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- Location: In front of this keyboard... in Jacksonville, Florida!
I have some tools and a few parts.
I have seen a roadster on occasion and can identify one out of a lineup of American cars from the 40's with little problem.
Best contact is e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let me know before you go on a trip and we can exchange current phone info.
I am just south of Jacksonville, Florida - now known as the furnace...
1995 F350 Powerstroke!
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Also have a shelf or three of spare parts--though they'll most likely have to be pried out of my cold dead fingers!
e-mail for more details if needed! email@example.com
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65 Impala Convertible
2017 C43 AMG
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I’ve only used it to lift my Lancia Beta so far, I like it. It’s sturdy and when locked off I can get under the car pretty well. I have the 5000xl or whatever it’s called. I’m concerned it might be too long for the roadster, but I can’t check yet as it won’t arrive until next Friday. I will let you know. The shorter ones just didn’t seem as flexible to me.AC77 wrote:How do you like your quickjack?QYKSLVR wrote:Panama City, FL. I have some tools, a quickjack to lift the car and am happy to help in anyway I can.