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  • Greynomad
    Reply to Beautiful uneventful day , Stopped just short of the Oklahoma boarder.
    by Greynomad
    Ditto JW.
    Yesterday, 04:29 PM
  • Jwmckenzie
    Reply to Beautiful uneventful day , Stopped just short of the Oklahoma boarder.
    by Jwmckenzie
    Glad you had an uneventful day. I don’t see any reason not to share widely who built your engine. Word of mouth is the best advertisement.
    Yesterday, 06:58 AM
  • Greynomad
    Reply to Close call today. October 17, Left Utah and Arizona in the dust.
    by Greynomad
    A29tudor, I'm not trying to second guess your diagnosis on the rod bearing but at only 30,000 miles, to have a rod bearing go is pretty remarkable by my experience. I have 65,000 on one of my engines and I've never seen or heard of a big ned going. Any idea why your failed?
    10-18-2021, 06:08 PM
  • A29tudor
    Reply to Close call today. October 17, Left Utah and Arizona in the dust.
    by A29tudor
    Thanks Bob for the friendship on this tour even thouth my A was not off to a good start Oh well, after 30,000 miles on the engine I found one rod was gving out. Switched cars to a modern and finished the tour. Yes, the Canyon was beaultiful.
    10-18-2021, 11:07 AM
  • Rumbleseater
    Reply to Close call today. October 17, Left Utah and Arizona in the dust.
    by Rumbleseater
    Glad you survived your ordeal! The semi truck operators claim they are the safest drivers on the road. I find that just to be the opposite. Even worse now with the shortages of goods and less truck company employees. Roadways have become unsafe overall since the speed limit went from 55 to 70, cell phones, texting, and lack of diver's education. Driving use to be fun and enjoyable decades ago. I...
    10-18-2021, 05:19 AM
  • Greynomad
    Reply to Close call today. October 17, Left Utah and Arizona in the dust.
    by Greynomad
    Wow, I bet your hands were shaking after that encounter. I often have a dash cam in my A but the vibrations cause it to nearly always be in "crash mode". I'm getting on top of that though. 18 wheels is not a very big truck but it would still hardly feel a Model A going underneath it. Over here, footage from a dash cam is enough for the police to win a case in court. Did you get their nu...
    10-17-2021, 09:31 PM
  • alexiskai
    Reply to Intakes
    by alexiskai
    Yes, it's a luxury these days to be able to say "well, *which* of the many available manifolds do I want?" I saw one of those topsy-turvy intakes at Luray this year, very neat.
    10-17-2021, 01:22 PM
  • Terry, NJ
    Reply to Intakes
    by Terry, NJ
    That was the depression and money was scarce and genius was rampant. They did things that we would think dangerous, too primitive, or "Why don'tcha spend a few bucks and do it right?" Cash or the lack of it was a prime motivator then. So what the usual weekend car enthusiast would've done is to notice how similar a ford manifold is whether it's upside down or rightside up. Then next thing...
    10-17-2021, 01:19 PM
  • Jwmckenzie
    Reply to Day 15 - Poplar Bluff, Missouri
    by Jwmckenzie
    Looking at the map of how you went thru Illinois going from Nashville to Popular Bluff. Must have just hit the southern tip at Cairo. We have taken some of that route before, US 60 right? Nice to get off the Interstate system and see America. Nice PIcs. The Hermitage is a must see., we just love Nashville--- Honkey Tonk Row is a fun evening.
    10-17-2021, 07:00 AM
  • Jwmckenzie
    Reply to Day 14 - Nashville, Tennesse
    by Jwmckenzie
    More things for my bucket list... First Bluebell then Cajun. Hope you don't loose another you are running out of passenger space. Sounds like you are having a great adventure. Safe Travels.
    10-16-2021, 06:38 AM
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