Re: [DML] Re: What stuff is worth keeping?
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Re: [DML] Re: What stuff is worth keeping?



That is obvious.  what is not so obvious are what
parts have function or value versus which are junk.

John Hervey was buying old fuel hoses a few years
back..  An item that I would have thrown away!

That is what got me to thinking I should save the old
AC line ends.  

--- funkstuf <funkstuf@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Some people seem to think that keeping a
> non-functioning fuel sending
> unit or some rusty hose clamps or some old hoses or
> an old rusty
> clutch slave cylinder, or a weak door piston has
> value. Throw
> everything away except something that might have
> "function".  If it's
> junk it's junk.  


 
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