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Old 02-13-2018, 05:37 PM
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I think he meant "MINE", but if he did mean MTNE -

Astrological Analysis and meaning of MTNE
MTNE has a life path of 7. MTNE means: With a Life Path 7, your numbers are (7, 16/7, 25/7, 34/7). The Life Path 7 shows that you entered life with a gift for investigation, analysis and careful observation. You are first-class thinkers. You evaluate situations very quickly and with amazing accuracy. Accordingly, you are thorough and complete in your work, the perfectionist who expects to be a high performance level almost to righteousness. A Life Path 7 person is a peaceful and loving soul. But keep your connection to people carefully. It's easy for you to detect deception, and recognize the people of bad faith, and avoid them. You are about to have a not so large circle of friends, but if you accept someone as a friend, it's for life. It is as if you have built a large wall around you that is hard to be penetrated. There are chances that you are a charming and refined person with great composure and a sharp mind. Nevertheless, this is exclusively for you. You're probably not a very social person. Your reservation is often called aloofness, but in reality it is not. It is simply a cover for your basic sense of insecurity. There is no need to rush, it takes time to heat new friends. Associations and organizations hold little interest for you. They really like to be alone and away from the bustle of modern life. In many ways, you'd find life better when the pace of life is less hectic. You need a lot of quiet time with your own thoughts and dreams. They hate the crowds, noise, distraction and confusion. The overwhelming strength of the number 7 is the depth of thinking and reflection that they show. They gather knowledge from virtually all sources that you find. Intellectual, scientific and are studious, you do not accept a premise until you dissected the subject and arrived at your own independent conclusion. This number is very spiritual and it is often a kind of spiritual wisdom that manifests early in age. In your internal management, you build a strong sense of intuition which you deploy when needed. If you would like a law set to itself. Whatever the spiritual position you take, whether traditional or bizarre, you keep fervently to it. Once you have decided on one thing, it is almost impossible to make you consider an alternative. Adaptability is not your style, and change is a rarity. They rely heavily on their experience and intuition, but fail to accept them if it is someone's advice. Your intuitions appear to be very accurate in the rule, and knowing this, the follow the instructions and seem to be leaders. In the most negative energy use of 7, you can very pessimistic, lackadaisical, quarrelsome and become secret. A Life Path 7 person's life does not live to the fullest and win by experiments is a difficult person because of a severe shortage of living in consideration for others. There is such a negative attitude. In fact, a very selfish and corrupt person with life path 7 can be a challenge to live an active life and be productive in society to make it work. This may be why some prefer to live alone. If you have negative characteristics, they are very difficult to get rid of because you tend to think that the world owes you a fortune for your hardwork and are not being treated fairly.

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Believe it or not in grade 9 I did a speech thing for English class that involved numbers relating to astrology. The class found it interesting while I found a lot of it over my head.
 
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Dealerships deal with picky customers - the factory assembly lines don't

Dealerships will bent over backwards - drill holes in the frame to mount a bumper, drill holes in the dash to mount a radio, drill holes into new doors to mount mirrors, carve out huge chunks of new metal to install a bedside tool compartment if it didn't have one but the buyer wanted one. Install air horns and fire extinguishers. I bet they would be the ones to swap a speedometer rather than the assembly line trying to deal with that sort of petty detail. Simple to pull 8 screws and a few wires and swap it - probably a lot less time than mounting mirrors or installing bedside tool compartments. I can tell if a radio is factory or not - I can tell if a bedside toolbox is factory or not - and if I were able to have access to this truck I could tell you if the cluster is factory installed or dealer installed.

I'm not saying you are wrong - just that odds are this was part of the dealer prep.

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total with you in that Chad.
I have seen some funky stuff come out of the San Jose plant but a lot of the “special order” add on was done at dealer level. Kinda like my 1966 F100 Ranger.
1965 T-Bird hubcaps and a center jump seat. Although I believe been there since original purchase it had to have been done at dealer level.
 
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