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60ch

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  • Birthday 07/19/1947

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  1. That is quite a serious hat that lady is wearing. Perhaps part of the rear seat heater option.
  2. Nicolas, Can you list the bolt circle of your brake drums? I have some nice 19" 60 spoke wheels with outside lock rings
  3. Did you mean Ford door handles?
  4. Perhaps to machine in the indentations in the rod and cap that lock the insert bearings in position to keep them from spinning in the rod.
  5. What year did Chrysler corp. start using insert bearings instead of babbit in their connecting rods? Thanks
  6. Saying that any Model A club member should be able to help is a stretch. Many members know nothing about replacing a closed car top because they do not do their own work. It works the same for any hobby. Cars, motorcycles, boats or airplanes it makes no difference, Some people are mechanically inclined while many are not. There are books and the internet, seek the information and learn.
  7. Do you have a photo of the spare tire hold down clamp? I have one that I can't ID.
  8. very nice brass arm and cowl light shell. Threaded bolts are intact. Check the photos $35.00 plus shipping. Private message please for questions. Thanks, Terry
  9. Dave, I still have the 2 Byrne- Kingston oil vac tanks shown if you are interested. Terry
  10. keiser31, Thanks for the ID.
  11. This looks just like a DA Dodge with the exception that it has rivets instead of screws holding the light shell to the arm and has what appear to be carraige bolts that hold the light to the cowl. I have seen many of the carriage bolt style cowl lights, I have never seen a riveted light like this. The arm is brass. When I think about it I never checked any of the cars for rivets, I just assumed that they all used screws. Thanks, Terry.
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