JustDave

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About JustDave

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  • Birthday 06/21/1950
  1. Please ID this Pontiac piece, thanks!

    possibly a clock delete that fits on the glove box door, dave
  2. THEY MAKE A DOLLEY ON A LONG ROD FOR REPAIRING MOTORCYCLE TANKS,I BELIEVE THAT WOULD WORK FINE ON YOUR TANK IF YOU CANT FIND ONE I BELIEVE MICHAEL BREEDING IN NEW MEXICO REPRODUCED THEM, DAVE
  3. 1950 pontiac fender skirts

    I have a set for a 50 olds that may be the same, Dave
  4. 1947 indian chief parts

    I have some parts left over from a 47 indian chief,i have a motolamp headlamp all painted excellent 2 amp meters one original and one repop a tool box with key I think is a repop,numerous dist caps black new ,numerous points condenser & rotors,wpuld like to get a 1000;.00 for everything, im located in so calif if interested,my email id davespalce2010@yahoo.com thanks dave
  5. im cleaning out my storage and getting rid of what I don't need,i ran across a carter bb1 carburetor model it looks like y1-sc,my old eyes had trouble reading the brass tag but that's what I looked like,anybody know what the original application was would like to sell it to someone who needs it im in so calif ,thanks dave
  6. devaux

    A SEIL YES IT DOED IT SETS BEHIND THE IGNITION WHITCH,I JUST BOUGHT ANOTHER DEVAUX AND THE COIL IS AN AFTERMARKET HANGING ON THE FIREWALL, SO I WANT TO CHANGE IT BACK TO ORIGINAL,AMOUNGST OTHER THINGS THAT HAVE BEEN CHANGED OVER THE YEARS, THANKS DAVE
  7. devaux

    THE COIL IS AN AFTERMARKET HANGING ON THE FIREWALL,WILL TRY AND KEEP ORIGINAL THATS WHY IM LOOKING FOR ORIGINAL I DONT CARE ABOUT POINTS IT WILL NEVER BE A SHOW CAR,THANKS DAVE
  8. devaux

    looking for a nos autolite coil part # is 1g-4302 im sure replacements have different numbers but I have no book for other numbers this is for my 31 devaux 6-75 all help appreciated thanks dave
  9. hello everyone im looking for a nos ignition coil,the original was a autolite 1g-4302,for my 31 devaux ,this coil fits behind the ignition switch possibly replacements had different part numbers from different manufactrers,all help appreciated, tyhanks dave
  10. Treating Bare Metal

    Go to your nearest automotive paint supply and buy a bottle of metal prep and a aerosol ca of 2in1 primer,follow directions on the metal prep,use a scotch brute pad and. Scuff the rust till it’s shiny metal,wipe down with cold water then a good per cleaner also aerosol then prime the spots,you should be good for several months if kept inside, Dave
  11. transport

    hello all I need a vehicle transported from elk grove calif to rancho Cucamonga calif,it does not run but is together probably sometime in april very flexible,please send messag or email me at davesplace2010@yahoo.com or call me at 909 918 7171 thanks dave
  12. Late 1920's LINCOLNS

    no they never had any children,i guess that's why I fell in love with them,mr hoe was a stearn cantankerous guy a fire cracker you might say,mrs hoe was a great lady and boy could she cook,the older I get the more I miss them what great people,as I said in an earlier post everything mr hoe did for you or discussed with you came with a lifes lesson didn't see it at the time but as I get older I see things he did a lot clearer,hope new can find out the real story about the cars, I believe mr hoe passed in 1977, dave
  13. Late 1920's LINCOLNS

    if I remember correctly it was a locke bodied car,i don't remember if it had the mldg package but I don't think so,the car I saw on the internet in Utah may or may not have been the same car, it just struck me as being the same colors,i never saw the car with the top down and I don't think mr hoe ever put it down once it had been replaced sometime in the 50s, I know it didn't have whitewalls its probably like looking for a needle in a haystack,as cars are bought and sold stories are told that aren't always true,i im beginning to wonjder if the car was actually left to the museum,i hadn't seen mr hoe for about a year before his death (my fault) im wondering if mrs hoe changed things and the car was sold,i know they had more money than god and didn't spend much,mr hoe also had a 1913 Cadillac touring he said was a rare body style I remember it had a bbi carburetor and a 14 2 speed rear end,and a 1913 model t kind of a terracotta color with wire wheels and a Frontenac overhead vale conversion,is someone knows about either of these cars it may help figure out what happened to the Lincoln,most of the older guys are gone now so the trail is coming to an end,hopefully this will jog peoples memory and someone will remember what happened
  14. Late 1920's LINCOLNS

    Ok the car didn’t have a pop up cowl but it did have the second windshield,it was ivory with black fenders and red wheels,as far as I can remember mr gay bought it new,I remember having a long conversation Aton with mr hoe,ha said he knew about the car for a long time while it was stored in a shed,the story I was told was in was against mr gays religion to give mr hoe the car so he charged him 50.00 for it this was early 50s sometime,mr hoe owned hoe brothers construction they built high end homes in places like bel air he was not a doctor,is this the same car possibly,I, remember some identifying marks on the car that would have went away during restoration,I believe the Lincoln I saw in Utah Eason the internet the seller was bragging he drove the car at 80 miles an hour,without the grille badges and the big spot light it’s hard to tell, Dave
  15. Late 1920's LINCOLNS

    I don’t know mr hoe just told me had willed both Lincoln’s to the museum,this was probably 1974 or so,I do know from what I understand the museum came to his home and documented the 28 it must have been a known museum at that time mr hoe would have known before choosing,would like to know the truth about what happened to the car, I don’t know how many Lincoln museums where operating at that time,but I specifically remember him saying the Lincoln museum not,I know at the time he had a 1913 Cadillac that he restored in the late 60s or early 70s and a 1913 model t touring he called his hot rod it ha d wire wheels and aruxtell rear and a Frontenac overhead valve