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About mike6024

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  1. Is this the Hemmings one referred to ? http://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/stutz/unspecified/1932745.html
  2. MGTD 53.bmp 1953 MGTD to be sold no reserve
  3. Might be best to get in contact with the local chapter. AACA has regional chapters with members who often do not visit this forum. Las Vegas has too many Hot Rods and Exotics. NEVADA Carson Tahoe Region President - Eddie England 695 Shetland Circle Gardnerville, NV 89410 Las Vegas Region President - Robert Strafford 2400 Hardin Ridge Drive Henderson, NV 89052 Northern Nevada Region President - E B Fitzsimmons 3020 Schindler Rd Fallon, NV 89406 http://www.aaca.org/Community/regions-a-chapters.html
  4. I have a vise like that. It belonged to my grandfather who did blacksmithing along with farming, etc. It's great. With the jaws closed I can use it like an anvil.
  5. It's ultimately about confiscating your older car due to it's not meeting modern emissions and fuel efficiency standards. In California they want you to fail the smog test and then pay you $1,000 to scrap it. And where does the state get the money to pay owners to scrap them? By raising everyone's registration fees. They want older cars off the roads.
  6. global positioning system uses ground stations as well as satellites. The GPS concept is based on time and the known position of specialized satellites. The satellites carry very stable atomic clocks that are synchronized with one another and to ground clocks. Any drift from true time maintained on the ground is corrected daily. The control segment is composed of: a master control station (MCS), an alternate master control station, four dedicated ground antennas, and six dedicated monitor stations. http://www.gps.gov/systems/gps/
  7. They close to sell out the seats when they come to our Northern California track, but there's not that much seating really. Sonoma Raceway has a permanent seating capacity of 47,000. This includes the grandstands and terraces around the track. During major races, hospitality tents and other stages are erected around the track, which brings the total capacity up to 102,000 seats. Here's a short clip of last year's finish, not your typical oval
  8. This approach brought us an audience that was young--58 percent of you are between the ages of 39 and 64 That is a weird statistic.
  9. Not enough advertising revenue
  10. This is a different vehicle, but in the video the owner talks about how he shifts with the cone clutch, so you may find it interesting.
  11. Studebaker is available, someone should grab it. Regarding the Studebaker and whether it will be for sale soon the seller says, "YES IT WILL 1951 BSN.COUPE I WOULD SELL IT RIGHT NOW FOR 4,000 .. JUST STARTED WORKING ON IT."
  12. Might be this one http://oldcarcityusa.com/ Old Car City USA Here's a video, CBS News Sunday Morning no less (I like that show) - http://www.cbsnews.com/news/old-car-city-usa-a-celebration-of-rust-and-roots/ 40 pictures CBS News - http://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/a-museum-of-junked-cars/ Bunch of pictures - http://sometimes-interesting.com/2014/04/23/worlds-largest-old-car-junkyard-old-car-city-u-s-a/
  13. more than just a headlight
  14. It's flying the confederate flag just like the general Lee, Dukes of Hazzard Dodge Charger.