Discussion in 'General Maverick/Comet' started by duece, Sep 17, 2008.
Is it aluminum?
thanks newtoford workd great
Anybody have any cookies?
nah my computer wipes them pretty regularly...got some waffles though...I'm gonna go have some...
oh no you didnt!!!
I know someone who likes pancakes!!
Honestly this thread started off down the hill!!
Even though I'm English, I like French toast.
I got tired of waffles when I was 8 years old... esp. when they brought out those "brown" Eggo waffles... like eating tree bark. Even worse with corn syrup cuz my parents wouldn't buy Aunt Jemima.
I hate French cars. They all look like they were designed backwards, like the car designer was holding his doodle pad in front of a mirror when he drew them. Pug ugly like a foo-foo poodle haircut. Why do their wheels have 3 lug nuts?
I like eggs!!
Why do their wheels have 3 lug nuts?
Becuase the french are mad at the belgians...
Becuase the french are mad at the belgians...[/quote]
Belgian waffles are even better than French toast. I still don't like Eggos.
Someone at work recently bought a restored Citroen 2CV. Three lug nuts. With the odd shape of the car and weird suspension geometry (apparently they lean the wrong way when you go around a corner)... it's a bit of a nonsense car. I guess three lug nuts is the absolute minimum you'd need to mount a wheel on a car cranked by a 20HP motor..
Oh yeah... the original questions was...
200 or 250 cubes?... mine is a 200 cube six and the mileage is pretty good, so if my engine is 1/2" shorter and 50lbs lighter than a 250 is there much difference in power to weight for the car? Any difference at all? Does it matter? Do I get 1 MPG better? If I get the other car next week with a Vee-8 in it will I forget about the six entirely?
I dont care for eggos either. Like I said: tiny improvement from a 250.Not worth writing home about.the V-8 wont work as hard to push the car as a 6 popper does.Less work means more efficiency...
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