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"Homer Simpson's Guide to Wreckstoration"
#563214 Mon Aug 25 2014 10:36 AM
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Bart is looking to help Homer w/ his 1st pump on a budget & needs Helpful money saving ideas.


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Dick Bennett #563244 Mon Aug 25 2014 12:42 PM
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Take VR apart and clean it


Looking for Keystone,Pure,Sinclair,Texaco,Sterling and Gulf...Thanks, Brian
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Cold Pizza #563515 Tue Aug 26 2014 11:05 AM
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On Wayne 70's...remove pin before loosening big nut.


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Dave's Garage #563545 Tue Aug 26 2014 01:54 PM
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Paint company logo on the fish bowl and tell everyone "it's an original"

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texacojoe #563556 Tue Aug 26 2014 02:30 PM
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Save all the leaded paint chips and dust . Makes a great midnight snack,.......way better than vintage candy bars.


I like SINCLAIR and old American made stuff ... No china items.
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47reo-travis #563588 Tue Aug 26 2014 05:01 PM
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Travis you may like leaded paint and Hillsideshirtleg likes "vintage" candy bars (where has he been btw?)but nothing beats a slurrpy from the gas line of an old Wayne 70!

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Gasman84470 #563657 Wed Aug 27 2014 01:44 AM
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Lol . I often wonder really how toxic that sulphur looking dry powder in the pipes of most pumps really is . Might make a Geiger counter squeak ! Fred i been wondering where hillside has been as well , I like his chocolate bar topics and owl and ramen noodle ones.


I like SINCLAIR and old American made stuff ... No china items.
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Save all fasteners and store in seperate locations and Don't mark what they were taken from

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