Magic marouke

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  1. after my truck had a wire under the hood chewed up by a mouse I looked around for ways to keep them away from the vehicles . someone suggested mothballs . I bought two bags and placed them all around the engine bay . two days later I noticed mice had take some of the mothballs from my engine bay and transferred them to my wifes car parked next to my truck and made a cozy nest out of them . so much for moth balls I guess .
  2. Blair Oklahoma you'll have to google the one on the truck to find out .
  3. I believe that people said the autometer gauges were really nice quality so went with theses . I went through Summit as they were quite a bit cheaper and are good service and after sales . the tech guys at autometer were really helpful also when I had a problem setting my tach up . I have a few pics i'll post but it was all pretty straight forward . I'm no mechanic so if I can do it anyone here shouldn't have a problem .
  4. thanks mate . yea their tech guys are really helpful when I had a problem . I like how they are made in USA as well . I wanted a tach that would blend in with the rest of the gauges so yes this style and size was just right
  5. been on on going project the last few weeks waiting on the weather and time of course time . fed up with just having idiot lights not really knowing what's going on up there . the set of 4 cost just under $300 from Summit . here's the pics
  6. absolutely itching to get out . had planned to take it work today but woke up to really thick fog
  7. regarding the quick release clamp you have on your positive battery cable . I had a set of those a few years ago and they didn't make that good of a contact . very convenient though . I swapped them for some regular factory clamps and was fine after that . maybe I had poor quality ones back then but if you have problems I'd look at the clamps first .
  8. iv'e heard about this show and may try to go but I seriously doubt i'll make it . I work in irrigation and it will be our busy season here . its all I can do to get a Saturday morning off for a local show . I'll look in to the club to see what its about though .
  9. that was a good purchase be the sound of it . a lot better than some of the meetings and dealings im sure we've all had when viewing and buying cars . I once traveled 7 hours to Arkansas to look at a 70 Nova I ended up buying . guy assured me it was a driver and ran good . got there and was obviously it hadn't been touched let alone ran in 6 months , some people . im still impressed that you drove it all that way just after buying it .
  10. awesome thread and like the detail to your work . wish I had the time and experience to do a whole car like you're doing . very impressive and keep the updates coming
  11. good read john and very informative . shame the pics on the car shop and rear spring swap didn't show on the thread , would like to have seen them .
  12. it took me almost half an hour to skim through that thread as im at work so didn't read all of it but got the gist . would love to do that one day if time and work permitted . my electra only had 40,000 miles when I got it so still plenty of miles left in her . so did you know the owner of yours or just chanced it and drove it all that way ?
  13. drove it to work if that counts . don't park it out front with all the riff raff cars haha . plus we get so many people turning around in the driveway its bound to get hit . mines in the yard around the back out the way