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02-12-2004 07:08 PM
fisher57 dont forget about the kanooter valve for a 1979 chevy 350
02-12-2004 06:05 PM
western star Chrome reverse muffler bearing.
02-12-2004 12:28 PM
malc OUCH!
02-12-2004 12:19 PM
k2mooch Another one. . . "Man I just got out of your bathroom, and you seriously need to get someone to get that smell of updog out."

"What's updog?"

"Nottin, what's up wit chu?"

02-12-2004 12:06 PM
malc Iīm not sure what you just said
02-12-2004 11:54 AM
astroracer Ask 'em for a '67 Henway... When they ask "what's a Henway?" tell them around 4 lbs...
Cross-Drilled brake Lines and a pint of headlight fluid are head scratchers also...
02-12-2004 11:22 AM
bigblockbill im not sure what you just said
02-12-2004 06:55 AM
malc When I was working in the body shop, apprentices were sent to the stores for a "long weight" The storeman would tell them to stand just around the corner.There they waited ītill it dawned on them.
Sending them for a "couple of sky hooks" was a good īn
as well.
02-12-2004 06:38 AM
dynodon Or a hill holder for a 1951 studeabaker real part but not made for many years ,i needed one for mine in 1972,found one at a dealer the last one still around back then in n.j.sold parts only and motor trend did a feature on him .
02-11-2004 08:09 PM
badknuckles you could always ask him for flathead internals
02-11-2004 07:41 PM
FASTCHEVY I think you guys left out water cooling parts for a Chevy Corvair.

but I wouldn't really bother the autozone kids, they have enough
trouble finding parts that are real.
02-11-2004 01:29 PM
mustangman1968 belt patch,distributer cap for a newer car without a distributer a bowl for a fuel injected car ok i got nothing
02-11-2004 01:12 PM
Busted Knuckles Square drill bit (to drill square holes), metric grease (for my metric grease fittings).
In the Air Force, it's gallon of propwash, three yards of flight line, left handed crescent wrench...
02-11-2004 09:09 AM
Slightly_Slanted6 Flux Capacitor for an 83 Delorian is a hard to find part

as well as a Turbo Cabrolator for an 85 Buick Regal
02-11-2004 08:27 AM
Ghetto Jet Take your car to Pep Boys and have them bring the car in to the bay to put fresh air in the tires. Tell them you change the air every 3000 miles. Then ask how often they change their air.
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