To catch up..... I'd like a "T" please for Pat. (sorry Pat)
Bought and sold one of those racks on "special" (see yesterday's mail) sold
it to a local alignment shop. "fits fine, turns backwards" they said.
Wasn't all that special once I wiped the grease off. (I _am_ glad they used
grease when they installed it)
It's raining pretty hard here, but at least we ain't shovelin'
Keep your reciepts, just don't look at the $... you probably would spend
it on food anyway and that just turns to ....
Wondering about something, Mark. What would you get if you DID
build a car from as many parts as are available but you used only the
cheapest, lowest quality everything you could buy? What would it look like
and would it run? I mean ill fitting fenders, windshields, etc. The mind
boggles. Whaddya think Frank. No fair cutting, grinding, or shaping to fit.
Just bolt it up.
Stop the insanity..... I gotta go.
Cheers Peter C
(Mark, saw your brother last week..... ears burning? ;-)
At 04:20 PM 4/9/99 , Mark Endicott wrote:
>> Thanks in advance for all the advice, information (and misinformation I'm
>> sure.. :) )
>> Todd Milliken
>> Wichita Falls, TX
>> 1966 Sprite
>Are you related to Michael? I still have some S&L stocks!
>As far as what it costs to completely rebuild a Spridget, I tried to
>figure what it would cost to build a new one from available parts, I
>stopped a 20K and I am sure that there was at least another 10K to go
>on odds and ends. I would guess that a very good driver can be had
>for less than 4K. The first rule is not to ever add up your
>receipts, every time somebody does you see them for sale. "Over 20K
>invested, sacrifice for only 12,999" See what happens when you add it
>up. Measure the fun value, don't count the dollars, and never tell