Alex D.

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About Alex D.

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  • Birthday 01/23/1952

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  1. Can you post some pictures of this "Detroit Lubricator model 51, type r-13-2 downdraft" ?
  2. Thanks for sharing that video. I have been attending that show for 10 years and this is the first year I had to miss due to a family event. It made me feel like I was there. Thanks
  3. The fenders with the double bead look like 1932 Cadillac.
  4. Try this company, I found the correct size belt (no cogs) for my 32 cadillac at a fraction of the cost that a vender was asking. Alex D.
  5. I once had a 1929 Nash model 440 with the twin ignition 6. It was a very smooth running engine. At idle you can balance a nickel on the valve cover without it falling. I remember the wood in the roof was difficult to repair and it had some of the lowest grade pot metal I had ever seen, other than that it was a fine automobile.
  6. Also note the 1932 Cadillac gauge cluster. Did Auburn have deep foot wells? Looks like an awkward driving pasition.
  7. It has been about 10 years since I had my F350 with the 7.3. If I recall correctly there is a nylon bushing on the clutch pedal linkage under the dash that wears out. This could prevent the clutch from engaging completely and also activating the start switch. I would buy a couple at a time for their life span was about 10000 miles. You may want to check this out before going to extremes.
  8. WTB the free wheeling pedal that mounts under the toe board on the 1932 Cadillac. I have the control valve and the power cylinder, I just need the pedal assembly. Alex D.
  9. No brass pipe. They look like some sort of stand-off with 1/2-13 thread. They came with some odd bumper parts but it is possible some plumbing parts were thrown in the mix.
  10. These parts came to me in a parts lot. I have no idea what they are for or what they go to. All but 2 have new chrome. I would like to pass these on to someone that may need them. Alex D.
  11. Fyreline, such tiny hands you have. Does take both to hold a spoon?