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Ronnie last won the day on October 15 2016

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    : East Tennessee
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    I'm interested in anything that has wheels and a motor.


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    1988 Reatta since 2007.

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  1. Favorite Pictures of My Buick Reatta

    Thanks. I love all those Autumn photos of the Buicks.
  2. Favorite Pictures of My Buick Reatta

    Yep. That photo was taken a few years ago before I got the chrome seven spoke wheels.
  3. Favorite Pictures of My Buick Reatta

    I would be happy to do that. There are 318 curves in 11 miles. Most of them are really tight turns. People who like to go fast like it because In that 11 miles there are no roads coming in from the side to worry about. Just curves. I have been there many times and I always enjoy it. Here is a link to my latest adventure on the Tail of the Dragon.
  4. Photos of Ronnie's Reatta

    These are random photos that I've taken of my Buick Reatta
  5. Frequently when I do a forum search I get the following message and the search returns no results. What is causing it? Anyone else experience this problem? I think it started with the last forum update.
  6. Memes for Newsletter Use

    I know this is an old thread but I was wondering how the Fair Use laws might apply to AACA newsletters and websites? Fair use - Wikipedia
  7. Is my ammeter burned out.

    I just looked at the wiring diagram you provide in the .pdf. The heavy wires on the ammeter connect to the voltage regulator and the battery. The ammeter appears to be in the battery charging circuit. Since the ammeter is reading a negative value I suspect a bad regulator - Or if you didn't find any burned wires or bad fuses and the regulator is good you might need to polarize the generator/voltage regulator after the sparking episode at the ignition switch. I'm just trying to think of something that would cause the ammeter to read a negative value.