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LICENSE PLATES on EBAY - scarce and interesting issues by Drewski
INTERESTING and SCARCE worldwide license plates for sale on eBay - ending soon.... http://www.pl8s.com/ebay-4-12.jpg http://www.ebay.com/sch/me/m.html?_ipg=200&_sop=12&_rdc=1
April 26th 12 11:54 AM
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1966 Alpine at Pick-n-Pull in Richmond CA by fadeToblack
This is a heads up for anyone who could consider saving this car from the crusher once it's picked and sitting on the lot for a time. I asked at the window and it definitely can be done. You have to get one of the numbers from the white paper glued to the windshield they will enter info in the...
April 9th 12 02:56 AM
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Servo Stabilizer by Constant Voltage
We are a coveted name in the market, trading, exporting and supplying a variegated range of products like Servo Voltage Stabilisers, Isolation Transformers,L.T. Transformers, Variable Auto Transformers, Constant Voltage Transformers and more... For more information visit our site :...
February 27th 12 05:23 AM
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Plywood chassis bonded to 'glass body (think "Marcos GT1800") project by bartbrn
I'm working on a project that should make LBC purists and hot-rodders alike gape, gasp, and guffaw: I have one of Bill Bonadio's "Dio" splashes of the 1959-60 Bill AMes/Dewey BROhaugh AMBRO fiberglass bodies, originally intended for a Triumph TR-2/3 chassis or whatever it would fit on (the body...
October 19th 11 03:39 PM
by Mike Go to last post
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Auto Parts Manufacturers by Trad XL
There are several auto part manufacturers in India that cater to various requirements in the automobile industry. With the help of the website tradexl.com on can get a comprehensive list of auto part manufacturers India. Visit here more information : http://www.tradexl.com/automobiles
October 10th 11 08:18 AM
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Town car San Antonio by alina smith
Shark Limousines specializes in corporate travel, airport transportation, charter services, anniversaries, bachelor parties, High School socials/Proms, concerts, wine tours, Holiday parties as well as sporting events. Our premier fleet consists of H2 super stretch Hummers, extreme party buses,...
August 10th 11 08:11 PM
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Big Bucks Auto™ is Awarded a Trademark to Protect the Company Name by carol moore
Buddy Evans, vice president of Big Bucks Auto™ - is excited about the recent trademark of the company name. He anticipates a great reduction in the improper use of the “Big Bucks Auto” name and looks forward to a boost in recognition for his company now the name is legally protected. For more...
March 25th 11 11:37 AM
by carol moore Go to last post
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1955 265 v8 Distributor removal trick? by 1fordlord
Good Evening, I am restoring a 55' Nomad with a 265 V8. Is there a distributor removal trick, or is it just a crappy design. I admit I am a FORD guy, so I may just be spoiled. I am just baffled that they would have the firewall molded which gives the illusion that the distributor pulls straight up....
March 13th 11 03:23 AM
by 1fordlord Go to last post
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TR6 by black
I have a 1975 TR6 that i rebuilt from the ground up , i did all the work myself,painted the car and did the interior ! but one thing i did was renforced the undernith and put in a 350 small block with power glid transmetion . It goes like a snot............but what i wanna know is can i put a...
January 29th 11 12:38 AM
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1966 lincoln continential by [email protected]
How do I remove the power window motor from the drivers side door?
December 25th 10 07:15 AM
by donnyw1967 Go to last post
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Hot Extrusion of Metals by Jacob Wilson
Extrusion is a hot working process, in which, forging, rolling etc., uses the good deformability of heated metallic materials for shaping them. The most important aspect of the process is that it enables considerable changes of shape to be achieved in a single operation. For more information,...
November 15th 10 09:34 AM
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limousine for wedding by Larry[_25_]
A limousine or a limousine is a very expensive luxury car that is used for special events like weddings, VIP transportation transfers of guests, birthday parties and the airport. It is a very long car usually driven by chauffeurs. Limos are traditionally white or black in color. Today, there are...
November 15th 10 03:58 AM
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Are you ready for your Christmas gifts? by j&h
Are you ready for your Christmas gifts? We are a professional wholesale company offering various brands of replica products, such as Chanel bags,LV handbags,gucci purses, ED handbags,UGG,brands jewelry(juicy,LV,chanel,gucci,ed,Tiffany),brands shoes (Nike shox,air max,jordan etc.sneakers) famous...
October 9th 10 06:18 AM
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Need help identifying this car by [email protected]
A friend provided a photo of a car that was owned by a relative and would like to have it identified. The photo was taken in the twenties and may be from Europe (France possibly). Here is a link to the photo. http://www.dyksterhouse.org/~martin/gallery/mystery Let me know what you think it is.
October 5th 10 03:42 AM
by jammydoug Go to last post
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antique temp sensor by [email protected]
Need info on how a mechanical temp sensor works and how much instantaneous current flows on a 6 volt unit. It is a King-Seeley unit apparently with a pulsating contact in the sensor. It works on a 6 volt power suppy with high current available but not on a 3 amp limited regulator! Trying to run...
October 5th 10 03:38 AM
by jammydoug Go to last post
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Old Russian? German? Motorbike by NotSure
Make/model of this motorbike? http://www-2.net/y23.stock.pictures/20100821-kaunas-war/n20100821_134646.html could well be 1930s ...
September 14th 10 09:34 AM
by NotSure Go to last post
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City of Detroit STILL hunting for Packard Plant owner by JLA
From AB Detroit may be one step closer to wiping the old Packard automobile plant off the face of the map for good. For years, the structure has stood derelict as a symbol of the city's decay as lawmakers fought to figure out who exactly owns the property. Supposedly, the plant is currently owned...
July 13th 10 03:07 AM
by JLA Go to last post
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anyone have an old Trico catalog? by Nate Nagel[_2_]
On 07/06/2010 01:30 AM, Stude wrote: > On Jun 5, 8:22 am, Nate > wrote: >> On 06/05/2010 11:08 AM, Ad absurdum per aspera wrote: >> >> >> >>>> Looking for some information on old Trico wiper blades, specifically >>>> those used on old Corvettes and Studebakers. >> >>> I...
July 7th 10 02:16 AM
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anyone have an old Trico catalog? by Stude
On Jun 5, 8:22*am, Nate Nagel > wrote: > On 06/05/2010 11:08 AM, Ad absurdum per aspera wrote: > > > > >> Looking for some information on old Trico wiper blades, specifically > >> those used on old Corvettes and Studebakers. > > > I have no answer to the question, but it...
July 6th 10 06:30 AM
by Stude Go to last post
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Restored 1920 Dorris K-4 one of the very first RV's by Bob Larter[_2_]
Restored 1920 Dorris K-4 I found it in a barn in Montana. After 4 years and lots of work, my labor of love is 100% restored! The RV of my dreams reaches a top speed of 15 miles per hour, lacks front brakes, uses oil lamps for headlights and features a dashboard intended to deflect debris rather...
June 9th 10 05:43 PM
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