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About Dennis_MN

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    Guru, have been a long time contributor

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    Monticello, Minnesota
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    All Gone now

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    keep out of my wifes way


  • Location
    Monticello, MN
  • Interests
    1949 Dodge B1B-108

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  1. Dennis_MN

    Calling All P15 D24 and Mopar Truck Alumni

    I was active on the truck forum since 2005 until I sold my truck in 2012. I didn't leave the forum however. When I was active on the truck forum, it was because we had questions about something we were working on and we were seeking information. I used to scan the car side because those guys drifted into a wide area of discussions mostly off topic. One of the re-designs provided a distinct off topic area so that the car guys could drift to their hearts content. So I scan through the discussions on a daily basis and find a load of trivia going on. Where else can one find a travel log or trip report in driving a model T through Alaska or a 50 Dodge Pickup from Waukesha, WI to Nashville. Just plain interesting but still car related. Dennis Sullivan
  2. You could say that you have an appealing truck.....
  3. Dennis_MN

    art of being a senior....

  4. Dennis_MN

    Interesting photos I have run across.

    Here is a photo of the 70's GMC motorhome with a Olds Toronado Drive train. Vintage but still popular.
  5. This is a repost of years ago to answer a question about his phone number...
  6. Dennis_MN

    Don Bunn Book Pictures

    Here is a picture of Don Bunn during one of the Mopar in the Park events in the Twin Cities
  7. Dennis_MN

    Don Bunn Book Pictures

    I posted a forsale notice and saw that pictures were forbidden so I thought I would add them here
  8. Dennis_MN

    Building a Garage...Input Appreciated

    I have to agree with the plumber, radiant heat in the floor from a small steam boiler, and rough in plumbing for a bathroom. You have no idea how handy a sink is to wash up before entering the house. There was a motorcycle shop in Door County Wisconsin that when I asked to use their bathroom they said I had two choices, go around the end of the building to pee or I could use the funnel and the hose in the corner. Crude but handy. You must not be old enough yet where you have a need to pee every half hour. Much handier if you don't need to leave the shop. A friend of mine also put in a shower so that he could really clean up when he was done working. Dennis
  9. Dennis_MN

    Cold cold, John Keats.

  10. Dennis_MN

    So this is what being fired feels like

    I hope that your drive across the city will be relaxing for you. I assume that you landed in Fridley. Dennis
  11. Dennis_MN

    How to keep the mice away?

    I used moth balls in alum pans, two in the cab floor, three on the seat, and three under the hood. I stuffed steel wool in the tail pipe pipe. never had a problem with the old dodge but I would swap my ford Ranger for it in the summer and I did the same program with that. But when I wouldn't run right, I discovered a mouse nest up the intake venting. The old Dodge didn't have that plumbing like the ranger.
  12. Dennis_MN

    Interesting photos I have run across.

    Attended a car show in Buffalo Minnesota this morning and spotted the best looking Woody Looks to me to be a 1940. I'd show the rear view but I reached my limit on Megs somehow.
  13. Dennis_MN

    10,000 Lakes Concours d'Elegance

    Well, your truck made the Channel 5 news at 5:30 PM, ok not the entire truck, but a very close up of the Rams head hood ornament and the Dodge Letters on the side of the hood, and the Red back ground for both shots. Hope you were awarded better for your efforts. Dennis
  14. Dennis_MN

    10,000 Lakes Concours d'Elegance

    I'd come to visit but they charge $25 per person for looking
  15. Dennis_MN

    Best work place pranks

    While I was in College, I worked one semester at the Local Sugar Beet processing plant. I worked on the second floor running a bank of 6 Centrificals for spinning out raw sugar creating molasses. There was a changing room / toilet just down the aisle from where I worked and I observed that people never pulled the door of the toilet to check if it was in use, they always looked under the door for feet. So I got the bright idea to take a spare pair of rubber boots and a pair of coveralls and place them in front of the stool with the legs of the coveralls draped over the boots. It was pretty fun to watch guys go in and out of the room because it looked busy. Then I told one of the maintanance guys that the toilet must be plugged up because guys never stayed there. They went in but came right back out. It was in use they said, they'd come back later. Someone called the foreman and he finally pulled open the door and laughed his head off. Then he called the superintendent and said there was some guy in the shitter that won't come out and he won't listen to me. The super said "by god he'll listen to me"! and he came down and pulled the door open then laughed. I guess they left that set-up for the next shift as well.

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