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Old 03-27-2012, 08:04 PM   #11
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Re: New Radiator '87 S-10 350 conversion

Sounds like you have most of the bugs worked out. If you sell it you'll have to go threw the de-bugging process all over again on your next ride unless you buy new ($$$$$$$$$). Keep it, don't budge a dime on the price if you do get an offer. I really like your little Blazer!!!
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Dang. Thanks, Mark!! Don't mean to make everything about my brain injury, but then again, it's pretty much my life. Anyway, the Blazer was a huge part of recovery for me. The rehab from spending time in the shop, failing, overcoming, compromising, pushing through, all happened with the Blazer. All of us have sentimental value in our rides, so that's what it is for me. If it doesn't sell, you won't hear me crying!!
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Old 03-27-2012, 08:23 PM   #13
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Dang. Thanks, Mark!! Don't mean to make everything about my brain injury, but then again, it's pretty much my life. Anyway, the Blazer was a huge part of recovery for me. The rehab from spending time in the shop, failing, overcoming, compromising, pushing through, all happened with the Blazer. All of us have sentimental value in our rides, so that's what it is for me. If it doesn't sell, you won't hear me crying!!
See, it's worth more than money to you now. Probably has a little of your blood on it too.
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Old 03-27-2012, 09:17 PM   #14
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I say..........KEEP IT!
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Old 03-27-2012, 10:46 PM   #15
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See, it's worth more than money to you now. Probably has a little of your blood on it too.
:ohyes: I kow mine have a lot of blood on them....
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See, it's worth more than money to you now. Probably has a little of your blood on it too.
That is so true! The cool thing is, you only know you're cut when you see blood on the tool or floor. The mind is focused, so the pain message goes unchecked.

No one mentioned this, probably to save my pride, but, there were the tears.., yep, Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
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Back a long time ago when I was building my first love, putting headers on laying underneath the car the extension and socket disengaged from the ratchet, fell straight down right between the eyes, I cried for an hour....
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Bet that left a mark...
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