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Mark T Boldry

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  1. Maybe this link will work… https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.611042745607849.1073741839.108448045867324&type=3 Mark
  2. I posted about this car recently on another thread concerning a 1928 chrysler 72 Royal Sedan. It has been suggested that this Roadster should have a thread of it's own.. I will endevour to run this side by side with our Facebook page which will carry the majority of pictures. We've just taken in a 1928 Model 72 Roadster for recommissioning. The car has been in the same family ownership since circa 1932 and has been off the road in a shed since 1952. They now would like to have some use out of the old girl. The engine is partly dismantled having 'run' No1 big end bearing, whilst the cylinder bo
  3. I have already started a thread on the Facebook page mentioned in my first posting, there are circa 250 pictures of the car so far, however, I'm happy to run a separate thread here but it won't be as comprehensive... Time available to write and post so many duplicate pictures being the main limiting factor. Mark.
  4. And nearly a Year on from the last posting... Hi guys, I'm new to this forum, so please allow me to get involved slowly.. We've just taken in a 1928 Model 72 Roadster for recommissioning. The car has been in the same family ownership since circa 1932 and has been off the road in a shed since 1952. They now would like to have some use out of the old girl. The engine is partly dismantled having 'run' No1 big end bearing, whilst the cylinder bores are in superb condition, the pistons have been left out and in the elements and are badly corroded. I see in the body of this thread, Dodge pistons m
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