frank29u

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    1929 U 4dr Sedan #Y089WE

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  1. for what it's worth, my '29 Ply gasket was paper, approximately 1/16" thick. '
  2. I might be misunderstanding, but I would get your finish criteria from Bill/Uvira. This might save you a few $$ and provide the finish he prefers. Can't see new Al over new Ag.
  3. a few years back, but you get the "picture"
  4. I prefer keeping the split in the rim up. Lessens the chance of water getting in when washing.
  5. Here's what your '29 Plymouth contact looked like. The insulation was disintegrating on mine, too. Looked like rubber or plastic to me. frank
  6. Woo Hoo! What Fun - good for you!
  7. Moving out of garage, could you use the engine as the brake? Not running, in reverse to back down the hill and then chock the wheels? Completely unfamiliar with your master cylinder, but I was advised to use brake assembly lube on all rebuilds. I'm guessing you used this too. Your work is amazing. Good luck. frank
  8. Great work. I'm appreciate the expertise folks have here. Hope Florence is kind to you, yours and everyone else in her path.
  9. I used Red-Kote on my Kingston. Purchased locally. http://damonq.com/red-kote.html
  10. For what it's worth, I like the polished. Great work you're doing. frank
  11. Don't recognize your tank, but here's a picture of my Kingston.
  12. Congratulations! What a thrill that was. So special to have your granddaughter there.