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keiser31

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  1. I saw this army truck for sale yesterday. $2,800.00, some rust, new engine, not certain of the year. It is in southern Oregon near Medford. The phone number is (541)941-4299. Needs wheel cylinders. Original engine is laying in the bed. I don't know any more about it except I thought that it was going cheap and you can call the guy's number for more information. Talk to Erik or Chris.
  2. Man....I am so sorry that I missed that meet!!
  3. Do you have an example/photo of the trim ring for us to match? I have dozens of different trim rings from that era, but have no clue what they vehicle are for. Mine go REALLY cheap.
  4. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: marlin65</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Yes they are 60 Monza and only 60 Monza. Oddly enough the Valiant used the exact same hubcap only without the Chevy emblem.</div></div> I would LOVE to see the Valiant hubcap that you say is identical to this one. I find it very hard to believe that Plymouth used a Chevy part. I am a devout MOPAR guy and have NEVER seen a Valiant hubcap/wheelcover like that on a Valiant. I suppose I could be wrong.......please show us.
  5. Here are the early Nash emblems......a perfect match to the one on the car in question.
  6. So.....Swedish Auto Club? Scandinavian Auto Club?
  7. I will correct my first post. I thought you were talking about a separate step plate that mounts ON the running board. THOSE are cast aluminum. I believe that "jdome" is correct about the running board material and the floor material. Sorry about the booboo.
  8. Most all American cars were 6 volt until 1955 when the majority went to 12 volt in 1956.
  9. Phil 32DL6....I can supply you with the information from a couple of books about your car. Send me your email address and I will make it happen. John keiser31@charter.net
  10. I told him he was about $485,000.00 off of where the price should be and that his interior hardware is nickel plated....NOT STERLING SILVER. He probably won't post my comment.
  11. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Bhigdog</div><div class="ubbcode-body">The glass shops I called acted like I was from outer space when I asked about polishing out scratches. The ones in the phone book only want to do insurance work. I would be fine with delivering and picking up the windshield. PM me if you don't want to publish his name on the forum. Thanks.........Bob</div></div> People think that I am from outer space, too....mmmm....wonder if we are related...my relatives DID come from eastern Pennsylvania.
  12. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: geofg</div><div class="ubbcode-body">thanks for the quick replies.already ordered and hopefully on the way to me in about three days.</div></div> Just to satisfy my curiosity, who did you order them from??
  13. I suppose as a VERY temporary unit, it could work....for about 2 minutes.
  14. It would be great if the results contained a photo of each winner.
  15. I think it's because a lot of them used tubes earlier and did not have a "safety rim" that would hold air without a tube.
  16. EGGE Machine, Santa Fe Springs, California. They have a website.
  17. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Trunk Rack</div><div class="ubbcode-body">wow - wonder how they got funding. A modern decent "heavy" fire engine has got to be, fully equipped, around HALF A MILLION bucks.</div></div> We all emptied our pockets for it since we are a small community and needed something of substance to last us a very long time. And....oh yeah....we ARE volunteer.
  18. Check the Oldsmobile Forum...
  19. I know it's newer than 1938, but you guys seem to like all years Dodge truck. Saw this nice example of an everyday work truck around the corner from my house. He was getting the starter rebuilt.
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