FreFord

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About FreFord

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  • Birthday 06/05/1943

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  1. Any recommendations for transitioning from detergent to non-detergent oil?
  2. I had tried the two screen method you suggested: still didn't accept either answer. But today I got on with the 153624. Apparently the site was just having a bad moment. Thanks for your responses.
  3. Thanks, guys. The questions were firing order and the difference between a club coupe and a business coupe. The site didn't like 153624 or rear seat. I'll try again.
  4. Trying to register for the P15-D24 forum: they don't like my answers to either of the two authentication questions. Thanks for any suggestions. Fred
  5. And season's greetings to you. Is that SAAB a '57, '58, or '59?
  6. "I got this (type name of least favorite car here) for my wife. Best deal I ever made."
  7. Hey, Taylormade. Thought your name looked familiar. I followed your saga,trials, tribulations and great successes with Daphne. Wonderful work.
  8. Sorry, Spinneyhill. I misunderstood your reference. Just found what you were talking about in my 1952 Chilton's! That $13.30 had me all excited - love to save money. (My mother's maiden name was Sutherland.)
  9. Just found it on the Hollander site - for $47!
  10. Thanks , Taylormade. I'll check with them first thing Monday.
  11. Thank you, Spinneyhill. Where did you see the manual advertised for $13.30?
  12. Hello all, Does anyone have or know of... 1. a possible source for the manifolds for a '51 Dodge? Or... 2. what other makes or years might interchange? And/or... 3. where I might find a Hollander that would cover through '51 (mine stops in '48)? Grateful for any help. Thanks, Fred
  13. Sorry, no. I'm just getting into Chrysler stuff.
  14. Thanks so much for this very complete answer.
  15. The wire from the choke pull-off runs directly to the starter on my '51 Wayfarer which the wiring diagram shows is correct. Does this energize only while the starter is operating and, if so, how does it open the choke? Or does it rely more on manifold heat? Thanks.