to the local junkyard,
baited by a big 40% off weekend special.
conveniently landing on a sunny valentines day.
getting your chit together saves time and energy.
Always learn from the locals!
This involves a simple antifreeze jug.
Why the heck
do I have so many to choose from?!
or at least not black,
so you know when it is greasy.
Yellow would be good,
to wave around in case of emergency.
Good old liars club candidate here!
a handy portable tool box!
Helps to have an idea of what you'll need.
My eye was on a particular prize,
I wanted a stash of ignition coils for backup.
After further searching,
I found an even better jackpot.
A once babied p-71 police interceptor.
Drilled and slotted rotors!
At Oreilly's these are $145 a pop!
Stock solid ones below are $50 each.
Hey it was $37 for all 4 rotors!
Even after $30 to turn them,
that leaves $330 for fun stuff!
These were nice and smooth.
The other side was almost a bust,
the wheel locked too hard to the side,
no room for a socket.
Fortunately the column was dropped,
and the u-joint could be quickly disconnected.
using a fan belt to carry these heavy mothers!
I didn't really need to spill it,
but if you do,
find a floor mat...
great for big jobs.
Also the milk crate w/dolly is easy.
Not a fan.
Ammo containers are great too,
but long tools don't fit.
I'm sticking with the jug!
Light, good volume,
and easy to bring two.
a guy was dragging a transmission,
on a plastic door panel,
tied with a seat belt.
Who needs wheels?!