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Every time I think that I can't be anymore amazed you prove me wrong. Great work Last Indian, you truly do inspire sir.

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On 4/2/2024 at 10:26 AM, Frosty said:

I consider myself fortunate to be on the receiving end of some of Last Indian's great work. I can't say thank you enough. It was like opening presents on Christmas Day.

Well; maybe a birthday I don’t know about Christmas? But, thanks! Always glade if something bring joy!

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11 hours ago, Frosty said:

Design for manufacturing is DEFINITELY not the same thing as design for serviceability. Guess which one GM chose?

Manufacturing as we know, but the real # 1 goal is always the almighty dollar! Bingo! If they can save 10 cents; that trumps everything! What a shame! The automotive industry was once one of only 3 industries where new & important developments in mechanics & electromechanics happened. That was important!   In those days those designs focused on the KISS principle! They focused as well on serviceability & much more! This all went to hell with the governmental agency EPA! I could say a lot more about who & what they are, but it would be to no avail in this current world!

Let me just say this them! They are responsible indirectly for the V6 direct injection car I drive. This design is all wrapped around fuel economy & emissions. When comparing this car/drivetrain to a 1967 Impala V8 car/drivetrain using the same driver (me) the MPG hasn’t changed! And neither has the emissions! Really! The fools who think the emissions have changed; are the reason we are all where we are today! Sorry, but it’s true!

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