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Emyers

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About Emyers

  • Birthday 10/28/1952

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  • Location
    Huntsville, Al
  • Interests
    Aviation, Automobile,

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  1. Good morning as a heads up I thought I would let y’all know that SaharaX2, Mr. Frank Roseberry, a good friend of mine and army buddy unexpectedly passed away in May. He was with his family in Cancun when He suffered a massive heart attack.
  2. 1973 Capri V6 2600 cc. Traded in for a 74 2002. Still driving my 2002.
  3. Steve, thanks for the heads up ! I will look into Blunts offering. Earl
  4. Yes please, need to replace the one I bought some years back. Compressor mounting bolt loosened up and cracked welds and broke a tab on the mount. Car is down until I can replace. Thanks! Earl
  5. In need of a Hobie Dave A/C bracket. My bracket has broken and cracked tabs for the compressor due to an upper bolt compressor bolt working working loose. The subsequent vibrations cracked the lower mounting ears for the compressor and broke on of the adjusting arms. Appreciate your help, and does anyone know if Hobiedave is still making these? V/R Earl
  6. Pound sand....... Earl C. Myers II LTC USA (Ret)
  7. I quite like my 2015 M235i Manual 6 spd. Only options Estoril blue paint and enhanced Bluetooth
  8. Public service announcement. NGK has discontinued the BP6ES, replaced with the BPR6ES for those that care. There is still some remaining stock on the shelves, when gone..... https://www.ngk.com/product.aspx?zpid=9405 Earl
  9. Some sad news. A good friend of mine and and probably known to a few of you, Frank Rosebery, also known to the list as SaharaX2 suffered a massive heart attack while on vacation with his family in Mexico on 19 February. He had made trips to the Vintage as well as Mid America 02 Fest. He was a good friend, thought you all would like to know.
  10. Robert, I did exactly that except it was my right frame rail that rusted thru. I had a section that was in great shape. Took it to a shop that was known for it restoration work, specifically on early Mustangs. Told them what I wanted. The owner said they do that all the time, took me back into the shop where they were working on a Mustang to show me. They removed the section that was bad, took the good piece I supplied, welded it into place and all is well. That was about eight years ago. Any good body shop with access to a lift should be able to do this for you. Stay well my friend......... V/r Earl
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