getting dangerously close to an end, the plan right now is to take the Aspen to work on Monday. It's SUPPOSED to be a bright, sunny, clear day with a high of close to...
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    I'll take a good original blower motor over an...

    I'll take a good original blower motor over an aftermarket replacement any day. The quality of the replacements is sketchy at best, from my experience at work anyways.
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    Never head of Ruthinium before. At work, I can...

    Never head of Ruthinium before. At work, I can recall a number of times I fixed a drivability problem by taking out E3 plugs and putting in regular plugs of the correct type. It seems especially...
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    One thing that gets in their way, and I'm sure it...

    One thing that gets in their way, and I'm sure it really irritates them, is the Constitution. Fortunately, it is VERY hard to change the Constitution. They try to go go against it but, they almost...
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    No, no, unicorn farts cause global warming don't...

    No, no, unicorn farts cause global warming don't you know.

    Excuse me, I meant to say "climate CHANGE".
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    Yep, "Let's Go Brandon" is code for you know...

    Yep, "Let's Go Brandon" is code for you know what, and the person it's directed at hasn't got a clue what it means (he doesn't have a clue about ANYTHING period). I love when they preach "we have to...
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    I've never heard one peep about where all this...

    I've never heard one peep about where all this electricity is going to come from. They can't keep up with current (no pun intended) demand, much less doubling it with electric everything. Solar and...
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    Heard this one yet? The Socialist Republik of...

    Heard this one yet? The Socialist Republik of Kalifornia is going to ban all gas (and diesel) powered small engines in power equipment. They will have to be battery powered or plug in. Items...
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    Like that Hemi 'Cuda that was "restored" from not...

    Like that Hemi 'Cuda that was "restored" from not much more than a cowl. There was basically not a car anymore. Most of the body was rotted away, no drivetrain, no interior, no chassis, nothing. ...
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    That yard was HUGE. It was about a year before we...

    That yard was HUGE. It was about a year before we moved out of the Socialist Republik of California in late 1973 (Santa Monica to be exact).
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    To go back even farther, I remember when the '68...

    To go back even farther, I remember when the '68 Coronet (when it was rust free yet) got rear ended. For whatever reason, the other drivers insurance only would pay for a used bumper. Back then a 4...
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    My go to source for specialty fasteners locally...

    My go to source for specialty fasteners locally is our Ace Hardware store over in Weston. The place is HUGE and has everything. It's one of those places you almost need GPS in so you won't get lost,...
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    I had a pair of N50-15's that I ran on my (1st...

    I had a pair of N50-15's that I ran on my (1st car), '70 Barracuda Gran Coupe, then they went on a '73 Satellite Sebring Plus and later on my '78 Cordoba for time before putting the stock wheels and...
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    It always does seem like too much torque. When...

    It always does seem like too much torque. When changing plugs at work, the spec (usually anywhere from 12 to 20 ft lbs for aluminum) always seems way tighter than you'd think. With plugs though,...
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    I need to edit my last post. When I said the...

    I need to edit my last post. When I said the Coronet was 5 times worse than I thought, that was being nice. It's more like 10 times worse. We had to push it on the trailer with the bucket on a...
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    We're in the process of getting the Coronet to...

    We're in the process of getting the Coronet to it's new home. Turns out, it doesn't run, not even a pop. We drug it out, after taking down a fence panel and now that I got a good look at...
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    I feel very lucky to have the parents I had. ...

    I feel very lucky to have the parents I had. Neither of them EVER hit (i.e. spanked) my brother or I and I can't recall one single time either of them raised their voices, or ever got mad about...
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    I made my own axle lines, obviously the ones in...

    I made my own axle lines, obviously the ones in the kit (Inline Tube) were too short. Also modified the master to combi valve lines since they were for power brakes (only way they offered them) and...
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    I did spend hours and hours talking with him, and...

    I did spend hours and hours talking with him, and a lot of it was of course, car related. The two pieces of angle iron and clamps works pretty good. I mean, a brake would be the cat's ass but, how...
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