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    Smile I'm still here

    Hey guys,

    I've been awol for quite a while - sorry ... Lots going on 'down here' at the moment plus it's football season (Aussie Rules rules lol) and I am heavily involved with the district junior football league - all good but I think I need 40 hour days to keep it all together.

    Greg - got your pm and your email thank you... and a heads up from Chuck that you were looking for the knurled screws . Email coming your way...

    OK - we have 4 screws left from the last run. If there is interest in us making more; we'll have to do a cost analysis for as Clyde says the last lot were fabricated a while ago.

    I'll try not to be such a stranger...sorry guys
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    I also realized that I replied to "Clint" and not "Clyde"! D'oh...sorry about that!!! If it makes ya feel any better at all, one of my good buddies name is Clint.

    Hey there Lisa! I'll just chat with you via email.

    Thanks everyone...for keeping me on the straight an narrow!

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    Not happy wasn't Clint the ape!!!!
    Clyde Boyer


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    Too funny! They didn't say "Right turn Clint". Great flick!!!

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    You'll be hearing from my litigation lawyers
    Clyde Boyer


    1968 2.0 Coupe LHD, US delivered
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    1972 2.4T/E Coupe LHD US delivered 68,000 miles from new
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    Thanks for starting my day off right Clyde!

    Today, I'm going to remove the smugglers box cover and mail it off to get powder coated. I'll just respray the inside of the tail light housings silver. Done properly, that should be more than sufficient with the LED bulbs. The ST seats will get shipped out today. Now, I can quit telling folks that they're on order I'll be sure and post pics of everything too.

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    I would love to replace all my nasty cinch-clamps with Normas.

    Where can I get them?

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    I can't resist...

    Quote Originally Posted by BOYER73S View Post
    Not happy wasn't Clint the ape!!!!
    Mmmmmmm...slightly less hairy I think
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    Hey Lisa,

    I know you have a pretty busy schedule, but I wanted to drop you a line. Well, that and I'm kinda bored now. D'oh! btw...your PM storage is full. Do ya still have any of these knurled screws available?

    We'll chat soon enough about them. Who knows, I may even develop a little patience by then. Maybe...haha! Too bad it's only "slightly" less. Sorry Clyde...I haaaad to

    -Greg

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    Greg,

    Thanks for the prod - hadn't forgotten you I promise. Just getting myself pulled in way too many directions at the moment ... I even missed catching up with Clyde yesterday (sorry Clyde).

    I have 2 screws sitting on my desk for you and WILL email you with postage cost etc today.

    Lisa
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