Foggy norm

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  1. Thanks Bill, These wonderful 'new' shell's made of "aircraft metal" didn't last, along with the other aluminium trim.
  2. Anybody have an idea where I may find a radiator and shell for a 26' chevrolet? norman
  3. I'm not much of a chevy guy but those headlight rim's seem large????
  4. Not a member, to really enjoy club's having a driver is nice. Still looking and asking around. Yeah, I'm kinda old school also, compounded with being a bit phone shy. I didn't want to bother anyone on a sunday so I'll try to muster some courage and make a call. Thanks much for the reply....norman
  5. Had a lead on another car, however, I got the impression it was to nice for a part's car. The realization that I might fall in love with it would be an issue; two cars needing part's!! I feel awkward with Club's, my project's seem to be neverending work's in progress, I've had the Caddy since the 1970's and it's been a trip ever since and yet to take one in it...hee hee.
  6. Well Folk, I had a fire in my little workshop and now I'm looking for some very scarce part's for a Fleetwood 7 pass 39 Caddy. The window molding's (wood) and the rear floor heater grill are the most pressing, to locate. At my age, I figured my day's of searching were near there end, these item's may take me to my grave. This was posted in the Caddy forum, however, since I look at almost everything, figured I'd drop a note here for guy's like me. Of course, any help would be greatly appreciated.
  7. Never mind there are no Paddle's! Just recently had a fire in my little workshop and lost some very scarce item from a Fleetwood 7 pass. 39 Caddy. The window frame's/garnish molding's are lost...they were wood. And the floor grill for the rear heater...melted, I believe it was aluminium. There were other part's but these are the most obvious. Any help or leed's would be appreciated.
  8. Are the rubber bushing's down at the connector's there?, I'm not sure how to post any pix.
  9. They show up on ebay, once and again, price's vary. Seems, seller's on the bay don't look to see if an identical item is listed (kinda funny), the same item can sell for 1$ or 100$!
  10. Just checked outside......Good call Michael!
  11. IF you position the drum pin/dowel at the bottom, the wheel will rest on it and the top can be shifted slightly at the top for aligning. Put a couple of bolt's in the top then spin the wheel and continue with the bolt's.
  12. Dave............................hee hee!
  13. I will continue to watch the show, it's fun to watch grown men get stupid. At my age, it remind's me of what we kid's used to do at the corner gas station. Sure, it bother's me when they torch something that's not replaceable, but I also ask myself...where would that car be in a few year's? So far, they haven't hidden the downside of what old car's have instore for a restorer. Watching the car's get cleaned up is nerve wracking, one reason we all hate mice, since everything in texas is big...they have rat's. I do wonder what they do with the old engine's they don't use, usually "stuck". Not a fan of hot rod's, per se, but the 59 Ford turned out pretty nice. IMO the 59 ford was customized, not hot rodded. I also keep in mind, what change's are the new owner's going to do with these car's; since their not in a field somewhere decaying.