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83zombi Offline
Senior Member
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I would like to thank everybody for the help I have recieved this last year or so. There is currently a wild fire burning closer to the edge of my town in S Cal. I just returned from a trip to discover I should be evacuated and many have. If the wind picks up tomorrow I won't have a choice and then it's return when the smoke clears to see if I got lucky. This could end the 83 project overnight and this computer as well, I only have so much room in my Malibu. This begs the question: what would you take with you any why? Basically I'm taking some clean under wear and a tooth brush and assisting who ever needs help.
83 dead bird, in pieces however I'm reading from the book of the dead, should be running soon.
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Pete D Offline
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#2
I'd take a set of cloths too. You could take the hard drive from the computer. Don't forget important
papers like birth certificate, car titles, home ownership papers, other ownership papers, cerdit cards, medical cards, address and phone numbers for friends, doctors and creditors. Good luck, we will keep our fingers crossed for you.
Pete Dunham


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4cammer72 Offline
Posting Freak
#3
get any documents and pictures you cannot replace. anything you have on computer that is not replaceable put on disc and carry with you. if you can document anything with your camera that is not listed with the insurance company already if you have time. good luck and my prayers are with you .
88tc (sold) but keeping an eye out.
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Matt S Offline
Posting Freak
#4
INSURANCE POLICIES!!!!! They like to change the rules when yours burns up.

I hope you are well, I am just watching news about it now up here. dang
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Gulfdiver Offline
Senior Member
#5
Get pics of your expensive stuff and possibly serial numbers.. We will be watching and your in our prayers! Hope everyone comes through safely!

Found some recent pics of the fires in So. Cal.. looks pretty bad..
http://fire.textamerica.com/
!!!!! MINE ALL MINE !!!!!
1988 TBird Turbo Coupe Mach 1 Special Edition
K&N airfilter; Spec Stage 3.. More mods to come!
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83zombi Offline
Senior Member
#6
Good news so far! The wind changed direction this morning, now Big Bear Ski Area is in the path but about 13 miles away. Our biggest worry is the wind changing direction again and raining ash and cinders. This sets off new fires miles from the source. What's next, another earth quake? Is California being punished for being California?
83 dead bird, in pieces however I'm reading from the book of the dead, should be running soon.
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IAMCANADIAN Offline
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#7
if u do get evacuated... make sure you bring food and water as well as a gas can... you never know if a new orleans type traffic jam might appear. prayers are with you
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1992 civic si hatch - 13.049 @ 105.5mph (2010)
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1987 tbird tc 89,00km.
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Gulfdiver Offline
Senior Member
#8
It's really wierd.. The floods, Tsunami's, drought, mass wild fires, the impending war between Isreal and Palastein,...I'm just waiting for the plague of locusts and an ark to cruise by..

Glad to hear things maybe changing for the better!
!!!!! MINE ALL MINE !!!!!
1988 TBird Turbo Coupe Mach 1 Special Edition
K&N airfilter; Spec Stage 3.. More mods to come!
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Jeff K Offline
Administrator
#9
Hope all goes well and the wind doesnt change direction again. Keep us posted if you can. Most of all, be safe.
Jeff Korn

88 Turbo Coupe: Intake and exhaust mods, T3 turbo at 24 psi, forced air IC, water injection, BPV, Ranger cam, subframes, etc., etc.
86 Tbird 5.0 (original owner): intake, exhaust, valvetrain mods, 100 HP N2O, ignition, gears, suspension, etc., etc.
05 Taurus SEL Duratec daily driver
04 Taurus Duratec (wifes car)
02 Pontiac Grand Prix GT
95 Taurus GL Vulcan winter beater
67 Honda 450 Super Sport - completely customized
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83zombi Offline
Senior Member
#10
Just got the mandantory evacuation notice but have at least a 50/50 chance of getting through this with no damage. I don't think anyone here is from New Orleans, they all know the drill. If you live in Cal it's part of your neighborhood. Thanks everyone for you help and advice, looks like I'll be in a da** bedroll tonight, thought I have seen the last of them in the service.
83 dead bird, in pieces however I'm reading from the book of the dead, should be running soon.
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