Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Rome, Jul 27, 2009.
Today I am rebuilding the hydraulic clutch master and slave cylinders for my 1959 English Ford.
Now this requires pictures! Good luck with it. I use one of those hand operated vacuum pumps to bleed auto hydraulic systems. Works well for me as long as I can find the right sizes of tubing to make fittings.
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Ford can stand for "Fix Or Repair Daily".
DNU I assume you meant a picture of the car, not the cylinders and parts. If so, here it is. END DNU
^^^^ Yes you got it. What a beauty / cutie! Thanks for the post. My Dad bought a Morris Minor woody station wagon in the early 1960's when I was very small but I remember it. I thought it was cool but my Mom must have hated it because we didn't have it long.
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Driver I'd like to be for Chris' car.
"Car" is French and means "because".
"Because I said so", spoken by every parent on this planet.
Planet well, Christian [Chris?] and all will be 'hunky-dory'!
DNU No. Its pretty tiny inside, and not comfortable for long trips. END DNU
Hunky-dory sounds like a little dinghy that might fit my 230 pound carcass.
But then again I'M a little dingy!!
Carcass is planted listening to this Rufus album.
Album I'm going to spin right now is Leslie West's debut album 'Mountain'.
Mountain Dew or Dr. Pepper?
Years ago I would have said Mountain Dew, but I think Dr. Pepper wins by a nose. It ain't what it used to be though.
Cream soda or key lime soda?
Your confused it's not "This or That?" thread. The last word is "Pepper".
Pepper shakers were a key feature of the TV show "Police Woman".
DNU Sgt. "Pepper" Anderson /DNU
Woman, Angie Dickinson certainly is!
Angie Dickinson was married to Burt Bacharach back in the day. Just think of the music she heard around the house!
[DNU] Damn it! I got tricked by your post. lol Need sleep now... [DNU]
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