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Mike Sal
11-20-2010, 02:21 PM
Met up with Ken & Heather early this morning at the intersection of I57 & I70 in Illinois. It was BAD for Ken because he was traveling from his home in Michigan enroute to recovering a car which is stuck in Kansas (the reason I'll not mention, as it was a hot topic a few days ago), but it was GOOD for me, as Ken had some rust free '55 sheet metal to sell that I wouldn't have been able to get otherwise.

Funny how things work....next time you snap off a rusty bolt, don't get mad, just be happy that somewhere, someone just got their transmission stabbed into place on the first try.
Mike Sal

Bellingham Studenut
11-20-2010, 07:52 PM
It was BAD for Ken because he was traveling from his home in Michigan enroute to recovering a car which is stuck in Kansas (the reason I'll not mention, as it was a hot topic a few days ago), but it was GOOD for me, as Ken had some rust free '55 sheet metal to sell that I wouldn't have been able to get otherwise.

Funny how things work....next time you snap off a rusty bolt, don't get mad, just be happy that somewhere, someone just got their transmission stabbed into place on the first try.
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