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Rob Peters

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Rob Peters last won the day on November 25

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About Rob Peters

  • Birthday 08/23/1950

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    Pittsburgh, Pa. USA
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    First Generation Monte Carlo's and Model A Fords/Photography
  • Legal Name
    Rob Peters
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    Retired Senior Field Engineer Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics

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  1. Good catch there Tom. You are right, the parking brake switch looks very much like that BUT the Parking Brake switch only has one connector. rob
  2. BTW, that is a switch from a 70 Chevelle but it should be the same. rob
  3. You guys need to arrive on Wednesday, one additional evening of bench racing and Thursday activities. rob
  4. There has been some interest recently from members wanting to get their Air Conditioning functional. I received an email from Old Air Products offering a limited time sale. Here is the information The sale is for Free Shipping which can be considerable when the size and weight of the Air Conditioning products. rob websales@oldairproducts.com Happy Thanksgiving from Old Air Products! To show our appreciation we are offering FREE SHIPPING on web site orders over $100 through Cyber-Monday November 30. *Available for retail customers in the Continental US 48 states only.
  5. I am in the planning stages of an early Thursday member activity. If all plans work out we will leave the hotel at 9:00AM and caravan to York Springs, Pa and tour the Eastern Museum Of Auto Racing. This museum covers almost all form of racing vehicles. Here is a link to their website: https://emmr.org/ If you go to the museum website, you will see they are closed on Thursday along with many other days but they are willing to open for our group. They will be willing to provide guided tours or you will be able to do a self tour. From what I am told, by them, the guided tour takes about an hour. I just looked at their website and easily spent about 30 minutes looking at the many pictures they have on their website. I feel this will be a great activity for our group (unfortunately I did not see any pictures of Monte Carlo's on their site). I think it is great they are willing to open up for our group to do a private tour. Regarding the cost, it is very reasonable. They do not charge for admission into the museum or grounds. They do however accept donations from those who attend and I would hope our members would be willing to make a per person donation because it is these donations that keep this museum in operation. I will be sending out an email, in the future, to get an idea of how many people would be interested in doing this activity. rob
  6. Go for it Steve, it will give us something to talk about behind your back at the the Eastern Meet in Carlisle in June. rob
  7. Thanksgiving traditions in our household. Thanksgiving Parade of course, that is a given. At noon every year WDVE, a local FM Radio Rock Station, plays the full "Alice's Restaurant" song. For those of you that are too young to know, Alice's Restaurant was a movie and song by Arlo Gutherie. Arlo was in the movie and the reason they play this song every thanksgiving day is the movie basically takes place at Thanksgiving. It is not what I would call a great movie by today's standards but for those of us who were in their late teens to twenty's when the movie was released, it is sort of a cult classic. Later in the day we will break out the VCR tape and watch "Planes, Trains and Automobiles. It is a great Thanksgiving movie staring Steve Martin and John Candy and a movie that I will never tire of. Oh, wait, I forgot.... we will say Grace, give thanks and eat turkey, stuffing and all the trimmings. rob
  8. I am in the planning stages of an early Thursday member activity. If all plans work out we will leave the hotel at 9:00AM and caravan to York Springs, Pa and tour the Eastern Museum Of Auto Racing. This museum covers almost all form of racing vehicles. Here is a link to their website: https://emmr.org/ If you go to the museum website, you will see they are closed on Thursday along with many other days but they are willing to open for our group. They will be willing to provide guided tours or you will be able to do a self tour. From what I am told, by them, the guided tour takes about an hour. I just looked at their website and easily spent about 30 minutes looking at the many pictures they have on their website. I feel this will be a great activity for our group (unfortunately I did not see any pictures of Monte Carlo's on their site). I think it is great they are willing to open up for our group to do a private tour. Regarding the cost, it is very reasonable. They do not charge for admission into the museum or grounds. They do however accept donations from those who attend and I would hope our members would be willing to make a per person donation because it is these donations that keep this museum in operation. I will be sending out an email, in the future, to get an idea of how many people would be interested in doing this activity. rob
  9. Happy Thanksgiving to you all. Enjoy your turkey and all of the side dishes and of course the pies. rob
  10. That is great Paul, I am sure some of us here will try to follow the progress of that ship along with you. I am sure you are excited. I wonder, once it docks in Norfolk I wonder how long it will sit before it sets out across the Atlantic. By the way, I am glad to hear the rally trim ring I shipped to you arrived undamaged. rob
  11. Hopefully Bruce Stange will chime in, his Monte has this option and I think he has rebuilt his. rob
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