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  1. So far, nobody has forgings with that tall of compression height, so they would have to be billet. I figured I'd try the slim chance someone has an aftermarket set on the shelf. Ed, we had a conversation about pistons at Amelia, I had the 14' Lozier parked 2 trailers down from you.
  2. Looking for a set of .030” over pistons for a 1927 Model 36. The cheapest new set so far is $1,600 including rings and pins. Just checking all my options to help the customer out. Bore = 4.030” Compression Height = 3.250” with dome Dome = .250” Pin = 1.080 currently
  3. What is the proper top material for a 27' 120 Series Sedan? The easy choices are long grain, short grain, and smooth grain. I like the smooth grain the best, but we always try to install what is correct for the car. Thank You, Jeff Keysor Keysor Automobile Works Bouckville, NY
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