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  • Birthday 08/29/1959

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  1. Thanks Jim & Marv for the info....I have my usual parts web sights and books and I couldn't find info on these fuel pumps... Marv, I will google these AC numbers...Thanks Hopefully I can find a good home for these pumps....
  2. I have these 3 fuel pumps I wish to ID....Hopefully someone can help...THANKS Steve M The first 2 pics are from an AC pump with the number 9415 on the flange.. The next 3 pics are from an AC pump with 1812 on the flange... The next 2 pics are from an AC pump with 1523770 on the flange... the last pic is all 3 pumps
  3. Thank you for spending the time to look them up, I have books and CD's and I couldn't find that part number...STEVE M
  4. 2 3/4 long by 1 inch wide each end, hole is 1 inch largest diameter to 15/16 smallest diameter, total width outside hole 1 1/4 , 3/8 thick
  5. I'm going thru some parts to sell and I was wondering if anyone can help Identify these 2 Mouldings I have GM part number 4114232 So far I believe they are from the early 40's......Thanks SM
  6. I was at the Henry Ford Museum a few weeks ago, here are a couple of pictures I got...…....STEVE M
  7. 1st picture of my wife and I with the 56 back in 2016, 2nd picture is at the 2019 Auburn Indiana Grand National, 3rd picture of the truck in front of it's garage. We are also Very Very Happy that we made it in next years AACA Calendar...:) STEVE & TERRI MAVEAL
  8. Ted, When I put my truck up on stands the Rear stands go under the Rear End Housing and the front I use wood Blocks to go under the straight axle were it bolts to the leaf springs...….The truck sits just like it does on the ground only the tires are off the ground about an inch..... I can go thru the gears and hit the brakes and turn the front wheels during the winter months in the garage, instead of just parking it......It's Been working good for me all these years...... STEVE M
  9. Northern Michigan winters arrive usually by November and stays till the end of March, for winter I put my truck on stands in October then I can run it at least once a month thru the gears to keep the oils flowing, I have an exhaust hose I run out the garage door, it's kept in a climate control Log garage, I run a programable dehumidifier that controls the humidity until the temps get to 45 degrees for a high, that's what my furnace thermostat is set at 45 degrees unless I'm doing things in the garage then I turn the heat up, I use NON ETHONAL fuel and I keep a battery tender on the battery al
  10. Thanks Jack, Hopefully these parts can find a New home....:)
  11. Thanks for identifying these, they did come out of a Pontiac Cadillac dealership...
  12. Can someone tell me what Vehicle these parts are for? I believe one is a crank hole cover and the stainless bezels I'm not sure of, the bezel measures 7x 2 3/4 the crank cover 8 x 2 1/4 NO PART NUMBERS I've been going thru and inventorying my NOS parts I need to sell since I retired ...Thanks for any help ….STEVE M
  13. I look at it this way.....It took me 10 years to restore my truck, ( DONE in 2102) in that ten years I had to take 2- 401K loans to finish the truck, lots of hours finding parts, working on it in my garage and at the body shop, It's not a Rare Vehicle but it's my vehicle that I spent lots of hours on to get it to the level it is, I want to get the next 10 years with my restoration BACK enjoying showing the vehicle and keeping it to (THE END RESULTOF BEING FINISHED) and by doing that I will be trailering the 56 truck to AACA and VCCA shows for others to appreciate to see the 10 years I put int
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