That 88 looks sweet but not sure what I'd do with it. No place to store it, it doesn't have original engine, probably couldn't even keep up with my Accord.
Probably a scam, but https://tulsa.craigslist.org/cto/d/1988-chevy-iroc-camaro305/6748368275.html Wow, look at this old LT1 car. Amazing shape https://tulsa.craigslist.org/ctd/d/1995-chevrolet-camaro-call/6746980897.html
Decided on the portable size looking one. It has the same motor, just a shorter hose (20ft versus 25) and is on sale. It'll fit on a shelf easily.
Thinking about getting these. I have escaped Tulsa, but my wife still works there and has to drive a lot of roads that will probably be covered in brine tomorrow. So, thinking of these. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-11-in-Pressure-Washer-Water-Broom-RY31211/300701617 https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-1-700-PSI-1-2-GPM-Electric-Pressure-Washer-RY14122/203800590 Mix in some detergent and have a unsalted undercarriage in under 5 min. I was thinking $200 for something I might use a time or two a year......but more tools is always better than less. Read a Washington Post article that says how brine becomes more active in higher temps, so if you park your brined car in the garage where it's 40-50 degrees, it's working many times faster than if you leave it outside. It's the curse that keeps on cursing.
We know it has a tad less torque, but it's lighter and has a transmission that is similar in shifting speed. It's faster yes, on the cars(barely, so far the 2019 SS it's only shown to be .1 second than the 8 speed)but is different programming due to trucks. But a bit less peak torque shouldn't be .3 slower with less weight. It has to be the powerband, or in some software, I'd to see a power grapha side by side with the the older 6.2, but it may come down to stability or torque management being more aggressive, although the engine programming may be laid back a bit to get better CAFE numbers. All the software side of things will come to light after tuners figure it out
: lol: Good news for you, this police department is nowhere near either. Although there was an incident a few years ago where an off duty OKC PD officer got in a fight at a strip club, lost, and retaliated with a drive by shooting. Yeah, that was interesting story to follow.
Imagine you are at an intersection, and making a legal left turn. Blinker on, no oncoming traffic, doing it as you should. Now halfway into your turn you get hit from behind. Now Imagine the police show up, and tell you YOU are at fault, because you didn't yield to the driver BEHIND YOU, who even drove onto the wrong side of the road because they were trying to pass the turning vehicle. That happened to a coworker. The cop then sites a law that says you must yield to oncoming traffic.(the law specifically says to yield to traffic from the opposite direction, which, "duh"). Cop thinks the same direction and opposite direction are the same thing. Yikes.
https://tulsa.craigslist.org/cto/d/pair-of-2002-camaro-ss/6726949904.html So, he's saying it's undriveable. Never titled and probably never moved since the 30 day tag expired. Besides asking a comical amount(one in similar condition that was titled sold a few years ago at an auction around here for a quarter of that)
Love my little Kobalt air pump. Kobalt Air pump at Lowes Just aired up 18 tires. All three cars, two spares, and a set of snow tires, my three year old cars were 35 psi low on the spares. Stupid donuts, it takes a while to air them up but it was only warm after all of that. Tire shine on all 12 tires that are on the cars, the bottle I have now is close to 8 years old, went overboard on a b1g1 a long time ago. Cleaned some crap out of my tool box. Don't think I'll use the extra 10mm plug wires left over from the custom kit I had to make for my firebird found an old soldering iron, and fixed my old battery charger I thought was busted, buttons and circuit board were just dislocated from a drop.
SnakeEyeSS replied to AJMBLAZER's topic in Off-TopicTry Hudiburg in Oklahoma City area. I bought my Camaro from them, and I just checked and some of their stuff is thousands cheaper from either Laura. Like an Acadia Denali is 42k at Laura in IL, but 39 at Hudiburg in OKC. Might have been different options but work a look. They were easy to deal with, and stopped asking about extras the first time I said no(now THAT is RARE in my experience)
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