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Fat Boss

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  1. Sure. I'm planning on going to Tennant Station in Morgan Hill to see it first night. They have the D Box seats and you can buy your exact seat in advance online. https://www.cineluxtheatres.com/location/8716/CineLux-Tennant-Station-Stadium-11-Showtimes
  2. As an engineering program manager, I can attest that most projects are driven by schedule, then by meeting technical specs. If you can make it lighter in the end, that's a bonus.
  3. When I had a Boss 302 with the FR "kitty litter scoop" I would just let the oil drain onto the scoop than it'd drain out of the corner of it into a catch pan. A quick wipe with a paper towel at the end was sufficient. What is really useful, is one of the Form-A-Funnels for removing the oil filter. https://www.amazon.com/FormAFunnel-General-Purpose-Flexible-Automobiles/dp/B07QM1KWMN/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_263_img_0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=F186GFQVZX0BARAMN6G8
  4. I'm quite happy with my GT350 convertible.
  5. The best way is to center the axle under the frame rails. There's more variation in the fenders.
  6. Isn't that exactly what Ford did with the 2012 Boss 302 and the much more powerful GT500?
  7. Would look great in our tree fitties. 133500068
  8. I bought mine about two years ago with 14k on it. It now has 21k.
  9. I cut some round pieces of 2" hard foam and glued them up into a lightweight spare tire dummy. It supports plenty of weight and is very light.
  10. That's great. I think it's important for future generations to be able to find cars that are not yet restored.
  11. Awesome! Shelby does a great WB conversion.
  12. My GT350 was more than that new, but thankfully I didn't buy it new. The economy is quite strong here in the Bay Area, I call it a Gold Rush.
  13. That sounds right, Jim. Our volunteer fire association trains year round, but not every weekend.
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