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    currently own 1970 Plymouth Barracuda 440
  1. dominic, sorry to hear and see. probably somebody texting. it has gotten out of control. can't help you much re: what insurance will do/not do for you. Just hope it gets done to YOUR satisfaction. Be vigilant. Any Renntechers that can help our friend?
  2. impressive. congrats on driving the @#$% of it. hope she gives you many, many more miles/smiles.
  3. JFP - as always, your information is helpful and spot-on. Was wondering if you could clear something up for me. I can't remember where I read it, and what the rational was, but the article/blog post etc mentioned using the passenger footwell outlet rather than the cigarette lighter. definitely not as convenient. Could there be a valid reason for this?
  4. OEM replacements are available on any number of sites. forget which ones support this site but best to use those companies. pelican has OEM replacements (whole assembly) for 47 USD and suncoast for 42 USD.
  5. what about this? a bit more expensive, but the cans sure look nice.
  6. HAH. funny, and a bit scary. can't remember where i read about these sensors. anybody with any first hand knowledge?
  7. sorry to hear about your recent loss. hope you get her fixed or a new and improved replacement soon!!!!
  8. my 2007 911 S's TPMS finally gave up the ghost. from what I've read, 7 years seems to be about the max. anyhow, after doing some research, i purchased the product pictured below. anybody familiar with these? have not installed as waiting till i put new rubber on. definitely much cheaper, but wanting to hear from others prior to installation.
  9. I was advised that walmart carries a great battery for a great price. I ended up buying one for my truck and one for my 997 s. been a few years and so far so good. Ever Start Maxx.
  10. definitely the way to go! and you may as well build a relationship with your local indy. and if he/she is the one that does the PPI, they may treat you a little differently moving forward ;-)
  11. heck - i've been dying to take a long road trip in my 07 S. a shame you cant do all the driving and photo shoot in same couple days. here is a picture. i think she is very photogenic. 21k miles. arctic silver with terra-cotta and black deviating dash.
  12. Yes Suncoast seems to sell parts at or very near cost; and their service is always top notch. glad i could help.
  13. Hi gang, I have decided to start putting some time and money into my '77 Carrera 3.0 Car is in great shape and runs as she is. However, its' heart was removed/replaced prior to my ownership. It currently houses a 2.7 that is a bit tired but still serviceable. My goal is to find a euro Carrera 3.0 block so i can keep car as original as possible. Have been looking for quite a while and only ever see them come up for sale in Europe and Australia. I am not opposed to buying another vehicle with the proper engine and then making the best out of 2 cars. But needless to say, i would prefer to
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