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About mhr1961

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    Shelbys,Working Out, Running, Reading, Nightmare Home Restoration Projects

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  1. The Lobby

    If you are buying a 2018 Toyota Tacoma, you may want to hold off buying your Taco until very late July or even in to August. The 2019's are set to be released soon and dealers are going to be more aggressively pricing their 2018 leftovers and they may work a better trade as well, the 2018 and 2019 are basically the same with very few changes........and it will also give you a little more time to just straight sell the SGT...........if you are still asking $29K+ with no serious bites then that is the market telling you something.
  2. The Lobby

    I didn't say you said it was original. I just said that it must have been retrofitted because Ford did not put a 427 in the 1967 Mustang GT.......and yes I am sure it would roast tires but it probably plowed in to a corner like a John Deere Tractor. I had a 1967 GTA fastback 1 of the 40 or so made with the 289 HiPo and a C4 and it would roast em in all gears too and corner pretty well. It was actually quicker off the line than the GT's with the 390. If you got on the throttle hard at 60 mph you could still break the tire loose and those 1967 GT and GTA's Fastbacks were notorious for swapping ends.
  3. The Lobby

    The 1967 GT and GTA Fastback or 2+2 as some call it was available with the 289, 289 HIPO and 390. If he was driving a 1967 with a 427 it must have been retrofitted because Ford did not make a 1967 Mustang with a 427…..even in 1968 the GT was offered with the 428.
  4. Up and Running

    That hood looks really good. Get those rocker stripes!
  5. David's NEWS ROOM

    alrightythen.........that wasn't necessary, .new topic please, no need to get another thread shut down.
  6. David's NEWS ROOM

    Most of us gave up a long time ago in regard to expecting anything accurate out of Hollywood.
  7. David's NEWS ROOM

    It was mentioned in Thai and other Southeast Asian news that the boys were brought out using conventional dive methods. ”. The stretcher and full mask is a conventional and proven rescue technique. It is an immobilization stretcher that the boys were put in during portions of the tunnel egress. The stretcher some saw at the end of the rescue was not necessarily a diving type stretcher or some kind of “escape pod. They also had isolation stretchers on site and had to take precautions against spreading rare illnesses and two of the boys already had lung infections of unknown origins. The kids are still in isolation from their families due to concerns about rare diseases that can be contracted from caves filled with thousands of rats,bats, and all the feces from all the rats and bats along with mold and stagnant waters. They have all also been vaccinated for rabies and are being observed for signs of dengue and other tropical diseases and infections. Not all kids were brought out the exact same way. Some were weaker than others and had to be stretchered with full mask. Some of the kids were given an anxiety medications before egressing. The factors these people were fighting were multifaceted……and as usual the American Media is going to gloss over details. The factors being dealt with just to mention a few were low oxygen levels, weakened immune systems, anxiety/panic/vertigo, airborne illnesses from bats and rats, stagnant water bacteria and viruses, low temperatures. Even though it is hot in Thailand, the natural temperature of the earth is about 58 degrees F and that cave water was cool enough to where it can cause hypothermia especially in small kids who were already tired and weak. It was a miraculous effort by multiple disciplines. There were over 100 people involved in the rescue from such diverse backgrounds as cave diving experts, deep sea rescue, biologists, psychiatrists, experts in rare diseases, Field Medics from Thai Military, Police, as well as demolition and mining experts, etc. All that stupid headline grabbing crap here in America such as just using “Navy Seals” in headlines was to sell ink and grab eyeballs here in USA. There is much more detail and accuracy about this operation if you go to South East Asian News/websites.
  8. David's NEWS ROOM

    On a lighter note. India appears to be taking the wrong path to developing a “Cobra” Motorcycle. https://www.upi.com/Cobra-gets-stuck-in-motorcycle-side-panel/2271531159809/
  9. David's NEWS ROOM

    Some newspapers and News media were just using "Navy SEALs". To most people in the USA that implies US Navy Seals. My post wasn't directed at anyone. Just trying to give proper credit to the proper military unit and the selfless and brave man that gave his life for others.
  10. David's NEWS ROOM

    In the interest of accuracy. It wasn’t a U.S.Navy SEAL. It was a retired former member of the Royal Thai Navy's Underwater Demolition Assault Unit, which is colloquially known as the Thai Royal Navy SEALS. He died while placing oxygen tanks along the cave route. His name was: Sgt. Major Saman Gunan Rest In Peace. In regard to Elon’s “pod”. The head of the Thai Rescue Operation stated that they appreciated Mr Musk’s effort and that while the device was sophisticated, it was not practical for the operation.
  11. David's NEWS ROOM

  12. David's NEWS ROOM

    Um, yeah it’s a large storm, but If you are posting in regard to it affecting the Thailand Soccer Kids rescue, it has already been reported that it won’t have much, if any, impact on the rescue. That storm is big, but its path and area of impact s Japan and central China/Taiwan and Northern Parts of the Phillipines. Thailand is over 2700 miles away from Japan. Thailand is already entering its natural monsoon season anyway and Thailand meteorologists have recently stated that Typhoon Maria will probably have no effect on Thailand or the rescue. It would be sort of like you living in Pheonix ,AZ and being worried about a Hurricane in Miami Florida....................monster size storm though.
  13. The Lobby

    “Obsfucate”….Wow, them thar is big words Doc for those who are “challenged” enough to drive a Challanger………..
  14. David's NEWS ROOM

    Looks like they may get them all out before Elon's pod arrives........