New Terminology

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Re: New Terminology

Post by tweaked »

All good here, lots to do on the house,shop and car. I just came in from the shop. For the first time ever my car wouldn't start. My MSD box died, it was suspect last year. Luckily I have a couple spares, different style so had to do some rewire. It stopped raining so move the comet out and put some insulation up. Couldn't afford to build a shop so I closed in my carport. It is great to have a shop again. 2 1/2 years without one sucked.

Joe look forward to video of you on the road course. Back when I worked as a steel fabricator/welder I used throw hammers and punt my welding helmet. to old and mellow now.

Not looking good for racing this year. Everything is shutting down. If I'm ok I will be able to go back to work next week but we will most likely be shutdown.

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Re: New Terminology

Post by Jims65cyclone »

comethead wrote:I own lots of hammers Fred! Otherwise what would I throw across the garage when I’m pissed off!!??!! :lol: :lol: mean a "dammit tool". I've got lots of those. It's usually the one I need next. :roll:


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Re: New Terminology

Post by SASSY »

Managed to put in a good afternoon social distancing the other day.
The Canada/US border is in the distant valley on the left.
I'd rather do it myself if it's done right or not,,,isn't that what hotrodding is all about?
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Roy, Brian n me

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