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Old November 28th, 2012, 08:55 PM
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Can someone post a overheating or poor running thread please?

In a hotel bored ... would prefer 94/95 V8 14 CUX issues or overheating from the same year. Can possibly discuss retrofit of 94 AC into a 95 ...

Can't help with guns / dogs / consitiutional issues / politics ...

I wonder why there is no irony smilie?
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Old November 28th, 2012, 09:12 PM
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Here you go, but it's a carbed and points motor. The guess work is all out of it though...
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Old November 28th, 2012, 09:23 PM
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What about square toed shoes and Vneck Tshirts?

What city are you in? Maybe we could help you find a tattoo parlor. Neck tats are the new thing.

-Jeff
I'm in sunny toronto .... not sure a neck tatoo would match the double windsor and cutaway collars ... perhaps i could start off with some basic gang insignia? Maybe helped by Neals MS-13 gf?

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Here you go, but it's a carbed and points motor. The guess work is all out of it though...

Dude ... you need a priest for that!

Bottom end work scares me like gearboxes ....
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Dude ... you need a priest for that!

Bottom end work scares me like gearboxes ....
I was thinking a coroner
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Old November 28th, 2012, 09:41 PM
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Well how about a knuckle tat?

http://www.google.com/search?q=knuck...w=1440&bih=764

or something witty like 'BRIT LIFE'

http://www.blogto.com/toronto/the_be...rs_in_toronto/

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yeah ..... err no.

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I was thinking a coroner
whats a coroner going to tell you you don't already know ... it was murder in the study with a candlestick?

great time for a 200 / 300 tdi conversion ... V8 is a synonym for poor gas mileage and fragility.
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whats a coroner going to tell you you don't already know ... it was murder in the study with a candlestick?

great time for a 200 / 300 tdi conversion ... V8 is a synonym for poor gas mileage and fragility.
I was thinking the coroner, could haul off the corpse.

TDI isn't in the cards to much cash for me right now, having just bought the 110. I don't have the extra cash, so another gas motor it will be.
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I was thinking the coroner, could haul off the corpse.

TDI isn't in the cards to much cash for me right now, having just bought the 110. I don't have the extra cash, so another gas motor it will be.
Throw in the self cutting rings .... If the rest of the engine is ok then you could postpone the death and perform a resurrection ...
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I've got a 3.9 that was a good runner, before the RRC got parked from the floor boards rusting out. I think I'm going to pull it out do a top end rebuild and go with it. Maybe switch to fuel injection and auto trans in the 110 while I'm at it.
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