Thanks for the info Paul. Paypal does some of the most random things with our money. The service is like everything else nowadays connected to online technology. We get addicted to the ease of use and then when they throw us a curve we just seem to tolerate what would ordinarily be unacceptable business practices and still keep sending them our money and using their services. I'm as guilty as anyone but sometimes I wonder why I continue to participate in the games these companies play.....GB
Yeah, you nailed it, will said. Also, there aren't really any viable alternatives unfortunately that are convenient, waiting for a check to clear takes too long, money orders are faked too often, ApplePay - no idea who uses that. Paypal hasnt been too bad for me so far, Ebay on the other hand I've grown to hate with a complete passion, but still use it because it has a client base that is too large to ignore. Ever since ebay charged me full commission for a non-sale, another intolerable thing that wouldnt happen anywhere else, I've completely hated them.
Various 1930's Texaco Cruising Charts (maps) for different east coast regions. $20 each shipped. 1936 Atlantic Coast - Eastport, Maine to Cape May, NJ 1935 Hudson River - Lake Champlain and New York Canals 1937 Hudson River - Lake Champlain and New York Canals 1938 Atlantic Coast - Philadelphia, PA to Savannah, GA
I got another small run of lubester knobs and have contacted those of you that I had on a waiting list from about a month ago when I ran out. If I have missed anyone that wanted some I apologize. If you didn't get a message from me please let me know and I will try to get you taken care of. I don't have too many left again as my guy was leaving for snowbird land until March and just made me enough to get those out I had orders for plus a few extras. Thanks to everyone for your patience and patronage, I will try to keep a few in stock as best I can in the future. Price is still $12 each plus $7.50 postage to the continental USA for up to six knobs. Paypal preferred. Thanks....Gary
Anyone know what purpose the sliding tube topper served? I purchased the parts diagram and it is called out on the diagram, but left out of the parts list. My topper pot metal was rotten and broken up in multiple pieces. With super glue and JB Weld Putty, I was able to piece it back together and it will fit on the sliding tube top. Joe
Thank you Randy. I purchased a 2" diameter neoprene ball and some fasteners from M-C. I would have to have a custom torsion spring made for the drain back lid. Very expensive and I don't need a spring that bad.