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    Posted by Jonathan on September 13th, 2003 (All posts by )


    6 Responses to “Photo”

    1. Lex Says:

      They kept it simple in those days.

    2. Jonathan Says:

      High maintenance, though. Notice the oil can on the left side of the engine compartment? Plenty of parts to lube and adjust regularly that nowadays go years without care. And I’ll bet those tires and spark plugs didn’t last long. They kept it simple back then only because it was the best they could do.

    3. Jacob Says:

      Congratulations for introducing works of Art into this political blog.

    4. Lex Says:

      Actually, Jacob, Jonathan has put several such works of art on the blog. Take a look at his photo albums over on the right margin of the blog. Much good stuff.

    5. Jeff Says:

      Nice one Jonathan. Nowadays you can’t even change the oil on some cars without upsetting the univeral balance of things = )

    6. John Anderson Says:

      Ah, a flat-head six. We had a fifties version of this (AMC Rambler) that started to use a lot of oil. After a while, took it to a garage: diagnosis – cracked block (you could see the crack as soon as you got under the car).

      We used it another six months…