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Hans1

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  1. The disolved sugar does indeed "cook" in the internal areas with latent high heat, carb, fuel line, fuel pump......... Bought a nearly new Ford '57 Taunus from a Junk yard in '63. It had been "suggared". Would partially run using pepsi bottle with gas slowly poured into carb. Took off carb, soaked it in hot water and other things more volitile. Carb kit, and cleaned fuel pump and drained gas tank. Got it running and used probably 40 gas line filters to keep stuff from getting to carb, or so I thought. It became a very reliable second car, until distribut
  2. definately not a 30, 31 Essex.
  3. I just called Tom, can you picture them beside a ruler? His belting is 1 1/2 inches wide, will it fit in the opening. Perhaps picture one of each of the smaller and larger one's side by side Thank you Hans
  4. Thank you I forwarded your response to Tom Legbandt, who I put the request in for. My question: Would you have a pair of your items?
  5. Since you live close, take a car friend or two to get multiple views/' opinions on condition.
  6. The 2 door car in the foreground, appears to be a 1927 ESSEX. Rear brakes, no front brakes, cowl light on A post, shape of Head light bucket, single belt line on body only-not on cowl or hood, louvers on hood side. and Gas cap location. Just my thoughts..................!
  7. they still accept my credit card
  8. If you check it to see if it works, could be worth more that way.ship. Many list things as un tested, so you could be ahead of that type of salesmanship.
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