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  1. There is a ebay ad that says that it is for a V-8 Oldsmobile or Pontiac engine. See link. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nicson-Marine-rear-motor-mount-101-14-Oldsmobile-Hardin-Marine-feet-jet-boat-/161573360674
  2. Well, there are these guys, Rocker Arms Unlimited. http://www.rockerarms.com/
  3. Then and Now Automotive can rebuild your mount. http://then-now-auto.com/nors-vulcanized-motor-mounts-rubber-products/ Here are some photos showing how they do it. http://www.picturetrail.com/sfx/album/view/8316977
  4. This is the one you say does not fit. Are you sure it's not just stuck together with rust?
  5. Well, I can tell you that there were 39,200 V8 Biscayne's sold in 1966.
  6. I think this is the car he is speaking of. As far what its price goes, there is no price guide on the Biscayne, too rare. The price for a 1969 Impala hardtop coupe with a 327 is given as $11,266. This by Hagerty Classic Car Price Guide. I would not restore it. A car is only original once. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Chevrolet-Bel-Air-150-210-Biscayne-1969-biscayne-327-all-original-48-k-miles-rustfree-barn-find-no-/321563311780?forcerrptr=true&hash=item4adeaabea4&item=321563311780&pt=US_Cars_Trucks
  7. It's for Ford Six Cylinder COE and Delivery trucks. 1950 - 51 F3 Parcel Delivery (H engine) and F5 and F6 COE (H engine).
  8. I can tell you that GM discontinued that part in November 1990.
  9. It looks like to me that these tanks were never used by a OEM, just aftermarket. See link a description of operation. http://books.google.com/books?id=HFLmAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA500&lpg=PA500&dq=Byrne-Kingston++tank&source=bl&ots=VgIgvkgIWO&sig=NzuqhzlKmFC6IC6Sqa_oLYUTkBY&hl=en&sa=X&ei=8rNNVKfaHozwoASW3IHgAQ&ved=0CCMQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=Byrne-Kingston%20%20tank&f=false
  10. You might try these people, SMS Auto Fabrics. http://www.smsautofabrics.com/
  11. The problem with it being 1942 Pontiac is that the bezel is different on the 1942. See photo.
  12. See this forum post. http://forums.aaca.org/f169/valves-guides-316495.html
  13. Herschell-Spillman also made a V-8 with 3" or 31/4 bore and 5" stroke. See link for an article on it. http://books.google.com/books?id=sotMAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA928&lpg=PA928&dq=herschell-spillman+engine&source=bl&ots=O0BE-MlCld&sig=Bjn5h8STYqTlPalUYNI2TVHbibo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=IOA9VLbgJsngoASB64CADA&ved=0CEwQ6AEwCDgK#v=onepage&q=herschell-spillman%20engine&f=false
  14. This site explains how an automatic transmission works. Automatic transmissions use planetary gears, so this might give you some ideas. http://auto.howstuffworks.com/automatic-transmission2.htm
  15. It looks like it is a 1949-1950 Chevrolet Deluxe Hood ornament. Also 3687372 is a valid part number. See link. http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/1949-50-chevrolet-deluxe-hood-153306016
  16. The heater is 1949 Ford. See links http://inlandempire.ebayclassifieds.com/parts-accessories/temecula/1950-ford-magicair-heater-49-51-original-condition-kustom-barris/?ad=7295398 http://www.shoeboxford.com/public/department48.cfm
  17. Further update. I found three part number 952244 reverse idler gears for sale. All had 15 teeth.
  18. I think the problem is that 1939 Chrysler's used two different transmissions. The C22 used one transmission and the other Chrysler's used the other. Does the parts book show these different transmissions or just one listing? If they only show one transmission, you do not know which transmission they are referring to. Try looking for an idler gear for a 1939 De Soto with OD. The De Soto uses the same transmission as your C22 and De Soto only used one transmission in 1939. This per my Interchange manual.
  19. The other choice is the 1939 Ford Standard. See photo.
  20. As Art says the analyzers will work on 6 volts. The reason the manuals do not talk about six volt operation is that by the time these analyzers were build six volt systems had long been obsolete.
  21. Here is a source for the thermostat. Not cheap. http://www.hirschauto.com/prodinfo.asp?number=SYL-4 This maybe the thread that Keiser31 was talking about. http://forums.aaca.org/f134/sylphon-thermostat-repair-259071.html
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