timtoolman
Timtoolman
timtoolman
Nov 12 2015
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Wonder if he used snake shot in that .38? I've been looking for some for my .44 mag, as new camp is in Rattler Country, GA anyway. Probably going to pick up some gaiters as well.

Oct 30 2015
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The killer can be the way you pay sales tax. Since I travel, I can drive all over GA to find a good deal, and did so with my Wrangler. I may have been able to go to Alabama and save a few more bucks, but then I'd have to pay an amount equal to, or greater than the sales tax, just to register in GA. My savings PLUS, Read more

Oct 26 2015
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Growing up within a few miles of the original on Sheridan and Millersport, I've grown to love Duff's. I always make it a point to stop there on my trips home. Medium used to make our eyes water, just from the plate being set in front of us.

Oct 20 2015
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So, the insurance companies don’t pay because the bike driver was doing something illegal? I don't know. Had the girlfriend been killed, would it be involuntary manslaughter? The rider's activities, while illegal, would not translate to committing a crime, but how about the driver?

Oct 20 2015
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“Crum" sums it up in a word. I think they should go for attempted murder and plead it down to assault. He should spend some time in jail.

Oct 19 2015
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I just remember the plunger-style 10 MPH ones that stuck out so far, you could sit on them. But if you got hit, they invariably stuck, making them next to useless.

Oct 19 2015
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Rust belt- Buffalo- 1980, driving my 1973 Pinto. It was rusting on the doors and fenders from road salt. The front floors had rust holes measuring roughly 12” x 24”, but were covered by the carpeting. Driving my new girlfriend (pitiful as it sounds), I rounded a corner that had a significant amount of standing water Read more

Oct 14 2015
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If I could afford it, I'd commission a Jeeep CJ-7 in stainless steel.

Oct 9 2015
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Pretty busy, but it beats the alternative. Jalopnik has changed a lot since its inception, but I’m still around...just not as vocal as the old days. Always great to catch up with friends.

Oct 9 2015
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Of course! That's my Jeep, too. I'm actually leaning on the roof on the driver's side, but it's cut off.

Sep 22 2015
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One has to wonder just how high the deception goes. This is a very big deal. Aside from the EPA fines, there’s California, which is no slouch when it comes to environmental issues. they fine the hell out of the biggest companies- Walmart is one that comes to mind. Read more

Sep 18 2015
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For my part, I had a CJ-7. Awful road manners. Wifey hated it with the top off. Couldn’t drive the manual either. Take the top and doors off, and FREEDOM! So, now I have a JK (pictured in my avatar) 4-door. Much more civilized. Still a pain to remove the hard top, but hey...sacrifices. Wifey can’t drive this one, Read more

Sep 9 2015
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I dunno. Current one is about as civilized as you can get and still make it as capable as it is.

Sep 9 2015
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Leatherette? We sold purses at Woolworths that were made of Nappa Kaffa. They had a swatch of it hanging off the strap in its "native" form, and in the shape of a steer hide. HAH!

Sep 1 2015
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Well, Suzuki just bailed in the US, so rebadging Suzukis as Chryslers or Fiats would make some sense. I don’t think they were BAD cars. And they have a huge presence in India. Read more

Aug 29 2015
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WOW! That Dreamlifter needs a DIET! Looks like my college Accounting professor- small head on a big body.