Lahti35

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About Lahti35

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  1. Beautiful! Did you buy that out of the north east a few years ago by chance?
  2. Looking for a good '59 Studebaker Lark, close to Michigan. Needs to be running and in good shape. I'm casting the net for a car to do some touring with this summer so I also have wtb ads for a rambler or a 1920-30's Dodge or Pontiac. Thanks!
  3. I saw this just after it was listed last night. A conversation with the seller has the reserve set at 25k. Cool ride!
  4. Beautiful car Andy, outside of my budget but thanks for the reply!
  5. Looking for a 1920-1931 era Dodge Brothers or Pontiac in good running/driving condition for some touring this coming summer... No projects please, stock cars only in VG+ or better condition. Thanks!
  6. Interesting... perhaps the heat from the nearby exhaust helped it spread out...
  7. I thought i'd go check out a Nash 600 I ran across recently... the seller sent me the attached photo of the engine and I noticed the black goo seeping from the passenger side of the head gasket (circled in red about the exhaust pipe)... Being this is a Nash and the intake is part of the head and runs all along that side of the block I wonder if this is a combination of running rich/excess fuel/intake grime creeping out. Anyone seen this before? It reminds me of the goo I see around the base of a carb that's been leaking for along time... The engine is reported to run excellently... I will of course be on the lookout for coolant in the oil/oil in the coolant etc... According to the seller the car does not smoke in the slightest.
  8. If I may ask, where did you get the paint for your block and do you have a code for the color?
  9. Interesting, thanks. A quick search of ebay turned up a surprising number of NOS parts. Learn something new everyday... Cool car!
  10. Where does a 1931 Desoto sit on the '31 car market... somewhere in the middle? Comparable in luxury/features to a Model A, Buick, or something more pricey? Were they a working man's car or would you have to be slightly better off to buy one new?
  11. Chrysler deal part deux! https://fortwayne.craigslist.org/ctd/d/wawaka-1950-chrysler-highlander/7025212804.html
  12. Must be because of its project status... Lord knows I've had a heck of a time trying to sell any of my projects, doesn't matter how high the work quality is. If its not a running driving car interest seems to be thin these days. I see a nice roadster with a lot of work already done. This would be a dream compared to other cars I've worked on!
  13. The carb caught my eye also... looked like a newer replacement....