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Posted by Bill Goodwin on June 13, 2005 at 14:12:42:

In Reply to: Posted by on June 12, 2005 at 15:48:39:

: : Thanks Gary: I have noticed many who were on the board when I found it no longer reply and that's a shame. My knowledge is limited and some questions I have no clue. Sometimes I miss something or just get it wrong. Then of corse I can't spell. At times the answers already given I agree with and do not add more. I only hope some have not left here for good. Bill

: Bill I have noticed the same thing, but as you can see others find their way here and there is allways a new name and question. I'm just a carpenter and a pretend mechanic, I don't know how to change plugs in a new car. But I've had the simple Jeep for allmost 30 years and they're still the same!! Gary

Gary: I envy those who can work with wood. Can't drive a nail straight or cut a straight line. I'm a radio brodcast engineer (X announcer) and not a master mechanic. Owning and fixing old cars has been a hobby of mine since the mid 60s. Like you have had 2As for over 30 years. Looking under the hood of my 99 caddy I'm lucky the find the dipstick-Good thing it has a lable on it. Give me a 2A or a car like my 69 Galaxie (the Red Rag) to work on anytime. Now that I also own 2 Triumph's I've learned to cuss in English!!! Bill

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