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Old 30th April 2005, 07:09 PM   #51
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Nice to here you have the Mustang out! I pull mine out tomorrow. I need to do the water pump before I can drive it (Original 19 year old pump) ! I just put new rims and tires on the wifeís Vette, looks real good! I told you about those gears, they make the car come alive, itís much more fun to driveÖ Say good bye to your rear tires!!!!!!!!

Iím looking for 03 Lincoln LS because they made a lot of upgrades that year, mainly more horse power (280 compared to 252) 0-60 in 6.4 Sec ľ in 14.9, Not bad for a family car!!

I still didnít finish my 4 channel amp yet, Iím running out of money!!! I was supposed to buy the parts this winter, but I bought a Ski-Doo MXZ 700 instead!!

Sounds like you got quite a collection of audio gear! Your father must have been happy to here that old tube againÖ. And that turn table sounds like a sweet thing.
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Old 30th April 2005, 11:03 PM   #52
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Sounds like you got quite a collection of audio gear! Your father must have been happy to here that old tube againÖ. And that turn table sounds like a sweet thing.
It was fun to play that old amp and some familiar tunes that Dad used to play from when my brothers and I were growing up. A real trip down nostalgia lane

I sold the Antique Sound Lab amplifier I had on Ebay a month or so, but I may buy an Golden Tube SE-40 (40W SE class-A) amplifier from a friend of mine (he has three) once I scrape some cash together. The amp needs a little work but I don't think I've ever heard a better amp once modified with a few choice parts. But then again one of those 5.0 BBK intake manifolds is rather tempting too. I may not have a Ski-Doo but I do I know what is is to be torn between to loves!

P.S. Hey Adam...if your still alive drop us a line!
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Old 1st July 2005, 08:05 PM   #53
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I may buy an Golden Tube SE-40 (40W SE class-A) amplifier from a friend of mine (he has three) once I scrape some cash together.
Hey Pat, good news! I did buy the Golden Tube Audio SE-40 from my buddy! I have already bought all new parts for a major rebuild, the only original parts I will leave on the board is the fuse holder and a few resistors. I will also add a bias mod of my own design to allow for a little more range of adjustment.

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p.s. How's the search for an LS going?
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Old 24th July 2005, 10:35 PM   #54
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Hi Gaucho,

How is your golden tube SE-40 going I would like to see some photos of it if you can? I put the LS on hold because I bought new wheels for the vette and right after that I blow the clutch !! There goes $6,000 for tires rims and clutch!!!!!!! Itís not like the Mustang thatís for sure!!
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Old 27th July 2005, 06:27 AM   #55
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Hi Pat, Wow that vette sounds like an expensive affair! The SE-40 had its rebuild and I've really been enjoying it for the last couple of weeks, the sound is amazing! My little bias mod works really nice too. I'll take some pictures of it and try to get 'em posted for you. Take care.
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