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  1. John, thank you for the email review, I just sent the following update to Hemmings Motor News Please update the email I just sent to you, I gave you information that was in error. The company is located in Mississippi and their proper name is Classique Cars Unlimited, parts@classiquecars.com. Thank you, Ted As for Tinindian's comments I agree with him, I too have shipped items that cost more to ship that the item is worth. I have no problem charging or paying an appropriate fee; the issue here is gouging because they can. With shipping and HANDLING this fee
  2. At John's suggestion I sent the following email to Hemings Motor News I belong to The Lincoln Forum and just found out I'm not the only person upset with Classic Cars Unlimited, parts@classiquecars.com, I understand they advertise in your magazine and I want you to know about what happened earlier today. I purchased 9 small replacement pieces of rubber each smaller than a 50 cent piece being shipped from Florida to Utah. The box, with the items, can not weigh Two pounds and is probably less than a pound. Their items did not seem cheap but they were what I needed. I complained about
  3. Thanks to all of you who commented, I finally (I hope) found out the answer. There are 9 rubber support devices for the hood; 4 in front, 4 in back by the hinges and 1 in the middle of the cowl just below the rear of the hood. 5 rubber pieces were still in place (4 in front and the center 1 in the rear) I found one of our vendors offered the items I needed, I purchased all 9 of them. The 4 rear locations all have missing rubber, the front two on the fenders and front two at very front of the hood have original rubber. I am very disappointed in Classique Cars Unlimited (parts@
  4. Thank you all for your insights, the Lincoln will not go fast or anywhere until this issue gets fixed. I'll be sure to let you know the results, going to the shop next week. Ted
  5. Super, didn't think of the center latch, thank you! I'll let you know how the next step works, Ted (the car has 33,000 miles on it and there is no rust on the car.)
  6. When traveling at speeds over 50 mph the front corners of the hood lift up and vibrate/flutter. I've adjusted the posts under the corners to be sure they are in place and locate the top of the hood to match the top edge of the fender. Is there something I'm missing, is there a solution out there? All help appreciated, thanks, Ted
  7. Wow! Now I see them! Thanks so much for your help! Ted ☺️
  8. Not a bad idea, I've looked at a lot of front and rear bumpers with no luck..... Anyway, thanks for sharing your thoughts with me, I'll have another look later today. πŸ™‚ Ted
  9. I found these at a Kaiser Frazer 1940s/1950s estate (of course no guarantee that's what they go onto) but no one can identify them. They have part numbers, CB17736 and CB17737 but no luck with them either. All help is appreciated, Ted
  10. Joop, at Stolze Classic Cars, www.stolze classic cars.nl, identified the shocks for us! They go to a 1956 Simca Adonte 1300 Sedan. Our world is definitely getting smaller, an email from Utah and a response from the Netherlands. Pretty cool! Ted
  11. Thanks, Craig. My memory says Simca ended in 1968 after being taken over by Chrysler. Appreciate the help, Ted
  12. πŸ™‚, it's all good, thanks for the help, maybe there's an aficionado in Europe. Again, thanks for the help! Ted
  13. I can't identify this, it appears to belong to a french Simca automobile. There is a number on the box, on one of the inside tabs, 23940 and the german word HAUT. Otherwise there aren't any ID numbers. If there is some way to research what they can be used on I'd appreciate the help. Thank you in advance, Ted
  14. Terrific, thanks for the help, I really appreciate it. Have a great day! Ted
  15. Hello, I've been trying to determine what motorcycle/scooter this goes to but with no success. All help appreciated. The headlight bezel states, Aprilia, ICM1408 PM and the speedo says Veglia and Gilera. See attached pictures
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