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From: Mike Monett
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Subject: Re: NEED ADVICE: Vacuum tube grid current?
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Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 18:09:18 -0500
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Organization: Bell Sympatico
Jim Thompson wrote:
> I was lucky. My father-in-law-to-be ran a machine shop. He machined
> me the most beautiful heat sink you've ever seen ;-)
> He also planed the head on my '53 Hudson Jet after I warped it by
> over-heating the engine and blowing the head gasket. Made it pretty
> speedy... I could get 100MPH out of it ;-)
> ...Jim Thompson
I could only get about 90 or so in my Dad's '49 Ford Flathead, no matter
how much I tweaked the carb screws.
I saw one recently in Fry's parking lot in Santa Clara. Could not figure
out how my girlfriend and I could both fit in the back seat. Not sitting
up. Well, you know what I mean:)
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