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  1. I watched it last night and really enjoyed it.
  2. "Tell purchasing to go ahead and order another light."
  3. Cautionary note...If you ever find yourself removing the steering wheel from a 1948 Plymouth. I had already removed all the interior and I was seated on a 5 gallon bucket removing the steering wheel. I managed to finally get the main nut off and could not get the dang steering wheel to budge. After about an hour of fighting with and staring at it I smacked the steering wheel with my hand out of frustration. I woke up about 30 minutes later flat on my back with my face covered in blood and a pounding headache. It seems that under that nut is a flat steel coil spring about 3 inch diameter under a a lot of tension. After 50 years it had frozen in place...until I smacked the steering wheel. Lesson learned. The wheel lug nuts turn clockwise for removal...but that's another story.
  4. Absolutely, I completely stripped the interior out of one to include the whole dash and cloth and bow headliner in order to repaint and reupholster, replace all wiring etc. Know it well.
  5. 1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe...sweet
  6. You just described a several of mine to a tee. My current Boxer is 13 and still going. I am getting a new Boxer pup at the end of the month. Mine were Leroy, Baron, Chief, Buster, Sport, Bo, Rebel and I have not decided on the name for the new pup.
  7. Question: "But why did you shoot him 15 times Officer?" Answer: "Because I didn't have 16." I tip my hat to the Officer.
  8. Boxer. Hits all the traits you mentioned. Excellent home protection and have a formidable appearance. Very family oriented and tend to protect children and family at all cost. Very high reasoning skills. Short hair makes for house friendly. Though energetic, they are easily trained and adapt to indoor living very well. If it sounds like I am biased, I am. I have had boxers all my life. I am sure there are other breeds just as highly thought of by others but I have never had a bad Boxer. All of mine were either rescues or unregistered except for one high end "papered, pedigreed, pure bred". Couldn't tell the difference in any of them except for individual personality.
  9. Prayers sent, and will continue to be.
  10. tacops

    Why is it...?

    I'm wondering when they're going to start stacking cereal boxes flat on the grocery shelves. They are so thin now it's a wonder they can stand on edge.
  11. Thanks for the info, time for a road trip.
  12. I see you are in the Knoxville area, which Ace Hardware did you see them displayed in? I may have to make a run to K-Town.

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