Lahti35

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About Lahti35

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  • Birthday 08/26/1980

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  1. He's got a T motor in it, mated to a Chicago auxiliary transmission... cool car.
  2. That was fast! Must have found a good transporter or be in a better part of the country for that sort of thing than up north... usually takes me 4-6 weeks to get a car transported around the rust belt. I'll bet your excited! Heck, I'm excited and I didn't buy it... though I wanted to so bad!
  3. Me too... I can stop doing the math on how much plasma I can afford to sell to purchase that car!
  4. Sorry for you misfortune, sounds like you're getting it all straightened out though, good job! I spent the first 20 years of the car hobby trusting sellers, I'm a slow learner what can I say... and its cost me some cash I wish I had back along with my sense of trust. Keep up the good work!
  5. I wanna buy it so bad but the wallet says no... if this had come along a month ago it would be in my garage, can't win 'em all!
  6. I had the same issue with a 1924 REO with the 4 cylinder F head engine (same engine posted above by Mike), no head to remove so they had to go in from the bottom. There was only one machine shop in the area that had the equipment to do the job.
  7. El Studemino! Looks like some quality work there, the fenders match up good from the front clip to behind.
  8. Last time I got an issue of "Supply Line", the MVPA national magazine, There was a guy selling Israeli surplus tracks as well as other parts here in the US named Gary Hebring or Hebding? Maybe that's the Gary he mentions in the sale ad. They were not cheap but they were available recently.
  9. I love that two tone color scheme on the body. Very nice!
  10. I'd say you could go up to 1922 with the way that touring looks... the fold down windshield disappeared at the tale end of '22... The coupe 2nd from the bottom on the handle could be up to '23.
  11. The grandfather on my neighbor (who used to own the farm I live on) ran a dairy from the 30's-the late 70's... had Divco trucks for the vehicles at one time. Currently all of them are sitting in a junk yard in the area not far from where they earned their keep!
  12. Nope, not that one.... the actor one...
  13. I thought of this the moment I saw the touring game... was great fun when I was a kid. I'll have to pick it up for some touring down memory lane!