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  1. gimpystoy
    Yesterday 08:13 PM - permalink
    Was you Dad in Military ?
  2. 22GT
    10-18-2014 08:19 PM - permalink
    Haven't seen that one. My brother's dream is to participate in a Bulge reenactment tour. Package is a one week full immersion, where they travel, eat, and sleep in combat gear in an armored column to relive Bastogne.

    Last August I was on the crew of an LCVP at Conneaut Ohio, landing troops on "Omaha Beach" to liberate France- er, Ohio from the nazis. That's a new one for me. I'm planning to go back next year, though.
  3. gimpystoy
    10-18-2014 07:58 PM - permalink
    Since you are a WWII buff have you seen this?
  4. gimpystoy
    10-18-2014 03:50 PM - permalink
    It must be fairly new stock. I bought in Aug.
  5. 22GT
    10-18-2014 03:46 PM - permalink
    It's interesting that the lens now has the plug, which most people need. That was not formerly available.
  6. gimpystoy
    10-18-2014 02:18 PM - permalink
    Dave: Problem solved. It was just a rubber plug w a split. Had to get another pair of eyes to see it.
  7. gimpystoy
    10-18-2014 01:36 PM - permalink
    Dave: my gauge panel replacement was going beautifully'
    But I hit a snag. The clock lens of the Scott Drake replacement set has a Phillips slotted plug in the stem hole .I cannot seem to be able to get it out. Have you seen this problem? Suggestions. I realize I can by a single lens from G/NMB.
    By the way: Much to my delight the gauge faces & needle are sharp & bright!
  8. gimpystoy
    10-17-2014 10:44 AM - permalink
    Dave: TY for the advice. liked the video. You are doing well.
  9. 22GT
    10-15-2014 10:54 PM - permalink
    Doing OK here. Got to play soldier at the Eisenhower farm event a couple weeks ago. Liberated New Oxford from the nazis.

    I'm in the large armored scout car that shows up with the Rangers at 5:00-

    Sadly, on the left side, so you can't quite see me shooting at the "Germans".

    Anyway, if the diffusers are not warped or burnt just clean them and put them back in. Cleaning the white background helps, too. Remember, though, the lights are intended to be the same brightness as the road ahead of you, which back in the day rarely had street lights. Today the fashion is to light the dash like a Christmas tree, which actually degrades your night vision. In my late-model Subaru, I have the dash lights at the lowest setting.
  10. gimpystoy
    10-15-2014 01:52 PM - permalink
    Since I'm getting ready to finally tackle the gauge panel refresh. I have new bulbs . So I was wondering about the need or necessity to replace diffusers.
    I sincerely hope you are doing well these days.

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    In the past I have worked as a Mustang restorer at Glazier/Nolan. I may do so again, in the future.
    Southeastern Pennsylvania
    High School Teacher
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    Amateur restorer. Well, sometimes I have been paid for it. But not right now.


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