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high sierra

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  1. Looks like I'll try the safe play, SOS. Mine are only 1 1/2" so no big deal. Thanks for the info!
  2. Is there a product or method to clean white walls? I've used fine sand paper on white lettering, but won't attempt on anything else.
  3. 6 cylinder. Hot rods look great, but looking for something period correct. Completed, not into any more projects. Thanks, Larry
  4. Are there modifications available to increase horse power?
  5. Looking for something complete - all parts, with an inline six for original look. Thanks
  6. Does anyone know of any shops in my area that specializes in interiors for late 30s autos; seat covers, door panels, headliners, dash, and gauges. Also, 6 cylinder engine rebuilds?
  7. Re wording a previous post. Does anyone know when the body changed on the 36 to 38 coupes. Read that wood framing in the doors discontinued in 1937. I'm more curious about body design. The 36 looks a bit shorter in the trunk?
  8. How much difference is there in the body styles between 1936 to 1938 coupes? Thanks, Larry
  9. Cpwalter, I agree the hunt is a rush. Just an update, decided not to buy the car. Have to many toys; 61 impala, 66 gto, guitar, and pedal steel. Believe it or not, my wife was actually supportive about buying the 37. Maybe in the future. The coupe I was going to buy looks like a very complete running original in primer, a clean slate. Not cheap, but pay now or pay later. I can pass along info on this car for someone else to enjoy. Pm me.
  10. I don't want to go through again what I just did with my 61 impala. 62 and on have more part selections. I had to scrounge around and pay top dollar for missing parts. Thanks for the help.
  11. New to the forum. Thinking about buying a 1937 coupe. Did they only come with the inline 6 or were 8's available. If so how does it effect what I should pay. What is the on the market as far as reproduction parts; body panels, mechanicals, etc. Thanks, Larry
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