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TAZMNDVL - Build - 350 QB - 6sp - chop ... and more by DrCPU
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Hey - you got top of page 11!

All moved in to the new place and getting closer to finishing the stairs in oak etc. All the finicky small cuts are taking a lot more time than I thought possible. ALso ripped out the laminate flooring and will need to do more, like tiles in the powder room and kitchen. Didn't plan of that - but once you get started there seems to no end to redoing things that just don't look right. tehee - At least I can do all the work myself.

The TAZ is almost read for bed for the winter - thought the weather has been pretty good here up north! If we get some sun this weekend I'll likely take her out for a good run. I'll post a pic once I get her ready for the cold nap! Might even get some project work doen this winter!!

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If we get some sun this weekend I'll likely take her out for a good run. I'll post a pic once I get her ready for the cold nap! Might even get some project work doen this winter!!

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Welll - uhmmmm, I plugged in the tenderiser for the battery - but I don't know if that qualifies as an update. LOL

I did get three days of driving during the weather break and am jealous of everyone of you who do not have to deal with snow and can drive their project cars 12 months out of the year....

Still thinking about the dash. Have a new air horn to install and a toggle switch so that the rear hatch light stays off when open (at my discretion)...

Still knee deep in house renos, but the light is perceptable at the end of the tunnel.

Merry Xmas to all!

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2010 bump


Not much going on - watching Barrett Jackson. Did notice the 84 pace car went preety cheap! 9650 includes buyers premium!! Wonder if it went to one of us?

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2010 bump


Nearly 5-months and no updates. What tha???

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All is well. Driving the TAZ on the weekends to my trailer etc. I've been too preoccupied with reno work on my 30yr old new townhouse LOL and with taking care of my father (ALZ) to do any new mods to the car. I have a few small projects listed - air horns etc and hope to get them done in the next month. Ohh yeah - getting a new addition to the familly by the end of the month - 7 week old cane corso - so any promises I make don't count!! teheee

My Archie Chop top driver and passenger windows were broken by UPS in transit. Still waiting to get them redelivered. waaaaaaaa!

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My Archie Chop top driver and passenger windows were broken by UPS in transit. Still waiting to get them redelivered. waaaaaaaa!



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What tha.....!


You got that right - What tha *&^%$)!!

Was ready to the new windows in and UPS decided to break the window(s) before delivering them. Thanks goodness they did not just leave them at the door. Archie will ship another set once UPS settles with him. No idea where it was broken in shipment - could have been by local driver or anywhere from after it left Archies... Waaaaaaaaaa! I keel U!!

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You got that right - What tha *&^%$)!!

Was ready to the new windows in and UPS decided to break the window(s) before delivering them. Thanks goodness they did not just leave them at the door. Archie will ship another set once UPS settles with him. No idea where it was broken in shipment - could have been by local driver or anywhere from after it left Archies... Waaaaaaaaaa! I keel U!!



Dave, you have EMail.

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Was ready to the new windows in and UPS decided to break the window(s) before delivering them. Thanks goodness they did not just leave them at the door. Archie will ship another set once UPS settles with him. No idea where it was broken in shipment - could have been by local driver or anywhere from after it left Archies... Waaaaaaaaaa! I keel U!!

Archie’s shipping crate was top notch so UPS had to really work hard to do that kind of damage.

My babies all snuggled up and waiting for a ride



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Thanks Archie!

UPS mustha used the crate for bomb practice, or to see how many times the crate could drop and bounce before they heard a crash and lots of snickering.

Like I said, I've been sooooo freeeekin busy, they would have stayed in the garage (impatiently). With the new pup coming by the end of the month (Ginger still has no clue) I'll be taking a couple of weeks off and will have time to do the windows, air horn and other bits and pieces!

No harm, no foul, as long as you do not lose out. I say they were worth $1 Billion dollars in case of damage!

Sock it 2'em!

Dave

PS The pup will be twice Ginger's size at 8 weeks. Should be a hoot!

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Like I said, they would have stayed in the garage (impatiently). With the new pup coming by the end of the month (Ginger still has no clue). PS The pup will be twice Ginger's size at 8 weeks. Should be a hoot!




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I'd misplaced that animated GIF I made, and knew you'd post it if I baited you! LOL Thanks MadCurl!

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Thanks MadCurl!



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FedEx next time

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FedEx next time


Best way to get something to Canada, unbroken and untaxed - USPS and good old Canada Post! It's true!!

This the breakdown of a shipment via UPS, Fedex or other courier.

Cost of product $100
Cost of shipping $100
Brokerage fee $99
Extra taxes $199
Extra charge because package was "heavy" $100
Cost ot go pick it up at Courier as they only deliver 9-4pm Monday to Friday $50
Inconvenience of returning damaged product, getting brokerage fees reversed and doing it all over again (elapsed time 1+months) etc $1000
Total Cost = $1,648.00

vs

Cost of Product $100
Cost of shipping $4.95
Pick up at local mail box and delivered within 3 days $0.01
Total Cost = $104.96

Now up pick the preferred method!

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Me soo bad. Me not do anything this summer with mods.

I'm still spending a crazy amount of time on the townhouse and the new dog...

I promise to do something this winter!!

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Thanks Archie!

UPS mustha used the crate for bomb practice, or to see how many times the crate could drop and bounce before they heard a crash and lots of snickering.

Like I said, I've been sooooo freeeekin busy, they would have stayed in the garage (impatiently). With the new pup coming by the end of the month (Ginger still has no clue) I'll be taking a couple of weeks off and will have time to do the windows, air horn and other bits and pieces!

No harm, no foul, as long as you do not lose out. I say they were worth $1 Billion dollars in case of damage!

Sock it 2'em!

Dave

PS The pup will be twice Ginger's size at 8 weeks. Should be a hoot!



I work at UPS and let me tell ya, what you said about dropping the box to see if it bounces isn't that far from true! Don't worry, I didn't break your windows! The majority of my fellow employees treat packages right, but every so often there are the brainless idiots that whip S*** around and just don't care one bit. I assure you, NO MATTER WHAT BULL UPS TRIES TO TELL YOU, THEY KNOW EXACTLY WHO BROKE YOUR PACKAGE!!! Every time a package moves from one destination to another on one of it's several stops before your home, it gets scanned by an employee. In fact, any time the package changes hands within UPS, it gets scanned. Whenever a package is scanned, the person who scanned it is held accountable for the packages safety. When the next person scans it, it becomes their responsibility, and if they discover it to be broken, the previous employee is disciplined accordingly. If one employee receives enough damages, they can even be terminated! Now, understand that accidents do happen, and they don't always happen from carelessness. Buuut my money says that in YOUR case, it likely was dropped. Kinda hard to break something in a wooden crate otherwise!

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I promise to do something this winter!!

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I work at UPS and let me tell ya, what you said about dropping the box to see if it bounces isn't that far from true! Don't worry, I didn't break your windows! The majority of my fellow employees treat packages right, but every so often there are the brainless idiots that whip S*** around and just don't care one bit. I assure you, NO MATTER WHAT BULL UPS TRIES TO TELL YOU, THEY KNOW EXACTLY WHO BROKE YOUR PACKAGE!!! Every time a package moves from one destination to another on one of it's several stops before your home, it gets scanned by an employee. In fact, any time the package changes hands within UPS, it gets scanned. Whenever a package is scanned, the person who scanned it is held accountable for the packages safety. When the next person scans it, it becomes their responsibility, and if they discover it to be broken, the previous employee is disciplined accordingly. If one employee receives enough damages, they can even be terminated! Now, understand that accidents do happen, and they don't always happen from carelessness. Buuut my money says that in YOUR case, it likely was dropped. Kinda hard to break something in a wooden crate otherwise!




Since you work at UPS you know that a pkg has to be able to survive a fall from 4 feet onto concrete and not break because thats how high the belts are.

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Yeah, good memories, good times.

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Since you work at UPS you know that a pkg has to be able to survive a fall from 4 feet onto concrete and not break because thats how high the belts are.



Not the package in question. His package is what would be considered "bulk" and bulk packages (At my hub anyway) do almost NO riding on belts. They go from one area of the building (unload) to another (bulk sort) on a belt and that's it. And that belt is about 6" off of the ground at the start and maybe 2 1/2 Ft at the end. From there they are hand loaded on to tug carts and dealt with by hand from then on. I absolutely agree that they SHOULD have to survive certain falls, but to my knowledge, there are no such regulations. Perhaps that is a suggestion made by UPS to our customers, but if so, people certainly don't follow it. Instead of beefing up their packages, people seem to think that a few "Fragile" and "This end up" stickers take care of it. That is a joke. The belt system doesn't give a s*** what stickers you put on it, because those machines aren't going to read them. I'd say that 3/4's of the damaged boxes occur in transit on the belts, slides and diverters. My rule is, If you would hesitate to jump on your box, then it's not safe to ship it. When we stack packages into walls inside freight trailers, the packages on the bottom can easily be subjected to 500 lbs of weight on top of them. That's under normal circumstances! So if you wouldn't put your own weight on a package, why would you put 500 lbs on it? If an employee does their job correctly the way they are trained, the weight on your package is evenly distributed and it will be perfectly safe. But why chance it? It only takes one moron to destroy your package.

Anyway, sorry to hijack! No more from me! Back to the show!

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Oh my goodness! Fall bump.

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Fall back bump.

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Hey CPU, what's new ??

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Going through favorites and realized I haven't seen nor heard from Dr. CPU.

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Hey, does anyone know who owns the GT40 (0n pg 1) of this thread?

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Hey, does anyone know who owns the GT40 (0n pg 1) of this thread?



That was mine. Drove it for a couple of years & sold it several years ago.

Been building another one, but now someone has bought it & we're finishing it up for him.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F...000046-71.html#p2825

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Hey hey - how'z everybody??

I should be down in Philly the second week of May. Plan to drive the taz down.

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Hey hey - how'z everybody??

I should be down in Philly the second week of May. Plan to drive the taz down.


If your coming down in May are you going to come down in June for the 30th and see everybody. Just wondering, because it's going to be a long drive and would like to see you, it's been a while.

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Hey Dave & Bob, How are you all doing?

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Taz you still out there ??

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Taz you still out there ??


Still here, but life (tm) has been keeping me way to busy to do much more to the Taz....

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