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Re: purchase on line
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Ricky Dillinger
I agree. Call the seller. Talk to them and get a feel for the situation. I just got scammed on a puppy for my wife. And it cost me a lot of money. I bought a puppy that I now believe never existed. It was all just a scam.

They're out there folks. And they'll take your money.

Posted on: 4/26 4:18
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Wheel Interchangeability 1950Club Sedan
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Ricky Dillinger
I want to put some spider caps on my car. For the purists. Don't worry. I can go right back to stock with just a lug wrench.

But what else will bolt up? All I see is Chevy etc. Will that fit? I don't want to buy a dead horse. I have enough junk in my garage right now.I don't need more junk sitting around that I can't use. Thanks. Ricky D.

Posted on: 4/18 1:00
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Re: "Ask the Man" License Frame WTB
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Ricky Dillinger
Still looking.

Do I hear crickets?

Posted on: 4/18 0:46
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Re: Photo: My Grandfather with James Nance & the Predictor
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Innovations come from the prototypes. It's basically a test market. Some ideas work and some don't. But the manufacturers do get ideas from feedback from the public.

The one case that I can think of that test marketing really didn't work was the Edsel. It was heavily test marketed. We all know how that worked out. It could be blamed on the 1958 recession, and Ford did sell quite a lot of them. My dad had one. But that was because it was cheap and so was he. My mother hated it so he sold it and bought a Falcon.

I hope this picture posts. The grille looks very reminiscent of a GTO.

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Posted on: 4/18 0:38
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Re: Addressing the members
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Ricky Dillinger
I don't find it offensive. But I've been married 3 times. Trust me. I've been called a lot worse.

People get offended too easily. Call me whatever you want. Just don't call me late for dinner.

I'm a Comedian so I catch some heat for things I say sometimes. I ignore it. You can't please everyone.

Posted on: 4/16 10:17
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Re: Eva Peron parade Packard
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Ricky Dillinger
I liked it better before as well. That new building is freakish. Even if the car is not on display. It may still be down in the basement. There are a whole lot of extremely nice cars down there.

Posted on: 4/10 13:00
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Re: Photo: My Grandfather with James Nance & the Predictor
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Ricky Dillinger
Great photos. Cool history. I can't say the Predictor is the most attractive Packard I've ever seen. But most prototypes were, and are generally a little extreme.

Posted on: 4/10 12:51
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Re: "Ask the Man" License Frame WTB
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Ricky Dillinger
Thank you for the frame David. My wife got a kick out of the pink envelope. Nice touch. It's much appreciated.

Posted on: 4/6 16:41
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Re: Avatar
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Ricky Dillinger
Yeah. The Ace of Spades wouldn't be my first choice.
But it worked. So that's what it is.

Posted on: 4/5 12:50
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Re: Easter!
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Ricky Dillinger
Happy Easter everyone.

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Posted on: 3/31 23:44
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