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    Google it. It refers to equipment installed on...

    Google it. It refers to equipment installed on vehicles intended for the Canadian market.
  2. Richard, as a former restaurant and hotel guy, I...

    Richard, as a former restaurant and hotel guy, I could not agree with you more. For a smaller operator, the long term payout is in the real estate, not the operation. The operation is on a...
  3. Yes - since sometime in the 50’s

    Yes - since sometime in the 50’s
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    Responding to Maof's comment: Cal's on East...

    Responding to Maof's comment: Cal's on East Warren had a good Detroit style in the 70's. I worked there and did a lot of tasting when the owner was experimenting before selling it. Conclusion: The...
  5. Buscemi's on Crescentwood and Gratiot in...

    Buscemi's on Crescentwood and Gratiot in Eastpointe (East Detroit in my day). Still the best - good rolls and dressing made them special.
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    What a great story! I wish this young man has...

    What a great story! I wish this young man has great success. I rode horses for years and miss doing so.
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    I recommend you consult suppliers advertising in...

    I recommend you consult suppliers advertising in Hemmings Motor News and Hemmings Classic Cars.
  8. If a project does not pencil out without tax...

    If a project does not pencil out without tax breaks, incentives, subsidies, or whatever else gets layered in, it will probably fail. You cannot overcome fundamental laws of business and economics.
  9. Here on the West Coast, you are more likely to...

    Here on the West Coast, you are more likely to hear: "Getting baked".
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    I wish the new operator all the best. The view...

    I wish the new operator all the best. The view up there is fantastic - day or night. The problems we had when I was a manager up there in '79/'80 was the almost complete lack of food storage space,...
  11. I worked there for Westin from '78-'81 there was...

    I worked there for Westin from '78-'81 there was definitely hotel parking underground. It was not adequate, expensive, and mainly limited to room guests. Restaurant guests had to rely on street...
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    If you miss WJZZ, I strongly suggest a station we...

    If you miss WJZZ, I strongly suggest a station we have here in LA - KJAZZ 88.1 FM (available on a their app.) They have a superb line-up of hosts including Steve Tyrell, David Benoit and Gordon...
  13. pjbear: No guy on a Cushman, just Good Humor, and...

    pjbear: No guy on a Cushman, just Good Humor, and occasionally Mr. Softee. We also had the knife sharpener on foot with his wheel and bell, a blind man with a saxophone and a cup, and the produce...
  14. We had a horse-drawn "junk man" in the Six Mile...

    We had a horse-drawn "junk man" in the Six Mile and Gratiot area until the mid-sixties. I do not recall his name, or if we even had a regular guy. I never heard of the "sheeny man" until much after...
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    The Burke store later became Maxey...

    The Burke store later became Maxey Lincoln-Mercury before they moved to Mack Avenue.
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    Burke Pontiac was first Fisher Pontiac. The...

    Burke Pontiac was first Fisher Pontiac. The property was sold to them around 1948 when my grandfather passed. He had a store there since about 1900 (first a general store, then groceries only). My...
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    I remember Sample Motors as well. They were...

    I remember Sample Motors as well. They were between Gunston and Houston-Whittier on Gratiot. They sold Jaguars and other European makes. I also remember they sold Toyotas in the 70's before they...
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    Dealership on Morang

    That's right - the British dealer on Morang was Lang's. My brother and I had our Triumphs serviced there and I bought my '80 TR7 convertible there. Good people and their service was excellent, but...
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    Ryan: Now that you have established the...

    Ryan:

    Now that you have established the timeline I believe you. My history with Cal's is close to 40 years old (hard to believe!) My apologies for doubting you.
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    Ryan's story does not make any sense to me...

    Ryan's story does not make any sense to me either. I worked for Torchy as a bartender in '72/'73. He was unmarried and had no children at the time. I do remember he had some neices and nephews...
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