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Thread: Mistake an ETC for a Lincoln?

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    Re: Mistake an ETC for a Lincoln?

    We know, and northstars suck and SRT8s run 12s stock...


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    Re: Mistake an ETC for a Lincoln?

    Quote Originally Posted by davesdeville
    We know, and northstars suck and SRT8s run 12s stock...
    And that has WHAT to do with this thread? J/A

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    Re: Mistake an ETC for a Lincoln?

    What does J/A mean now?

    I was pointing out how some people act the same way time and again.

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    Re: Mistake an ETC for a Lincoln?

    Quote Originally Posted by davesdeville
    I was pointing out how some people act the same way time and again.
    In what way Dave?

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    Re: Mistake an ETC for a Lincoln?

    Quote Originally Posted by davesdeville
    What does J/A mean now?

    I was pointing out how some people act the same way time and again.
    I'd be willing to bet the J/A means the other name for a donkey if you catch my drift

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    Re: Mistake an ETC for a Lincoln?

    Wait. That chocolate milk wood in the Mark VIIIs is real?
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    Re: Mistake an ETC for a Lincoln?

    Quote Originally Posted by Administrator
    Wait. That chocolate milk wood in the Mark VIIIs is real?
    The wood in the Mark VIII is 100% real and so are the shift knob and the steering wheel on the 1998 Collector's Edition. You might not think so if you take the panel inserts off and look at the back. The back is plastic. It is a new process that a thin wood veneer is laminated over a composite structure and then a new type of resin is laid over the top to give it the correct finish. It is real walnut burl and if you tap on it you can here the density of it. Taken from markviii.org's website

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    Re: Mistake an ETC for a Lincoln?

    Quote Originally Posted by Katshot
    In what way Dave?
    Just nevermind too tired to explain. I didn't mean anything bad by it.

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