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  • rowan
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    Mch - Your implication is totally inappropriate....

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  • abkco
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    Right. And I was taught to pick up my date and introduce myself to her parents if they didn’t know me. Oh well, times have changed. If she worried about the car, borrow a different one or go with friends.

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  • Noxnabaker
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    I reckon this might be quite a generation thing; I always fixed my flat tires on my bikes as a kid, later cleaned the carb on my moped, & then built my Triumph motorcycle form boxes & then did what ever needed to my cars as there was always some one to ask for knowlage, & I had 5 cars before I had my drivers license... But there was no computergames & American Graffiti & Two Lane Blacktop was the movies at the time...

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  • mch
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    I am trying to meet up with this kid when in Ft Lauderdale in May. If schedules work, there will be pictures of his GT Hawk and my 63 GT Hawk. Hopefully his prom night will not result in the need for us senior Studebaker owners to shop at the store for baby items..................

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  • Stude Shoo-wop!
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    Originally posted by jnormanh View Post
    What? You're old enough to be going to your prom, and you can't change a set of points? Is your date going to check the tire pressures, pull the dipshick and pump the gas?

    Harrruuuuumph!
    Hey, I'm slowly but surely building up experience. You can't ask more of me than that.

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  • studeclunker
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    Originally posted by Commander Eddie View Post
    I saw the photo you posted of you dressed to the nines with your car. I agree that would make a terrific TW cover shot.
    Yes, that would make a good cover shot!

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  • Commander Eddie
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    Great story. It sounds like you are amassing a lot of great stories. I'll wait breathlessly for the book to come out, and later the movie.
    I saw the photo you posted of you dressed to the nines with your car. I agree that would make a terrific TW cover shot.

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  • jnormanh
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    What? You're old enough to be going to your prom, and you can't change a set of points? Is your date going to check the tire pressures, pull the dipshick and pump the gas?

    Harrruuuuumph!

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  • Mrs K Corbin
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    Sounds like you should get that mechanic to be your MENTOR.

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  • AnAvanti4Bob
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    I hope that You and Daisy Mae and your *other* date have an awesome prom!

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  • junior
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    Have an awesome time at your prom Jake! cheers, junior

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  • Noxnabaker
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    Yup, even if it's gonna be costly it for sure seems worth keeping such mechanic happy!

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  • Buzzard
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    Great news Jake. Erase my previous comment.
    Congrats, you are truly a new generation inspiration for us old farts.
    Bill

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  • StudeRich
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    That's good... I think! I would have to see that Bill before I could say it was a Good Deal or not!

    It takes 10 Min. to replace a Rotor and the Points normally would be fine and the Cap ruined.
    About an hour Labor should do it with Points, Condenser, Cap and Rotor.

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  • jts359
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    He sounds like a keeper for a Mechanic. They are hard to find , Ed

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