Richard Dryman

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  1. PLEASE NOTE THAT I AM SIGNING OUT AS 'RICHARD DRYMAN' AND SIGNING IN AS 'FRANKLIN31'. THAT WAS MY NAME EARLIER (AND I FORGOT THAT--HAPPENS WHEN YOU HAVE TOO MANY BIRTHDAYS & HAVE BEEN AWAY FROM THE FRANKLIN FOR A WHILE). SORRY !! DIFFERENT MEMBER NAME--SAME PERSON --SAME '31 VICTORIA BROUGHAM.
  2. Ace Hdwr: 1 oz>> 5.99 Walmart 4oz>> 13.72 Online prices Another comment: If you are buying #14 and #12 wire, etc to make your own loom, etc. Be aware of the aluminum wire that is copper clad; much cheaper than pure copper, but NOT good. My 2¢.
  3. Just a note that I have wire wheels I bought with my 1931 151 Vic that has and still has wooden wheels. I am not going to put the wire wheels on the car now. Wheels are rusty so they would have to be painted, not chromed; have 5 wheels, rings and the brake drums and I think 3-4 hubcaps that need restored also. Tires or flaps not installed. The drums are connected to the wheels. SO, If you get close to Greensboro NC and want to see them sometime, give me a call/email. Really don't want to get into discussion now about them & I am not going to entertain shipping now. Just remember that I have them. Of course, the club now has new drums if any of mine are bad---haven't slightest idea, haven't looked at them in 18 years. My car is shown on the Club Website under 'Pictures' and 'Franklins by Year of Mfr.': 1931 Victoria Brougham (one of few)
  4. Here is the K & N I have had on my '31 Vic for many years. All you do is get neck size; etc. EDIT: PLEASE NOTE THAT I AM SIGNING OUT AS 'RICHARD DRYMAN' AND SIGNING IN AS 'FRANKLIN31'. THAT WAS MY NAME EARLIER (AND I FORGOT THAT--HAPPENS WHEN YOU HAVE TOO MANY BIRTHDAYS & HAVE BEEN AWAY FROM THE FRANKLIN FOR A WHILE). SORRY !! DIFFERENT MEMBER NAME--SAME PERSON --SAME '31 VICTORIA BROUGHAM.
  5. Know this is several months late but am getting back to working on my '31 Vic. Mine had the right side light on it when I bought the car. Photo may or may not be of interest. Now if I had a red lens for the yellow one !! It is constructed as the left one.
  6. Tks Paul. I just decided to tap the script holes rather than put lock washer and nut on inside; much easier than holding a lock washer and nut with a magnet to start. Think the screw that I originally had to install this with was a 5-40 but 6-32 would fit tapped. My car is definitely not concours, but don't think anyone would tell the difference in diameter of screw heads; almost the same. In fact, that script is probably the best thing about the whole car !!lol EDIT>> PLEASE NOTE THAT I AM SIGNING OUT AS 'RICHARD DRYMAN' AND SIGNING IN AS 'FRANKLIN31'. THAT WAS MY NAME EARLIER (AND I FORGOT THAT--HAPPENS WHEN YOU HAVE TOO MANY BIRTHDAYS & HAVE BEEN AWAY FROM THE FRANKLIN FOR A WHILE). SORRY !! DIFFERENT MEMBER NAME--SAME PERSON --SAME '31 VICTORIA BROUGHAM.
  7. I just installed my script today. Tapped the script for 6-32 screw to secure; that based on the holes on each end that was already in my new repo script. Worked fine but do not know if this is standard.
  8. yes, 12 feet. And the straps keep the suspension from extending too far that it worried me(double elipiticals you know). Sorry, didn't get a notification of this earlier.
  9. about 1/2 way down you will see my Franklin up on a two post lift. https://goo.gl/photos/wzbSaLsr5VuFEU2NA