No dirt, grease or grime?! Obviosly, he doesn't park or work on his
British cars in there, ever! ;~/=\
At 09:20 PM 11/6/97 -0800, paul rogers wrote:
> A garage w/out grease, grime, dirt?????, must be one of the
>sealed types found on pages of the house beautiful. I think with the cd
>of the parts manual, you could print the pages you'd need for real garage
>and keep the original manuals clean
>the Healey enthusiast - always
>p.s. - one can only dream about the production run problems of the 100S,
>had one to worry about, althought I did stop and check in on Steve Pikes
>while on my way down to the Oregon Austin Healey club gathering at Boltons
>digs in Creswell, Oregon.
>Joe Jarick wrote:
>> Give me a good old printed paper parts manual anyday.
>> Just about everything else is now in the garage, theres no way I'm taking
>> the PC in there to read a CD-ROM!
>> Not that I'm admitting to any grease, oil or dirt being in my garage
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: paul rogers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> To: William W. Moyer <email@example.com>
>> Cc: Jay Quinn <firstname.lastname@example.org>; email@example.com
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org>; email@example.com
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org>; email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
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>> Date: Thursday, 6 November 1997 4:07
>> Subject: Re: LONG: Chain of events: Dont let this happen to you!
>> > Just another reason that the parts manuals need to be put onto CD's,
>> so we
>> >can all put them back together again during the recovery stage of therapy.
>> >paul rogers
>> >the Healey enthusiast - always
>> >William W. Moyer wrote:
>> >> On Wed, 5 Nov 1997, Jay Quinn wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> > 9. Also while there, I decided to stick on duel lead pistons in place
>> >> You have hit upon the common malady of owning these cars. One day you
>> >> decide to put that missing flash on the boot lid and all of a sudden you
>> >> have the car down to the frame and you didn't take any pictures of the
>> >> disassembly at all. The disease is called "while you're there". It is
>> >> common in this group, we have all caught it and, like herpes, it never
>> >> goes away. Just learn to live with it.
>> >> Bill Moyer BJ7
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