ceejay

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  1. Very little I can do from Sri Lanka unfortunately. I have written to the Metairie Sherriff's department.
  2. Great ! The strange thing is, he has deleted the private message he sent to me and it has even cleared it from my inbox ! Or is that because he was banned ?
  3. I searched his name now and it shows as joined on September 8th.... he messaged me on the 8th too
  4. Hi all, Please be aware that there is a scammer on AACA his current member name is fedwards. I'm sure he keeps changing names or joining with different names. He will message you saying he has all the parts you need and will request a Walmart to Walmart payment. The payment will be requested to Melissa Allen Address: 1900 Emily St. Metairie Louisiana 70001 If you search this name and address on Google, there are other cases of the same scam with the same name and address. I wish I had searched before sending him $650 !!
  5. HI all, Im looking to buy a set of 58 Buick NOS mufflers for a Century with dual exhaust. I have seen new old replacement stock mufflers come up for sale
  6. The factory air cars always had a multi blade fan and a fan clutch. This fan is from a 57. wow that was an amazingly low price he was asking for that car. I paid over $15,000 (cdn) for my wreck !!
  7. The "hot tank" contained caustic soda dissolved in water. The Electrolysis was done with voltage ranging from 12 to 24 volts, maintaining the current draw at around 10 amps. Most of the items were in electrolysis over 24 hours. The fan is from a 57 Nailhead with AC
  8. So.. work started on the engine.. No wonder the engine was stuck !! Time to wash every thing for the first of many times.. Caustic bath Wash again Electrolysis Comes out like new.. In Primer
  9. Reproductions will be available soon :-) Just trying to gauge how much interest there is in new lenses
  10. Since the car is going to get painted a shade of Orange color, the body gets painted in an orange color on the under side and the inside and then gets placed on the blasted, primed and painted chassis. Next all the body panels get fitted back and they all get spray filler applied and the whole body leveled with all the panels in place. I have a photo of a car which I found in the web. It is a beautiful shade of orange and that is the the color I want my car to be... It is not a stock 58 Buick shade of orange so I had to keep mixing paint and applying on different panels till it looked like in the photo... Well, it looks different when I take a photo with my camera than it does in real life.. but I think I'v arrived at the shade of orange I would like the car to be. The car is now painted in a base coat (not the correct shade) and is sanded back and ready to get pushed into the paint room to get painted... BUT, to do that, I need the suspension fitted up. All the new suspension parts have arrived from USA but I have got the mechanic busy working on my 1960 Pontiac so Ill let the car sit for now and start working on the engine... Pics to follow :-)
  11. Thanks Doug and a Happy new year to you and yours too ! Actually the progress shown up to the last set of photos above, has taken exactly 2 and a half years. Progress since then has not been as good as I want but I had stopped them working on the car because I had them working on my 1960 Pontiac 4 door hard top.