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  1. jeff spahn
    07-03-2017 11:17 AM
    The dry ice blaster is great! I hope to get a guy out selling services soon. Got to clean up our equipment first though You would want to use a 3/4-1 " crushed limestone for a parking lot if you aren't going to pave with asphalt or concrete. If he is going over just grass to start you are going to need to put 6" down. This rock will get beat down into the dirt/grass and you'll have to add another inch or two next year. Something a bit more permanent would be asphalt millings if you can get them. Spread out and rolled they will tend to become a semi permanent surface in the heat. Texas heat would really activate those oils and get it to set up. Hope this helps.
  2. Own Goal
    07-31-2014 05:11 PM
    Of course not. Did just look over on ebay and some are just like $20-30 or so. Guess can throw on the turntable I've got that plugs into the PC and check out the quality. If that cheap I'll just keep. Thanks for input. Now, back to beating up Dan and Mark...
  3. Riad
    07-31-2014 02:12 PM
    Wow, those sound like a collector would be very interested in them. I don't know off the top of my head, but maybe I can dig around and see how you can get them appraised. Do you have the player by any chance??
  4. polecat702
    05-10-2014 10:34 PM
    " Serendipity!!"

    Sorta fell into oil & gas. Ran a rig tender in the Gulf for Zapata, Bush family interests. Knew Bush Sr. when he was involved with CIA, and latter as V.P.. I'm Navy Reserve Captain ret, and Merchant Marine. Did work for the firm after the Pueblo incident, chief engineer on a Tago ship, tracked the soviet boomers for a couple of years, all CIA stuff.

    Everything in oil & gas is about relationships. School, Tech, UT, A&M, classmates, who ya know, most importantly, honor & loyalty. When everything takes a ****, ya gotta man up and take a bite out of that **** sandwich too. I didn't go to the top 3 as far as collage for the industry, but I've made strategic alliances through out my career. I'm the fixit guy. Got friends all over the world, that I can call on when I need a favor.

    Education: Under grad work, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy BSME, MSME from Cal Tech, PhD, Environmental Science, Health & Safety, UNLV, U.S. Dept. of Labor OSHA, etc.
  5. racerxrick
    03-07-2014 05:30 PM
    sorry haven't been on the list as much lately...I like the 335i a lot, really fun to drive, front end pushes some when driven hard though by design to keep the public from pushing too hard. Great powerplants. Not real knowledgeable about reliability other than the 3 series in general is a good platform.

    You can always contact me direct [email protected]

  6. GARG
    11-16-2011 12:24 PM
    see link make a good spare parts car if its not too banged up.

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    '86 951 & 2009 911S
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    Jim to some of you....
    Truths....1). If you don't deal with your problems they will instead deal with you. 2). Unresolved problems are like the IRS, they accrue with penalties and interest. 3). Careful telling tales on here or mods will bestow you with titles!
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