Dave Mellor NJ

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About Dave Mellor NJ

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  • Birthday 04/15/1949

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  1. I agree and that's quite a deal for 4,000
  2. I have one that I think is 62. It has one large headlight instead of two. I can send a pic if it's any good to you.
  3. I don't see how the wiper motor mounts
  4. Funny how the A ute seems to have a roadster (car) folding top. Also, the deuce ute has 28-29 wheels
  5. Sorry for the misunderstanding. Good luck with the sale
  6. Ford sold some Model As well into 32 but I never heard of a B from the factory with an A engine. What would they do about fuel delivery? they didn't have electric pumps and they couldn't have gravity feed.
  7. Besides the head the breather pipe looks small like an A also. It's easier to tell a B engine from the other side. Look for the fuel pump and lack of the valve cover/ oil pipe.
  8. Most of the house shaped rad shells are Essex while most Hudsons are rounded and most Essexes and Hudsons are closed cars with suicide doors in that era. This car is labeled as a 26 Hudson Super Six
  9. Hudson and Essex have those double rim headlight buckets around 24
  10. You might see a date stamped into the driver's side fire wall. Other signs of a 28 are the drum tail light, the placement of the emerg brake(in front of the shifter), no front motor mount,the engine bolted right through the cross member, some of which were retrofitted to a motor mount but the earlier cross member still has reinforcements, big funnel upper radiator outlet,windlace goes in and out of holes in the grill shell and I think a shroud on the radiator. Headlight lenses were fluted but these were converted to sealed beams