Sorry to disappoint you, but this car is a boy and his name is
The sparks were flying when I first saw him, rusty and a total mess.
The sparks are still flying for all the welding we do.
Hopefully he'll sparkle some day, though he will not be in a lot of shows as
I'm not fond of shows, but he'll be in some autocross, some rallies, he'll do
a lot of driving.
You see, I wanted this car for my project to learn on, but when I'm done, I'm
giving him over to Wilf.
I have another Spit sitting here waiting.
I know.........don't say it...............
----- Original Message -----
From: Bill Gingerich
To: Spitlist ; NASS
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2003 11:05 PM
Subject: >>NASS RE: stripping a plastic grill
Hey Liv, with all the stripping you're doing, perhaps the car's name should
Sorry, couldn't resist that!
'74 Spit "Lazarus"
'73 Spit "Rip"
'71 GT6 "Dorian 'Primer' Grey"
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