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  • Birthday 09/08/1979

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  1. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Dave Fields</div><div class="ubbcode-body">There was an earlier Soviet car brought in that looked like a 1942 Packard It was discussed in Argosey around 1950. This car, or a simular one was at the 1999 PAckard meet. I believe the original artical was titled Stalin's Sloppy Copy. </div></div> Dave, you mean ZIS 110 ?
  2. Wow , great Max! Congratulations! In case you need any parts for it, I'd bet that Finland is one place to find those. There were lot's of Pobedas in Finlnad during 50's and 60's.
  3. Wow , what great photos and cars! Please, let us know about the progress!!
  4. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Mika Jaakkola</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Hi Pat, where could I get running board rubber for my 1938 Dodge truck? (with 136" wb) ??? </div></div> Okay, after a little research, that felt like a stupid question
  5. Hi Pat, where could I get running board rubber for my 1938 Dodge truck? (with 136" wb) ???
  6. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: john421</div><div class="ubbcode-body">i have the book as well as others about him. i have also located the car provided the last name is spelled gibbons. i have found 2 other spellings. </div></div> Hi John, are you able to scan the car pics and post them? I have been too lazy to get the book myself
  7. I remember seeing an article on a local magazine(finnish) that also- atleast - 1 Moskvitch was imported to US in the late 50's. The article was printed in late 90's and the car was pictured as a project car in California. - Sorry - it's a different car, but russian made as well.
  8. I'm restoring 1938 RD-11 Dodge truck. I know PARTS ARE HARD TO FIND. rear fenders, rboards, stuff.. But! The parts are out there, you just need to find 'em We don't have Autozones or NAPA's here in Finland, so almost everything I need must be ordered from US. And locate them first. But I have managed to find good resources..
  9. I think that someone might even have a photo of the display thing taken back in the 50'sor 60's ? maybe from newspaper?
  10. i found out from the web that it was a "maroon 1949 Ford".
  11. ok, thanks, anyone have any hunch what happened to it?
  12. I Just saw an documentary of Ed Gein here in Finland (yep, the news comes here little bit later from the States ) There was an clip about the auction of Ed Geins car, but they never showed what it was. From wikipedia: "While Gein was in detention, his house burned to the ground. Arson was suspected. In 1958, Gein's car, which he used to haul the bodies of his victims, was sold at public auction for a then-considerable sum of $760 to an enterprising carnival sideshow operator named Bunny Gibbons. Gibbons called his attraction the "Ed Gein Ghoul Car" and charged carnival-goers 25 cents admiss
  13. I'm looking for a steering gear box and sttering wheel for '38 Dodge 1 ton.. Let me know what you got, thanks email : mikajaakkola1979(at)yahoo.com
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