Well my boyfriend and I are interested in the classics and owning one in the future. I thought I'd start to impress him by learning a bit about them so I could talk a little "shop." Am looking forward to learning from all of you.
:sign0016: to TriFive Susan!! What a great attitude! This is the very best TriFive site around - Full of friendly & knowledgeable people. Don't be afraid to ask anything! :anim_25: on your quest to learn more about these beautiful Classics!
:sign0016: to Trifive Susan. Glad you joined us. :happy0030: Your at the right site to gain knowledge. Here you can learn all you need to know about Trifives. Your boyfriend will be impressed. arty0031:
Well next time there's a car problem question, here's some jargon for you to rattle off to him.
Look carefully under the hood and say: "Ahhh, the rearview aborator came loose and caused the tripethrottle knucklehead bilge coolant to over-heat.
It's gonna need an RGB 40962 rapid transix modified flatulator.
When the tripethrottle knucklehead bilge coolant gets above 46 degrees of rotation, it'll burn em out everytime.
You can always try a lefthand tinkle tube in the P line but all that may do is cause the naughtin cam to spam up.
Unless it's got a 009 or an 035 special lube boiler, then the RGB 40962 rapid transix modified flatulator will just cause the exhaust to smell like dead fish."
He'll either hug you or look at you and say:
Most likely the latter...
Welcome aboard. :sign0016:
There will be actual, real answers as your questions arise. :tu
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