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Jim Yergin

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Jim Yergin last won the day on August 4 2013

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About Jim Yergin

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    Zen Master, I breathe vintage mopar!
  • Birthday 04/08/1954

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    Male
  • Location
    Warrenton, Virginia
  • My Project Cars
    1956 Ford Thunderbird

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    Warrenton, Virginia 1941 P12 woodie wagon
  • Interests
    Old cars

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    Attorney

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  1. Keith, I really like and enjoy your posts and videos. Thank you for taking the time to do them. However, I have to ask, does Canada use a different calendar? Here in the U.S. Sunday was November 1 not November 2. Just giving you a hard time. Jim Yergin
  2. Mopar-Boy, it was a long time ago but I think the 230 came out of a Dodge Power Wagon. It had a flywheel but I do not know if the crank flange was thinner than on a FD motor. Jim Yergin
  3. You have certainly come a long way. Looks terrific. Jim Yergin
  4. Very nice. Looks great. Jim Yergin
  5. That is very nice and impressive work. Jim Yergin
  6. Looks good. Do you have a projected completion date? Jim Yergin
  7. Looking good. It is going to be a beautiful car. Jim Yergin
  8. I enjoy your posts very much. Thank you for taking the time to make them. Jim Yergin
  9. Many years ago I built my own pressure blaster using plans from Skinned Knuckles magazine. With today's prices for new units it probably doesn't make sense to construct your own but it has been very useful over the years. Works well with my 5hp single stage compressor. I found the secret to be to spread the sand out in the sun to get it completely dry and then sifting it through a piece of window screen. I don't use it as much these days after my neighbor gave me a blasting cabinet that he fished out of a dumpster behind a Tractor Supply store (it had been dented and thrown away).
  10. Wow, you've come a long way. Looks good. Jim Yergin
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