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About Rob1960

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  1. My 1936 Dodge Touring Sedan 2-door has a metal insert roof. Was this stock from the factory? Or added later? I thought the composition fabric & tar roof was used until 1937.
  2. I registered on the POC forum site Saturday, but can't access the search function or post function. Am I doing something wrong, or is the site not working properly? thanks, Robt
  3. Dodger - Thanks very much for your reply and great information. Was there some sort of switch to turn the AUTOMATIC CLUTCH on or off? In OFF mode, I assume the clutch and gearshift were operated just like any other standard shift car? In the ON mode, [ if everything was working properly] am I correct that the driver did not use the clutch at all, and simply moved the gear shift to Low and then stepped on the gas? When it was time to upshift or down shift, did the driver simply let up on the gas pedal, and then do the shift? If it worked in this manner, am I correct that when going down a hi
  4. Anybody ever heard of an "Automatic Clutch" in a 1934 Dodge. A Dodge advertisement for that year describes shifting without using the clutch. The ad describes "the vacuum from your engine is used to open or close the clutch-valve. It's all entirely automatic." How many years did dodge offer this feature? How reliable was it? [color:"red"] <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />
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