ol' yeller

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  1. ol' yeller

    Questions with cash and bank checks

    Wire transfers are very safe. However not all financial institutions will do them. I recently sold my RV to a person who was financing it through his Credit Union. They refused to do a wire transfer, even for a transaction fee. They claimed that $40,000 was to little for them to use that transfer method.
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    Need Motor Mounts for 1964 Skylark

    Glad you got it resolved!
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    67 Mustang 1 owner For Sale

    So, you're asking $2,977 for it?
  4. I left a lot of skin and blood behind the dash in my '69 when I restored it. I think I had it out 4 times before I got everything to work the way it should.
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    WTB 1965 Buick 4 barrel intake manifold 300 V8

    Nothing wrong with what you are doing but I feel compelled to point out that the 4 barrel engines from the factory also came with higher compression pistons. I don't believe that in '66 you could get a 300 4 barrel. If you wanted a 4 barrel, you got the 340. The 4 barrel manifolds on the '64 300's were made of aluminum and don't match up with the cast iron heads on a '65 manifold. That means you are looking for a 1 year only manifold. They are getting pretty scarce and therefore expensive. The good news is that the 300 was used in A body and B body cars in '65.
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    Reatta Pace Cars

    My last Reatta was one of the 1990 Great Race pace cars. It was bought from a dealer in SoCal by the original owner and shipped up here to the Great Northwet. I purchased it several years ago. The original owner had kept the pace car decals and passed them onto me. I had one mounted on a display board for when I showed the car. The car had no other markings or special stuff that wasn't on any other white, 1990 convertible with a garnet interior. It was remarkably well kept and at 100K miles it won a Gold Award at the Portland National. I then sold the car to good friend who still has the car. I'd be happy to share any further info if desired. While the Pace Car history made for a good story about the car, I never felt like it added anything to the value of the car.
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    Yet 1 more question on tail light retoration

    Failing Ronnie's suggestion, you can also use dental floss to saw through the old adhesive to remove the letters.
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    SOLD....SOLD 1965 Mustang Fastback Project

    Now THIS is how to post a For Sale ad! I hope you sell it. If my situation was different, I'd be very interested. Good luck!
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    1963 Buick Electra 225 Conv- 49k Orig mi car

    Along with the pics you might want to include a price and location.
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    One Owner Well cared for MGA Roadster

    Price?
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    1964 Ford Falcon

    Also save the coins you find in/under the seats and carpet. It will come in handy!
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    White Smoke

    I thought white smoke meant we had a new Pope?
  13. ol' yeller

    GIRLS ON BUICKS IV

    I'm used to a lower gear ratio!
  14. ol' yeller

    Help with Modern Car Problem

    Actually our conversion was done locally to the Greater Seattle area and it starts with an "A". I think the actual lift is made by "B" and it uses the chain and motor. Funny story was that while I knew our van had this feature, it never operated when the ramp was deployed. One day my 3 year old grandson got into the van for about 45 seconds unsupervised. Then all of a sudden, the van started kneeling every time the ramp was deployed. It took some careful reading of the owners manual to discover the on/off switch in the dash to control the feature. My grandson discovered it in less than 45 seconds. It is a feature we really don't use much as my wife has a powered chair and the incline of the ramp isn't an issue. I will only take the van in for service if something is not working. At 14 years of age every time I brought it in, they tried to talk me into buying something newer, telling me how old and antiquated our van is. I figured for $74K I could do a lot of fixing. So far, after a year, my method has proved out! Besides, I thought Toyotas ran forever!