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Steve Sibelman (sib@hevanet.com)
Date:Sun 08 Nov 2009 03:47:15 PM EST
Subject:Iodophor, no-rinse
 I found your piece on iodophor and rinsing fascinating. Your experience (before your experiment with the discerning-palate friends) is just like mine. Two things still trouble me. Rinsing with my good tap water does remove the stench of iodophor, but even chlorinated tap water may have a few bugs in it, and rinsing with pre-boiled water is an annoyance, because I generally don't remember this step. So I'm drawn to the no-rinse idea and heartened by your taste test. Still, though, what about low-grade toxicity? Even if the beer's taste isn't affected, I'm having trouble with the thought that I'm adding potentially unhealthy chemicals to the brew. Anyhow, thank you for documenting your thoughts and investigation.

mark maez (autoperftrans@rocketmail.com)
Date:Tue 27 Jan 2009 11:02:33 PM EST
Subject:68 Coronet R/T
 Lantze, How far along are you on your restoration

mr_tillie (mrtillie_61@msn.com)
Date:Sun 21 Dec 2008 12:19:57 PM EST
Subject: A Car guy
  I think your site is great. I will be back to spend more time here.

David Malone (bassmalone@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 22 Jul 2008 09:48:25 PM EDT
Subject:I have a 68 coronet and am a new restorer, so I absolutely love the detailed iinstructions of the tail panel restoration.
 Your car is absolutely beautiful. When I was 13 yrs old a neighbor had a green 68 R/T and the tail panel and round marker lights make this automobile stand out as a one year wonder. I hope mine comes out half as nice as yours! Great web site!!!

Terence Traut (ttraut@unlockit.com)
Date:Sun 04 Nov 2007 04:05:27 PM EST
Subject:Checking in
 I like your 1968 Dodge Coronet 500 and am thinking that THAT'S what I want for my next project. I'm hoping that you've run across a few project cars in your restoration. I currently am driving a 69 Roadrunner that I fixed up from junk. Terry Traut

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