leosdad

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About leosdad

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  • Birthday 07/16/1951
  1. I have only been going to the show since the early 80's but I believe this was one of the top 3! Most friendly ever.Thank you Hershey region,I thought it was flawless.
  2. Was not the Dodge also shown in HPOF that year?I recall seeing the old girl before.
  3. Take exit 77 to Route 39 south.Runs right into entrance for show cars at Giant Center.
  4. What show was this??Love the original cars.
  5. People like you are how the hobby started.Not everyone had a garage/workshop to work in.I would rather have a car ,sitting on a paved drive,with a QUALITY fitted car cover at your home than at a storage garage miles away.A lot of us started out working on the driveway.Perhaps the perfect garage will turn up in the future,till then work on it and have FUN
  6. What a fine looking car.That 289 looks lost in ther.I can't help being a little jealous.
  7. About once a month,I wipe down my original paint 57 Bel Air with WD-40.A little shiny to start.but dulls down nicely after a couple of days.Try it on an inconspicous spot and see how you like.At any rate it does wear off.
  8. I had 2 coolant loss problems with my 93 LeSabre.The car only has 65000 miles.The first was the gasket between the throttle body and the intake plenum.It was such a small leak that i could smell the coolant long before i actually saw it dripping.It was turning to steam on the exhaust crossover.The second was the elbow out of the manifold connecting to the bypass hose near the water pump.Mine was plastic and cracked.Worth checking both before doing maifold gaskets again.
  9. My 73 Centurion with a 455 uses a Group 78.A 74 LeSabre should be the same-Have fun
  10. To be honest with you j.w.my Buick never set a check engine code.I changed the TPS on a mechanics advice
  11. Check for a code,but my symptoms on a 93 LeSabre were the same.A new throttle position sensor fixed it