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Re: Water safety in gener
Posted by terry on Jan 27, 2005
Gees, Mac, the MBG stirs some long lost memories of college. A engineering student friend and myself bought two wrecked cars and a motercyle to restore and sell to help with the tuition bill. One of the cars was a dear Austin-Healy 3000. Had some leg room, but a suspension that road like a steel-wheeled buckboard (probably why they called it "buckboard suspension"). Probably a factor in my bad back today.
Anyhow, after much body work it was time to tune it and get it ready to sell. Those damn Weber side-draft carbeuretors were a pain to get in tune, and only stayed that way for a few hundred miles. Ah memories.
In Response to: Re: Water safety in gener by Mac on Jan 26, 2005