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keiser31

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  1. <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??
  2. I suppose as a VERY temporary unit, it could work....for about 2 minutes.
  3. It would be great if the results contained a photo of each winner.
  4. 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.
  5. EGGE Machine, Santa Fe Springs, California. They have a website.
  6. <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.
  7. Check the Oldsmobile Forum...
  8. 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.
  9. CBoz.....looks like you worked out the bugs....now, to kill it without hurting the paint on the roof.
  10. Nice! LOVE the balancing act with the jack.
  11. Our firetruck here in the small (minute, actually) berg of Phoenix, Oregon is brand new...and lime green.
  12. How much? Where is it located? What sort of top? What condition?
  13. Is that a Mercedes emblem peeking out from the grill?
  14. I can post the photos if you like. Send to... keiser31@charter.net John
  15. They are for a 1932 Hupmobile. Check with DeanH on the Hupmobile Forum. He might need them.
  16. I believe the big item in question is an early electric starter system. I didn't know that Abe Lincoln had a REO.
  17. I would say do everything before the engine unless you are prepared to do it all and keep going. A lot of guys do the engine, start the rest and run out of money and the engine sits. Just not good for an engine to sit long. Just my opinion from experience. You should probably join the "W.P.C.(Walter P. Chrysler) Club". For $45.00 you can also get a copy of the factory build sheet from The Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, Michigan. It will define what your car came with and colors, etc.
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