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  1. Thanks John Hess I’ll most likely be going that route with fenders. Rhinodriver thank you as well I appreciate the picture.
  2. It's been a little over a month and progress has been slow on my goal to get this Chieftain back on the road. The good news is the drag link has been replaced thanks to Kornkurt and some general tune up items as well. As I continue to go through the car I have noticed that the fuel/vacuum pump was only connected to 3 lines leaving one of the vacuum connections open. Would any of you have insight on where the line would go? Also can the front fenders be removed without the fender skirt or must it all be pulled out as one?
  3. Thanks John Hess and Gary F I’ll take all the info and help to bring this machine back to life. Odometer reads 43,000 and it was last started a year ago. So I’m optimistic that I can get it back on the road.
  4. Hello everyone I recently joined the Pontiac family with the purchase of a 1949 Chieftain. The car is currently not running and I have a repair manual on the way to help bring it back to working order. According to the former owner the tow truck driver attached to something he wasn't supposed to and broke it. I'm currently trying to identify the part but I'm having difficulty finding a diagram to pinpoint the exact part number. I have attached a picture looking straight back from the front of the car. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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