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  1. Avanti R2, 1963, refresh

    We got 7 to 8" here in Winston-Salem, so I'm surprised you didn't get much of any. It was an odd storm tho, in that the totals were higher in NC the further east you went. My son, who lives in Franklin NC up near Cherokee, only got a dusting also.
  2. Avanti R2, 1963, refresh

    John, how did the new donkeys like the snow?
  3. 1922 Fiat 501 Targa Florio

    Well, looks like I will be visiting the Italian car site daily now!!
  4. I had to look up what a Sisson choke was, since I'm not familiar with these early Chryslers. This came from a Wisconsin engine book, but the picture on the next page was identical to the one mounted on the Chrysler in C49er's pictures. Here is the writeup:
  5. Looks good Eric - the car and the weather! It's been barely above freezing here in North Carolina the last week-and-a -half . My youngest son, who lives in Scottsdale, makes sure we know how nice the weather is in AZ. So, the new wiring harness is in now?
  6. 28 studebaker dictator finally came home

    That engine spin stand is pretty neat Terry. I'm impressed that you go to those lengths on the engines your shop builds - you don't find that type of dedication to doing things right too much these days.
  7. If you haven't already, check out Juliano's for seat belt systems. They don't seem to have installation instructions posted on their website, but a call to them may get you the info you need. Here is a link: http://www.julianos.com/Seat-Belts-s/96.htm I Googled "installing shoulder seat belts in older cars" and came up with a number of hits. One interesting one that I looked at had some specific info: https://www.wescoperformance.com/retrofit-seat-belts-shoulder-mt-door.html
  8. Hey Matt, is it snowing in Wilmington? No snow in Winston-Salem, but it's pretty cold.
  9. Early 1920s Studebaker ?

    Thank you Bernie! And Happy New Year to you and your wife and family. I will continue to follow your Loganda thread on the British Car page.
  10. Grandpa's Car

    stretch, we do need pictures of the reassembly, ok? Glad the weather is good somewhere for working on old cars - it's barely getting above freezing here.
  11. ASC Tour - LED Brake Light Bar

    What Stude Light said just above. Right after Spinneyhill and kclark had their orders cancelled and money refunded, I emailed Top Serve to see if they are still making these. I never got a reply back. Also, they no longer have any up on eBay. I hope you do get yours, because I want to order one too!
  12. ASC Tour - LED Brake Light Bar

    Bill, did you order the brake light from Top Serve? Let us know if you get it, or if they cancel the order.
  13. Lagonda Rapiers

    A gorgeous winter scene! Merry Christmas to you and your family Bernie!
  14. Good to see you got that done Matt, without any issues. It's nice to have friends to help with this type of thing. That seventh from the last picture sure does look precarious, however.
  15. If you want more traditional carbon steel, go to Parks Pipes: https://www.studebakervendors.com/parks-pipes/index.htm