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mandan14shooter 80 posts  |  Last Activity: 12 hours ago Member since: Nov 15, 2011
  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter May 12, 2014 12:01 PM Flag

    obama made the no-call and went to sleep. billery was on the job and just added to the problem and to their unfortunate deaths. you are BRAINDEAD and every time you open your mouth, you make a FOOL out of yourself....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter May 12, 2014 11:26 AM Flag

    If you are fortunate to have a garage, this product is a "must have" for quiet door operation. Spray a little of this 11 oz. red/white can on your rollers and hinges and be a happy car guy. Prices are all over the map from 2.49 to 5 bucks a can....

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    All Benghazi all the time!

    by ignurnt_o1d_codger May 9, 2014 9:54 AM
    mandan14shooter mandan14shooter May 9, 2014 12:01 PM Flag

    Instead of sending help in immediately, mr. obama went to sleep and good Americans died. The next day they came up with some fictional story that only idiots would believe. billery opened her mouth and you are right to call it all SCANDALOUS. ...

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter May 9, 2014 11:26 AM Flag

    She's run out of gas. It might be a good time to go on vacation....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter May 9, 2014 11:25 AM Flag

    i've missed Sunday Mass and Holy Communion three times in 25 years. i gave a customer and cradle Catholic hell the other day for sleeping in his Faith. So many Catholics think they can go to Mass on Easter and Christmas and save their Soul. satan is a strong adversary and will eat you alive if you fall asleep. Put on your armor and fight back...

  • They've had it for months now. Three large chicken strips, gravy, fries, drink and a Sundae or a burger with the rest for 5 bucks. What a deal!! The other day, a guy in a DeLorean with his gull wing doors pulled up too close to order and had to back up and move over. What a Pain. You can keep your gull wing doors....

  • Every 100,000 miles, i get under my 79 and kiss the C6 tranny. She's a SWEETHEART and never talks back....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter May 5, 2014 11:30 AM Flag

    i'm certainly not the smartest guy on our block, but can anyone out there explain how this can turn into any kind of profit?? my small brain keeps sending signals that this is all money down the drain....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter May 2, 2014 3:24 PM Flag

    Yea, he's a jerk for his stupid statements, but to take away his Team and fine him such an enormous amount?? That is totally CRAZY. America is quickly going down the tubes, when such a bad judgement can do so much harm. These owners have to take a long look in the mirror, before they pass judgement.

    WILT was the MAN. He lived through all that UGLY stuff and rose above it. He wasn't a bitter crybaby and that's one reason so many of us loved him....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter May 1, 2014 12:11 PM Flag

    He looked good on Barett/Jackson and is the perfect replacement for Mr. M. Whether that turns into higher sales remains to be seen. Mr. Mulally was passed up at Boeing and left the beautiful Pacific Northwest for Ford and all the bucks. You couldn't pay me enough to move to Detroit.
    i've been driving 78/79 Ford 1/2 ton trucks for about 22 years. Old Blue went 260,000 miles for me and another 40,000 miles for the kid i sold it to, before he fell asleep and ran into a tree. 400 bucks for 40,000 miles isn't a bad deal. Old Blue died that day, but Ian was not hurt. i'm sure that 300-6 engine went into another truck. i did a cheap overhaul on it at 200k. Rings, main bearings and had the head machined. my present half-ton, 460/C6 driver has gone from 49,000 miles to 194,000 miles and is still running strong. Hopefully, i'll get another 194k out of it. Ford and other new trucks are too expensive and too high off the ground to work out of comfortably, but when you get used to driving a truck every day, it's very hard to go back to a car....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Apr 30, 2014 12:37 PM Flag

    Keep throwing your $$$$ away in that comcast sinkhole and sign up for DISH. It's a NO BRAINER in my humble opinion. Some people like to throw their money away on expensive cars, clothes, entertainment, fine foods, overpriced apartments etc, etc, etc, Other common sense people think before they spend. What's inside your brain??....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Apr 25, 2014 12:42 PM Flag

    A couple are parked on the basketball court, but the back yard is fully fenced. The wife would never go for junk in the yard and as long as she has her greenhouse and garden, she is one happy, happy girl. If your wife buys her clothes at the thrift stores, be sure and keep her around....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Apr 25, 2014 12:38 PM Flag

    Pontiac kicked Buick's butt in sales from 59 to 79 with 68 being their best year with 910,482 units sold. John D. was a Car Guy. The GTO excited the kids, but 64 was certainly not the first Detroit muscle car on the street.
    Buick did make some nice cars, but it was an "old mans" brand. i picked up a NICE green 67 Riviera from a friend for 600 bucks and the wife drove it to work for a year. Ricky was it's name given to it by its previous owner. It didn't have the nailhead, but that 430 ran nice and it was a nice driving car....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Apr 24, 2014 12:08 PM Flag

    Pontiac lives in most every Car Guys mind. If you don't have one in the garage, you should have. i have two sweet ones in the garage and a couple more outside. A white 77 Trans Am and a Chopped Top 27 2-dr. sedan in and a 78 & 79 Trans Am out. A GTO or Trans Am will put a smile on your garage face. How many Buicks under the age of 80 will put a smile on your face??

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Apr 21, 2014 10:36 AM Flag

    i've lost many a brain cell over the years drinking too many Black Label and assorted beers, Tyrolia, Boones Farm and cheap wines and other commodities, but i think GOD is a Car Guy. HE must have designed the Duesenberg, a few Packards, a few Ferrari's, a few Jaguar's (who else could have designed the 67 XKE??) and in 63, HE tripled HIS designs with the Split Window, 63 1/2 Ford 427's and the Impala 2-dr. Hardtop 409's.
    A neighbor and member of our gang somehow bagged a beautiful, metallic brown 63 Impala 2-dr hardtop with the 425 horse package, two 4's and 4 speed. WICKED would have been an appropriate name for that car. His older brother was built like a tank, so his name was Tank and i gave the name "Jeep" to our buddy, who built like a Jeep. i had a 35 Ford 2-dr. sedan at that time with a 322 Buick, 4- barrel engine. It had two bucket seats for an interior, with no back seat, door panels or headliner and with the stock 3-speed top cover and 411 closed drive shaft rear end. i blew at least three trannys racing before i learned to start the qtr mile, rolling about 5 mph. We had two junk yards just west of town, where those old trannys could be bought for 25 bucks. i pulled the top cover to look at the gears, but never knew if the car would jump out of gear until i had it in there. We had a qtr mile strip just over the bridge, going out to Fort Mckeen. A third person would call out "GO" and with that light car and right gears, i would jump a car length right away. i had beaten the best cars out there, including 383 Plymouths, 389 Pontiacs and a guy with an Edsel and a big mouth coughed up 20 bucks in a loss. i was so far ahead of him, i could barely see his headlights at the end of the qtr.
    i knew racing Jeep was going to be the toughest race. Like all the other races, i jumped a car length at the start and barely held on at the finish, when he shot by me like a rocket. i think so many of us were born just at the right time in History....Thank GOD...

  • Edmonds, Lynnwood area. O'Reilly bought out Schucks, which put them in a nice position. Both are within 18 blocks from home. i have a few 78,79 Ford half-ton, long box work trucks with the rare, special order 460/C6 combo. i did a rear brake job and replaced the rear U-Joint on the 2 piece driveshaft yesterday on my daily driver. i went to Autozone and their book gave me a u-joint with the wrong bearing cup size. Went to O'Reilly, which is a hair closer and their book also gave me the wrong one. The guy behind the counter went through about ten boxes and came up with the right one. The lady that has been there a long time gave a part number out of her head to him and said "that one is cheaper", so i bought three of them. That's what QUALITY SERVICE is all about....

  • Ugly is sometimes nice. i bought quite a few UGLY old cars, but they didn't stay that way very long. The face of this board needs to be stripped....

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    New Scam ==== Tesla isn't a car company anymore

    by kbodie77777 Apr 11, 2014 5:43 PM
    mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Apr 12, 2014 1:23 AM Flag

    They 're just a fad kbodie. Kind of like hula hoops, Snooker pool and ducktail haircuts. Hair today, gone tomorrow....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Apr 11, 2014 12:17 PM Flag

    The man is mad as heck and should be. This CRAZY gov't is totally out of control and there's 17, going on 18 to who knows how many TRILLION reasons to change leadership. You can't spend your way out of a SINKHOLE. obama & company are that sinkhole.
    i like to support the small, local lumber yard, but their prices are higher and their supply is limited. i had to go to HD to get a few rolls or roll roofing and flashing material the other day and the store was PACKED on a weekday afternoon. HD still ROCKS....GO FRANK GO....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Apr 10, 2014 12:06 PM Flag

    Septic tank movies make the big $$$$....

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