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Old 11-26-2004, 11:34 PM
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too low to the ground... crunch

Pic 1: Exhaust pipe ripped out and folded up like an accordion - it's currently tied onto the door post. Sounds like a B-52

"Getting into the parking garage was no was just getting out..."
-quote -My Girlfriend.

Pic2: Sadly it's new home for a while
Pic4: 2 more needy vehicles - 58 220s and the 1966 21window bus.

I'm slowly putting up a website of the 220s - all interior and wood is gone -engine comes out soon. I just ordered 2 carb rebuild kits from Millers too.
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Old 11-27-2004, 12:10 AM
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gimme a low-tech 240D
Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: central ky
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The old pontoons actually look better with flat paint instead of hi-gloss dont they?

Am reconnoitring a muffler system right now for the 240D. One idea is high guage Aluminum pipe instead of steel.
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