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For all Museum enthusiasts.. by imtiyaz121
Hi all, For all Museum enthusiasts, here is very useful and informative museums site from Yahoo. Following is the URL: http://explore.yahoo.com/museum/ Thanks.
March 1st 08 05:14 PM
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Hupmobile Model 32 by [email protected]
Does anyone have any experience with the engine lubrication on 1912 - 1914 Hupmobile Model 32 ? Oil is sent to the cylinder bores via a regulator valve linked to the throttle - the idea being that the faster you go, the more oil to the bores. But maybe my valve is missing some sort of restrictor,...
March 1st 08 10:01 AM
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pictures from rod & custom show by NuketyDukey
February 28th 08 06:35 PM
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Antiques in Chester VA by Ken[_18_]
The Chester Lions Club & the Chesterfield Historical Society will be putting on a Antique Evaluation Road Show in Chester VA on May 10th, 2008. We need appraisers in several areas to donate your time from 10AM to 2PM. The proceeds will go to the Lions Club and the Chesterfield Historical...
February 28th 08 06:34 PM
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Spitfire 1500 Houndstooth Seats by Rusty[_2_]
I was wondering if someone would be so kind as to help me locate the correct Beige houndstooth fabric that was used on the 1977-1980 triumph spitfires. I've seen the seat covers that are made by Newton Commercial and the houndstooth fabric is a perfect match. Only thing is the beige vinyl is a...
February 28th 08 06:34 PM
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UK auto electrical question: What was the fuse type designation? by Rich
Hi. I've got a few "antique" fuses from British cars. They might be 30 or 40 years old. They are very like type 3AG glass cartridge fuses, about 6mm dia., but about 2mm shorter at 30mm. They have coloured paper inside them. The ends are flat, not rounded. I say "antique, but they seem to still be...
February 28th 08 06:34 PM
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Newby Needs Advice by [email protected]
Howdy, I confess I'm completely new to this NG, so I apologize if I should be looking in a FAQ somewhere for this info. But I find myself needing it rather suddenly. So any help would be greatly appreciated. I suddenly find myself needing to dispose of my father's car. Not the one he...
February 28th 08 06:34 PM
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auto antica - carro funebre by Rocco Toma
February 28th 08 06:32 PM
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February 27th 08 09:36 PM
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Bizarre messages on this newsgroup by Otto Skorzeny[_2_]
Why does this newsgroup keep getting all these weird, off the wall posts? The latest ones look like somebody used a program to post messages under other user's names. What's up with this? Other google groups I watch never get this kind of crap. MI5 persecution? WTF??? Any suggestions or ideas to...
February 25th 08 04:14 PM
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Flea Market by [email protected]
Flea market sales is increasing day by day. I invite you to share your thoughts here regarding this. Rocky http://www.flea-marketing-secrets.com
February 17th 08 01:26 PM
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World peace harmonious extreme is good!世界和平和谐极端好! by [email protected]
World peace harmonious extreme is good! Chinese antique (1912-1949) Republic of China porcelain teapot 528 chinawares 400 please watch。 world Only pure variety the antique chinaware series big collection has the very big collection value and the development good opportunity!!! Website...
February 11th 08 03:00 AM
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Pronouncciation by Stude
ja'ou'are That's how the natives pronounced the name of a sleek spotted cat native to their Amazon region. William Lyons, of Coventry, named a car after that cat. Judging by the phonetic spelling, above, that the explorers brought back (along with some cats), the Brits have it right as far as...
January 31st 08 02:15 AM
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Museum in LA where you can ride in cars on Sunday by Stude
This is a museum with some nice cars and you cn ride in some of them on Sunday. Check the site: http://www.automobiledrivingmuseum.org/page_automobiles.html (on my screen the last letter dropped to the next line) http://www.automobiledrivingmuseum.org/page_automobiles.html
January 29th 08 06:33 AM
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What kind of items do you NEGOTIATE the price? by buyer
Tvs, Cameras, Appliances.............................
January 25th 08 07:59 PM
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We sell your antiques by Rosario Maddox
Anyone who has antiques for sale, can inquire to me and we will place the antiques for free on our Scandinavian antiques website: www.antikviteter.biz Call us +44.7937011031 or inquire he http://www.offshore-services.biz
January 23rd 08 11:19 PM
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Impala by [email protected]
I'm looking for front fenders.grill and front lamps for Chevy Impala 1960.If anybody can help me to find those parts please let me know.I would appreciate. Chris
January 19th 08 07:11 PM
by Michael Hamilton Go to last post
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FA Round the World in a Baby Austin motoring 1st. 1933 by Alys
Round the World in a Baby Austin by Hector Macquarrie 1st edition, 1933,some discolouration,a little corner wear to boards (see scan) otherwise a very nice copy. 384 pages Superb vintage tale of crossing the world in a baby Austin and all the trials and tribulations...
January 18th 08 01:33 AM
by Stude Go to last post
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Looking for a book on historical lemons by Arklier
Not the Ralph Nader book, it's a coffee table book I saw at Barnes & Noble several years back that I regret not picking up at the time. I don't remember the title or the author, but I do remember that the cover illustration was a picture of a lemon (the kind used to make lemonade) with a steering...
January 17th 08 05:20 AM
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1965 T-bird for sale by [email protected]
I saw this 1965 Ford Thunderbird for sale in someones driveway and took some pics. Here is a page with the "for sale" info that was on the window: http://www.geocities.com/kostopocars/old_cars_mix/1965_tbird/PHOTOS.html Jane
January 13th 08 01:27 AM
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