Brass is Best

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  1. That should buff out... maybe a little bit of compound.
  2. I like the top down idea. Convertibles always look better that way. Some judges can be cranky about it though. I sometimes drive onto the show field with the top down. Then put it up for judging and back down to leave. It also gives spectators a chance to see the car both ways. Not to mention the production of raising and lowering the top.
  3. Try your local antique shop or flea market for the screwdrivers.
  4. I have a nice 1931 Chevrolet sedan for sale 419-668-1884
  5. Hi Rick, That sure is a pretty Cadillac. Keep up the good work, Andy P.S. Try folding the ends flat and rolling it up. Might sit well inside the golf club door. Some guys have a boot bag made to slide them in when not in use.
  6. I would use Shell SAE 30 Non-Detergent Oil with an SB rating. It contains zinc.
  7. 1939 Plymouth P8 Deluxe Convertible with Rumble Seat. Absolutely Stunning. Exceptional. This wonderful Plymouth received an Off Frame Restoration to exacting standards at a cost in excess of $170,000. The restoration was photo documented and logged. The Chassis and underbody are highly detailed, featuring gloss black frame rails and body color floors. The level of finish on the underside of this automobile matches that of the top side. To say this automobile is rare would be an understatement. Only 5,976 examples were built, how many could have survived? This may be the absolute finest example in existence. This Plymouth was built with pride in Detroit Michigan USA. Finished in striking “Salt Glaze Pottery Blue” which is complimented by a “Saddle Tan” Leather Interior and Tan Cloth Power top with matching boot. Powered by a 201 cubic inch flathead Inline six cylinder engine which Plymouth rated at 82 horsepower. 1939 was the last year for the Rumble Seat on any Plymouth. 1939 was also the first year for the column shift transmission, which gives more room to front seat passengers. Features include Wind Wings, AM Radio, Plymouth “Clipper Ship” Mascot, Driver Side Mirror, Deluxe wheel trim rings, Deluxe hubcap trim, Heater, Color change back-lite speedometer, tool kit, and Sculptured Good Year Wide White Wall Tires. The Power top has been converted to a modern hydraulic system for convenience. This Plymouth is ready to Drive, Show, Enjoy and Win Awards. Excellent candidate for AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) Shows and Tours. This is an exceptional pre-war Plymouth. $59,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch a video of this great Plymouth in action:
  8. That sure is a Baaaaaaaaaah'd machine.
  9. 1915 was the last year for brass trim, and had a wood firewall. There is a great book on Model T's. "Model T Ford The Car That Changed The World" by Bruce McCalley. It has all you need to know about model changes.
  10. Probably a 1926 Ford T, a 1928 Ford Model A and I am not sure about the Dodge.
  11. Yes you would order this wheel out of the GM accessory catalog. Then the dealer would install it for you. Chevrolet had dozens of accessories for this series. Umbrella holders, hat holders, steering wheels, reversing lamps, outside temperature gauge, tool kits, car care kits, Wisk Brooms, there are lots of interesting things you could buy to equip your car.
  12. American National built this great toy. They called it a Packard. Although it dose resemble a Buick. Wasn't there a lawsuit between Packard and Buick over the grill shell design?
  13. Today fabric printers can print right onto the shirt.