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  1. Thanks for the input. I appreciate it. Maybe I can make a deal.
  2. Is there any way to adjust the brake shoes in on these? I usually do that when drums get stuck like this.
  3. Love Summer time fun in my Nomad. My brother even bought me a shirt to match it.
  4. Just wanted to pass this along since my friend ran into this problem on his 1965 Impala. The anchor pin that holds the backing plate to the spindle rusted and he rounded the nut getting it out. Since this is the stem that also holds the brake shoe springs he wanted to get a new one. He found this was NOT an easy task. I thought I had one to give him from a 1965 Chevelle spindle but the diameter was different. He found one for sale for $40 on Ebay and had to buy it. Think of all those anchor pins that got tossed when people did diak brake conversions.
  5. Hello. I am looking for a 1959 Chevrolet Impala convertible. I am not concerned about matching number motor and transmission or paint condition. This is a car for my father to enjoy and drive. I would be thrilled to find a family owned car that the owner wants to make sure it goes to a good home and they can visit whenever they want. Please email or send leads to Jason. Call or text anytime. 330-720-6129 email: jrmauro85@gmail.com
  6. It is sad to see but there is a younger generation out there that wants nothing to do with ANY classic car. I feel that when I am out cruising there are younger people who stop and stare and it seems like they are curious but don't know how to approach someone because millennials and below only communicate via text messaging! If you see the youth out encourage them and these prices will increase.
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