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keiser31

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  1. So that would be the 1st series (the one that looks like a 1948)?
  2. I totally understand your "point de vue". I wish customizers and rodders would stick to stuff like this to alter.
  3. Looks like about a 1922 to 1925 Dodge Brothers sedan.
  4. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Robin Coleman</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I truly believe that some of you could smell a sample of exhaust gas from an old car and tell what it came from!</div></div> I don't know if I would go THAT far, but I can tell the difference between a Ford starting up and a Chrysler starting up. Well, at least I USED to be able to.
  5. I have a rear end out of a 1931 Chrysler CM6 with all but the drums on it. They are probably the same backing plates and stuff. Here's a gander at it. If it looks the same, maybe we can deal. John
  6. Hummers always make me go "Hmmmmmmmmm.....why make such a ridiculous vehicle for the streets?".
  7. The Countach owner had no idea that the new Fiat had the Chrysler HEMI installed for this race...
  8. Is that a 1969 or 1970 Dodge Dart lurking in the background??
  9. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Barry Wolk</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Does it look like a catfish to you?</div></div> VERY much so.
  10. There are a lot of "basic" cars out there. Especially since most of the sportier models have been scooped up, altered, chopped or whatever. Gee....all of a sudden all of those "plain Jane" cars appeal to us. Nobody liked 'em when I did (and still do).
  11. Here's an "average" Studebaker wagon price leader.
  12. Since we are going back from the future, take out stock in the early auto industry from the companies we know will survive, make a ton of money and buy the classic you want to buy!
  13. Cartercars had that transmission system as well as many others. A friend has two of them. Very simple and I don't know why they stopped using this type of transmission.
  14. Is this seat back from a Dodge (that is what I was told) and who needs it? The bottom center brace has been cut out.
  15. Is this seat back from a Dodge (that was what I was told) and who needs it? The bottom center brace has been cut out.
  16. Was that truck sculpture at the "Burning Man" event?
  17. I just noticed that they are two different cars!
  18. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: hchris</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Still confused ? Try this, hand turn the engine and establish number one cylinder at top of compression stroke - either by the timing marks on the front pullies, or finger over the spark plug hole feeling the pressure as piston comes to the top. Whilst turning the engine ( with distributor cap removed ) note the direction in which the rotor button turns. Having established number one cylinder in the correct position, fit number one spark lead to the distrib
  19. Looks like a Moon or Rollin by the shape of the radiator.
  20. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: dodgedh2</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Looks like a 1929 Dodge DA to me.</div></div> I agree.
  21. That's like the dash light switch on my '31s.
  22. Sounds to me like the flywheel has stress fractures on it and should be "turned" or "surfaced". Clutch chatter is usually the result of burn marks or surface fractures on the flywheel surface.
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