ALF1920

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  1. It's not just the Chyrsler guys. This photo is from 1968. hopefully he raises the hitch stand.
  2. make sure the dollies are rated adequately for the vehicle weight.
  3. POR-15 was used on my Franklin gas tank after it was cut open and sandblasted. Then follow the sealer mfr's instructions.
  4. 1934 was the last year for the Franklin car.
  5. delivered on 5/28/2019 to Ontario, NY 14519
  6. noting that H & H Fire Apparatus made the fire engine, and they are still around, try contacting them. The original photo is a mfr.'s photo and with the town/city/county available, they should be able to help track down the vehicle specs.
  7. here is a 1950 Ford from H &H Fire Apparatus.
  8. Oliver tractors were more open and less in number
  9. just reading their advertisement. they indicate 2 types of speed units. Power unit? for what?
  10. there is more than just brushing it on. the kit includes 2 base coats, 1 can 6 oz. chrome, deluxe brush, a power unit, 1 pr. gloves, 1 microfiber cloth, and 1 minispeed shape for $299
  11. the haze is the interior items off-gassing in the heat. common. there are ways to clean it with micro-fibre towels, I believe you can find out how to do it on you-tube.
  12. I have a 1933 Franklin with the same problems. Had the liquid drained and sent to a county hazardous waste site. Had the tank opened and sandblasted and then coated with a sealant. The removed metal was soldered back on.
  13. wow!!!!! A loud exhaust pipe for country driving and a small one for the city.
  14. Make sure that the tonnage rating is adequate to raise the vehicle.