A friend of mine has a 1911 V2Y2 Peugeot that belongEd to his grandfather who was some big deal in the French Army.
They moved to the States after the First World War and had the car shipped here. I think he said it took about six months for it to get here (probably shipped by USPS)...
Hey Scott,yes,sold the 99 back in 2018. It was just sitting here waiting to rust away. Actually sold it to one of those “if you ever want to sell it “ people! lol!
Really don’t miss either one of them as much as I thought I would. Actually, I don’t miss working on cars at all.😂😂
Hey BaB,haven’t logged in here for years. Hope all is well with you and your family.
Been living in Delaware for 10 years now and life is good.
Got rid of all the Camaros and doing crafty things now.
Been doing a lot of traveling as of late,just got back from Mardi Gras and had a great time!
It's not factory,but there use to be a place near Wilkes-Barre Pa that made them for "Carny" people.
They would buy Penndot trucks and add the body they made. They would get alot of the bodies from DeNaples junkyard.
Todd,believe it or not,two things that work well to remove black marks from paint are cooking oil or WD-40. Spread a small amount of cooking oil on the mark and let it sit for a few minutes,then wash off with Dawn dishwashing detergent.
Or try spraying WD-40 on a soft cloth and rub,should come off.
If it is a 305 HO "G" motor,there was a recall for carb boiling from 84 to 86.It had a sensor there to turn on an"afterblow" fan to cool of the fuel in the carb bowl.
It would also have a fan with a plastic duct going from the inner fender to the carb.
I probably installed a few hundred of them.
It's very easy to filter out the BS. If you don't like it then you don't have to keep it on your feed,simple as that.
As a Vietnam veteran,I belong to a few "Closed" groups as a way of staying in touch with my brothers from another mother and for updates on reunions and the like...