where for art thou, Doris?
only because dogs give a s***
and not buy so many single use, disposable packaging items. reuse that container, you bum
driving the 80 el camino today. it goes away as soon as they staret spreading the salt, though. my winter beater, a 78 buick regal, isnt quite done with the “freshening up, let’s say” of the rear frame sections. did floorpans last year. that crap they put on the roads is absolutely horrible on these old cruisers!!!
i remember a dude like that; he always sold the best weed…………
can’t get the smell thru a phone, though
my winter car is a 78 regal; i’m finishing up putting a left rear frame section in it now. i wanted to have it out before december but i’m hoping to be done by xmas at this point. my summer car is an 80 el camino & my wife & I have matching 86 Monte carlos. The camino goes away @ the first snowflake & my 88 GMC pickup picks up the slack. well versed in the art of floor pans & frame repair on these classics, i guess its a necessary skill if i want to continue to enjoy these cruisers
disposable blue gloves do a great job keeping the grime off in the first place. with all the solvents thqt’re needed to do a proper job, they are invaluable. and even using them in general shop or outdoor duties, they keep your skin from cracking in the winter. believe it or not, i use them while welding and it’s way better than bare skin in those tight spots. its like another layer of skin, but can be shedded & replaced. i might look weird picking up leaves with them but they’re more dextreous and less bulky than leather or cloth