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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: WHO GETS THE LAST WORD? game Part 41


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OM45GE - Posted - 11/03/2016:  10:39:34


Not running on all cylinders eh?

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/03/2016:  10:59:07


Time for a tune up..

OM45GE - Posted - 11/03/2016:  15:51:12


I'll get the timing light. 

chuckv97 - Posted - 11/03/2016:  15:54:06


I've got feeler gauges

OM45GE - Posted - 11/03/2016:  16:13:17


I've got my old carb syncing gauges from the Jag XKE

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/04/2016:  02:46:23


I've got an old mallory duel ignition distributor we can put in him.
also a hurst floor shifter. Or we could put all these parts together
and build us a good rod and to blazes with LW..

OM45GE - Posted - 11/04/2016:  03:11:23


I like the hot rod idea. I've got a Ford Hi-Po 289 we could drop into it. 

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/04/2016:  04:54:10


HA,,HA,,,That's what I'm talking about..Can we us a 12 inch clutch and
pressure plate assembly on that flywheel?

OM45GE - Posted - 11/04/2016:  05:47:21


I don't know. It came out of a '66 Shelby I used to own. That had a 10 1/2" clutch it in.



 



 

Forrest - Posted - 11/04/2016:  08:05:37


Now that's a car!  Wowza!

OM45GE - Posted - 11/04/2016:  12:44:14


I miss it. I needed the money and sold it  about 25 years ago for $5,000 and thought I got a good price. It just sold at auction for $125,000.


Edited by - OM45GE on 11/04/2016 12:44:27

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/04/2016:  13:43:08


"OUCHIE"

chuckv97 - Posted - 11/04/2016:  15:35:59


They were boss

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/05/2016:  03:05:42


Back in 1955 or 56 we put a 1953 Olds rocket 88 and tranny in my 1950 Ford.
Now that was "movin on" in those days for us fellows that didn't have too much money.

OM45GE - Posted - 11/05/2016:  05:47:18


I bet that would get on down the road. Which model Ford was it?

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/06/2016:  02:58:50


I'm not sure but I believe there was only one model back then..I want to say it was a custom??
I could be wrong though?? It was a 4 door sedan..There was also a 2 door coupe at that time and a convertable
top model.

OM45GE - Posted - 11/06/2016:  04:02:54


I know they had Fordor and Tudor sedans, a club coupe and business coupe (I never knew the difference), a station wagon and a convertible.  Didn't they call Fords from that era "shoeboxes"?

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/06/2016:  11:02:55


I never heard that phrase,,maybe a local term?

chuckv97 - Posted - 11/06/2016:  12:18:09


My older brother had a '49 Mercury

OM45GE - Posted - 11/06/2016:  16:00:55


I've heard it used from time to time. I Googled it and here's what Wikipedia has to say:



en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1949_Ford

chuckv97 - Posted - 11/06/2016:  19:47:25


Quite a change from the 1948 models

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/07/2016:  01:50:53


Thanks for the link Bill..I loved those 49,,50,,and 51 four doors.
They would run forever if you kept good oil in it and keep the radiator cool..
With a little mechanics,we would reposition the shift rods at the tranny so that
1st gear was in 2nd gear position and 2nd gear was in high gear position..That
way you could pull down when shifting from 1st into 2nd....Easier and faster to
pull down..HAHAHA,,don't mess with those Ohio boys from "back in the day",,,WE had fun.

OM45GE - Posted - 11/07/2016:  02:50:10


It sound like you had a good time. You can't really mess with new cars like that. 

Forrest - Posted - 11/07/2016:  06:47:04


I just sold the 1976 BMW 2002 I've had since 1998.  Got a decent price, even though I really didn't want to sell it.  We moved back in the spring and I no longer have the extra garage space I once did to keep it properly stored.  

OM45GE - Posted - 11/07/2016:  07:52:40


I've been driving BMW's since the 1990's. Wish I knew about your 2002. I miss mine. I've got a 650i Convertible now.

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/08/2016:  02:21:33


And here I am driving an old 2000 Buick LaSabre Limited..
But I wouldn't trade it even for a new one.......She's in
excellent shape

OM45GE - Posted - 11/08/2016:  03:10:15


I usually keep my cars a long time. My last one was a 1999 M3 convertible with 150,000 miles on it. I would still be driving it if I hadn't hit black ice and totaled it last year. 

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/09/2016:  01:13:34


We don't have black ice in Florida but we have alligators and
deer that run out in front of us.

OM45GE - Posted - 11/09/2016:  02:48:23


We don't have alligators, but deer and moose are road hazards. 

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/11/2016:  03:01:41


HAHA,,We're freezing here in Ft.Pierce,,,,,,77 degrees this morning.

OM45GE - Posted - 11/11/2016:  03:22:12


You've got us beat by 35 degrees. 

Kerstin - Posted - 11/11/2016:  05:31:50


is angles so important

chuckv97 - Posted - 11/11/2016:  09:13:03


LW is heading for the controversial North West Angle in northern Minnesota

OM45GE - Posted - 11/11/2016:  12:46:01


Is that near the Boundary Lakes?

chuckv97 - Posted - 11/11/2016:  14:31:05


It's by Lake of the Woods- to get there on land you have to drive through Canada. Us Canucks let you'se guys have it - we've got enough land already. And LW wants to have dual citizenship.


Edited by - chuckv97 on 11/11/2016 14:32:37

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/12/2016:  03:29:55


We're glad for the Canucks that come and spend their money in Florida.
WOW-WEE!! That exchange rate is terrable.

OM45GE - Posted - 11/12/2016:  05:16:25


We have lots of visitors from the Great White North here too. 

chuckv97 - Posted - 11/12/2016:  07:23:42


Are they Bruins?

OM45GE - Posted - 11/12/2016:  12:22:22


Some of them come to play the Bruins. 

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/12/2016:  15:28:08


Bill,,How is your son doing on the trumpet?

Rossanne - Posted - 11/12/2016:  17:44:07


I think Ethan is doing ok,..he wrote ealier this..



banjohangout.org/topic/324336

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/13/2016:  03:40:46


Thanks for the info and link,Roxy..I am interested in Ethan's progress because
I too started playing in high school band when I was only in 6th grade.Something
has always stirred me up when those drums started rolling off the march cadence.

OM45GE - Posted - 11/13/2016:  04:15:56


Thanks Roxy, and thank you for asking, Scotty. 



Ethan is doing great with all of his instruments, but trumpet is his main one. He's the brass section lead in marching band (not bad for a sophomore), first trumpet in concert and jazz bands and is doing gigs like pet orchestra is plays. Next Saturday he's got his audition for Senior Districts.  He was first trumpet in Junior Districts last year, so we will see how he does.  It gives him a lot of pleasure so I am very happy for him. 

chuckv97 - Posted - 11/13/2016:  08:30:23


That's excellent...wow, what a talent and dedicated young man. Does he ever listen to old jazz guys like Armstrong, Gillespie, Davis, etc.?


Edited by - chuckv97 on 11/13/2016 08:32:41

OM45GE - Posted - 11/13/2016:  16:13:54


He does Chuck. He's got pretty eclectic tastes in music. 

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/14/2016:  04:04:47


How about Harry James and Danny Davis?I still have an "OLD" 78
record of James.I hope Ethan goes very far with his music.

OM45GE - Posted - 11/14/2016:  18:33:08


He may have Scott. He's always listening and exploring music on line. 

chuckv97 - Posted - 11/14/2016:  19:42:55


At his age I was still trying to figure out C and G chords on the guitar

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/15/2016:  02:43:41


You did very well Chuck..I was trying to figure out what the guitar was.

OM45GE - Posted - 11/15/2016:  02:57:37


I was playing guitar poorly at that age. 

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