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Tim Farrell
tgfarrell
Jan 18
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Whoa! I’m 2x your age David and that shit is still funny! Keep it up.

Dec 6
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My 2007 F-150 is a manual 5 speed on the floor. Took me a year to find it. 2008 was the last year for a manual F-150 for the 4.2L V6. The last year for the V8 was 2003. Love my manual F-150. Replaced the failing stock exhaust with a cat back from Summit and now it sounds awesome when you push the fun pedal. Read more

Nov 12
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I got one like this for $80.00 3 years ago. Great to have for getting that classic car started when the battery is low.

I got one like this for $80.00 3 years ago. Great to have for getting that classic car started when the battery is

Oct 30
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NIce, I’m thinking about getting one of these or a Cayman (hard top is better I think). Would like to see all the things fixed written up.

Oct 26
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Off topic but related. MAZDA in their infinite wisdom only had a very finite number of unique keys for the 1st gen RX7s. So non-unique, that if there is a gathering of more than dozen or so RX7s, someones key will open and start at least one other car in the group.

Aug 27
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Dang it! Its pre 1979 as there are no RX7s there. Too bad. The Z looks nice though.

Aug 21
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I did something like this on my 80 RX7. I made an aux cable that I could plug into the stereo and my 4th gen IPOD. The aux cable when plugged into the IPOD disables the radio and plays my tunes great. Read more

Aug 5
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I have been reinstalling the AC into my 80 RX7 for about 3 months now. It involved cleaning parts and stripping them with vinegar and repainting some brackets. Then it took a while to get new hoses made. Read more

Jul 23
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Get it running and safe. Stop the rust then just clear coat it and make the interior usable. Bam! Great Cars and Coffee fodder. 

Jul 22
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All I care about is that straight six SkyActive. They better bring that!

Jul 20
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I bought an 86 Mitsu Mighty Max long bed regular cab new. It lived until ~1996. It was a solid little truck. Lost the timeing belt one time and never really ran the same after (interference design), so ended up donating it. It was a great size for a pickup.

Jul 20
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Nice, now do the same sort of thing using an 80s or early 90s Ranger and look at the difference. 

Jul 20
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Or even leave it cracked if no rain expected. Keeps the interior way cooler.

Jul 20
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Only one reason I can see a single dude living the life doing all of this. Who is she?

Jul 16
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Bring back 2 door hatches, then I would be interested. I miss my 89 Festiva which I beat on for 10 years and 179,000 miles until rust took it from us. Rest in peace my manual Festiva buddy.