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About mrpushbutton

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  1. 1930 Cord L-29 Cabriolet running boards wanted

    Thanks, I'll look him up in the club directory.
  2. Looking for a set of running boards for a 1930 Cord L-29 Cabriolet that are usable, not full of rust holes. The running boards on the Cabriolet body style are different (length) than the other body styles. Email me at jlauter@classicandexotic.com
  3. Looking for a set of running boards for a 1930 Cord L-29 Cabriolet that are usable, not full of rust holes. The running boards on the Cabriolet body style are different (length) than the other body styles.
  4. New valve springs for 1911 EA engines

    We have also reproduced the valve stem keys for this engine: https://classicandexotic.com/store/p-4348-1911-maxwell-model-e-a-valve-stem-key.aspx
  5. New valve springs for 1911 EA engines

    We are rebuilding a 1911 engine and have reproduced the valve springs, and are offering them for sale: https://classicandexotic.com/store/p-4342-1911-maxwell-model-e-g-valve-spring.aspx
  6. 1956 Packard nos

    This fits 1956 Clipper, not the Senior cars (Patrician, 400, Caribbean) Very nice part, and a decent price for a customer.
  7. Artillery Wheels - loose spokes How do you tighten?

    Ed Linn, EDL Services in Troy MI can source re-making your wheels in new Hickory. He has many satisfied clients.
  8. But Is It Really A Blight Issue?

    If you are his neighbor, and cars are just a means of transportation, yes--they are a blight issue. He's hasn't been doing these cars any favors just letting them sit outdoors and rot. It's time for new buyers for everything. Ron's not going to live long enough to salvage or restore 1/10th of them.
  9. 1911 Model EA engine info needed

    I'll stop by your spaces.
  10. Emotionally attached to vehicle

    Make sure to show him the cash in front of his wife.
  11. 1911 Model EA engine info needed

    Working on this engine for a client and will need to make new valve springs. How long did this engine run (years, models?) and how many cars with this engine are thought to exist?
  12. 1929 Durant frame-Free! come and get it

    All gone now!
  13. 55/56 suspension

    One thing that may deter the "Kustom" crowd from a T-L car is the fact that the "stance" (Gawd, I hate that term/idea) is what is it is, not easy or even possible to alter.
  14. 1929 Durant frame-Free! come and get it

    Check your inbox, I responded to your email.
  15. 55/56 suspension

    As others have said, there's really nothing to break on a T-L equipped Packard that is not rusted out. The torsion bars aren't going anywhere, if they haven't already. What you will miss out on is an incredible ride for a car of that vintage. Every T-L Packard in a junkyard is still sitting high and proud on its torsion bars. Better to bastardize something else, something more big 3-like.