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  1. Return of Raceall

    The column shifter feels a little odd, so it could have to do with it. Off the top of my head, I don't remember where the neutral switch is. I can get the one for my new shifter, and hook it up in place, and I think that will cure the issue. I'm assuming you are speaking of LJ's 68 442. I had heard that he had picked it up from Rodney's.
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    Cam - tempting. I pulled the passenger side header off to mess with the starter. The solenoid won't do anything. I believe that, when Dad unhooked my B&M shifter and hooked the column shifter back up, he ended up with the trans in gear or something. So, I need to get the car up in the air, so I can get my fat self under it. LOL
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    I saw this one on a Nova Facebook group, of which I am a member. I was going to put Torq Thrusts on mine, and it's the same color mine was, so it gave me a good visual. I have actually messed around with mine a bit in the past couple of days.
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    So, I got motivated, this weekend.
  5. Random thought thread

    The other day, somebody told me that I was one of the old generation of "Behind the plant racers." I guess he's right, but at least I haven't stooped to having a "peppy" Corolla.
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    We'll be praying for you, bud.
  7. Random thought thread

    Big 10 - LIKE 2019 Camaro - NO LIKE
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    For me, I remember how fun it was when we built the car, the first time, in 93/94. 20 years after I tore it apart, after wrecking it, it and I have changed. LOL
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    Except for the sheetrock, I might feel more competent with the house than the car, at this point. Hahahaha
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    Oh, and the 5000lb bumpers.
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    Not a ton. I have to put the gas tank in, run fuel line, carburetor, radiator, gauges, shifter, driveshaft, exhaust, lights, fenders, grill, hood, trunk lid, wheels and tires. My plan was to have it moving under its own power, this week, while I was on vacation. Instead, I lost all motivation towards the car and mowed yards, instead. I think I got discouraged and frustrated because it' not as easy as it was 20 years ago, and I have forgotten a lot in 20 years. Plus, I would rather spend time playing with Mags and studying/working for the church, right now. I told Jess that I'm tempted to load up all my parts, put the car on the trailer, and give Lyndell (or you) a day's labor and say, "Get done what you can."
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    I appreciate the encouragement, guys! I really do!
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    I really think that I may give up on the Nova for a while, maybe a very long while. With a 50-55 hour/week "bill-paying" job, and being the pastor of a church, I just can't justify spending the time in the garage, and away from my wife and baby. Plus, I just don't have the motivation for it, anymore. I really want it on the road, and REALLY want to drive it, but when I only have about 2 hours per night, after work, I just don't have the desire to work on it, anymore. Time with the kiddo > busting knuckles.
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    That makes me feel better. I was concerned that you had sold it.
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    Have I missed something?