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FrankTheDog

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  1. Efficiency be damned, it’s results we’re after!
  2. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1991-jeep-comanche-2/ Looks nice.
  3. I have had transmissions where it was hard to get in first gear. I found if you put it in reverse first then it would go easily into first and I was able to use that transmission until the end of the life of that vehicle.
  4. Temperature at Groom Lake is still in the mid 90’s during the day with no cloud cover. They better bring their parasols. My prediction is a big fizzle.
  5. We just bought an 05 Elantra GT for my daughter for $600, it needed an exhaust and a wheel bearing. She loves it because they don’t have to worry about what happens to it. Runs and drives great now. Ugly as sin though with pealing clear coat in a few spots. Good cars.
  6. I’ve had good luck with Hyundai’s both as a new car and as a beater. There are several on Richmond Craigslist right now for a grand and under.
  7. Probably an 1987 that was built in 1986. I know several people that refer to the year of the car by the build date, not the model year like the emissions sticker says.
  8. Some XJ Country’s up to 96 had them.
  9. Ditto on the shadow box. It’s more art than clothing. Nice score.
  10. Did you dump the gas out and try it with fresh gas?
  11. I have seen this truck and it is in really nice shape.
  12. FrankTheDog

    size 14 socks

    Don’t skimp on your socks, I did for years and my feet were a mess. I started wearing only wool socks about 4-5 years ago and my feet are in great shape with no more calluses or other troubles. Everybody says they must be hot but I find that they aren’t any warmer than the flimsy Hanes socks I used to get at walmart. They are expensive at $16-$23 a pair but they have lasted extremely well. Made from Alpaca wool. I have about 8-9 pair in rotation and the oldest ones look to have several years left on them.
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