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5/27/20
5:23 PM
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I have a feeling most of them were “Great Aunt Vera passed away and I was in desperate need of a car at the time so Uncle Bob gave it to me”

5/27/20
5:20 PM
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It’s actually got very few parts-bin parts for a Chrysler of that era. The engine, front suspension, and some switchgear is about it. They were somehow able to convince the bean counters to relax a bit.

5/26/20
12:58 PM
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My mom and step-dad ran a mobile mechanic outfit for many years. Does that qualify me to give advice?

5/26/20
12:30 PM
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The passenger-only ferries are mostly seasonal and I think only a few have started service again. The vast majority of passengers actually come over on the car ferries, though, and those are on the verge of financial ruin. They operate at a loss in the off-season and rely on the summer boom to bring operating revenue. Read more

5/26/20
10:32 AM
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121hp from that displacement is still almost competitive today, nearly thirty years on.

5/24/20
8:04 PM
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Can confirm. The Wendy's I like remodeled last year and now I can't even see the cashier's face unless I lean out of the car 

5/24/20
6:30 PM
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Huh. They probably sold the tooling to “Kavaki” after discontinuing the model. I would almost trust that bike, then. The assembly might be slipshod but it’ll be solidly engineered at least.