Re: Road trip supplies
You still use points?!?!?
I was thinking of the immortal words of Socrates who once said, "I drank
"Wound Up" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Not having done one in quite a while, it struck me as funny, the things I
> thought I naturally bring with me on a road trip in a vintage car, in
> addition to my phone. After all, I did put most of the thing together
> About 25-30 wrenches, sockets, extensions, etc. (with carefully selected
> duplicates) and a crowbar; 15-20 screwdrivers and nutdrivers, 3 pair
> pliers, a pair of wire cutters, a Swiss Army knife, and 2 vice grips; 1
> gal. antifreeze, 5 qts. oil; fire extinguisher, jumper cables, electrical
> tape, an air pump (with neato flashy lights), a new spare, AND a can of
> fix-a-flat; 2 funnels, several pair latex gloves (no, not for the hotel
> stay), zip ties, a flashlight; extra points & condenser set, extra coil,
> distributor cap and rotor, fuel filter "cartridges", a plexi cowl cover,
> and a dwell meter. Oh - and something clean to lie on. I'm only going
> about 500 miles. However, there are spots along the way where you're at
> least 25 miles from anyone who could help you... and I did change the
> belts today.
> "Crap... my multimeter needs batteries! Gotta get those tomorrow.
> Did I forget anything?"
> Wound Up
> ThunderSnake #65