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Ken C.

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  1. Based on the guidance given it sounds like this is a part that someone could use if it is not possible to find one in better condition. My view is, value is in the eye of the beholder! If it's all that's available and I need it, I'd be willing to pay the price to restore it. But that's me. In my mind, restoring that one part would need to be weighed against the costs and time associated with searching for a suitable substitute - if one can be found at all. A few hundreds spent here is probably a minor fraction of the total expense in a full restoration. It's not a money maker, but neither is r
  2. Please stop the magical thinking. While you are correct in that more testing will help bring more data, the data we have now shows this virus is far more contagious than the ebola and influenza viruses. (I hope the reports you're reading discuss the R0 of the virus.) The testing to be done will most likely show that the extent of this contagion is virtually unknown. It won't be anytime this year that we'll have any solid understanding of the impact. (e.g. Just in this morning's news out of Houston the hospitals are becoming overwhelmed, but the official numbers are not indicating any surge of
  3. First, I would highly recommend an enclosed trailer, regardless of who you use for transport. Especially if the car is in excellent condition. Second, while there are many "good" providers out there, I would advise against using a broker or a discount hauler. I have learned from experience, you get what you pay for. It's also not worth the anxiety you'll face! I now exclusively use Reliable Carriers (https://reliable-carriers.com) I've used them for years to get my car to and from the Great Race. Passport Transport (https://www.passporttransport.com) and Intercity Lines
  4. Edsel, well said! I absolutely agree with your point of view.
  5. I know it's a little late, but the serial number on the block could help...
  6. Thanks! I'm looking for the original chrome plated arms. I'll give Mark a try. I appreciate your help!
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