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Lebowski

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  1. I just gave you thumbs up #1000. Keep up the good work posting these old car ads. This one looks like a great deal at that price....
  2. How about Roy Scheider and stunt driver Bill Hickman (Charger driver in Bullitt) in the 10 minute chase scene in The Seven Ups? Would you guys call the crash at the end a stunt?
  3. Is that an aftermarket tint on the windows? If so how do you remove it-scrape it off with a razor blade?
  4. https://louisville.craigslist.org/zip/d/crestwood-1948-buick-model-40-rear-end/7209435986.html
  5. Great condition? The engine doesn't currently run, the tires are shot and the keys have been lost so I think that rating is a little ambitious but the interior is nice....
  6. "Listed 7 hours ago in Lexington, KY" It was just listed this afternoon. That sure sold fast....
  7. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/364998734694244
  8. Hey Pete, we all know that it's car humor so in the future please don't alter the title of my threads. None of the other mods feel the need to do that so why do you need to do that so often? We're not a bunch of 10 year olds and you're not our mother. Remember that....
  9. This movie came out in 1963 when I was 11. It's the first movie I remember seeing in a theater and is still one of my all-time favorites....
  10. There are thousands of videos like this on YouTube including dozens of tree cutting fails like this one....
  11. I agree that it was probably never a real cab. There are no holes in the dash from where the meter was attached and no "Taxi" light on the roof which they all had although I do see a PUC number on the front fenders. A real cab would have probably had a 6 and not a gas guzzling 352 also. I'm no expert but I did drive a cab in San Diego for 7 years from 1985-92. Still it's a cool car....
  12. In the second to last pic you can see a pre-war car parked in front of it. What is it-a Ford Model A maybe?
  13. Number of what-doors? He'll never get $15k for a 4 door but maybe $10-12K if it was a 2 door. It sure is clean....
  14. Now there is a really unique car at a reasonable price. You would definitely have the only one at your local cruise or car show. Were there originally some metal strips on the back of the rear seat and the space behind it?
  15. Welcome to the site. Where are you from? So you pulled a trailer 4000 miles in 3 days? That's over 1300 miles a day. Hopefully you had someone with you to share the driving duties. I always liked old Ford wagons. Do you have any pics of it? I agree with Wayne that you should try to keep it as original as possible. Good luck with it....
  16. I haven't seen that before. Is it an acronym for something?
  17. Scroll up one post to get your answer....
  18. From the 1952 Studebaker Champion owner's manual.... Studebaker Climatizer and Defroster The Studebaker Climatizer is a fresh air heating and ventilating system. Fresh air passes through an air duct and then through the Climatizer heater core. The warmed air is discharged forward and rearward from below the front seat and spreads uniformly through the car interior. The Climatizer heat output is thermostatically controlled so that you may select the degree of heating desired and be assured of its remaining constant until you reset the control. Pushing or pulling the control regulates a thermostat which in turn controls the flow of water through the heater coils. The further outward you pull the control, the warmer will be the hot air output of the Climatizer. When the engine cooling water is cold and the control is in the closed position, the thermostat permits a full flow of water into the heat core until the temperature at the thermostat unit (just above the accelerator pedal) reaches approximately 70° F. (21° C.). As the water gets warmer, the thermostat will maintain that temperature. If you desire more heat in the car, pull the Climatizer control. After using the Climatizer a few times you will find the position of the control that gives you the heat in the car which best suits your comfort. Further regulation of the control will be unnecessary.
  19. Why don't you learn how to add the link for the ad here instead of always having someone else do it for you? It's obviously very simple because if a computer dumba$$ like me can do it then you can too....
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