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keiser31

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  1. Love the Dodge Brothers screen side and Dodge Brothers coupe'.
  2. Check the speedometer cable first...it's the cheapest start.
  3. Mmmmmm.....Jaguar with a Mercedes emblem? I guess if Ford could own Jaguar and Daimler or Fiat could own Chrysler, it could happen.
  4. Looks to me to be a 1947 Buick convertible with a Continental trunk and various other stuff grafted on.
  5. I am thinking that this is a Chandler by the logo shape on the hubcap. Any other ideas about what it is?
  6. For those of you who hate to see a car "wasting away"...I have had one of my 1931 Dodge coupes since I was 15 years old. I am now 56. It was my very first car. It is still only half restored. Between having children, a divorce, loss of job, moving and other circumstances, it may never get done. Oh well...it's mine and I can dream. I may have the chance to finish it. If I don't, at least I have saved it from getting chopped and rodded.
  7. Yes, I'm sorry. I should have said the top of the fender trim.
  8. Yes, The Cartercar has split rims. The tires had to be chiseled so that the forks on the machine could grip the rim. The strange thing about the rims is the fact that the valve stem is right at the diagonal split and VERY hard to get the right geometry to get the stem straight when the rim is re-seated.
  9. Glad to see that it was someone who knows what they are doing....I certainly could not have done it. Looking good, Peter.
  10. Waaaaaay too much chrome in my opinion....
  11. I don't know if you found the stainless top piece, but in case you didn't, you can try my friend, Tom at (541)621-9013. He had a couple of those cars and may know where that piece can be found. John
  12. Jim...I have known about that site for years. I do remember you telling me about it on the forum, but I knew about it. Thanks, though.
  13. My wife laughs at me about the pointing out of the error, but understands that it irritates me.
  14. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Skyking</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Barry Wolk</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I can't imagine being in a service business without one. </div></div> I can't imagine owning an old car without one..........</div></div> Funny how when you break down in an old car, scads of folks stop by to help.....no phone needed....they all have their own and are more than willing to ca
  15. A friend of mine and I took his 1914 Cartercar in to the tire shop to mount some new NON SKIDS today. Ross Johnston was the guy to see at his shop in Ashland, Oregon. He had an old Weaver tire machine and it made fast work (6 hours) of changing those absolutely petrified original tires. Here are some shots....
  16. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: F&J</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: keiser31</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Try the Plymouth 4 & 6 cylinder Club, WPC Club or the DeSoto Club sites. It is like no other Chrysler product master cylinder that I have ever seen. I imagine that only the DeSoto of 1928-29 may have a similar configuration. You might try sending the photo to the Whitepost Restorations guys. They could possibly co
  17. I don't have a cell phone, either. NOTHING is that important that it can't wait 'til I get home to my land line phone.
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