ols car dog

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About ols car dog

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  • Birthday 04/18/1941

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  • Location:
    Houma,La
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    Cars,golf,fishing

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  1. Pete I do believe that they are. 1961-1964 full size Buick use same numbers. Does it look like the pictures I sent ?? My repair seems to be holding ,but I would like to get a new one if possible Thanks Ken
  2. I,m in need of a turn signal cam(see pictures) This is a non tilt column.It seems to be very hard to find. l,m on my second attempt to repair it with J B weld. Any ideas on where to find one would be appreciated. Ken
  3. I am in need of a turn signal cam (see pictures). This is a non tilt column.It seems to be very hard to find. I,m on my second attempt to repair it with J B weld. Any ideas on where to find one would be appreciated. Ken
  4. Nice pile of stuff,I imagine you are like a kid in a candy store on Christmas Day. Glad it all worked out for everybody.The new owner is elated with his new Stude. The haulers did well.Looks like everyone is a winner.Very rare that everyone is happy Now go back and play Ken
  5. Use the sealer, It makes all the difference in the world..
  6. I see we got the phone number issue squared away. Good luck to both party's... Ken
  7. Dynaflash, l sold my 1930 Studebaker Pres. Thursday.It took two and a half years. AACA forums,ClassicCars.com,Hemmings,generated over 20000 views,with less than 12 inquires. I worked with the buyer for seven months,he paid me asking price plus.for waiting for him to take of his business. He,s happy. I have mixed emotions.It took me six years to build.I did it to see if I could get an AACA Grand National award, got junior and senior on first attempt. I really don't care for the crap you have do to get Grand National Status..so I lost interest. The right guy will come along,the catch is how much time you want to wait. I have never lost money on any car I ever did.I do 99 percent of the work myself. If you do not have a pretty fair skill set and have to "farm it out"you are allmost guaranteed to lose money Your conversations lead me to believe you are in a struggle against time and money. I hope it works out for you. Only you and your wife can make that call. All the best. Ken
  8. Just sold a car yesterday.We used a wire transfer . I was amazed how easy it was.
  9. Dep5, I can't quite figure out who or what your beef is about. It sure looks likes a fine car to me. Maybe you can explain it so we can understand what upset you so much
  10. I agree that Silver Solder is the way to go .lf the cracks don't happen to run to the end of the part you need to use a Dremel tool cut off wheel to cut a grouve thru the metal so the Silver Solder will flow thru metal Be prepared to spend a lot of time with a file and sandpaper to get it right, Ken
  11. How does one become a senior member???
  12. What's your location in La. I live in Houma, Ken
  13. MATT YOU ARE WRONG!!!!! I sold an oil pump to a man in Norway a few years ago My bank did not want to use a wire transfer for some reason. We agreed to Western Union,I used a local bank"not mine". He sent the funds ,I sent the pump, deal done. I paid no fees at all. Ken