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13CADDY

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  1. You might try Green Sales in Cincinnati ohio--513-731-3304--they buy out old Ford parts from dealerships--Tom
  2. Did you buy enough extra to practice with ? Tom
  3. is that molding the one the goes around the roof insert ? Tom
  4. I've been trying to find instructions on how they hookup at the streering box end---Tom
  5. If you're just doing touch-up & not a respray, i've had good luck with fingernail polish--it's cheap & comes with its own brush--Good luck
  6. I brought my last repair job home when I realized I was being charged for them to learn on my car- they had no idea what they were doing--
  7. How about going to your local autoparts/bodyshop supply store--they may be willing to help--#1,don't call , walk in & b/s,ask some questions, ask about the products--#2 walk in & don't call, to easy to blow you off on the phone--if your lucky one of the employes may do work on the side or be able to hook you up with some one--explain that your panel painting & the whole car won't be in the way--good luck--Tom
  8. if you get time, give N.C.Industries a call-they're in Sayre, Pa.18840---phone is570-888-6216---Bob is a real good guy,works with you the best--they have some patterns in stock--he made a new frame for my 32 Studebaker, then I sent it to the wrong plater, well you know the answer to that----good luck---Tom
  9. Keiser, you're right again--I've got a 22 in the basement, looks just the same--
  10. My 23 Light Six Touring had plugs also---Tom
  11. not really, but got to start somewear--look close to what I made--Tom
  12. Robt., how many do you have ?? Tom
  13. How about running board mldgs? I made something close to fit in my 32 st. regis----Tom
  14. it's experience verses price--why pay the cheap labor bill when your paying them to learn on your car--may take them 4 times longer to learn ve sending it to Penn/Dutch to do the job in 1/4th the time & having it finished--I've learned the hard way, had the tra in and out of my car 3 times, it still won't shift,but I had too pay each time--Tom
  15. got a pair of side mount clamps--fresh castings--both match--came with a bunch of other Stude. parts--no wing nuts--they'll need to be finished off--I can bring to Hershey so you can look T them--let me know--Tom
  16. Ted, well, you going to make it ?? sure hope so for your sake--see you on the show field Saturday--Tom
  17. Steve, there will be charging stations in the fields ? Tom
  18. I take mine back to the room every night & plug it in--I always take a extra pair of batteries, their not hard to change-I carry a wrench & ratchet in the tool box--good luck--Tom
  19. Great car--looks just perfect---I like the blue & black together---Tom
  20. thanks for the look--appreciate your look--Tom
  21. need a wheel puller for my 1919 Studebaker rears--can't break the axle loose from the hub--thanks,Tom 2 & 1/2 with 12 gauge threads
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