Harold

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  • Birthday 03/01/1952

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  1. PRICE DROP: $20.00 picked-up in Freehold.
  2. I think it was a 1940 Ford. There was one episode where the boys were going to the dump to get new fenders for Lumpy's car. Possibly the earliest Recycling Center ever mentioned on TV!
  3. I agree completely that free websites make their money by mining and selling personal data. It's only going to get worse as time goes on. My concern with Marketplace is that I don't want to publish my full name. I want to be in control of any interactions and transactions that take place. Since it's easy to get a home address from a name and city my personal security can be compromised. My usual routine with Craigslist is to meet the buyer in our local Best Buy parking lot. I don't know where they come from and they don't know where I come from. Anonymity is good. PS to Lebowski: I'm sure Fred would be proud of how Clarence turned out....
  4. Is there a way to post on Facebook Marketplace with an alias? I'm not too keen on posting using my real name.
  5. My ongoing quest to simplify and downsize keeps me looking for more places to run ads. I heard about Facebook Marketplace and was wondering if anyone here has had any experiences with it. All comments welcome. Thanks, Harold
  6. This 1993 manual explains the theory, servicing, and repair of automotive heating and air conditioning systems. Includes section on refrigerant capacity for American and foreign AC systems from the 1970's to the early 1990's. Good used condition with some wear. $10.00 postpaid in the lower 48 States.
  7. 1987 Motor's Auto Repair manual covers 1981-1987 American cars. Worn and dirty but complete and usable. You don't have to worry about keeping it clean! $15.00 postpaid by Media Mail in the USA.
  8. Harold

    1966 Dodge Monaco Station Wagon

    That's a very nice car. Where did you find it?
  9. Here's a used taillight lens for your '66 Fury wagon. Lens is in OK condition but has a crack across the middle and aluminum trim needs to be cleaned-up. Good for a driver. $20.00 postpaid in the lower 48 States. PayPal is fine. Thanks for looking!
  10. Here's a used taillight lens for your '66 Fury wagon. Lens is in OK condition but has a crack across the middle and aluminum trim needs to be cleaned-up. Good for a driver. $20.00 postpaid in the lower 48 States. PayPal is fine. Thanks for looking!
  11. Used passenger's side lens with some light scuffs and blemishes. Fits '51-'52 Concord fastback only. $20.00 postpaid in lower 48 states.