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Re: Interesting "truck" accessory?
tclederman #1377844 Mon Sep 21 2020 01:46 AM
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Tim, you should have saved this for April 1st!


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Re: Interesting "truck" accessory?
tclederman #1377861 Mon Sep 21 2020 10:53 AM
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Haha. It would be a nice novelty piece especially if the packaging said for Corvair.


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Re: Interesting "truck" accessory?
coilover #1377903 Mon Sep 21 2020 05:55 PM
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Originally Posted by coilover
Number one:
Woman brings Corvair in to get it "winterized".
Us, Ma'am it's air cooled and has no radiator.
Woman, how much does a shop ticket cost?
Us, less than a quarter.
Woman, here five bucks make out a shop ticket I can show my idiot husband that it's been winterized.
That's a rare woman. Definitely the smarter one of the couple. wink


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