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Andy,

 

that's why I didn't show to Vintage, I had a feeling my '74tii might get ambushed ..... LOL !! 

 

Actually, way back in March I had a gathering planned & scheduled for the first weekend in November, knowing that Vintage would be the second weekend ...... and that plan got ambushed.

 

Cheers,

 

Carl

 

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18 hours ago, zinz said:

a plethora of peacocks... is that similar to a plethora of pinatas?

 

...sorry, random movie quote...my head is full of them.

 

Ed

Si, Ed.  I would say you have a plethora of piñatas. (err, umm... peacocks)

 

And I do know what a plethora means, El Guapo.  :)

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4 hours ago, OriginalOwner said:

Well, still no salt on the local roads this morning so I headed out for another drive

 

Funny.  You're killing me AGAIN!

 

My car is grounded for the Winter.  Calcium Chloride trucks are out coating the major streets and most parking lots have chunks of salt littering the asphalt.

 

While I'm lying on my back refreshing my rear subframe, I'll be thinking about you driving around in your balmy weather.

 

Keep 'em coming Carl.

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10 hours ago, OriginalOwner said:

It's bloody freezing here, down into the high 50's !! 

 

On the right side of your steering column are heater controls.  Both temp and fan.  Slide both to the right and you'll get heat coming from under the dash. That should help you %#?ers get warm.  ;)

 

 

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11 hours ago, OriginalOwner said:

balmy weather ??  It's bloody freezing here, down into the high 50's !!  And as luck would have it, KenH happened by after the sun went down, so we found a coffee shop to warm up a little bit and chat about 2002's.

 

Cheers,

 

Carl

 

Cars and Coffee__07 NOV 2017__1.jpg

 

Chatting about all that HP and torque kenh's car makes now? What was it, 265 HP and 215 ft-lbs of torque. Mean!

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