JACK M

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About JACK M

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  • Birthday 11/21/1948

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    Tinkerer, and Fabricator

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  1. I like it. Not much of a GM fan, but ya gotta put something in there.
  2. 1964 CORVAIR Monza Spyder Coupe

    Seems like a realistic asking price. I'm not a huge fan of shiny black and would prefer black interior. My sister bought a brand new Spyder convertible back in the day. White with Black interior. Boy I sure would like one like that. She never let me drive it. And at the time I thought she was stupid.....
  3. Try Country Traveler on this forum.
  4. Inline fuse links

    https://www.summitracing.com/search/part-type/fusible-links?GroupBy=rolluppseudosku&SortBy=default&SortOrder=ascending&cm_mmc=ppc-google-_-search-_-general-terms-_-keyword Well this doesn't work. Go to summitracing.com and enter fusible link in the search there.
  5. Inline fuse links

    I am sure I saw those in a "Painless" or "Ron Frances" catalogue or the likes. Street rod wiring kits. But they all sell individual parts.
  6. How to Remove Paint Spilled onto Car

    Step two, lose that painters phone number. This wouldn't be that same Samurai that had the stuck lug nut would it?
  7. How to replicate stamped hubcaps?

    I bought a set of baby moons and my sign guy took a picture and fixed me up. Sorry, not a very good picture but you get the idea.
  8. Antique Headlights

    Two on each side. They also had a bracket of sorts between them. They are quite heavy. Pretty sure there would be four part numbers.
  9. Bbbbb

    Wrap !!
  10. Ah yes, Yard art. That could be the first step towards a hoard...
  11. Wire Harness (Mostly) Completed

    Seeing a bit of light at the end of that tunnel?
  12. 1956 Chrysler water pump kit

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/POLY-354-Water-Pump-57-58-Chrysler-Windsor-Saratoga-NEW/312003154121?_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIM.MBE%26ao%3D2%26asc%3D41375%26meid%3D73472bac40a94def8f6c31a737474420%26pid%3D100005%26rk%3D2%26rkt%3D2%26sd%3D192365076300&_trksid=p2047675.c100005.m1851 I see that this one is represented to be for a Poly. I have bought from this outfit twice for the 392 pumps with good results.
  13. Yup, Got his photos mixed up.
  14. A real farm find.

    Yes it would.
  15. What is "Low Mileage"?

    Two comments about the low mileage vehicles that I own. 1.) I have a 95 F350, it has less than 140K on it and never lets me down, It gets driven regularly, usually towing. It will sit for some months at a time and the batteries may go weak but that's about the only problems I have had. 2..) I have a 1965 Chrysler 300 that just turned 29,000 miles, It is a rare 4 speed car with AC and I have known it for forty years or so and it was almost never driven. I would sometimes see it moved from one end of his shop to the other and maybe to another garage but I never saw it on the road. After all those years it became available to me and I jumped on it. First it was a total brake job of coarse, then I found the clutch was pretty badly burned up. Then some small issues like a rubber piece in the gas fill, I put new hoses and belts and found the fan clutch to be loose so it got all that. All of the power window motors were jammed up so I replaced those. About nine miles after the 29K the speedo started acting up so I pulled that and decided to fix the radio at the same time. The radio got an upgrade so now it plays FM and it got a new speaker. While working on the radio I spotted some anti freeze on the floor mat, I will tell you that a heater core on that AC car was a PIA, but got it done. Then I noticed some oil on the floor where a seal in the power steering was leaking, working on that I found that the idler had a bad tie end so replaced that. The seal for the steering gear is on its way here so who knows what other gremlins may show up when I start driving it again. I have to keep telling myself how lucky I am to finally own this car after all these years. I am going to China TODAY for two weeks and look forward to getting the steering gear back in when I get back, Then it will probably be parked for the winter unless I get lucky with a dry day.