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Tim Wolfe

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  1. The casting numbers are very hard to read looks like 303975 4 or 808975 4. manifold has a 1/8" pipe threaded hole on bottom for a drain tube, later models had a larger hole for a fumer. I can send you a picture if I can get an email address or cell number.
  2. Another leaked showed up! Looking for an intake manifold for a 218.6 cu. in. 1930 Chrysler model 70
  3. Jay Astheimer might have parts for your car. astheime@ptd.net He has an ad in the WPC magazine.
  4. I bought a wiring harness from Rhode Island Wiring years ago for a 1930 Model 70. Came with very easy to read schematics and was fairly simple to install.
  5. True that the engine does run very warm, I use water wetter and that helps. A radiator shroud would really help but I show for points. Keeping the engine tuned up helps a lot too. I do not run a thermostat. I have driven up to 50 miles, car hates parades! I have a spare 268 cu in engine that I'll check behind he water pump. I'm still looking for an intake manifold for a 218 with a downdraft can. Using JB Weld on mine .
  6. True that the engine does run very warm, I use water wetter and that helps. A radiator shroud would really help but I show for points. Keeping the engine tuned up helps a lot too. I do not run a thermostat. I have driven up to 50 miles, car hates parades!
  7. I have two Chrysler 218.6 engines and they do not have a plate behind the pump.
  8. Do you have any more info on how to contact him? vinchry didn't bring him up.
  9. Looking for an intake manifold for a 1930 Chrysler model 70, must be for early production 218.6 engine with downdraft carburetor. No cracks, I have one of those!
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