3Eagles

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  1. A friend sent me these pictures wanting to know what type of car it was. No front end pictures. I thought this site would be the place to find it. Thanks in advance.
  2. I will be going to Bonneville Speed Week and am looking for a job to bring back. I'm pulling a 26' enclosed trailer and will be leaving there around August 18. I can haul a complete car, a rolling chassis or a bunch of parts. Will be traveling mostly across I-80 but am open to detours for pickup my final destination is Manchester, New Hampshire. Doesn't have to be car related. Whatever you need hauled that will fit in my trailer is open for discussion. Experienced driver with a clean driving history. Also a non drinker. Send me a message on FB if interested.
  3. I will be going to Bonneville Speed Week and am looking for a job to bring back. I'm pulling a 26' enclosed trailer and will be leaving there around August 18. I can haul a complete car, a rolling chassis or a bunch of parts. Will be traveling mostly across I-80 but am open to detours for pickup my final destination is Manchester, New Hampshire. Doesn't have to be car related. Whatever you need hauled that will fit in my trailer is open for discussion. Experienced driver with a clean driving history. Also a non drinker. Send me a message on FB if interested. A pick up in California is also possible. The return route is somewhat flexible. It all comes down to cost for diverting to your location.
  4. Does anyone have a source for the rubber pads that the Chrysler 70 uses? They encase the spring ends in rubber. Steele has some but are very pricey. Thanks Chuck
  5. I'm looking for a passenger side taillight stand for my roadster. I have two of the drivers side and could trade or? I want to run taillights on both sides. I believe the aftermarket did something long ago but? The stand from an export model, to England or Australia for example, would be perfect. Thanks, Chuck in New Hampshire
  6. Thanks. I have not contacted Jay in quite a while. Sort of let him slip my mind. I will give him a call. Chuck
  7. I'm looking for 3 or 4 hood hold downs for my 1928, 72 roadster. I have two with the brass top but one is broken. Id like to find a set if possible and reasonable. Thanks, Chuck in NH
  8. I'm looking for some hood latches for my 28 Chrysler 72 roadster. I have two with brass tops but one is broken. I'd like to find 3 more with brass tops or a proper set of 4. Thanks
  9. Thanks for the response. I was underneath the other day and noticed most of the body bolts were already loose. They were replaced with regluar bolts with no lock washer. I'm glad to know the body only needs lifted. I'm redoing the front fenders, hood ledge and aprons. Didn't really want to pull the body off yet. Chuck
  10. I'm trying to remove the fender aprons off of my roadster. Do the body mount bolts go through the aprons? Do I have to pull the body mount bolts out or just loosen them. Thanks, Chuck
  11. Is there a plate rivited on the firewall or someplace? A lot of people did not know about the Id numbers on the dash plaque. Its possible they assigned the VIN for registration purposes. I would think the DMV could figure it out by the numbers and registration history. You probably want to straighten that out before you buy otherwise later registration could be a serious problem. Chuck
  12. Beautiful cars! My Model 72 was a street rod when I bought it so I'm doing sort of a resto rod deal on it. Want to keep the body appearance basicly stock. Do any of you have spare top hold downs for the Model 72? Or do you know what years will fit? I have the top irons but cannot locate any hold downs.
  13. Sorry, I can see the picture but I guess no one else can. I click on the post a picture link and get the same thing as a www. link. Do I have to upload the picture somewhere? Chuck in NH
  14. A fellow I met had this picture and wants to know what kind of car it is. I would appreciate any help. Thanks, Chuck in NH