Saulius

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  1. Thanks for your input and ideas. With best regards Saulius
  2. Hello, I have Chrysler 66 1930, engine no C5595, and want to change camshaft, found it but is from 1933 model. Question - fits it to mine 1930 Chrysler? With best regards Saulius
  3. Hello, I myself have made the roof frame left bracket (right original), and wooden frames that are not finished. I want to ask about the roadster roof frame. What should the distance from the window frame, and at what angle should be on the rear frame = 90° or >90° or <90°. With best regards Saulius
  4. Hi, many thanks for the help. Saulius
  5. I was able to easily pull out the plunger, heated and... <O:p</O:p But the question remains, what is connecting to the location shown in the photo?<O:p</O:p Thanks for the responses. Saulius
  6. Hi all<O:p</O:p Carburetor repair - BB1D Carter, and can not be removed - Pump piston, rod plate and rod assembly. What can I use the force? Another question, is what is shown connecting to the outlet? Thanks in advance for your answers. <O:p</O:p Saulius
  7. Hi, Are 18‘‘ 6 bolt wire wheels have 48 spokes?, I such want to buy, I would like four (4) unit of the wheels. my venclovai@yahoo.com
  8. Many thanks to for your help,<O:p</O:p Repairs under way. <O:p</O:p Saulius.<O:p</O:p
  9. Hi,<O:p</O:p I want to restore the instrument panel outer insert. How does it look when it was new?<O:p</O:p <O:p</O:p Thank you for your help.<O:p</O:p Saulius<O:p</O:p
  10. Hi all <O:p</O:p <O:p</O:p Indeed, the switch and the lock has been changed.<O:p</O:p Remove the heating tube, the inside was closed spice tins, sorry for taking the time. <O:p</O:p <O:p</O:p And as the exterior design panel? Maybe had something to see, as was the original. <O:p</O:p <O:p</O:p Saulius.<O:p</O:p
  11. Hi all <O:p</O:p <O:p</O:p Thanks for the response.<O:p</O:p Will be better if I remove the heater, as You think?<O:p</O:p So this is one fuse for the whole system, thank yuo very much helped me. <O:p</O:p <O:p</O:p Saulius<O:p</O:p
  12. I have recently purchased a 1930 Chrysler ‘’66’’ which I want to begin restoring. The car seems to be the Roadster body style with an original 6 cyl. engine.<O:p</O:p Some parts are missing such as the winged radiator cap, wooden frame and left joints for convertible top,center bumper clamp, 18 wire wheels, under radiator apron (between springers).<O:p</O:p I have a few questions:<O:p</O:p 1, what's been done? (photo),in addition to the control cable.<O:p</O:p 2, Dashboard trim, which in some areas remained undamaged finish (see photo) can you know whether you have any pictures as it was.Paint on a paper (see photo), or may be so? 3, What strength should be electrical systemfuse?<O:p</O:p <O:p</O:p Sorry for bad English<O:p</O:p Thanks <O:p</O:p <O:p</O:p Saulius<O:p</O:p