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how about this, the great grand kid generation is now getting ready to fix up their great grandparents neglected old muscle cars!

January 3rd, 2018 by admin

from the “keeper” lot of his gran dad’s salvage yard, he picked out this 350-2V, with a TH350 trans Chevelle that his great-grandfather bought new.

That is proof of cool car guy genetics running true through 4 generations!

One great grand dad was the service manager at the Chevrolet dealership when my the kid’s other GGD (original owner) bought this car. Grand dad and keeper of the salvage yard was still in high school then, and worked after school at the dealership in the parts department.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1781269442089194/permalink/1997937120422424/

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how about this, the great grand kid generation is now getting ready to fix up their great grandparents neglected old muscle cars!

I bet you’ve forgotten, or never knew, how hippie campy cheesy 1970 advertising was! (turn down your speakers a bit) thanks Burkey!

January 3rd, 2018 by admin

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I bet you’ve forgotten, or never knew, how hippie campy cheesy 1970 advertising was! (turn down your speakers a bit) thanks Burkey!

A majority of the estimated 1,200 vehicles in the seven-storey car parking garage in Liverpool gutted by a fire on New Years Eve were destroyed, there was no fire suppression sprinkler system, ad budget cuts to the fire dept years ago meant few immediate response fire fighting trucks

January 3rd, 2018 by admin

No human nor animal was seriously injured in the blaze.

No sprinklers were fitted in the building, he said. “Had the car park had sprinklers, that would certainly have suppressed the fire and might even have extinguished the fire,” he said.

The mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, said fire service cuts had contributed to the devastation. “24 months ago we would have had 8 fire engines from 4 stations responding instead of 2″

Fire investigators believe the fire started shortly after 4.30pm on Sunday, when the engine compartment of a Range Rover Discovery on the second level went up in flames. “There is nothing to suggest it was anything other than an accidental ignition,” said Stephens.

Crews were first called at 4.42pm and were on the scene eight minutes later.

The fuel in the burning cars emitted such heat that firefighters did not have enough water to extinguish the blaze quickly using the water mains, he said.

This would be a good use for a drone camera to record the damage the day after

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jan/01/six-dogs-rescued-liverpool-multistorey-car-park-fire-horse-show
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-merseyside-42542556

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A majority of the estimated 1,200 vehicles in the seven-storey car parking garage in Liverpool gutted by a fire on New Years Eve were destroyed, there was no fire suppression sprinkler system, ad budget cuts to the fire dept years ago meant few immediate response fire fighting trucks