KyleMiller

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About KyleMiller

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  • Birthday 03/27/1981

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    I have a Four year BS from McPherson College in Automotive Restoration and Business Management.
  1. It looks like it will be headed to Lincoln, NE. Hopefully it will be appreciated for what it is.
  2. I think what your referring to, is the switch mechanism to the "FreeWheel" drive option. I assumed they all had it....
  3. I hear you there. It's always a game. I've seen the game played different ways with different results. I think your right, my father even told me when I listed it, that I always tell him to start low and let it build interest. I'm not sure why I started it high, only that I paid more for it than my starting bid and I put $2000 in it after that. Also, I'm not sold on selling it.... I do love it, but should I let it and my '76 Bronco sit in storage 3500 miles away for 3-6 years?..... Tough decision. I thought I'd relist it before and after Hershey. My thinking is, maybe Hershey will spark some more interest for the prewar cars.
  4. It's mine. I'd like it to find a home that keeps it in original form, but once you sell something, you no longer have a say in it's future....
  5. I was contacted about a thread I have posted for parts wanted here on the Forum. The Scammer sent an official looking AACA notification email. They claimed to be Jim Cooke, member name: jc81, email: jimcooke851@gmail.com. They said they were parting out a 1932 Dodge (like mine) and asked if I still needed parts. I responded and the conversation led to them asking $550 for the parts with shipping included (Low price for what I was looking for). They then asked for Western Union or Money Gram. I contacted AACA to see if there is such a user, and when they responded, the details the scammer gave did not match up. The Scammer would not send pictures of the parts, and when they did send pictures it was of a car pulled off a Google search. I told them the name of the person who actually owns the car, and I haven't heard from them again. I just wanted to share my experience, in case someone else gets a message similar to mine. Kyle Miller
  6. Thanks. I made that assumption and checked the to make sure the bearings still rolled well, and all is good. I actually bumped it up to 150 ft-lbs and went to the next hole, since the info I have said 142 ft-lbs MINIMUM, and all the Chevy and Ford lit says 200-300 ft-lbs.
  7. I will let you do the leg work in looking up your specific vehicle and application and going through all the options, but I found my answers here for my 1932 Dodge DL 6: Mike's Carburetor Parts My "all original" '32 has a Carter BB2
  8. I have a 1932 Dodge. I need to know the torque specs for the rear axle nut. I have a Motors manual for 1935 that says the 1935 Dodge should have no less than 142 ftlbs. My Chilton's Flat rate manual for 1935 says the 1932 and 1935 Dodge could have the same rear end. Can anyone verify this for me? Either the torque spec, or that the 32 and 35 have the same rear end. Thanks, Kyle
  9. Awesome! Thank you. I'm hoping to keep this car as complete and original as possible. My friends tell me it's not a vehicle they would have expected me to buy, but I just love it!
  10. Hello, I posted this in the wanted section, but I thought I'd try to get a little more attention by posting it here as well. I just bought an Original 1932 Dodge DL Sedan and it is missing a hand full of parts. First, I need the rear bumper overiders. For that matter, I could use another set of bumpers front and rear. Second, I'm not sure what they are called, but I need the hardware for the grab handle cords on the rear door pillar. The same hardware that attaches the cord on the back of the front seat. I could also use some pictures of the cord that hangs on the back of the front seat for fabrication, or a source to buy a replacement. Last, I need a radiator cap, but I'm going to call NC Industries tomorrow, they list one on their website. I will attach a picture of my car, and a picture (from another car) of the parts I need. Thank you, Kyle
  11. Hello, I just bought an Original 1932 Dodge DL Sedan and it is missing a hand full of parts. First, I need the rear bumper overiders. For that matter, I could use another set of bumpers front and rear. Second, I'm not sure what they are called, but I need the hardware for the grab handle cords on the rear door pillar. The same hardware that attaches the cord on the back of the front seat. I could also use some pictures of the cord that hangs on the back of the front seat for fabrication, or a source to buy a replacement. Last, I need a radiator cap, but I'm going to call NC Industries tomorrow, they list one on their website. I will attach a picture of my car, and pictures (from another car) of the parts I need. Thank you, Kyle