[tcb] Re: Hello? Chuck
- From: Dan Martin <danandkatrinamartin@xxxxxxx>
- To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2006 12:45:26 -0600
Yes that is the car that was at Denis'
It goes 1000 MPH!
Has 1 Million (I got confused with all those zeros) horsepower!
It gets over 100 Miles per gallon!
And can drive itself!
It actually HAS to drive itself because the "driver" is nearly always in a hypnotic trance watching the display on the dash.
It is a awesome car, even if it is a little troubled. As noted by it continued attempts to kill itself.
It is beginning to suffer with Old Jogger Syndrome, now that its heart and lungs are is such great condition its legs are starting to fail.
But it will carry a HUGE amount of FIREWORKS!
On Feb 3, 2006, at 12:10 PM, Brian Denning wrote:
was that the same sirocco that was at psycobilly 2? that thing was badass.
From: "Denis Dodson" <coocoo@xxxxxxx> Reply-To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To: <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: [tcb] Re: Hello? Chuck Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2006 12:06:14 -0600
You have had the rattlecan blister under the real paint, right? Tell us your story.
This is my Brother-in-Law, Chuck for those who don't know him he's OK. He was a service writer for Volkswagen dealerships for about 75 years. He literally has forgotten more about VWs than I will ever learn. He can figure out anything about modified engines but is an expert on stock, pure vintage engines and VW cars in general.
He has a "79 (I think) Sirocco that he bought new, total wrecked twice, that he has installed an intercooled turbo and a megasquirt in. I don't know what that means, but he can change his fuel and air mix from his laptop while he's driving, or something like it. It may have lips under the dash for all I know. He is having transmission problems now.
He built an engine rack in his shop that has a radiator and exhaust system. I told him that be would be easier to put wheels on that than to put the engine in the car.
He also recently got a pacemaker so everyone should bring a remote to Psycobilly and we can point them at him and the first person that can make him flap his arms will win a prize.
----- Original Message -----
From: Chuck Blue
Sent: Friday, February 03, 2006 9:38 AM
Subject: @WL [tcb] Re: Hello?
Don't put real paint over rattle can paint.ask me how I know. ----- Original Message ----- From: Denis Dodson To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Friday, February 03, 2006 8:15 AM Subject: [tcb] Hello?
I got up this morning, got my coffee and checked my E- mail...nothing.
I cannot remember the last time I got no mail overnight.
For the bus interior touch ups, what is the best rattlecan paint? I have been told Duplicolor, but Krtlon is supposed to be better over small, cleaned up rust parts. And then, if I do decide to get out the little HVLP gun, can I put real car paint over earlier rattlecan?
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- [tcb] Re: Hello? Chuck
- From: Brian Denning
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