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re: Houston must try very casual restaurant? ASAP - Napoleon
Cafe pita closed again helper don't want Asian food. Argghhh....
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re: Needing spice recipes for blackening fish. - Napoleon
good paprika is key, and what makes it black. Add to it White pepper, black and red pepper to, plus whatever else you like. Dried herbs add complexity to the flavor like dill if fish and cumin if chicken. Plus dried thyme. ...
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re: $5 blackjack casinos in BR - Napoleon
I'm cheap and used to like the $5 tables when I was in my early 20's. I generally set gambling limits of 200-250 and then walk out, if I'm up that much I do the same, ...
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re: Anyone here ever restore a car? Or fix an oldie? - Napoleon
Cheapest Shipping quote came in at $497 garage to garage. I was going to take my trailer, but it has no brakes and is rated for up to 5000 pounds. This car has a curb weight dry of 4900 pounds so that is close. Plus my truck is rated to 6500 pounds and van to 7500 pounds and while both have...
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re: Anyone here ever restore a car? Or fix an oldie? - Napoleon
[quote]I don't care how much it costs to restore, just what its value compares to expense at the end of it all. [/quote] Best ROI I see, reading car mags and forums is from importing a rare but desirable foreign car. Like Citoren DS21s or Early BMWs or Porsche. The best I found looking is th...
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re: Anyone here ever restore a car? Or fix an oldie? - Napoleon
Mustangs are the cheapest to get parts for, there are so many. Those are Pony cars though. A pony car was built on the platform of a compact car, and generally a muscle car was built on a mid or full size platform. Camaros aren't bad for parts. I just remember in the late 90's there bein...
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re: Anyone here ever restore a car? Or fix an oldie? - Napoleon
I'm pulling the engine, throwing out the gas tank, all reservoirs and replacing every inch of wiring, I'm going to make a custom harness and add in some electronics that can be hidden. I want to make it reliable. If it has a generator I will switch to an alternator. Also add in alarm and pow...
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re: Anyone here ever restore a car? Or fix an oldie? - Napoleon
The inertia switch went out. I couldn't reset it even, was odd. I replaced it an it was fine. ...
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re: Anyone here ever restore a car? Or fix an oldie? - Napoleon
post some pics when done. I don't know why bu Mid 20's to early 40's is my favorite period for cars. The model A set many standards for American cars. I would like a T one day too. ...
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re: Anyone here ever restore a car? Or fix an oldie? - Napoleon
Tornados were cool, the first front wheel drive American cars if I remember right. ...
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re: Anyone here ever restore a car? Or fix an oldie? - Napoleon
The engine turned over with a breaker bar. I figured I could do it cheap. The only missing trim is three pieces of side chrome. Those are $275 ea online, or I could delete the chrome from the sides which I think looks good. I know a guy with a body shop, figure $5,000 for body and paint w...
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re: Anyone here ever restore a car? Or fix an oldie? - Napoleon
Nice is that a first gen Bronco? Just saw a Waggoneer, I was way off. ...
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re: Need help troubleshooting Dishwasher - Napoleon
I used to love Whirlpool laundry products. The older ones I would put next to Speed Queen in build quality and prefer them to old Maytags(which have almost a cult following). I hate to say though, these new Whirlpools are almost disposable. So many things cause failure in them. Assuming you ...
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re: Need help troubleshooting Dishwasher - Napoleon
Here is your manual. Sorry went to bed early last night, then was busy in the morning. [link=(https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-i5KqMA2RZwZ1FMR3duc0toaDg/view)]Samsung F600 class dishwashers / model DW80J3020UB/AA [/link] ...
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re: Need help troubleshooting Dishwasher - Napoleon
Yeah, some units you have to take them out and flip them over to get to the motors. Learned that in a Bosch class and it works for many of the Koreans as well. Some make it nearly impossible to access the motor while installed. ...
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re: Need help troubleshooting Dishwasher - Napoleon
Try to see if the pump has a sticker listing voltage. Some are DC...
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re: Need help troubleshooting Dishwasher - Napoleon
This is possible too, post the model number off it has a diagnostic mode I'll post it and you can check the codes and pinpoint the issue. ...
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re: Need help troubleshooting Dishwasher - Napoleon
generally with this problem the issue is a limit switch if some kind, a float switch, a flood switch or a thermal fusen ...
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re: Anyone here ever restore a car? Or fix an oldie? - Napoleon
[quote]Packard[/quote] Dude the straight 8 is one of the best early engines of all time. It's smoother than the majority of modern cars. I really really want a late 30's packard. I was in the airport yesterday and some Jay Leno clip came on with a black dude explaining old car pric...
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re: Anyone here ever restore a car? Or fix an oldie? - Napoleon
this is why I almost think I should just get it running and sell it. I have $700 in it so far, then $150 for a flight and $60 for a rental car. Shipping quotes are between $275-400. The only other car like this I found in similar condition had no engine and no glass and was $3k more. Ju...
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