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  1. Chatham, Ontario has the nickname of The Maple City, and not all that far from Detroit
  2. I would strongly suggest replacing them - truthfully for the small cost it's not worth the risk of one failing and there is no way of knowing really how strong they are. They may look good on the outside but weak on the inside. Just my 2 cents. Don
  3. Just throwing this out there but the younger crowd doesn't seem to make as much of a distinction between 2 and 4 doors on these cars - they didn't grow up with 2 door cars the way some did and it's harder and harder to find 2 doors in decent shape to work with so if they are after a particular model and year they are more willing to take a 4 door. As an added bonus as VictoriaLynn has pointed out this is a real BelAir
  4. Not exact but I think this might be a vintage Stewart Warner panel - found this image off THE HAMB https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwi-tITZ7Y3nAhWWZ80KHWo5DrUQjRx6BAgBEAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.jalopyjournal.com%2Fforum%2Fthreads%2Fstewart-warner-accessory-gauge-panel.1145485%2F&psig=AOvVaw0l6ZxzBezgHCrYIxFjc_sM&ust=1579461142833049 Lots of descriptions of Auburn style
  5. Depends on where you are located - I'm not sure if he can do an e-transfer to the US but that's the way a lot is done here in Canada. Only costs a buck to send the money and no cost to the recipient. Never know someone might be travelling by close to both of you and would be willing to move the tires. Good luck to both! Don
  6. Thank you to both of you again and now I have the measurements of the diameter being 2.25 inches and the pitch is 18. I don't have a gauge near as nice as the one shown above but it now justifies keeping this tap and die set handy on the bench
  7. Story of my life, a day late and a dollar short - I had every intention of getting those measurements yesterday and then again today while I was at the shop, even though about it too while I messing around with something else and just got home and remembered what I forgot to do!
  8. Ok thank you, that's a term that I do know - just learned something!
  9. I will get the diameter tomorrow, but you'll have to help me out by what you mean by the pitch? It's just not a term that I'm familiar with Don
  10. I have no idea what this is off of. I've tried searching the Stant part number of 2465 with no luck. It has a patent date of 10-2-23. The perspective with the ruler didn't quite turn out the way that I thought it would but the cap has an outside diameter of about 4 inches and you twist the top to unlock it. I just noticed the set screw to lock it on once it has been threaded to what ever it is that it fits. This was a piece my father picked up at Hershey a couple of years ago. Any help is appreciated.
  11. I'm not sure if this is a good price or not but seems to be at $1000 CDN or roughly $750 US, this is located about an hour over the border from Port Huron, Mich https://www.kijiji.ca/v-engines-and-engine-parts/london/1936-packard-straight-8-engine-front-rear-bumpers-4-tires/1481150998
  12. Greg is absolutely correct. Here's a 59 Austin Cambridge
  13. Being a Canadian car I've looked for an Envoy to see if it matched since GM sold them under that name in Canada, however, so far no luck with a match
  14. And it comes with it's own tow rope!