1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby Panamerica » Fri Nov 10, 2017 1:17 am

Wow...!
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby oldschool1 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:31 pm

1984 Lincoln Continental Mark VII
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Stock trunk interior trim anchors.
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby Panamerica » Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:04 pm

Got a part number on that antenna, Old School? I was not so fortunate in that my 84 came with an aftermarket one.
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby oldschool1 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:40 pm

1984 Lincoln Continental Mark VII Power Antenna Assembly part number E4LY-18850-B.
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby Panamerica » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:47 pm

As always... THANKS!
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby Panamerica » Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:27 pm

Sorry but 40 years of reading and writing scripts for theatre and film have left me with a severe case of... Pinter Pause.
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby oldschool1 » Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:09 am

"The “Pinter pause” is typically found partway through a line of speech. It’s not a prolonged or pregnant pause of the kind that’s often used to draw attention to a particular moment. Rather, it’s a brief pause that’s used to reflect the natural rhythm of speech."

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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby Panamerica » Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:51 am

Very Good! But if we're going to discuss "Pinter Pauses" we need several hours... and more than a few Black and Tans!
Have a good one Old School!
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby Panamerica » Wed Nov 15, 2017 11:08 am

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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby oldschool1 » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:25 pm

I have yet to try using this brand of tools in my driveway. At over 90 proof, it is indeed at a higher octane rating than I'm accustomed to.
I may have to switch from a 40/60 ratio to a 30/70.
Your thoughts?
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby WHITEOXLSC » Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:14 pm

oldschool1 wrote:I have yet to try using this brand of tools in my driveway. At over 90 proof, it is indeed at a higher octane rating than I'm accustomed to.
I may have to switch from a 40/60 ratio to a 30/70.
Your thoughts?


30/70 While tinkering with the cars, 80/20 after everything is done, sounds about right :lol: :shock:
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby Panamerica » Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:35 pm

:lol:
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