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Guest Message by DevFuse

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What a great old car ... highway run hint.

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#1 mtsmiths


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Posted 18 September 2003 - 08:30 AM

Straight thru drive from Whitefish to Baltimore, 63 hours door to door, stops only for fuel, food and naps in the rest areas. All in a 16 year old 'Roo with well over 200,000 miles on the clock. Steady 75mph and nary a burp on the entire run. This is a car I bought 130,000 miles used for $2,600 over four years ago, and am still on the same clutch and brakes ... ditto for the geriatric senior citizen driver (woulda like a cruise control tho').

I'll hate to sell Klack, the 'Jap Tractor' when we go back to Hawaii.

HINT: If you don't already know about them - go to the library before you take a long trip and stock up on audio book CDs or tapes. You can mail them back book rate, which is really cheap; and the return time is the post mark, not when the stuff gets back to the library. A great help when you are in the middle of the country and can find only the fundamentalist Christian clear channel radio stations at 03:00.

#2 mudrat79



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Posted 18 September 2003 - 09:07 AM

Morning Smitty.....

Never got the Call......?????

Still going to do A project......???

Call Me Soon Please.....:)


Later, John in Oregon........

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