[DMCForum] Re: Rubbing Martin's Fur Backwards
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[DMCForum] Re: Rubbing Martin's Fur Backwards

Don't know which irritates you more:
- That I drive wonderful old automobiles
- That I am in total bliss doing so
Either way, it's worth driving them just to watch you squirm.

It actually is to my advantage that you DON'T look at motoring the
same way I do. You won't be competing with me for a finite number of
remaining autos.

I find it hard to take seriously automotive advice from people who
change cars every 4 or 5 years. If I had to move to a new house or
marry a new wife as often as some people buy a new car, I'd quickly go

Bill Robertson

>--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski <martin@xxxx> wrote:
> Seriously Bill, if we all thought like you, we'd still be swinging from
> trees. "Why use a stick to club a rabbit to death? I've been using my
> hands all my life - not touching this new fangled stick nonsense -
> there's never one around when you need one, and sometimes they break.
> No, I'll use my hands, thank you very much!"
> I've mentioned my friend's Skyline before. That's RACE-BRED circa 1986
> and electronic everything. Still working a treat. The difference
> then and now is that everything's got smaller rather than using
> components.
> Martin
> content22207 wrote:
> > Since when has a canister coil ever put anyone except Rich Acuti
> >
> > Can't limp anywhere when the coil pack isn't receiving instructions
> > from the onboard computer...
> >
> > My friend's mother was towed home. He spent forever and a day trying
> > to figure out what was wrong. Even replaced the coil pack to the tune
> > of $300 or so. Ultimately turned out to be something in the exhaust
> > stream -- O2 sensor if I remember correctly.
> >
> > Drove my AMC to work today. Same car I've been driving since I was 17
> > years old. 146,000 miles on the odometer. When these new computer
> > controlled cars are 23 years old, we'll compare ignitions. Until then,
> > they remain disposable technology in my estimation.
> >
> > Coincidentally, today's Fayetteville Observer contained a short blurb
> > about notable number of cars that were underwater at Okracoke catching
> > fire when owners try to start them. That's quality engineering for
> >
> > Bill Robertson
> > #5939

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