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About nickg112

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  • Birthday 09/01/1948

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    Clinton Township, MI
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    Love classic cars. The engineering changes over the years are fun to see. The more I learn, the more I realize how little I know

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  1. I am not sure. Everyone has a lot of good ideas. I will keep everyone posted as I get this fixed.
  2. Only get the miss in 4th gear. Never get the miss at lower speeds or in 1st, 2nd or 3rd gear.
  3. I believe RPM has nothing to do with the issue. That I am sure of. Only get the miss, under load and in 4th gear
  4. Those are all good ideas. I actually was planning on buying a new fuel pump. That is an easy fix. I am hoping that it is not the carb since I did rebuild it. I am not sure where the oillite filter is in the tank. Funny that I did not see it when I cleaned the tank out. You are not talking about the filter at the end of the fuel sending unit, are you? Thank you
  5. I have a 1952 Chrysler Town and Country Station Wagon, 265 CID six cylinder engine with the Fluid-Matic Drive Transmission that I recently purchased. It was in storage for over fifty years. The car sat for years. It is all original. I changed all fluids, dropped oil pan and cleaned, cleaned fuel system including dropping and cleaning the gas tank, rebuilt carburetor, did brakes and went through electrical. Also did complete tune up. The engine starts right up and runs smooth and is very quiet. No hesitation during acceleration while car is in neutral. It does not miss or backfire. My issu
  6. Can anyone please tell me the differences between a standard and a deluxe model on a 1935 4 door sedan? Trying to identify a real one from the factory to an upgraded one. Any help is appreciated.
  7. I am having problems with my front door locks. Not sure if my issue is the lock/tumbler or the latch assembly. Something broke with previous owner and I am not sure where the problem lies. I removed the latch mechanism and cleaned and oiled it. It is no longer jammed. I can rotate the mechanism with a screw driver on the bench. The actual lock mechanism will rotate 275 degrees or 3/4 of a turn. My lock/tumbler rotates 360 degrees or one full turn before key can be removed. Obviously the two are not compatible. Once everything is assembled, I cannot remove the key because t
  8. I am attaching some photos to try to identify the parts that I found in my oil pan. I have a 47 Hudson Pickup with a 1954 engine. It is a 6 cylinder 308. I know little about the history. Engine seemed to be running good but my oil warning light went for the first time yesterday. I dropped the oil pan and it had ½ inch of sludge. I am cleaning the oil pan and pickup screen leading to the oil pump. At the bottom of the oil pan I found the two parts as shown in the photos. They are about .012 inch thick and seem to be made out of spring steel. Looks like I can see these same r
  9. According to EMS Sheet metal, there are slight differences in the Pontiac. I have attached a couple of photos. All I know is this panel is exactly what I need. Thanks for the replies
  10. It looks close but hard for these guys to measure because of compound angles. I would think that if it was an exact fit, that they would say it was in their literature and advertising. I am hoping that someone out there can tell me that they have used a 52 Chevy quarter and it works. Thanks
  11. Does anyone know if the rear quarter is the same on a 1952 Pontiac and a 1952 Chevrolet? I have a 1952 Pontiac Chieftain 2 door hardtop and need a lower front rear quarter. See photos below
  12. Thanks for all the advice. I will try a detergent oil.
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