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  1. What years are the engines?
  2. I’ll take the compressor. tell how you wish to proceed. my email: 1938zephyr@gmail.com
  3. Thanks for your replay but am hoping for a step side. Neat truck though.
  4. Would like an original as possible truck. Safety upgrades are ok. Not show quality, just a driver. Rust is ok as long as it’s not too bad. Faded paint, bad seat ,etc is OK. Would like to keep purchase under $4k. Live In East Tennessee.
  5. Thanks very much! Let me do the math and I’ll get back to you.
  6. I no longer belong to the Zephyr club. As I live in the southern part of the US, they never have any shows down here, that I know of. Most of the owner of our beloved cars live either in the northern or west coast of the US. I wish it was otherwise. The other issue is I like reading tech articles as my hobby is building old cars. I saw a lot of beautiful cars but little in the way of restoring them. I’ve given up on hotrodding cars because you basically throw everything away except the body and a few other parts. It’s just sit down with a bunch of catalogs, order what you want, then wai
  7. I tried “zephyrparts” already. He has several late thirties zephyrs. Could make them from brass than chrome plate. Cost was quite high. zephyrdave, I chase the boat thing about five years ago. Can’t remember all the details but I did buy sever long pices of boat trim from a boat manufacture, only to find it had holes in the strips about ever twelve inches. Could you give me a contact so I can try again?
  8. Have found a vendor willing to make the running board, front center and skirt trim for my 1938 coupe. He has a buck from a 1937 coupe but his is unsure as I am if it will fit my 1938. Both are smooth as far as I know. Can someone share the light on this question? Thanks.
  9. This I did not know. Thanks 19tom40.
  10. I built my 39 Packard and wanted artillery wheels but original 38 hub caps. I did this as every unknowing person at car shows would ask what kind of car it was. Packard in 38 had Packard in bold letters on the caps. There is a company in California called Wheelsmith that sold me modern artillery wheels and converted my hubcaps to fit the wheels.
  11. I have not. The plug brand although gone, are not rare. I remember them from my youth. Thought they would good on a vintage car.
  12. Does anyone happen to know what plug number was used in the aluminum head v-12 manufactured by Blue Crown? thanks
  13. It’s at 66k and climbing. Wait to the last few seconds and it will go through the roof. I love it as I’ve got a original 1938 three window Zephyr. Due to ill health most likely not be able to finish it but passing it on might bring in a few pennies.
  14. I don’t know about the 1937, but my 1939 model 110, 6 cylinder has movable grill vents. I changed the radiator out for a pressurized unit so I lost the temperature operated device. I designed a unit that open/closes the vents with vacuum actuator.
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