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Re: Goose #4 in Ridgway, not currently in Telluride?

June 05, 2008 12:14AM avatar
Phil, I'll see your .02 cents and raise you three!

What in the name of Otto Mears does the Air Force Museum have to do with a Galloping Goose? We're not talking about flying at 10,000 feet here, ol' bud. And there's something about disabling war machines that doesn't even relate, even stretching the "Defense Supplies Corporation" ownership from WWII. spinning smiley sticking its tongue out

It still makes no sense to spend time and money to put a new wrapper on it and still have nothing to smoke. An internal combustion power train restoration is not like having to rebuild a boiler. You don't need a "Form 4" to get 6 GMC pistons to go up and down. The crash box from the Pierce-Arrow is probably still intact with only lubrication required and differentials are a dime a dozen.

Dead in the park is still dead in the park and restored doesn't mean restored unless it runs.

My nickle. tongue sticking out smiley
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