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Random act of kindness. Saved our GMC from a serious fire

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Bob Dunahugh
Sat, Jul 17, 2021 11:01 PM

This does get to the fire.
Opra Winfrey brought this up many years ago. To do something kind to a perfect stranger. And it's a good concept to also include people around us. You're setting at a stop light. That person to your right. Let them get out of the drive that their stuck in. That family next door that has a dog that barks a lot. Coe workers that you know their face. But nothing more about them. A simple smile just might help them on a day of stress. That their having. And your smile to them. Can give your day a little boast. Clubs are a little different. We join clubs as a stress reliever. And their related internet sites. For some joy/kindness to start with. A stress relief valve. Of sort. In a stress filled world. That smile is a start. But in a club. Dialogue is a super stress relief valve. For stress in, and out of the club. As that's what clubs are to be.
I mentioned what's above. Because I was on the receiving end of a random act of kindness. BIG TIME. Nov 29,2016, at 10:46 PM. On I-88. West of Chicago. I was heading home. From one of my GMCMI promo displays. That I have now quit doing.  I had started to smell wood burning. I pulled into a rest stop. The new complete exhaust system looked fine. After all. It was just put on the previous February.  It must be from a wood burning stove in the area. Then back on I-88. Then. About 15 miles down the road. A tractor/trailer pulls up next to me. Honking is horn, flashing his headlights. He had also turned on his inside dome lights. He was a young black man. Pointing his finger vigorously. Toward the bottom of our GMC. Just by his body language. Something was seriously wrong. I was with in 300 ft from an off ramp. That had lots of light. I pulled into the V of the ramp. Got out. To fine that the wood flood. Above the aluminum skin was smoldering.( The seam on the top of that new muffler had split open.) My water tank was empty. ( Never do that again.) I only had some water bottles. Then another interesting thing happened. When I was just getting out. I saw two fire trucks. Coming down the off ramp. It didn't dawn on me then. But how did they know? Later I found out. That the truck driver had called 911. At the town. That he'd have me at that upcoming off ramp. That was one very bright, and thoughtful young man. I tried hard to find out who he was. Never found out.
I've always been a big supporter of random acts of kindness. It's fun to do. It's the. What goes around. Comes around. It's Truely great to be on both ends.  Just try to play nice. If you have issues with others. Dialogue is the true road to the truth, and peace.
Bob Dunahugh

This does get to the fire. Opra Winfrey brought this up many years ago. To do something kind to a perfect stranger. And it's a good concept to also include people around us. You're setting at a stop light. That person to your right. Let them get out of the drive that their stuck in. That family next door that has a dog that barks a lot. Coe workers that you know their face. But nothing more about them. A simple smile just might help them on a day of stress. That their having. And your smile to them. Can give your day a little boast. Clubs are a little different. We join clubs as a stress reliever. And their related internet sites. For some joy/kindness to start with. A stress relief valve. Of sort. In a stress filled world. That smile is a start. But in a club. Dialogue is a super stress relief valve. For stress in, and out of the club. As that's what clubs are to be. I mentioned what's above. Because I was on the receiving end of a random act of kindness. BIG TIME. Nov 29,2016, at 10:46 PM. On I-88. West of Chicago. I was heading home. From one of my GMCMI promo displays. That I have now quit doing. I had started to smell wood burning. I pulled into a rest stop. The new complete exhaust system looked fine. After all. It was just put on the previous February. It must be from a wood burning stove in the area. Then back on I-88. Then. About 15 miles down the road. A tractor/trailer pulls up next to me. Honking is horn, flashing his headlights. He had also turned on his inside dome lights. He was a young black man. Pointing his finger vigorously. Toward the bottom of our GMC. Just by his body language. Something was seriously wrong. I was with in 300 ft from an off ramp. That had lots of light. I pulled into the V of the ramp. Got out. To fine that the wood flood. Above the aluminum skin was smoldering.( The seam on the top of that new muffler had split open.) My water tank was empty. ( Never do that again.) I only had some water bottles. Then another interesting thing happened. When I was just getting out. I saw two fire trucks. Coming down the off ramp. It didn't dawn on me then. But how did they know? Later I found out. That the truck driver had called 911. At the town. That he'd have me at that upcoming off ramp. That was one very bright, and thoughtful young man. I tried hard to find out who he was. Never found out. I've always been a big supporter of random acts of kindness. It's fun to do. It's the. What goes around. Comes around. It's Truely great to be on both ends. Just try to play nice. If you have issues with others. Dialogue is the true road to the truth, and peace. Bob Dunahugh
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Christo Darsch
Sun, Jul 18, 2021 2:07 AM

Quite a moving story. Thank you Bob.

Christo Darsch
GMC Nor'easters
1977 Eleganza II - "The Komet"
3.50 Power Drive, Disc Brakes, Alcoas
Weymouth, MA

Quite a moving story. Thank you Bob. -- Christo Darsch GMC Nor'easters 1977 Eleganza II - "The Komet" 3.50 Power Drive, Disc Brakes, Alcoas Weymouth, MA
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Jim Kanomata
Sun, Jul 18, 2021 2:18 AM

Bob,
I know of at least several times you drove out for few hours to help people
get their coach running.
You not only have the Heart, but the knowledge to help.
Only a few really know what you have contributed to the community.
I know you have made professional signs and asked by the Corvair clubs to
show your coach and car at the National conventions with illuminated signs
and stole the show..
It upsets me to see and hear some do not appreciate what you have done and
give you issues.
Grace and I support you and Linda and respect you two.

On Sat, Jul 17, 2021 at 4:01 PM Bob Dunahugh yenko108@hotmail.com wrote:

This does get to the fire.
Opra Winfrey brought this up many years ago. To do something kind
to a perfect stranger. And it's a good concept to also include people
around us. You're setting at a stop light. That person to your right. Let
them get out of the drive that their stuck in. That family next door that
has a dog that barks a lot. Coe workers that you know their face. But
nothing more about them. A simple smile just might help them on a day of
stress. That their having. And your smile to them. Can give your day a
little boast. Clubs are a little different. We join clubs as a stress
reliever. And their related internet sites. For some joy/kindness to start
with. A stress relief valve. Of sort. In a stress filled world. That smile
is a start. But in a club. Dialogue is a super stress relief valve. For
stress in, and out of the club. As that's what clubs are to be.
I mentioned what's above. Because I was on the receiving end of a
random act of kindness. BIG TIME. Nov 29,2016, at 10:46 PM. On I-88. West
of Chicago. I was heading home. From one of my GMCMI promo displays. That I
have now quit doing.  I had started to smell wood burning. I pulled into a
rest stop. The new complete exhaust system looked fine. After all. It was
just put on the previous February.  It must be from a wood burning stove in
the area. Then back on I-88. Then. About 15 miles down the road. A
tractor/trailer pulls up next to me. Honking is horn, flashing his
headlights. He had also turned on his inside dome lights. He was a young
black man. Pointing his finger vigorously. Toward the bottom of our GMC.
Just by his body language. Something was seriously wrong. I was with in 300
ft from an off ramp. That had lots of light. I pulled into the V of the
ramp. Got out. To fine that the wood flood. Above the aluminum skin was
smoldering.( The seam on the top of that new muffler h
ad split open.) My water tank was empty. ( Never do that again.) I only
had some water bottles. Then another interesting thing happened. When I was
just getting out. I saw two fire trucks. Coming down the off ramp. It
didn't dawn on me then. But how did they know? Later I found out. That the
truck driver had called 911. At the town. That he'd have me at that
upcoming off ramp. That was one very bright, and thoughtful young man. I
tried hard to find out who he was. Never found out.
I've always been a big supporter of random acts of kindness. It's fun to
do. It's the. What goes around. Comes around. It's Truely great to be on
both ends.  Just try to play nice. If you have issues with others. Dialogue
is the true road to the truth, and peace.
Bob Dunahugh


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Bob, I know of at least several times you drove out for few hours to help people get their coach running. You not only have the Heart, but the knowledge to help. Only a few really know what you have contributed to the community. I know you have made professional signs and asked by the Corvair clubs to show your coach and car at the National conventions with illuminated signs and stole the show.. It upsets me to see and hear some do not appreciate what you have done and give you issues. Grace and I support you and Linda and respect you two. On Sat, Jul 17, 2021 at 4:01 PM Bob Dunahugh <yenko108@hotmail.com> wrote: > This does get to the fire. > Opra Winfrey brought this up many years ago. To do something kind > to a perfect stranger. And it's a good concept to also include people > around us. You're setting at a stop light. That person to your right. Let > them get out of the drive that their stuck in. That family next door that > has a dog that barks a lot. Coe workers that you know their face. But > nothing more about them. A simple smile just might help them on a day of > stress. That their having. And your smile to them. Can give your day a > little boast. Clubs are a little different. We join clubs as a stress > reliever. And their related internet sites. For some joy/kindness to start > with. A stress relief valve. Of sort. In a stress filled world. That smile > is a start. But in a club. Dialogue is a super stress relief valve. For > stress in, and out of the club. As that's what clubs are to be. > I mentioned what's above. Because I was on the receiving end of a > random act of kindness. BIG TIME. Nov 29,2016, at 10:46 PM. On I-88. West > of Chicago. I was heading home. From one of my GMCMI promo displays. That I > have now quit doing. I had started to smell wood burning. I pulled into a > rest stop. The new complete exhaust system looked fine. After all. It was > just put on the previous February. It must be from a wood burning stove in > the area. Then back on I-88. Then. About 15 miles down the road. A > tractor/trailer pulls up next to me. Honking is horn, flashing his > headlights. He had also turned on his inside dome lights. He was a young > black man. Pointing his finger vigorously. Toward the bottom of our GMC. > Just by his body language. Something was seriously wrong. I was with in 300 > ft from an off ramp. That had lots of light. I pulled into the V of the > ramp. Got out. To fine that the wood flood. Above the aluminum skin was > smoldering.( The seam on the top of that new muffler h > ad split open.) My water tank was empty. ( Never do that again.) I only > had some water bottles. Then another interesting thing happened. When I was > just getting out. I saw two fire trucks. Coming down the off ramp. It > didn't dawn on me then. But how did they know? Later I found out. That the > truck driver had called 911. At the town. That he'd have me at that > upcoming off ramp. That was one very bright, and thoughtful young man. I > tried hard to find out who he was. Never found out. > I've always been a big supporter of random acts of kindness. It's fun to > do. It's the. What goes around. Comes around. It's Truely great to be on > both ends. Just try to play nice. If you have issues with others. Dialogue > is the true road to the truth, and peace. > Bob Dunahugh > _______________________________________________ > GMCnet mailing list > Unsubscribe or Change List Options: > -- Jim Kanomata ASE Applied/GMC, Newark,CA jimk@appliedairfilters.com http://www.gmcrvparts.com 1-800-752-7502
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James Hupy
Sun, Jul 18, 2021 3:12 AM

Bob, I never charge labor for black list calls. Only ask that I get
reimbursed for parts I use. If someone calls me, I respond. These are great
clubs. I belong to 4 of them. Plus a car club and a car and motorcycle
museum. Just what guys like us do. Some day, it all comes back to even the
score. I appreciate your contribution to your Corvair groups, as well as
the GMC community. Glad someone came to your rescue.
Jim Hupy
Salem, Oregon

On Sat, Jul 17, 2021, 7:18 PM Jim Kanomata jimkanomata@gmail.com wrote:

Bob,
I know of at least several times you drove out for few hours to help people
get their coach running.
You not only have the Heart, but the knowledge to help.
Only a few really know what you have contributed to the community.
I know you have made professional signs and asked by the Corvair clubs to
show your coach and car at the National conventions with illuminated signs
and stole the show..
It upsets me to see and hear some do not appreciate what you have done and
give you issues.
Grace and I support you and Linda and respect you two.

On Sat, Jul 17, 2021 at 4:01 PM Bob Dunahugh yenko108@hotmail.com wrote:

This does get to the fire.
Opra Winfrey brought this up many years ago. To do something

kind

to a perfect stranger. And it's a good concept to also include people
around us. You're setting at a stop light. That person to your right. Let
them get out of the drive that their stuck in. That family next door that
has a dog that barks a lot. Coe workers that you know their face. But
nothing more about them. A simple smile just might help them on a day of
stress. That their having. And your smile to them. Can give your day a
little boast. Clubs are a little different. We join clubs as a stress
reliever. And their related internet sites. For some joy/kindness to

start

with. A stress relief valve. Of sort. In a stress filled world. That

smile

is a start. But in a club. Dialogue is a super stress relief valve. For
stress in, and out of the club. As that's what clubs are to be.
I mentioned what's above. Because I was on the receiving end of a
random act of kindness. BIG TIME. Nov 29,2016, at 10:46 PM. On I-88. West
of Chicago. I was heading home. From one of my GMCMI promo displays.

That I

have now quit doing.  I had started to smell wood burning. I pulled into

a

rest stop. The new complete exhaust system looked fine. After all. It was
just put on the previous February.  It must be from a wood burning stove

in

the area. Then back on I-88. Then. About 15 miles down the road. A
tractor/trailer pulls up next to me. Honking is horn, flashing his
headlights. He had also turned on his inside dome lights. He was a young
black man. Pointing his finger vigorously. Toward the bottom of our GMC.
Just by his body language. Something was seriously wrong. I was with in

300

ft from an off ramp. That had lots of light. I pulled into the V of the
ramp. Got out. To fine that the wood flood. Above the aluminum skin was
smoldering.( The seam on the top of that new muffler h
ad split open.) My water tank was empty. ( Never do that again.) I only
had some water bottles. Then another interesting thing happened. When I

was

just getting out. I saw two fire trucks. Coming down the off ramp. It
didn't dawn on me then. But how did they know? Later I found out. That

the

truck driver had called 911. At the town. That he'd have me at that
upcoming off ramp. That was one very bright, and thoughtful young man. I
tried hard to find out who he was. Never found out.
I've always been a big supporter of random acts of kindness. It's fun

to

do. It's the. What goes around. Comes around. It's Truely great to be on
both ends.  Just try to play nice. If you have issues with others.

Dialogue

is the true road to the truth, and peace.
Bob Dunahugh


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Bob, I never charge labor for black list calls. Only ask that I get reimbursed for parts I use. If someone calls me, I respond. These are great clubs. I belong to 4 of them. Plus a car club and a car and motorcycle museum. Just what guys like us do. Some day, it all comes back to even the score. I appreciate your contribution to your Corvair groups, as well as the GMC community. Glad someone came to your rescue. Jim Hupy Salem, Oregon On Sat, Jul 17, 2021, 7:18 PM Jim Kanomata <jimkanomata@gmail.com> wrote: > Bob, > I know of at least several times you drove out for few hours to help people > get their coach running. > You not only have the Heart, but the knowledge to help. > Only a few really know what you have contributed to the community. > I know you have made professional signs and asked by the Corvair clubs to > show your coach and car at the National conventions with illuminated signs > and stole the show.. > It upsets me to see and hear some do not appreciate what you have done and > give you issues. > Grace and I support you and Linda and respect you two. > > On Sat, Jul 17, 2021 at 4:01 PM Bob Dunahugh <yenko108@hotmail.com> wrote: > > > This does get to the fire. > > Opra Winfrey brought this up many years ago. To do something > kind > > to a perfect stranger. And it's a good concept to also include people > > around us. You're setting at a stop light. That person to your right. Let > > them get out of the drive that their stuck in. That family next door that > > has a dog that barks a lot. Coe workers that you know their face. But > > nothing more about them. A simple smile just might help them on a day of > > stress. That their having. And your smile to them. Can give your day a > > little boast. Clubs are a little different. We join clubs as a stress > > reliever. And their related internet sites. For some joy/kindness to > start > > with. A stress relief valve. Of sort. In a stress filled world. That > smile > > is a start. But in a club. Dialogue is a super stress relief valve. For > > stress in, and out of the club. As that's what clubs are to be. > > I mentioned what's above. Because I was on the receiving end of a > > random act of kindness. BIG TIME. Nov 29,2016, at 10:46 PM. On I-88. West > > of Chicago. I was heading home. From one of my GMCMI promo displays. > That I > > have now quit doing. I had started to smell wood burning. I pulled into > a > > rest stop. The new complete exhaust system looked fine. After all. It was > > just put on the previous February. It must be from a wood burning stove > in > > the area. Then back on I-88. Then. About 15 miles down the road. A > > tractor/trailer pulls up next to me. Honking is horn, flashing his > > headlights. He had also turned on his inside dome lights. He was a young > > black man. Pointing his finger vigorously. Toward the bottom of our GMC. > > Just by his body language. Something was seriously wrong. I was with in > 300 > > ft from an off ramp. That had lots of light. I pulled into the V of the > > ramp. Got out. To fine that the wood flood. Above the aluminum skin was > > smoldering.( The seam on the top of that new muffler h > > ad split open.) My water tank was empty. ( Never do that again.) I only > > had some water bottles. Then another interesting thing happened. When I > was > > just getting out. I saw two fire trucks. Coming down the off ramp. It > > didn't dawn on me then. But how did they know? Later I found out. That > the > > truck driver had called 911. At the town. That he'd have me at that > > upcoming off ramp. That was one very bright, and thoughtful young man. I > > tried hard to find out who he was. Never found out. > > I've always been a big supporter of random acts of kindness. It's fun > to > > do. It's the. What goes around. Comes around. It's Truely great to be on > > both ends. Just try to play nice. If you have issues with others. > Dialogue > > is the true road to the truth, and peace. > > Bob Dunahugh > > _______________________________________________ > > GMCnet mailing list > > Unsubscribe or Change List Options: > > > > > -- > Jim Kanomata ASE > Applied/GMC, Newark,CA > jimk@appliedairfilters.com > http://www.gmcrvparts.com > 1-800-752-7502 > _______________________________________________ > GMCnet mailing list > Unsubscribe or Change List Options: >
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John R. Lebetski
Mon, Jul 19, 2021 12:54 AM

Let’s hear it for that trucker!  A good lot for the most part.  Now, a practical question.  Isn’t yours a 78 with the better factory insulation
above the mufflers?  Did that not help?

John Lebetski
Woodstock, IL
77 Eleganza II

Let’s hear it for that trucker! A good lot for the most part. Now, a practical question. Isn’t yours a 78 with the better factory insulation above the mufflers? Did that not help? -- John Lebetski Woodstock, IL 77 Eleganza II
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Bob Dunahugh
Mon, Jul 19, 2021 5:14 AM

YES. As to that truck driver. I just wish that he would have stopped. But. He knew that he had arrange for me to get help. Plus. He must have traveled that route often. Because he knew in advance of the lights at that off ramp. I truly believe that 90% of people. Are good deep down . A drill instructor. While I was in the Marine Corp boot camp. As recruit.  Told us. That there's a Losey 10 % of the population out there. He was correct. That truck driver was just a sample. Of the top of the 90%.
Loved being in the Corp. It was an honor. That I deeply Charish. ( As a side note. I have a back defect. So, I was exempt from the draft. So, I kept my mouth shut about that issue. To the Marine Corp recruiter. One of the best things that I ever did. )
Yes John. It's a 78. With the insulation, And aluminum skin. That covers the entire bottom.  I'll contact you in a private e-mail. As to the details of what transpired. With the floor. And how to avoid that problem. Best that I do it that way.
Bob Dunahugh
78 Royale since 2003.

Let’s hear it for that trucker!  A good lot for the most part.  Now, a practical question.  Isn’t yours a 78 with the better factory insulation
above the mufflers?  Did that not help?

John Lebetski
Woodstock, IL
77 Eleganza II


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YES. As to that truck driver. I just wish that he would have stopped. But. He knew that he had arrange for me to get help. Plus. He must have traveled that route often. Because he knew in advance of the lights at that off ramp. I truly believe that 90% of people. Are good deep down . A drill instructor. While I was in the Marine Corp boot camp. As recruit. Told us. That there's a Losey 10 % of the population out there. He was correct. That truck driver was just a sample. Of the top of the 90%. Loved being in the Corp. It was an honor. That I deeply Charish. ( As a side note. I have a back defect. So, I was exempt from the draft. So, I kept my mouth shut about that issue. To the Marine Corp recruiter. One of the best things that I ever did. ) Yes John. It's a 78. With the insulation, And aluminum skin. That covers the entire bottom. I'll contact you in a private e-mail. As to the details of what transpired. With the floor. And how to avoid that problem. Best that I do it that way. Bob Dunahugh 78 Royale since 2003. Let’s hear it for that trucker! A good lot for the most part. Now, a practical question. Isn’t yours a 78 with the better factory insulation above the mufflers? Did that not help? -- John Lebetski Woodstock, IL 77 Eleganza II _______________________________________________ GMCnet mailing list Unsubscribe or Change List Options:
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Ken Shaffer
Mon, Jul 19, 2021 3:19 PM

Bob, you certainly have done alot for others and especially our GMCI club!
Thank you!
I would sure like to see you back on the net more frequently contributing
with your "tid bits" and other informative posts.  Your 150 years (grin) of
experience with our motorhomes is especially valuable to guys like myself
that are relatively new.  I understand that you have gotten grief and even
threatened to be banished from our group (by someone other than our
monitor) I sure hope you guys can work out whatever differences you have.
Many of us would sure like to see you back on here contributing with your
tech information.

On Mon, Jul 19, 2021 at 12:15 AM Bob Dunahugh yenko108@hotmail.com wrote:

YES. As to that truck driver. I just wish that he would have stopped. But.
He knew that he had arrange for me to get help. Plus. He must have traveled
that route often. Because he knew in advance of the lights at that off
ramp. I truly believe that 90% of people. Are good deep down . A drill
instructor. While I was in the Marine Corp boot camp. As recruit.  Told us.
That there's a Losey 10 % of the population out there. He was correct. That
truck driver was just a sample. Of the top of the 90%.
Loved being in the Corp. It was an honor. That I deeply Charish. (
As a side note. I have a back defect. So, I was exempt from the draft. So,
I kept my mouth shut about that issue. To the Marine Corp recruiter. One of
the best things that I ever did. )
Yes John. It's a 78. With the insulation, And aluminum skin. That
covers the entire bottom.  I'll contact you in a private e-mail. As to the
details of what transpired. With the floor. And how to avoid that problem.
Best that I do it that way.
Bob Dunahugh
78 Royale since 2003.

Let’s hear it for that trucker!  A good lot for the most part.  Now, a
practical question.  Isn’t yours a 78 with the better factory insulation
above the mufflers?  Did that not help?

John Lebetski
Woodstock, IL
77 Eleganza II


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Bob, you certainly have done alot for others and especially our GMCI club! Thank you! I would sure like to see you back on the net more frequently contributing with your "tid bits" and other informative posts. Your 150 years (grin) of experience with our motorhomes is especially valuable to guys like myself that are relatively new. I understand that you have gotten grief and even threatened to be banished from our group (by someone other than our monitor) I sure hope you guys can work out whatever differences you have. Many of us would sure like to see you back on here contributing with your tech information. On Mon, Jul 19, 2021 at 12:15 AM Bob Dunahugh <yenko108@hotmail.com> wrote: > YES. As to that truck driver. I just wish that he would have stopped. But. > He knew that he had arrange for me to get help. Plus. He must have traveled > that route often. Because he knew in advance of the lights at that off > ramp. I truly believe that 90% of people. Are good deep down . A drill > instructor. While I was in the Marine Corp boot camp. As recruit. Told us. > That there's a Losey 10 % of the population out there. He was correct. That > truck driver was just a sample. Of the top of the 90%. > Loved being in the Corp. It was an honor. That I deeply Charish. ( > As a side note. I have a back defect. So, I was exempt from the draft. So, > I kept my mouth shut about that issue. To the Marine Corp recruiter. One of > the best things that I ever did. ) > Yes John. It's a 78. With the insulation, And aluminum skin. That > covers the entire bottom. I'll contact you in a private e-mail. As to the > details of what transpired. With the floor. And how to avoid that problem. > Best that I do it that way. > Bob Dunahugh > 78 Royale since 2003. > > Let’s hear it for that trucker! A good lot for the most part. Now, a > practical question. Isn’t yours a 78 with the better factory insulation > above the mufflers? Did that not help? > -- > John Lebetski > Woodstock, IL > 77 Eleganza II > _______________________________________________ > GMCnet mailing list > Unsubscribe or Change List Options: > _______________________________________________ > GMCnet mailing list > Unsubscribe or Change List Options: >
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tomkatz3@comcast.net
Mon, Jul 19, 2021 4:12 PM

Bob,

I'm so very glad you were surrounded by such wonderful people. If you watch the news, one would think the world is full of evil. There is enough of it
I am sure, but it still pales in comparison to the love and compassion that is around us. "Seek and ye shall find".

Thank you for all the help and advise you have given me.

Take care and enjoy another wonderful day here on earth,
Tom K.

Tom & Oki Katzenberger,
Kingsville, Maryland,
1977 23' Birchaven, 455 C.I.D.

Bob, I'm so very glad you were surrounded by such wonderful people. If you watch the news, one would think the world is full of evil. There is enough of it I am sure, but it still pales in comparison to the love and compassion that is around us. "Seek and ye shall find". Thank you for all the help and advise you have given me. Take care and enjoy another wonderful day here on earth, Tom K. -- Tom & Oki Katzenberger, Kingsville, Maryland, 1977 23' Birchaven, 455 C.I.D.