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  1. Hi, Do you have a good head for a 1935 Super Eight? Thanks, Myron myronw@cableone.net
  2. I guess he changed his mind... I'm working on building a roadster pickup from a super eight and thought I could modify his irons to fit somehow. Otherwise, I'll probably build a Carson style removable top. Myron
  3. Hi guys, When I was living in California in 1976, I had a chance to buy the 1934 Ford fire engine that had been in the movie "The Birds"... It was owned by a farmer who had rebuilt the motor, pump, and the rest of the drivetrain and used it to spray fruit trees. It had a terrible paint job and needed upholstery; but I could have had it for $600. It was about a one ton chassis size... perfect for parades, and I've kicked myself a million times for not buying it. I even had the money to spare at the time! Keep smiling, Myron
  4. Hi, I'm not sure about your Cadillac; but my '65 GTO covertible wiring diagram says that with power seats, it would be equiped with a forty amp circuit breaker or fuse... It might be a seperate wire from the main loom; but you should be able to trace it back from the switch. Myron
  5. Hi Guys, Thanks for all of the information... I think I have the problem tracked down, but if not at least I know there are people out there who can. Thaks again, Myron
  6. Hi Guys, I'm still working on my "basket case" 1935 Super 8... I started it today and it starts and runs smooth as silk. The problem is that I can't seem to get the carb to stop overflowing. I took the top off before I started it, and the damn needle valve was in backwards, so I thought surely that was the problem. No such luck! Do any of you know a good rebuilder who I could have rebuild the thing again? I had it rebuilt locally, but the fellow who did it is just an old mechanic and had no experience on that specific carb. I can't believe that as well as it runs that it can have very
  7. Hi Guys, I guess this isn't the time to tell about the old fellow who died peacefully in his sleep, in spite of all the screaming and yelling from his passengers... Myron
  8. Hello Restorer 32, What do you have available in the way of top irons and bows. I'm looking for some for a 1935 Super 8 that I'm trying to resurrect from the dead. Any help would be appreciated. Myron PS: I tried to PM you, rather than hijack this thread, but I didn't have any luck.
  9. Hi, I guess I better give you my email address! myronw@cableone.net Thanks, Myron
  10. Hello again, I guess you might want my email address if you have the bracket... myronw@cableone.net Thanks, Myron
  11. Hi Guys, I'm in need of the large cast iron bracket that bolts to the frame on the driver's side on a 1935 Super 8 Limousine and extends up through the fender to hold the side mount spare tire. If anyone has an extra they could part with, I would really appreciate it. I have the passenger side bracket, so as a last resort, I'll have to make a pattern from it and have one cast. It wouldn't be orignal, though, would it? Thanks, Myron Williams Rigby, Idaho
  12. Hi Guys, I'm in need of the large cast iron bracket that bolts to the frame on the driver's side of a 1935 Super 8 Limousine and extends up through the fender to hold the side mount spare tire. If anyone has an extra one they could part with, I would really appreciate it. Myron Williams Rigby, Idaho
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