Hmmm, A Magic Bullet for Old Cars???

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Don C

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We'll have to wait and see:
 

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Weird, I didn't quote your post in my reply and the link you had got replaced in the quote by the one I was sharing.
It looks like this stuff is already on the market.

 

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OK, I figured it out. Somehow I copied your post instead of the link to:
and kept pasting your post instead of the link.

Sorry about that
Mike
 

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I'll wait until there's more history/usage of it. I've seen too many magic bullets come out and fade away. Remember when the magic grease came out that was supposed to repair worn ball joints and tie rod ends? It was by a major company. It was on the market for a year or two and then disappeared.
 

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When you're replying to a post you need to tap "Quote+" next to the "Reply" so it turns into "Quote -" to keep it from repeating.
 

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It turns out I wasn't reposting quotes of your original post. I didn't realize that when you post a link it actually adds like a 'thumbnail' of the website.
If I had taken a better look at my first reply I would have noticed that and not gone on about it.
Mike
 
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