[Spridgets] [midgetsprite] Anyone care to host photos?
Wm. Severin Thompson
wsthompson at thicko.com
Thu Jan 10 05:47:32 MST 2008
Ibm not sure what the issue is. I wouldnbt expect 40+ year old carbs to
come back looking new when brebuiltb. They werenbt bremanufacturedb.
I think they look fine.
Ibve taken the bells and placed them in a tumbler I have that uses corn cob
media, and let them run for a few hoursb& they end up looking prettier
without looking polished like some sort of street tuner junk.
Do they work well?
From: midgetsprite at yahoogroups.com [mailto:midgetsprite at yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Brad Fornal
Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2008 5:06 AM
To: midgetsprite at yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [midgetsprite] Anyone care to host photos?
Charlie Shelden was kind enough to host these photos
Look at the screws for the bells and the bells themselves
All comments appreciated
On Jan 10, 2008 12:19 AM, Jim Johnson <bmwwxman at gmail.com
<mailto:bmwwxman%40gmail.com> > wrote:
Go get yourself a Flickr account at Yahoo and put them there. Easy and
Jim - 68 "Spridget" in Dodge City
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On 1/9/08, Brad Fornal < tequila.brad at gmail.com
<mailto:tequila.brad%40gmail.com> > wrote:
> I got the Curto carbs back today. They look clean, servicable, and I can
> tell more, once I get the engine going. If anyone is willing to host some
> photos, I'll send some, so that others can see what they look like before
> they lay out almost $400.
> For those building a "hot rod" engine, these carbs are NOT shiny and
> My opinion is, you spend that kind of money on an escort, not that I ever
> have, (shut the F up ED!!) she better be damn nice looking, not just
> and servicable".
> I was very insistent that the carbs look as close to factory as possible.
> Since I wasn't even born, when the Bugeye was in production, I was not old
> enough to have ever seen one on the showroom floor. Thus, I don't know if
> they were shiny when new, or not. Once these photos are posted, I would
> to hear from those list members, that DID buy new, to see if these look
> If you need carbs redone, just be aware, I send mine off October 21st, and
> they came back January 9th. Your milage may vary, as I did have two
> thrown into the rebuild process.
> If no one offers to host, I'll put them up on myspace. I know you have to
> start the free membership to view them there, and most of you don't want
> mess with that, that is why I am sending this out.
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