Steve9

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About Steve9

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  • Birthday 01/09/1957

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  1. Steve9

    Saw this nice 1968 Camaro again....

    Keiser’s town is small enough to get away with taking the old car everywhere. I’m just north of Seattle and drive my old car to work maybe once a month in summer, there’s too much congestion to deal with to do that more often. I’m envious of that Mayberry thing. That’s a big part of my old car experience, wanting to turn the clock back to a simpler time.
  2. Steve9

    1936 Dodge horn button assembly

    Thanks so much, guys. Sorry for the slow response, I pulled a double shift yesterday. Nothing takes the place of those factory drawings. Much thanks.
  3. Has anyone a photo or diagrahm of the order of assembly of springs and plates in the horn button? I’ve just had the steering wheel restored and am not getting things right. Thanks, Steve.
  4. Sorry, I’m an info junkie. I checked Dodge 4500/5500 specs and total GCWR ratings. The trailer is rated at 25,000 capacity and the trucks weigh around 8,000 lbs. Dodge rates the 4500 at 32,500 GCWR and the 5500 at 37,500 GCWR so if that trailer is maxed out, hopefully the guy has a 5500 to haul it. I agree with the safety question, I drive a tractor trailer combination in my job, and extra heavy makes me hope I don’t get cut off by bad drivers.
  5. Steve9

    Boy, do I want this....

    This may have been the case decades ago, but with the population explosion in the greater Seattle area, Snohomish is now a suburban community.
  6. Steve9

    Boy, do I want this....

    Xander, I figured you’d be all over this! A classic era custom.
  7. https://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/cto/d/34-packard-roadster-hot-rod/6540276852.html
  8. Steve9

    supercharged Cord

    I think it’s funny how they call it a “driver”. Probably someone with more money than all the rest of us calls a six figure auto a driver!
  9. Certainly a car worth saving. If you can find other 34 parts cars, that’ll make the going smoother. I would try to contact owners through the Dodge club or WP Chrysler club for the best shot at it.
  10. Steve9

    Kindig 1934 Dodge

    I hope I’m not sounding like a Nazi. I’m completely good with everyone doing their own thing. I might have gone down the hot rod trail if my car hadn’t been so nice and original. My peeve is people getting an attitude about their hot rod love on here. I enjoy the HAMB and all their shtick a lot. Their stuff there, our stuff here. Peace.
  11. Steve9

    Kindig 1934 Dodge

    Holiness aside Jack M, what people need to understand is the reason this forum exists is to talk stock factory built automobiles. I’m on board with hot rod action, just not here.
  12. Steve9

    Kindig 1934 Dodge

    Sacto, Take your hot rod action to the HAMB. You will find kindred hearts there. This forum is all about stock antique cars. PERIOD.
  13. Steve9

    36 Plymouth P2 Transmission Issue

    Rebuilt the trans on my 36 Dodge last year, everything is identical in your photo except for the two little balls. If these balls fall down into the tranny, things lock up when you move the shifter. (I found this out the hard way)
  14. Steve9

    RIP Dan Gurney

    When he drove for Ferrari, Enzo called him “My big Marine”.
  15. Steve9

    Do good pictures help a sale?

    Original owner, the creature from the black lagoon.