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Old 09-03-2010, 10:48:44 AM
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Im Argentine born but with an English education. Im 68 and Ive had greasy fingers since I was 8 with all kinds of engines. Model planes when I was a kid, lawnmowers when I was a teenager and today I prefer to run an old car without electronics and computers etc. and repair it all myself. Quite an obsession....
I also have an old wooden boat built around 1945 with a Chris Craft 60hp engine which I rebored in 1988 and is still running fine. Im quite excited with this site, and I hope to contribute with any info that may be useful to anybody...
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From another 68 year old Old Geezer, WELCOME to the Stak!

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Hi elden . I would appreciate your time , I have a briggs and stratton antique engine model # 8 , does it go by another number , 6s , if so please lit me know. Thanks Joe.
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I also have an old wooden boat built around 1945 with a Chris Craft 60hp engine which I rebored in 1988 and is still running fine.

SURE WOULD LIKE TO SEE SOME PHOTOS OF THE OLD WOOD BOAT WITH THE CHRIS CRAFT.

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