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About 50SedanDelivery

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    Canadian Ex-pat. living 20 yrs.in the US with my Cdn. '50 Pontiac SD owned since 1975, currently re-restoring.
  1. You could try www.truckandcarshop.com (800) 235-2470 They sell a 49-52 chevy tank # 49-101240 that may fit for $149 Murray
  2. U-Ship.com is sometimes a better choice to get something like that across the country. I had a 239 6 cyl. and trans delivered that way when no one else would touch it.
  3. Hi rick Canadian and US 239 c.i. 6 cyl. engines are the same so anything from US repro suppliers will work. I recently got that std.trans mount on Ebay as a NOS item and there were several others on auction. The '40-48 version looks the same but I believe is slightly different. You can also have your clutch pressure plate resurfaced.
  4. Here's a link to a tech article on rebuilding the steering box out of the car. It mentions that there is a centering mark on the steering shaft from the factory. If it's only matter of steering wheel alignment then simply pull the steering wheel and re- align, but if you have a lot of play in the center position you'll need to adjust the worm and sector. The wrench referred to is simply a large wrench to loosen the big thin worm gear adjustment nut at the end of the column. You can loosen it with a punch. The article will make it clearer. http://www.chevytalk.org/fusionbb/showtopic.php?tid/225413/
  5. The same throwout bearing and transmission mount are available at : www.ChevsoftheForties.com
  6. There is also a very good bulletin board for our Canadian made beauties. You're not alone out there!! www.CanadianPoncho.activeboard.com
  7. Jason Did you ever get an answer to this? I have one on a donor engine. I can check it for you if you PM me. Murray
  8. There is also a forum for us Canadian Pontiac owners at: http://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/
  9. Hi Wilhelm: If you still need a set of the "sombrero" wheel covers, I have a set I bought but cannot use as the Canadian Pontiacs had a different rim (actually Chevrolet) and they use a different 'dog dish' hubcap. They are the same as the earlier link posted: http://www.cars-on-line.com/photo/58...ont58178-1.jpg You can private message me.