TerryB

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TerryB last won the day on September 22 2018

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About TerryB

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    Old car fan for a long time. Started with a 1951 Pontiac in 1970 and moved up to a 1955 Chevy in 1972. Had a 1937 Dodge MC 1/2 ton for a while until 2010 and then a 1964 Plymouth with 49,000 miles since new up until Aug 2012. Currently have a 1964 Vespa and 1970 Yamaha Enduro 90cc. Retired / disabled from a car-mc crash in 2012.

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  1. Funny my Hondahauler was a Chevy too, a 1967 C10 in bright red. Used it to take the XL250 to enduros in eastern PA. After crashing more times than I could count with a heavy bike and street legal tires, the Honda went back to street duty and the off road stuff was handled by a Husqvarna CR250. Still have fond memories of the truck and bike. It was nearly impossible to kill those old Hondas, they were overbuilt and many are still around today.
  2. My first motorcycle was a Honda. 1972 XL250 Enduro. Made me the world renown motorcycle competition rider I am today 😊, or at least in my own mind I am!
  3. Honda is using a restored Chevy pickup to celebrate its US motorcycle anniversary. https://www.autoblog.com/2019/06/18/honda-chevy-pickup-restoration/
  4. The eBay car looks like it has great potential at a decent price. The seller would probably accept a fair offer to get it to a new home.
  5. With that classic Willie Nelson song playing in the background, an invitation to post antique cars you photographed going down the highway. My starter photos are my son’s work as I do not have a camera in my phone. These are California photos as that is his current residence. The Golden Gate Bridge is a 1970s photo of mine.
  6. TerryB

    Fuel Gauge

    Yes. The fuel moves around and the gage sending unit reflects that change.
  7. I’m in PA too, in a small town called Lititz and in a neighborhood with nice homes that were built in the last 20 years or less. It’s a mix of young family professionals and those who are retired like me and older. If I was still driving and had a collector car I would be the odd man in the neighborhood. We had lived less than a mile from this house for 30 years where I had built a second garage to work on my toys. That house was in a slightly more rural setting where having room to work on things was common. We moved when I was injured and needed a ranch style house to accommodate my wheelchair life. I miss the open space I had there. I often wonder how my current neighbors would like the motor noises that came from my old place. I feel your pain and hope it gets resolved quickly.
  8. You would be my hero if you had a car like that parked in my neighborhood. We have a Porsche and a Corvette as the only car guy type of cars locally. Did have a 1969 Dodge Charger but that poor fellow died unexpectedly and the car was sold. I am in a sea of foreign cars in the neighborhood and no one nearby who is a car person to chat with. My two old guy neighbors, both 85+, would rather discuss the weeds in the yard and why they like John Deere riding tractors. That’s why I’m always on here, at least I can communicate with someone!
  9. You and her need to have a good long talk about this. Unless you are breaking some local zoning laws or you live in an area with a homeowners association that prevents this type of parking there is nothing wrong with what you are doing. You could store it in one of those UStore places but that will cost $$$$$. Tell her I said to chill...I’m sure she will listen😁.