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quite happy to donate the cardboard packaging that the lift comes wrapped in....
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That was funny, Jon!
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Oooo - that's an easy one for me.

I've decided NOT to catch the engine on fire again this year.



You guys check your fire extinguishers and make sure they are ready to go.
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Power Booster, Disc Brake Conversion, And Lots Of Crusin! Kenn
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As little as possible. Have to make time to get my 74 Fiat Spider put together.
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My list for the year is body work, paint, complete interior, rewire, disk brake upgrade, a/c install, driveline rebuild, pulling my hair out and banging my head against the wall.
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Oooo - that's an easy one for me.

I've decided NOT to catch the engine on fire again this year.



You guys check your fire extinguishers and make sure they are ready to go.
Good call, I will add not catching the engine on fire to my list too. Out of interest, where do you mount your fire extinguisher ?
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As little as possible. Have to make time to get my 74 Fiat Spider put together.
Nice, my first car was a 73. That little girl pretty much set me on my road to working and fixing cars. Dad helped me buy and tow it home, left it up to me to figure out what it needed to drive it.

Finally sold it back in the 90s up in Idaho. So if anyone stumbles across a 73 Spyder in Idaho with a full Abarth rally suspension, custom 17" wheels, a built 2.0 motor with dual webbers and a custom chrome roll bar, she was my first build.
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So it's another winter, what's the plan for this year?
Now that my engine compartment is spiffy clean, there's no more exhaust or oil leaks I'm going to tackle the interior. Not really that much to do, I put in Dynamat and new carpets but the front seats are in need of some attention. I've sent away for the leather dye kit and will be rebuilding the foam in the seats, specifically the bottom inch unless I find the entire seat foam is shot in which case I've got a guy!! He's already re-stitching the seams.
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My plans?

Summer looms so just doing more miles in the '66 is what I want to do!

Oh, and now I'm a professional car detailer I hope to get the old girl looking sharper!
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