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UH OH,
DAILY DRIVER-67 EL CAMINO 396 30 OVER, CAM, HEADERS, HOLLEY DUAL FEED, LOTS OF INTAKE/EXAUST HEAD WORK, MSD IGN, RICHMOND 5 SPD, HURST,REAR 3:23 WITH LOCKER,FR DISK, PST SUSPENSION(SITS STOCK HT), MID 13'S SEC. 1/4 MI ALL DAY, 10.4 mpg, CITY, 12.5 HWY. SUNSHINE YELLOW/BLACK INT.
3 SONS 3 -1/2 TON SHORT BED PICKUPS 1970 GMC, 1972 GMC(4WD), 1973 CHEVY, 3:73 REAR ENDS WITH LOCKER OR POSI, 383 CI SMALL BLOCKS, ALL AT AROUND 400 HP, ALL WITH BUILT 400 TRANIES. SAND POUNDERS ALL.
1992 BLAZER STOCK, BACK UP/TOW /VACATION TOY
TOYS 1 - 1968 CAMARO 400+HP, 350 AUTO, 1/4 MILE 12'S ALL DAY.2-VW 1914 CC IN A SHORTENED 1963 DUNE BUGGY. NOT A MANX
PRETTY MUCH A DRIVE EM BREAK EM FIXEM THING. SPEEDOMETERS ARE WHAK SINCE ALL HAVE GEAR/TIRE CHANGES. WE HAVE A CAR HAULER.
MOM DRIVES THE 1992 BLAZER. I OWN STOCK IN CHEVRON  : )
YOU ASKED!!!
BOB HANSON, SE
TORRANCE, CA.
 
-----Original Message-----
From: V.GORDIN [mailto:scgordin(--nospam--at)hotmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 9:40 AM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: transportation (was "how's your computer")

Roger,
 
I enjoy, and learn a lot from, all of your great posts, but the last one really made me feel good.  I love pickup trucks, and drive one, too.  It's interesting to know how popular are these among our fellow engineers.  Which cars do we prefer, anyway?
 
Steve Gordin, SE
Irvine CA
 
 
Roger Turk wrote:
 
By the way, my "car" is a 1984 Nissan pickup with
> 188,000 miles on it and
> only recently has started giving me some problems
> (alternator problems).  The
> finish is "perfect" as I keep it protected with a
> nice even coat of dirt.