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Originally posted by jeeptuff
Washington plates, are you in Wa. or KC???

I live in Kansas City. I bought the car from a guy in
Washington. He took the pictures two days before it
was shipped to me.

I finally figured out how to upload pictures to my
photo album. There's more details in the comments
section there.

Originally posted by cahillnnc
nice pics

Thank you

Originally posted by Nightfire
Got those rallyes tucked in nice and tight in the rear looking good!


Thank's Mike
Going through my second teenagehood
with that baby. And loving every minute
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Originally posted by packratwrecker
Or, get a long piece of vinyl tubing, and siphon it out, through the cap hole, until it's lower that the stat housing. Less chance of building in an air lock.
I do the same with one thing added if it has side tanks I got a hand suction/pressure pump from Harbor Freight works great and suck the rad near dry I use it even when I have a drain it is easier once it gets started it will go to syphon to finsish up pum is about $7 works for me Ed ke6bnl
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