Oh yea, Bill's Midget is a prime example of how to finish a project car,
right before you sell it to the next DPO. ;-)
At this exact moment in time 10/23/00 1:06 AM, "William M. Gilroy"
<email@example.com> made the profound statement:
> kate & gary wrote:
>> A good parts source? My preference has always been to support the local
>> "little" guy, whenever possible. He is the one you will call when you need
>> something "right now", so it would be nice if you buy what you can from him
>> the rest of the time, so he is still there when you need something "right
>> now". In most cases, when you factor in the shipping costs, and aggravation
>> of having to wait, you will find that local is cheaper.
> I know where scott lives. Well sort of, I am most likely less than 5
> miles from him. I have yet to find a auto parts store that has much
> in the way of British parts. There is one in Eatontown that is not
> bad. There is also one in North Brunswick that can get most stuff
> but you usually have to wait a day or two. I can't remember the the
> names right now. If you find a good store locally let me know.
> 77 Midget
> PS. Once I get mine inspected i can drop by and you can see a really
> fine example of a 77 Midget. I am sure the listers how have seen it will
> concur :-)
Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
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