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  1. Your firing order is 1 8 4 3 6 5 7 2 The hold down clip in the back towards the firewall lays between #4 and #8. The next one to the right, or toward the drivers side is #1. Distributor rotation in counter clockwise. Hope this helps.
  2. I was wondering if it was for your MB. I one I restored that needed that Willard showed with you at Spring Charlotte these last two years, so I recognized your name. Your MB is very well done! That battery I bought came from George Baxter at Army Jeep Parts, so there would be a great place if you need to go that route. Good luck!
  3. Recently bought a couple of their batteries and both took about 4 to 5 weeks for delivery. Quality was superb so I figured it was worth the wait. I can't say I ever had issues reaching them on the phone. About two years ago I needed one of their Willard batteries for a MB Jeep and was in a rush. Jeep parts vendor stocked their batteries, but I paid $40.00 more for it. You may want to check a parts vendor of your vehicle type if you're pushed to get one.
  4. It was a Victoria Coupe, blue with black fenders.
  5. K8096, Last week I posted on here if anyone had heard of Hydrostatic Brakes and was starting to wonder if anyone did or maybe even cared, especially marontar since he was doing the original inquiring. Anyways, I'm glad to see you brought it up! About 20 years ago, or so, I had the pleasure of working on a 1926 Stutz AA Coupe. It was a all original, 52,000 mile car that we found sitting in a barn since 1959. It had already been converted to Lockheed hydraulics at Philadelphia Stutz in the early 30's. I still have the original manual from the vehicle and that is where I first learned of the Hy
  6. Anyone reading this familiar with Hydrostatic Brakes? Rick
  7. No factory Edsel Retactables. I'd say there were several Edsels converted into retractables over the years, as there was even more Edsel Rancheros made up. I believe they would have started out by using the station wagon body to make the retactable and the Ranchero would more than likely started with a '57 Ford Ranchero. I seen one of these made up retactables years ago. Rick
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