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Discussion in 'SuperDuty Community Lounge' started by Maxtor, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. big_rooster

    big_rooster HNIC

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    I'll take the radiator to the 1976 volkswagon bug that yer holding on to
     
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    Maxtor Full Access Member

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    I'll go out and start making a list... That is a good idea...
     
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    While your at it pick up the piston rings for my 75 Mazda Wankel engine.
     
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    ITS HARD TO THROW AWAY STUFF THAT YOU PAID FOR,DURING THE MONTH OF NOV.I TAKE OFF TO DEER HUNT ONE DAY I CLEANED OUT MY GARAGE,I JUST STARTED THROWING STUFF IN THE PICKUP AND WENT TO THE DUMP AND CHUNKED IT,THEN PICKED SOME STUFF UP LIKE TOOLS I NEVER KNEW I HAD,NOW THATS BAD.SOME STUFF WAS STILL IN BOXES:dunno
     
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    Crumm Fordoholic

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    I have that problem everyday. My shop looks like a storage unit rather than a shop, it is full of crap I will never use.

    I even paid for a storage unit down in Oregon for over 13 years. It got to the point that I didn't even know what was in there. Last summer the wife cleaned it out and didn't find anything worth keeping. If I had cleaned it out we would still have the storage unit full of good stuff. Paid over $7,000 in storage fees for that unit and could not even remember what was in it :doh: If I ever relocate again the new owner of this place gets it all..
     
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    I would think that a 76 bug would be air cooled.
    My extra radiators fit a 73 F250 Ford with an FE engine, and a Datsun Zcar radiator. Lots of Datsun zcar stuff. Lots of FE Ford stuff... and lots of plain old stuff. 35 years of accumulation, since wife and I were married.
     
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    I want a shop.. I just got a three car garage, and my wife insists that 2/3 of it is hers, and keeps creeping into my territory.
     
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    I think you will need a new waterpump to go with that.:D
     

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