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Mail From: RON OHLENKAMP <(email redacted)>

Luke,

Standard powder coating should be just fine as long as you only do the
outside. Use Glyptol on the inside (helps oil return faster)

What is DPO? I've seen that before, just walked in from the garage after
replacing the floorbaords (front and rear) in my wifes' 63 Spit. Never thought
she could get me to spend 22 hours on my knees.............................

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> Is THAT what that is? I thought it might be epoxy or something, some
> DPO's attempt at a repair...
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> Doug Braun wrote:
> > BTW, my timing chain cover ('72) has a thick layer of sound-deadening
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> What is DPO? I've seen that before
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DPO = [ ] Previous Owner. Use your own discretion for the D word, it could
be delightful, dreaded, ...


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Mail From: Richard Gosling <(email redacted)>

"What is DPO? I've seen that before..."

Dreaded (or Damned) Previous Owner - the guy you can blame for all the dodgy
bodges and repairs that have been made to your car in the past. They can
produce particularly interesting non-standard electrical modifications that
defy all attempts to resolve, or even to explain if you do manage to work
out what the hell they did.

Politicians are particularly good at this tactic: "the economy / health
service / education isn't screwed up because of what we've done, it was that
way when we inherited it from the last incumbent." (Sorry, we've got an
election on at the moment, it's hard to think of anything without
politicians seeping into the process!).

Richard (former owner of Daffy the '78 Spitfire)
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