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Old 05-03-2012, 07:11 PM   #21
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listening to you guys, just reminded me i need to go replace my blinker fluid!
You better get a blinker fluid filter with that
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Lol what about a radiator for a 70 volkswagon
Radiator is easy...it's that damned muffler belt that's a bitch...
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I also. Need a spark plug for an 83 Corvette
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listening to you guys, just reminded me i need to go replace my blinker fluid!
We are running a special on blinker fluid and filters now. Buy a set of 4 filters and a 4 quarts of fluid and receive a 2 dollar discount
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We are running a special on blinker fluid and filters now. Buy a set of 4 filters and a 4 quarts of fluid and receive a 2 dollar discount
You guys have left handed screwdrivers too, or is that something I need to go to Sears for?
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Went with my father in-law to orielly's to get some new plugs for his car. 94 chev caprice classic, and was told by the fella at the counter that chev never made a 305.
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Duh, of course I know that... I replaced those when I was tuning my canooter valve.
I hope you aren't doing that in public.
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Went with my father in-law to orielly's to get some new plugs for his car. 94 chev caprice classic, and was told by the fella at the counter that chev never made a 305.
Generation gap; the youngsters these days only understand liters when talking displacement. I finally figured this out talking to a younger shooting buddy of mine. "this pickup has the 318; what does your newer pickup have (same make & style)..." "Is the 318 a 5.2 liter or a 5.7 liter or what?" And they can't do the conversion, geesh!
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Generation gap; the youngsters these days only understand liters when talking displacement. I finally figured this out talking to a younger shooting buddy of mine. "this pickup has the 318; what does your newer pickup have (same make & style)..." "Is the 318 a 5.2 liter or a 5.7 liter or what?"
Easy now I'm a youngster I'm only 23 I understand all of the cubic inches and liters
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I also. Need a spark plug for an 83 Corvette
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'83 Corvettes, only one, a pilot-line car with VIN 1G1AY0783D5110023, remains. Literally and figuratively one of a kind, this incredible example of Corvette history is on permanent display at the National Corvette Museum
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