KLF

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  1. I'm needing the left inside door handle. I expect it's the same as used on other Chrysler products of the era. The picture is of the right side one that I have. Thanks Ken
  2. Good going Nelson. It will be a wonderful car when done. I have a CM6 roadster that I bought this summer. Don't have any extra of the parts you need but I'll watch out for them. Ken
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    '39 CHRYSLER TRANSMISSION OILS

    The overdrive part is what makes this question a bit different. I run a 38 Chrysler o/d trans in my car. I too wonder what oil to use. I've been using standard gear oil. I think it is 75-140. The o/d works fine in the summer but doesn't always want to release in the winter when it's colder out. I expect this oil is too heavy. Otherwise it shifts great and sounds great. Ken
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    Buying a new car or truck in Canada?

    The speedo isn't an issue. You can switch from KM to miles through the magic of the truck computer. there's a button on my GMC steering wheel for that. Ken
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    Glidden Tour -- Twin Falls, Idaho

    We're waiting for the pictures!! Sounds like a wonderful tour. Ken
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    brake drums for 30's cars

    Thanks guys for the suggestions. Ken
  7. Thanks Keiser. I forgot to say they are 5 stud wire wheels. I'll give Bob a call.
  8. I'm doing the brakes on my 31 Chrysler CM6 right now and would like to find better drums. Mine have been turned quite a bit and some have heavy pitting that's too deep to get out. If I can't find better drums what are my options? Can the drums be built up and machined to size? Is anyone making repro drums?? Ken
  9. I'm going thru the brakes on my car right now and discovered I could really do with better drums. Maybe the same as other models. Pt# 320523. thanks Ken
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    A Different Way to Enjoy Your Old Car

    That sounds like my kind of tour tour. I don't do car shows. Last May on the Nickel Tour we climbed Hurricane Ridge. 5200 ft elevation from our sea level start. My 11 T loved it. So did I! Best part of the tour. Ken
  11. If you want to come out west we're putting on the Pathfinders Reliability Run June 8th to 16th 2019. This is for cars pre 1920. This is a progressive tour covering over 800 miles. Starting in Rossland British Columbia the tour will visit Washington, Idaho and Montana before returning to Rossland. I'll be taking my 14 Premier. For more information on this, email me through the forum and I'll send you the info. Ken
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    1924-25 Roadster Top Rests (Saddles?)

    I have a number of sets of the hinged clamp style brackets however I don't know if that is what your car used. The picture is for a touring car but I believe I have some for a roadster Ken
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    Car spotting in Victoria B.C.

    Phil Foster was definitely a legend in our area and so was Vern Wellburn. When Vern passed away about 6 years ago we were able to buy the very original 1911 Model 62 Stanley from the estate. We are the 8th owners of this car and it now lives here Surrey BC. We've toured over 2000 miles in it. One correction though, the Stanley was never owned by the Butchart family. The Butchart connection is that one of their employees owned the Stanley and often drove it to work. It was often seen parked at the gardens. Ken
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    Door handle ID

    '34 Plymouth is my guess although it could be '34 Dodge.
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    34 X 4 1/2 tires

    Thanks guys. But they don't have the whitewalls I want. It appears the whitewalls may not be brought in anymore by any of the tire guys. My blackwall tires are good but, you know, I'm a sucker for whitewalls.... Ken