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I'm back. AKA Frogman 7 months 3 weeks ago #141775

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I had to register on my wives Gmail.
Retired from SWA so I don't have to work on the 737 Max.
Current project is a Texas Made 1965 Impala. Working on the new floor and seats. Next thing to do is replace shift and throttle cables.
Thinking of replacing the 35 Gale with a 75 Mac. Speaking of same, does anyone know of a source for the timing belt for the Mac?
Very sorry to hear that Ron has passed.
Well that's all for now, will be watching for new projects.

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I'm back. AKA Frogman 7 months 3 weeks ago #141778

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I do have the shift and throttle cables that would fit the Gale. Also a controller if you're interested.
Don't understand what Mac is.
If you need a timing belt go to marineengine.com
We all love pictures of your project. Helps us understand what you need and are doing.

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I'm back. AKA Frogman 7 months 3 weeks ago #141782

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Sorry about the confusion, I was trying to type with the laptop on the couch. The Mac is a 75 hp McCullogh /Scott
Atwater long shaft that I got at the Wichita Falls Texas estate auction a few years back.
Thank you for the info on the cables and the belt, but I haven't made up my mind on engine type yet.
How do you get pictures off of the I phone and on the website?
In some of my previous posts As Frogman there are pictures of the red and white Texas Made Impala. They were
posted some time after 2005.

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I'm back. AKA Frogman 7 months 3 weeks ago #141783

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Can't help with the picture transfer. All I have is an antique LG dumb phone. I just take the 2gig chip out and download to my antique HP laptop that weighs about 10# and came with Vista. Battery will last about 2 minutes so I have to keep it plugged in. Burns my legs it gets so hot but it is old reliable.
Try this site.
tunesgo.wondershare.net/ad/ios/photo.html?msclkid=6664fe6f22e2109aeebca0552f8e6a4a&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=drfone-TG_Search_US_Pid(1295)_&utm_term=download%20pictures%20from%20iphone.&utm_content=iphone%20photo%20dl

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I'm back. AKA Frogman 7 months 3 weeks ago #141785

Hey welcome back!

Bob
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I'm back. AKA Frogman 7 months 1 week ago #141832

I have a lot of stuff for the Scotts. Control boxes, cables, tachometers, props, etc
PM me This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you want.
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