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paul 74 paul 74 is offline

Ontario, Canada

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  1. paul 74
    01-09-2014 08:29 PM
    paul 74
    It was just a bad moment in a bad day. I appreciated what you did! To be quite frank I would not ask the C3 General area about financial matters. I re-posted in the O/T section where there are some very strange people but also some very knowledgeable people. In any case, a belated Happy New Year!
  2. Vettebuyer6369
    01-09-2014 08:23 PM
    I was actually thinking of asking you about it, but sometimes the guys like to talk with their friends in the forum they are comfortable in...
  3. Vettebuyer6369
    10-23-2012 11:01 PM
    Hi Paul-

    I wish I could take credit for helping your friend, but I did not receive any requests from him today, nor did I change his screen name! I'll take the credit anyway, though!

    Steve G
  4. adam76texas
    10-08-2012 11:49 PM
    Hi Paul, I ran across your post about installing the Ken Harrison head unit in your Vette and have a question for you. I installed the same stereo in my 76 a few years ago and now I'm ready to add an amplifier. Do you by chance still have the wiring diagram for the KH300? I've got every receipt, box, you name it for parts I've installed over the years but the manual for the stereo is nowhere to be found. (At this point I wouldn't be surprised if I found it behind my dash!)

    If not, no worries and thanks for your time,
  5. Vettebuyer6369
    02-16-2012 06:28 PM
    The Forum is sort of a brainless escape mechanism for me... maybe I'll look at it differently after I retire next year. There are times when I feel like I am doing some good in helping people out that are confused, closing worthless threads or moving them to where they belong, and sticking up for people that I think are getting picked on. That bothers me the most.

    After many years as a player, reff'ing seemed like a natural transition to stay on the ice. As you say, the parents' attitudes are absolutely breathtaking. People who seemed so normal and logical, when their kids get involved; wow. I've been physically attacked on and off the ice and accosted in a restaurant during a lunch hour. I've worked little kids games through Jr A and college, but there are challenges at every level.

    I still play with the Bricklin, but I would sell it for a normal market price. I have a habit of buying and selling just because I like it. I had a chance to sell the '69 soon after finishing it to a Forum member for what I had in it... it was way too much $ and I should have, but I didnt. Wasnt ready. I suppose I'd sell that now too if the number was right. Everything's for sale. Did you see the triple black one for sale on the Forum?

    I still like your '74 and the NOM doesnt hurt my feelings any. I might switch to Cragar S/S wheels, though... I'm still looking for a car to put them on. Take care...
  6. Vettebuyer6369
    02-16-2012 05:32 PM
    Thanks Paul, yeah, I'll have to take a breath in responding sometimes instead of the occasional shoot from the hip response. I'll have to respect what the forum looks like as a representative. I guess my experience as a hockey referee will come in handy! Steve G
  7. tropicaltim
    08-17-2011 02:50 PM
    Hey Paul, are you still around, I found you on corvette forurms, and have a broken armpull on my 81 vette and was looking at the "repair kit" (sleave and 2 screws) and wanted to know what your suggestion is. The pull has broken away from the door, breaking the plastic part the screw threads into to hold it to the door..hope you get this. Thanks, Tim
  8. sakins.02vert
    09-11-2010 12:10 AM
    HI Paul, What kind of wheels and tires do you have? They are sweet!!!
  9. retrodude
    01-06-2010 11:48 PM
    Paul, do you have any side shots showing your Centerlines? I believe they stick out just a little more than original.
    Thanks, Allen
  10. Bobz08C6
    11-16-2008 02:18 PM
    Thanks for taking the time to post this pix. Just what I was looking for. I have a '73 Cpe. but the shoulder belts are retracted and not passed through the seat back. It looks like I have to take the web off the retractor and feed it through the seat front to back and then rewind it on the retractor. I t won't fit through the opening back to front.

    Do you have a pic of the belt attached to the seat back?

    Also do you know if the attachment points for the retractor are the same for the vert and the cpe?

    Thanks again.

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  • About paul 74
    Doing what I want and when - retired
    Year & Model
    1974 Roadster
    Medium Red
    Basically stock.
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    Ontario, Canada


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