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  1. Yes, thanks! That's exactly the switch I need - I tried to get pictures with the switch still in the car, but they didn't come out, and I don't want to disconnect the wiring until when / if I can find a replacement to be sure they all stay in the correct positions.
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    1930 Chrysler Model 66 Roadster
  3. I have a 1930 Chrysler Model 66 Roadster that I need to find a replacement Clum switch for. The switch has 6 terminals, and is stamped with "Clum" and "9150" Thanks, Mark
  4. I ended up buying a can from Freud. The original fittings appeared after taking off all the solder someone used to try and fix the leak. The original fittings use a soft copper crush washer sandwiched between the can and two threaded brass compression parts. I drilled the can, added a new copper crush washer and tightened the fittings down to squash the crush washer. Viola, the can is leak free, fits the original firewall bracket, and looks great. Can cost about $8.00 - I think the shipping was more.
  5. Looking for a non-leaking brake fluid supply tank for my 1930 Chrysler 66 Roadster. The tank on the car had a leak, and even after stripping, naval jelly, and resoldering the joints, its still leaking. Just a pinhole somewhere, but the paint wrinkled and lifted at the bottom seam, so I'm looking for a replacement. The tank is approx. 3" in diameter and 6" tall, with a screw on cap and a taper compression fitting on the bottom. Looks like the one found here http://forums.aaca.org/topic/252973-30-dodge-da-brake-reservoir-decal/?hl=%2Bdodge+%2Bbrake+%2Breservoir Any leads would be greatly
  6. My dad has a 1930 Chrysler Model 66 with a Delco Remy 639x distributor. I've been helping him search for some parts for it. We've found quite a few places with tune-up parts, but have been unable to find a vendor who lists mechanical parts for the advance mechanism, i.e. breaker plate, weight plate, weights, springs, etc, for this particular distributor. We were discussing it, and agree that Delco had to have used some common components, and that there was probably a cross-reference on these parts, but have yet to find anyone who has any info. For example, we found that the 29-34 Studebaker
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