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Old 03-04-2013, 09:36 AM
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Ok punk you go it, but tell me, a little more just for fun, what magazine? And how about how did he die?

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Tom and hie wife died in a small plane crash. He was editor of Street Rodder, Street Chopper , Rod and Custom and a couple of other bike mags.

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well i mised that ,i would have said Jan Berry of Jan and Dean fame.
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McMullen's is probably the most photographed 32 Ford ever. It was used in countless car mags. Before he owned it it was used in the old "Life of Riley" TV show.

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How about another easy tool question? The last one was so much fun!
This one is much easier. You'll probably find this one under your piston knurling tool in the bottom of your tool box. And no it is not for removing hemorrhoids!

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a form of easy out, for getting broken bolts out.

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McMullen's is probably the most photographed 32 Ford ever. It was used in countless car mags. Before he owned it it was used in the old "Life of Riley" TV show.

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I have a Street Rodder magazine dining table place mat set with it on one of them.

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How about another easy tool question? The last one was so much fun!
This one is much easier. You'll probably find this one under your piston knurling tool in the bottom of your tool box. And no it is not for removing hemorrhoids!

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Well the ends look like an air chisel that I have a few of, I am going to say it's a "panel splitter" to be used with a hammer.

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a form of easy out, for getting broken bolts out.

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Nope not a for bolts.

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Well the ends look like an air chisel that I have a few of, I am going to say it's a "panel splitter" to be used with a hammer.

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Nope not for splitting panels.

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hi guys,, those are for splitting exhaust pipe
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hi guys,, those are for splitting exhaust pipe
Yep that's what it is, a muffler exhaust tool. Cheaper than a air chisel and you have the chance of smacking your hand with a hammer.
Good call 327/350 hp. It's your turn to ask a question.

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Thanks guys but i will pass for now, but i will keep on trying to answer the questions if i can Jim
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Ok, than I will toss out an easy one (maybe).

What is it?

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60-66 chevy pu with deluxe heater standard heaters had a pull and rurn knob heater.
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