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    • Thought I would offer up a bit of eye-candy from the Shriner's show. Been attending this charity event for 20 years with my daughter.                                                                                                        In In the last few years this has become our farewell event, as she heads back to collage making this the last event of the season together.                                                                                                       This years portfolio was taken by her, ENJOY!   https://flic.kr/s/aHsm3aGj7K
    • An all-new version of the Volkswagen Tiguan with seating for up to seven is in dealers now, but if you've got a hankering for the old model, VW has a value-laden option for you. The German automaker is releasing a low-price version called the 2017 Tiguan Limited available now from $22,860 including a mandatory $865 destination charge. That's...View the full article
    • Hi guys getting to swap out my points for a new HEI and and going to make up the my wires but wondering now that I am do I need to change the gap in my plugs..I hear yes and no..have a 428 bonneville
    • Following the high profile dissolution of both the American manufacturing council and the strategic and policy forum, President Donald Trump is abandoning plans to form an infrastructure advisory council tasked with tackling the country’s crumbling roads and bridges. The council, which was created via executive order last month, was charged...View the full article
    • Small engine fire from over heating with engine oil residue that ignited on the front of the engine. Burned up spark plug wiring replaced wires. Ignition module connection wires melted snipped those and replaced them. Fuel injectors a little scorched but I believe they are still intact. Ignition coils still intact and sparking. It acts like it wants to start. Turns over but won't quite get there. Any thoughts? It's so close to starting I wanna rip my hair out. It just kicks and kicks but nothing...
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