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  1. I just tried the even when rotated before uploading they come in upside down, sorry
  2. I am shooting the pics on the iPhone then emailing them to the laptop to post. I will try running them trough the photo storage and rotate them
  3. C Carl is there a place on the forum that I am missing to flip my photos, I hate posting upside down pics. The top is original, no side windows, the bows on the top need some work and new canvas. My father in law is the 3 owner on the car and the milage of about 950 seems to be correct for the wear and tear and from the info he got from the 2nd owner. We got the car with about 750 miles on it, and my FIL bought it just south of Anchorage, AK. and trailered it back to Florida. The first owner lived near Atlanta, Ga. and sent the car to AK. via train and truck in about 28
  4. I have a 1926 Chrysler Model 50 Phaeton 4 cylinder I have no idea on how to find a value on something thins old, In just wasn't gifted it from my wife fathers estate. Sorry about then pics I can't find now to rotate them.
  5. complete set off gaskets ordered from Olson
  6. Thanks wil do on the new nuts and washers. The head didn't have any washers on it and the bottom of the nuts are flared out a little. I will call Olsons Gaskets Monday. I looked on their site and they don't list and Chrysler 4 cyl engines. So still looking for gaskets, 1926 Chrysler M 50 4 cyl
  7. I did use chasing tap and die but they were very loose so some one may have done this before me. The head bolts are 7/16-20 and the chart Spinney posted says 27-36 oiled or dry. I went to 25 then to 30 when I resembled. There was a little compression coming around 2 of the center bolts, but stoped after it warmed up. I made tracings of the head gasket to look for a new one. I will get to looking for them on the site you sent later tonight Keiser. Thanks Jeff
  8. I have a 1926 Chrysler Model 50 4 door Phaeton It has sat for about 5 years in a garage, I just got it started today, new plugs and wires. I had to remove the head to get some vales unstuck. In doing so I how have a leaking head gasket, maybe because I am hot sure of the torque for the head bolts, all of which have had the treads on the stud and nut chased. So any heap on torque and source to find engine gaskets would be great. Thanks Jeff
  9. Thanks, rhode island wiring had what I needed
  10. I have a 1926 Chrysler Model 50 4 cylinder. Looking for a source for replacement plug wires, that would be close to OEM.
  11. If anyone is still watching this post I found the engine number behind the horn stamper into the block. number is 94214 something in front of the number looks like an F so F94214.
  12. Agreed I kinda like keeping it all original. I have thought about making some clamp on LED lights and a 12 volt in the back seat, for the few times I get out after dark.
  13. That is the plan Dave, just to enjoy the car. I see that some folks have converted these cars to a 12 volt system. For easer starting and better lights, I guess. My question on that is what does that do to the value of the car? Not that I expect that is is worth much more than a small fortune any way. I read some place that the model number had to do with the top speed of the car, any comments on that? The fastest I have had the car to is 45MPH, and that is a little scary. Not sure I want to try 58.
  14. Well it is defiantly a 4, the replaced master cylinder makes since, as I had no trouble finding parts to rebuild it a few years ago. I looked and the first number looks like a Y, so what does the Mar. 26 date mean for the YH3 code? Date sold, built, something else? Is there any way to determine where it was first sold at. I will try to get out next weekend and look behind the horn for the engine number.
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