[Spridgets] When does it become restored?
bighealey at charter.net
Wed Sep 17 05:42:36 MDT 2008
Jim I agree with your "do not feed this thread comment" but could not help
myself......see my other post. I fed the monster. wheeeeeee
Tracy Drummond Gang Warily !
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Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2008 9:30 PM
To: Bill L
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Subject: Re: [Spridgets] When does it become restored?
Geez, Bill! Now you've gone and done it! You've opened Pandora's box! We
went through this routine on my antique motorcycle list 2 years ago and it
took MONTHS and thousands of emails to realize there are as many definitions
of "restored" as there are people doing "restorations".... I'm stayin'
outta this one!!
On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 11:18 PM, Bill L <pythias at pacifier.com> wrote:
> the talk about slowly replacing a car, part by part until it
> no longer has ANY parts original brings up and intesting
> When is a car considered restored?
> when it gets repainted?.. body AND paint?
> the engine rebuilt? .. engine and tranny?
> the interior redone?.. or does doing ANY one of these
> constitute a "restoration"?...
> or does a car have to be ALL original? ..
> Or is replacing regular maintanance items? shocks, tires,
> points, brakes? coil? valves? whole head?
> is there a consensus on this?
> Best regards,
> Bill L. mailto:pythias at pacifier.com
> '66 Sprite MKIII HAN8L49403 "the red thing"
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