jay144

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  1. I'll take my '94 Crown Vic LX over any new "luxury" car anytime....
  2. Nice video, Barry! You look good...and so does the car!!
  3. One of the very few good things about SC is that you can get pure gas (E0) at just about any gas station. It is usually 30 cents a gallon more than E10, but is well worth it. I use it in all my small engines, as well as my '94 Crown Vic.
  4. Absolutely beautiful! All involved get a hearty handshake and a clap on the back for a job well done! You should all be very proud of your work!
  5. Having dealt with the public for many years, I've come to the conclusion that the majority of the general public are stupid, self centered morons. Even though my '94 Crown Vic is not an antique yet, I will not take it anywhere I would have to park in a public lot any more. I've had too many sheeple park too close or at weird angles. I've come back to the car to find fingerprints on the windows. The paint on the car is factory original, and in pristine condition. No dents, either, and I want to keep it that way. I've even cut back on driving it because of the idiots that constantly tailgate and cut you off without signaling. After four years of living in SC, I'm convinced that the natives haven't a clue what that lever on the left side of the steering column is for other than to hang things on.
  6. Barry...what are you going to do with yourself when the car is gone???? Finish your Lincoln limo project?
  7. My dad was stationed at Pease AFB, NH from 1958-1961. He had a Nash Metropolitan at that time, until around 1960. I was born in '54, and remember riding in the "back seat" of it. I remember Dad got rid of it due to some mechanical problem and got a '56 Ford Custom as a replacement. I can still remember at being amazed at how much bigger the back seat was in the Ford.
  8. If you're not going to leave my original comments about SC in here, then I have nothing to say.
  9. jay144

    OMG!

    Dave@Moon...as a long time science fiction 'nut' and huge Asimov fan over the many decades, I must correct your spelling....It's Isaac Asimov, not Issac.
  10. A house payment of over $65,000.00 a month?? Chump change. Ha! That's a whole 'nother world.
  11. I've never had any problems here. Always quick to load. I have broadband with Charter, allegedly 30mbps (which is slow compared to the rest of the industrialized world).
  12. Greenville, S.C. is the place to be!! My wife researched for 6 years where to retire to, and the Greenville area came up tops in all areas...cost of living, geriatric care, low taxes, etc.
  13. You got my vote! I agree with the above....get the mechanicals all in order, and leave the 'patina' the way it is. An original car like that is a great historical treasure. Best of luck!