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  1. Hi In pre war cars I can only find Chev Standards as mentioned. In later cars - Old Holdens, old Volvos and old Ford T Birds (All pre 1989) used 5x4 1/4." Manuel in Oz
  2. Hi, Did you find anything? I had a look in my wheel interchange book for 6x6 & only 2 were listed - They were both late 1930s trucks from REO 475, 675 & 3/4 ton & STEWART 60H. Cheers, Manuel in Oz
  3. Some 1932 - 36 Packards had 17x4" wheels with 6x6 stud patterns. Manuel in Oz
  4. Do the old inner seals have any part numbers on them?
  5. They could be Dodge-Plymouth. Do they have 36 spokes? Is the centre hole 2 3/4"? What is the PCD? Manuel in Oz
  6. There were a couple of good threads on vehicle lighting on Ford Barn Forum a couple of years ago. Also conversion formulas for CP, Lux and Lumens etc. See here: https://www.fordbarn.com/forum/showthread.php?t=116621 https://www.fordbarn.com/forum/showthread.php?t=242395 Cheers, Manuel in Oz
  7. The cars on the right COULD be 2 Fords. Any chance of making the pics bigger? Manuel in Oz
  8. Australian body builders would more or less build what ever body the customer wanted. Whether it was on the passenger or commercial chassis. Manuel in Oz
  9. No 3 is a model T Ford & next one looks like a Lincoln.
  10. Apparently decking the manifold side of the block is a good idea too -- so I have been told. Manuel in Oz
  11. Would you have the model / type or part no of the new core? It would be handy to know. Manuel in Oz
  12. Did you get the radiator repaired or did you have to buy a new core?
  13. So is 1872 the correct no for 33's? Manuel in Oz
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