Samb2

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  1. Nice to hear. I think that there was a "Cruising" for that kind of cars that weekend. As you said most of them are 50-60's
  2. Nice cars - but almost wrong place.... I see.
  3. I'm crazy!!!!!!!!!!! Heres the adress: http://www.bigmeet.com/ Comments?
  4. Check this place! Have been there tree times. NICE!!! http://www.bigmeet.com/
  5. I said it was europes biggest meet - but it is the worlds biggest! Take a look at www.powermeet.com (everything in english)
  6. I didnt mean that this is SOMETHING compared to over there! But its the biggest in Europe and diffrent cars from 60's back (few from 70's). Very nice meeting. I was there this year too but without camera. Cars like is there you can see on our clubs homepage. Most from our summer meet for One week ago. http://www.geocities.com/raggarklubben/htm/side.htm
  7. Come to Västerås in Sweden the first weekend in July. Then theres a real old american car show. Over 10.000 (ten thousand) old american cars, 4km of selling boards, and people, people people... (and beer)!
  8. Samb2

    stalling in turns

    Can you specify a little bit: "unexpectedly stalls while rolling through either a right or left turn" Is it in all turns? Is it hapening only in a turn? What speed ? What kind of curve - wide? Reason why im asking is that there may be a nice idea from your answears.
  9. If the points are destroyed like you said, theres only two reason: 1. The voltage/current is to high over the points. Take off the plus cable to the coil. Insert an amperemeter. take off the distributor cable (to the coil) and turn the engine. I dont know what it should be on a 6V system but on a 12V about 6-9Ampere. About the same i think. Put the distributor cable back and start. For a 12V it will be around 4-4.5A. The coil must however be about 1,5ohm on the primary coil. You should have two resistors - i think. One for taking down to 6V and another for decreadsing the voltage when driving. 2. Condenser. Should be 0.25-0.35microfarad for 6V. If you have wrong/bad condenser the points will be eaten - if the condenser is dead the car is impossible to run (can be started).