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I’ve seen a few of the engines at shows. That Holt and Caterpillar are pretty cool.
Welcome from Indiana. Early Bs are my favorite, especially 65s.
Welcome from Indiana. As I’ve said before, you can’t beat a red Plymouth. Good luck with your project.
I played “Pong” once, about 40 years ago. Does that count?
Welcome from Indiana, good luck with your coming project.
Welcome from Indiana. You better take care of that wife. Maybe buy her a new mop or sweeper or something like that. :poke: Thanks for the pictures.
Very nice 64. Is that a Belvedere or a Savoy? I do find it somewhat odd that it has the optional backup lights.
I’d eat the mop before I’d eat Whopeee.
All that does is make me sad that I’m an ignorant poverty stricken deplorable. My white privilege doesn’t even come close to making up for my sadness.
I assume you take the lock apart and measure the pins then cut a key blank to fit the pins. If the trunk key doesn’t fit either, I’d bet you have...
Thanks, that was the picture I was looking for.
You’re right, the word tab probably isn’t the right term for the prong on the side of the male terminal. But I do use a small screwdriver to...
A small jeweler’s screwdriver will depress the tab on the terminal so that it can be removed from the plastic terminal block.
Welcome from Indiana. We need pictures, truck, shop, dog, It doesn't matter. Any pictures will do.
I like Chargers, I love history, but I could take only about 20 seconds of that asshole.
I’m offended by the exploitation of possums! Therefore I demand that you change your avatar!:poke:
Are you sure you have the right key? Or is the key too worn to engage the pins in the lock? I’ve ran into both of these problems.
In the last 6 years I’ve had both shoulders redone, back surgery, hernia surgery, a heart valve replaced with a bypass. Probably going to have to...
No, 2 coats of exterior latex paint pretty well sealed any cracks, plus trim pieces along the ceiling and corners. All the osb fit tight together.