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Re: Net worth, Cylinder Index
Cylinder Index +50, (lose track of all the bikes)
PS. Do loose engines count?
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Subject: Net worth, Cylinder Index
Now that the age thread has amused the list (I wonder how the under
20 crowd can keep these pricy cars running-resourcefulness I guess.)
Being 57 does change some things for the better. I still play tennis 3
times a week and don't have to go to work everyday.
A local St. Paul radio show(Joe Souceray's Garage Logic) uses the
Cylinder Index(CI) as a measure of one's manliness or machoness. You
simply count the number of cylinders of all internal combustion engines
you own; cars, trucks,cycles, lawn mowers, weed whips, etc. Lease
vehicles do NOT count. How you doing out there fellows? What's this
AGE crap, if you don't have a CI of at least 15, you ain't much!! If
your CI exceeds your age then you can really start talking.
Meanwhile, I'm still waiting for someone to explain how a BAD BOMB
can cause all four brakes to start dragging.
Bob Ringlien--age 57 but CI of 25
84 V4 Sabre-4
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