cjmarzoli

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  1. I recently purchased a 1931 8-67 Sedan. I am new to ownership of 1930's vintage cars. Car has sat for many years and most of the fluids should be changed. Any suggestions as to what types of fluids should be used for: motor oil, radiator coolant, transmission oil, rear axle lube? Better to use "standard" green antifreeze or "extended life" green, or something else? thank you.
  2. I recently purchased a 1931 8-67 Sedan. I am new to ownership of 1930's vintage cars. Car as has basically sat unused since 1992, although it has been started occasionally. What should i do in terms of the factory oil filter? Based on the manual, there is no replaceable element in it, the entire unit was replaced back in the day. What do people do now in terms of replacement? Is there a correct reproduction unit? Could I/Should I install a modern, spin on, universal oil filter in the circuit and how difficult would that be? thanks
  3. I need to source a couple rim bolts for a 1931 Series 60 with 19" standard wood wheels. These are the bolts that attach the outer rim to the wheel itself. I have the nuts and brackets. Any suggestions? Is there anything unique about them or could i fashion them out of standard hardware store bolts? thanks.
  4. The 8-67 is 179" in length with rear mount spare, bumpers on and no trunk. I know because I recently bought one and measured it prior to purchase to verify it would fit in my garage space. I know this post is aged but in case anyone was still wondering.... I have most other exterior measurements also if anyone wants them.