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Re: [Spridgets] [midgetsprite] A relative of the Tin-Worm ??

To: dmg@bossig.com
Subject: Re: [Spridgets] [midgetsprite] A relative of the Tin-Worm ??
From: "Brad Fornal" <tequila.brad@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 10 May 2008 06:50:25 -0500
If he took advantage of you from a distance, you can imagine that he is
drooling like one of Pavlov's dogs, thinking of ALL OF "US" being in his
Speaking of Detroit muscle, I know this isn't the list BUT....
Does anyone know where one could pick up a "dana cone" rear diff for a 1968
The theory behind this diff, was that if one tire went to slipping, it
transferred the power to the other tire. I have seen this thing apart
several decades ago, but I settled for a regular diff, to get the car on the
road. Now, thanks to Al Gore, I can ask folks from around the world where to
find one.
Unlike Mark Rabenot, I DO put my car back factory correct, or damn close to
I have MANY photos that have been sent to a certain website master, but that
was months ago, and I have lost faith that they will ever appear. The
original intent was to take some criticism on the engine, whilst it was out
of the car, so that I could make changes before it was installed.
Oh well....

Anyway, we all need to keep our eyes open, and our wallets close, should we
see Mark Rabenot at LOTO. We shouldn't encourage someone that would screw
over a 70 year old man.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY again Dave!!!!


On Fri, May 9, 2008 at 11:56 PM, Dave G. <dmg@bossig.com> wrote:

> Hi Brad,
> His name is Mark Rabenort from Fenton (nr  St Louis)  MO.
> He is/was doing business as West Port Auto Center
> He also sells "matching number" Detroit muscle cars!!
> If you want to see some of the bad stuff on what he sold me as 'restored',
> and
> what I have been working with, then check out;-
> http://tinyurl.com/5gfocx      46 pictures...
> (Friends of mine are hosting the pics for me)
> The chassis, engine and frame numbers are fake and the registration that
> came
> with the car was from Kentucky!!
> The pictures he used were carefully framed so as to avoid any chance of
> displaying the trouble areas...
> I sure hope he keeps away from LOTO....
> Dave....
> On 9 May 2008 at 23:28, Brad Fornal wrote:
> >> If he was going to put the bonnet hinges on wrong, why not these
> >> brackets as well. Who is this HUGE "F" up, who is from Missouri, that
> >> you got your "restored" car from.
> >>  I want to make sure we all are wary of him and his "restored" bits,
> >>  while we are at LOTO!!!
> --
> Dave G.   KK7SS
> '65 MK III Sprite in Richland, WA
> "Real stupidity beats artificial intelligence every time."
>    Terry Pratchett, 'Hogfather'


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