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31pontiac's 1959 Bonneville

2022 November
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    • I thought it was called the golden years because you give all your gold to your doctors (I'm 62 myself(. My bad. I'd rather spend all my gold on my cars instead.
    • Frosty, I knew that, I started this "second career" replacing the top seals and window rubber. I am two weeks into it and still ordering parts. I just needed someone to convince me of what I already knew. I plan on this being my last car and seeing me out to the end. It is after-all 60 years old and parts do wear out. But I am 78 and also in need of replacement parts. Quite frankly it will be easier to do it now than a year from now.  I have been told many times that they are called the golden years because it takes so much gold to get through them! 
    • The #2 Michigan Wolverines are Glendale Arizona bound to play #3 Texas Christian University (TCU)  in the Fiesta Bowl on December 31, 2022.  A Michigan - Ohio State rematch is feasible - in the National Championship game assuming Michigan beats TCU and Ohio State beats #1 Georgia in the Peach Bowl.  
    • I never drained / flushed the old fluid out of the pump after I replaced the lines and the rams. I simply added new tranny fluid to the system. I would take the plug out of the pump from time to time to left the air escape and add more fluid to the pump gradually with my ketchup bottle filled with tranny fluid. I have yet to need to replace the seals on my pump, but now would be as good as time as any if I was in your shoes.
    • Yup, it's an argument he justa can't win.  And you always seem to get better stories while, "stuck under the hood in the rain banging on the carb, grunting & sweating and moaning about what a piece of crap this is!" then you do at a Hooters. 
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