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  1. That is one 1950 Chrysler beater cpe.😬 It belongs in the cemetery. Keep looking and buy a good car.
  2. Is it a six cylinder or eight steering box...? Diameter of the worm shaft threads at wheel nut id's it.. Or the Hex nut size.
  3. The only way to get one is used. No one will have a new complete floor pan. I removed a "complete floor" from a 47 Windsor coupe years ago...was a lot of work.
  4. MMaybe some more complete help pics... I know you don't have the tool...but just to show a close up of it.
  5. Check and adjust free play and other issue is the O/C spring adjustment. I use the factory tool to adjust these springs.
  6. With Evan's coolant if you have the slightest leak or over flow you sure will smell it. And smell it more and more and more in your garage or shop. A smell you will always remember.
  7. It would be worth it to see the car just to meet Eleanor! Do it!
  8. I too sold a ton of Atlas parts at an Enco station in N. Seattle. Used to know the application for a lot of the part #'s.....not anymore! Better search ebay for a cheap Atlas parts book. If that's a possibility on ebay anymore.
  9. Glad to hear Eleanor is still in great health! I Last saw her and the car at the Greenwood car show. She told me she was digging up the main water line feeding the house to replace it......this herself !!!!!🤯 She's a ball of fire! I first met her in 1980 or 81 to tune the 392 up for her.
  10. c49er

    1947 Chrysler

    No check valve in the tank. There is a pancake looking permanent oilite fuel filter in the tank... not serviceable. It can plug up...easy enough to check that. Also there is a special 1/2" long brass bushing that goes into the tank fuel line fitting before the steel line is screwed to the fuel tank. It seals the external line to the internal fuel tank line. With out it you will have a partial suction leak and the pump cannot suck fuel out of the tank to capacity...IE fuel starvation.
  11. To be honest...the wheel is for fat people. "Fat man steering wheel". PC is over used and out the window with me. It is what it is.....😆
  12. c49er

    1947 Chrysler

    There is a "oilite" tank filter. Not accessible. Some run a stiff wire thru it to bust it open. Others tank the tank to a pro to have the tank cleaned and the filter removed.
  13. Wow! I better look this one up on All Data.
  14. Yep! Typical 51-52 Plymouth carb.
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