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gnrand
Yellow Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wildomar? Are the fires out? Get close to you? Close enough for me to see from our deck but no danger. Jeff
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Yesterday
gnrand
Not for everyone but interesting build. Looks like quality work which I always appreciate. Too bad he did not take the same care under the car as well as the engine bay. Jeff
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10 days ago
gnrand
davemotohead Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I will have these by-passes ready soon. just > picked up the stuff to pressure check them. Nice. I have a new Clarks by pass never used in the original package if someone needs one. Jeff
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18 days ago
gnrand
I recently bought one from HF. It is a Hurrican 20V lithium battery and has 1200 ft lbs of torque. It was on sale for $239. Very impressive. I love using it to disassemble engines and pull off tires and rims. Jeff
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4 weeks ago
gnrand
Looks like a Corsa. A lot of parts included Jeff
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5 weeks ago
gnrand
cnicol Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Speaking of the lottery... I have two '68 engines > here. Maybe one is from your car? What are the > last three digits of your VIN? I'll check against > my engines. 210 Thank you for checking. Jeff
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5 weeks ago
gnrand
john.jackson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Jeff, > > Know it is a long shot. But have you looked under > the seats for the factory build sheet? Think the > rear seat bottom is where I found mine years ago > on my original 69 Monza coupe. > > John If I find the build sheet, I will start playing the lottery. Jeff
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5 weeks ago
gnrand
vairjunkie Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If the deck lid is original to the car, the holes > for the 140 emblem are not the same for the 110HP > emblem. That might tell you what engine the car > originally had. Yes, I did noticed that there are 4 holes in the deck lid. I assume that the 140 emblem was added after the fact. Probably a 110 if
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5 weeks ago
gnrand
Maybe it will release a couple of horses. Jeff
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5 weeks ago
gnrand
I have a 1968 Monza 4 speed that came to me with a 140 motor. Is there a way to determine if that is the engine that originally came with the car. I know from the current engine block numbers that it is not the original engine. Thank you Jeff
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5 weeks ago
gnrand
115 in Wildomar on Friday. Went up to the house in Running Springs and it was 90 on Sat. with thundershowers so we had humidity mixed in with the heat. Jeff
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6 weeks ago
gnrand
Vin says Corsa but engine does not appear to be a 140. Jeff
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2 months ago
gnrand
CoCoCo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Love the Red LM Corsa convertible. Too bad I can't > see the plates, 'cause I'm always looking for my > old one in pics! > Hope it's still alive and happy somewhere like > that. > > Paul That red Corsa is mine. I got it in Amarillo, Tx. about 1.5 years ago. Paint was not good and I had it stripp
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2 months ago
gnrand
Thanks to Jeff for organizing the Open House. I know this can be a little tricky with the liability insurance issues. Jeff
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2 months ago
gnrand
I thought I would mention this annual Buick GN car show at Bates Nut Farm on Sunday June 3 (9-4). They are expecting 100 Buicks. I was invited to bring my Crown Corvair as well as my GN. Beautiful setting. I am sure that any Corvairs that show up would be welcomed. Jeff
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3 months ago
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3 months ago
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3 months ago
gnrand
Wallygator Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I agree there are some nice corvair's in Minnesota > but Madison is in Wisconsin. My mistake. I should know that because my biggest customer in in Chippewa Falls.
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3 months ago
gnrand
1966-Corsa-GT-180 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Vairy Nice Danube Blue. I see what may be the > remnants of the original pinstripe!?? > > Why are all the good ones in Minnesota? :D I am glad it is in Mn. Too far for me to go and get in trouble with the wife.
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3 months ago
gnrand
Looks like a nice car for the price. Not a V6 like the ad states hope it is not a scam. Jeff
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3 months ago
gnrand
Looked like a good buy. Hard to see rust issues Jeff
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3 months ago
gnrand
I was told that this car has a lot of rust issues.
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3 months ago
gnrand
This one looks real nice for you east coast guys. Jeff
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3 months ago
gnrand
A lot of nice features (weber carbs, rebuilt drive train, Tele column) a few rust issues. Jeff
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3 months ago
gnrand
Parts car, might be a Corsa Jeff
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3 months ago
gnrand
My Crown has 16" tires and the aftermarket speedometer is not reading correctly. I think the speedometer itself is defective (came with the car when I bought it) so I thought I would replace it with a GPS unit. For now I have the app on my phone that will give me the speed as a cross reference. Jeff
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4 months ago
gnrand
limited pictures. I see some rust on the passenger side fender. Jeff
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4 months ago
gnrand
My 65 Corsa convertible was completely redone before I bought it. The front springs used were for a hard top (too low for the front spoiler when going over speed bumps). They have been replaced and are forsale. I could send a picture by way of e mail. jrandsts@yahoo.com $70 plus shipping
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4 months ago
gnrand
leikec Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Strong smell of scam with that Craigslist > ad...although usually the scam ads only have one > picture. > > Jeff C Yes I agree. If only one picture I would have passed on posting it. Might be worth checking out.
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4 months ago
gnrand
Very nice restored '65. I would like to see the engine but I am sure it is as nice as the rest of the car. Jeff
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