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About DizzyDale

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  • Birthday 02/17/1954

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  1. Hey Dave,Just checked on my 37 and your pic is correct.
  2. Looks like a pretty correct car to me. You gotta love that Columbia 2 speed and whens the last time you saw a 37 Zephyr coupe?Great colors,fit and finish look great, whats not to like.Polished aluminum heads????
  3. 2002 Chevy 3500,40,000 miles,Vortec 8100[496" gas ],Allison 5 spd.auto.Factory dual gas tanks.Air,6 new Cooper radials,factory spare,stainless simulators,Airlift airbags in rear.Factory am/fm/cd.Excellent factory paint on cab,NO rust ever.Entire cab and box is Chevy white.Interior is as new.20' "Transport Design" Prolite box.Google them,builders of hi end motorhomes and trailers.Interior and exterior walls are pre-finished white aluminum with no rivets.16' flat deck to 4' beavertail,3/4" plywood covered with 1/8"aluminum diamond plate as is the rear ramp door.Ramp door has spring assist along
  4. 1930 1J 561, Restored by Darryls, nicks and small chips around bolt holes.100.00 -1937 9K-277,Restored by Darryls,couple of chips around bolt holes,covered when installed.125.00-1939 Worlds Fair, 9C 49-63,Restored by Darryls,couple of chips around bolt holes,covered when installed.125.00.1962 6P-6276,amateur resto,nice,50.00.I can e mail pics.Dale Grahner phaeton37@aol.com
  5. Hey Beltfed,A number of years ago Paul Bradley made me a set for a '39 LZ coupe i restored.Exact as original,fair price,some people will complain about the wait but the product cannot be beat.Paul Bradley 704-392-3202 Charlotte,North Carolina
  6. Hey Steve,SUPER job and THANKS for the BLACKWALLS.Join the AACA and your truck will go to the head of the class.diz:)
  7. Hey Darren,I have NEVER heard an automatic transmission described as a three speed on the column.Guess i am always learning.diz
  8. Hey JP,Believe everything you ever heard regarding Bill Hirschs engine enamel,it's NOT coming off and the brush on has outstanding shine with no brush marks.It's not cheap.......BUT you only do it ONCE.diz
  9. Hey Marty,Gotta agree with Matt regarding the mileage,your BIGGEST concern should be tongue weight,I have seen MANY motorhomes both class C and A that are actually torn apart cause there is not enough framework behind the rearend of the coach.:eek:Siding buckled,framework torn:eek: and thats the bright side.I am sure you can imagine the worst.My Brother tows his 28' Goldrush tri axle trailer with a 28'Class A coach with a Ford V10 and heres the important part...has ALWAYS used a TOAD between the motorhome and the trailer.I am sure someone will chime in with a pic of a Toad,as i am not capable.
  10. Above ALL else......look over all frame members as NO low end enclosed trailer manufacturers prime or paint any framework.Oh sure everyone expects to see a little surface rust,what i am talking about is:eek: BIG time ROT:eek:.diz
  11. Hey Kevin,Not sure about your Buick but on many 30s Ford V-8s there is a bearing in the center of the torque tube.Look for a grease fitting half way down the shaft and if so shoot a tube of grease in it:).Dale
  12. Hey Jim,Had the same issue on a '37 Ford though probably not as bad as yours.Took the top off off the motor as you have in the pic and laid a piece of coarse sandpaper on a sheet of glass and sanded both halves as flat as i could.Reassembled with a couple drops of oil in the chamber and worked fine.At this stage you have nothing to lose.diz
  13. Hey Jim,Does Rob have ANY extra parts available?I am sure GOOD cases are available,the OTHER alternative is RAINEX,an OUTSTANDING product.diz
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