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Re: (follow up) Blown Head Gasket

To: Herb_Goede@amsinc.com, egnorant@flash.net
Subject: Re: (follow up) Blown Head Gasket
From: Bryan Vandiver <Bryan.Vandiver@Eng.Sun.COM>
Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 09:30:11 -0700 (PDT)
Cc: millerb@netusa1.net, spridgets@autox.team.net
Reply-to: Bryan Vandiver <Bryan.Vandiver@Eng.Sun.COM>
Sender: owner-spridgets@autox.team.net
Man, you Texan's know how to live...

First the naked springsteen breakfast with spurs, and now this. 
Us hicks out here in California ain't got sh**t!

;-> Bryan Vandiver (59-bugeye)

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>To: Herb_Goede@amsinc.com
>CC: Bill Miller <millerb@netusa1.net>, spridgets@autox.team.net
>Subject: Re: (follow up) Blown Head Gasket
>As far as finding parts for my Bugeye in local parts stores, I found a winner.
>They were able to pull from shelves all the tune up parts, oil filters, bulbs,
>belts and
>WIPERS!!!! With a phone call they found generators, starters, rebuilt carbs,
>wheel bearings and seals, local trans and diff rebuilder, engine rebuild parts,
>NOS electrical parts, (Imagine that they found a 60 Bugeye headlight/ignition
>switch 3 blocks away on the shelf!!) And many other items. He had Vic Brit
>catalogs, Moss Motoors and AH Spares under the counter. He also knew a few
>local shops that actually had experience in MGs and Austin Healeys. He also
>pointed me to an upholstery shop that was enthusiastic about working on odd
>cars. Now all I need is some money to use all these resourses and I will be
>fine! He also pointed me to a shop that does proper inspections on older cars.
>In short...Move to Texas!
>Bruce Lowry
>Herb_Goede@amsinc.com wrote:
>> Bill,
>> Autozone had something in stock for a Spridget besides spark plugs and oil?
>> Most of the folks working there can't even prounounce Alfa Romeo and those
>> were inported well into the '90s.  Go figure.
>> Herb G.

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