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About divebomber42

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  • Birthday 01/19/1962
  1. '41-'48 Oldsmobile 66 & 68 series rode on the 119", GM "A" body shared with the Chevrolet, Pontiac and Buick '41-"48 Oldsmobile 76 & 78 rode on the 122" GM "B" body shared with Pontiac, Cadillac, and Buick '41-'48 Oldsmobile 98 rode on the 125" GM "C" body shared with Pontiac, Cadillac, and Buick
  2. I did not have a pocket full of money either. I did it piece by piece. Eating cup o noodles for lunch and learning how to do a lot of the work myself. I gained confidence in myself as I tackled each process. A lot of of times it I felt like giving up and selling it but who would buy and unfinished car for what I had already invested in it I would go out and look at it and cry in my beer saying what did I do to that poor car all in pieces. Patience and perseverance paid off with a lot of praying too. Because looking for that all elusive part(s) required praying. A lot of us guys know been there done that whether they'll admit or not. But the end result is worth it.
  3. These plates are correct for your car if it was manufactured in calendar year 1942. My '42 is not a blackout model has all the chrome plated and the date codes in the glass are"11-41" So I run the 1941 plate with 1942 tabs.