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in What is it?
Posted February 26, 2012
This is probably easy - I'm just not that familiar with the older cars... can someone tell me what this car is? Photo probably from '28 or '29 I believe...
in Dodge & Dodge Brothers
Posted June 7, 2011
No relationship - but how funny is that??
Posted June 6, 2011
Hey guys - sorry for the late response - seems the thread has taken on a life of its' own! LOL!
I will post some pics later - do not have any yet. It's been on the lift since we brought it home for some brake work and clean up. It's a business coupe - very similar to the pics shown in this thread. And I have to say, I loved the "does this white paint make my butt look big" comment - too funny!
Posted June 2, 2011
Thanks for the help everyone! I picked up the car last Saturday. It was hard to start but eventually got it on the dolly for the 15 minute ride home. We'll have the brakes and steering done this weekend. Reading our Motor's Auto Repair Manual it specifies that this car is positive ground. It wasn't hooked up that way - so what damage was done?
Posted May 25, 2011
Thanks Keiser31 - needed a starting point for that!
hwellens - I will find out and post here. Car will be in my possession this weekend.
I am getting ready to purchase my first Dodge - I'm told it's a 1946 but according to the serial number it's a '48. I found the tags on the cowl but can only make out numbers that are engraved - 11972TPC - does anyone know where I can go to find out what these numbers mean? The tags were worn and I can't tell what the numbers represent.
Also, any leads you can give me on getting exterior trim pieces would be appreciated.
I've been working on this guy for over 2 years trying to get this car and he's finally given in. What attracted me to the car was the nice rear-end
in Reatta Buy/Sell
Posted March 7, 2011
Any idea how much a new top costs? Is there someone in Raleigh that can install it? Where exactly is the clearcoat damage? How bad is it?
in General Discussion
Let's just say I understand why folks have restoration projects that last 20 years
No chance of buying back issue of CCM either, eh? I'm still mourning the newly-discovered loss and am now gathering up all the issues I have so I can read them again.
in Buick Reatta
Posted March 5, 2011
I had that error code as well in my '89 and it was the 02 sensor.
Posted March 4, 2011
I LOVED this magazine! I thought my subscription ran out because I quit receiving the magazine, but I get so many each month it took me a while to realize it. I actually was just trying to find their website because I wanted to renew my subscription and saw what the OP was talking about. Gosh - truly - what a shame. It was, bar none, the best.
Posted September 10, 2010
ED-12 will display what the ECM "thinks" is happening. Is the odometer reading correctly ? If not I would check for a wiring issue first, if not at sensor then at bulkhead connector or BCM. FSM (8A-82) says to check voltage at VSS with front end jacked up & secured properly and wheel turning (in air).
I am having a similar problem with my '89 - speedometer "seems" to be reading correctly until I go over 40-50 miles per hour, then it starts reading too high - I know for certain that traffic that usually moves at 65 mph did not decide to suddenly go 82 mph when I drive my Reatta. I have a dumb question - quote above says to check voltage at VSS - what is VSS?
Anyone else have the problem? It started after we changed out my alternator. Related? :confused: Don't know.
Posted November 21, 2009
You could list more than one car in your signature line. That would help the people in the other forums as well.
I had my sig set up like that at one time, I just found it cumbersome so when I go into a specific forum I usually specify "my '41 Packard" or "my 39 Buick" or whatever...
Thanks for the info!!
It's an '89 Reatta - since I participate in more than the Reatta forum I don't list my cars. Sorry for the omission when I asked the question. I thought this particular part was in the same place regardless of the year.
Where is it located??? Can't find it in the manual.
Thanks in advance!
Posted November 20, 2009
Okay - we are experiencing the exact same problem Leadguy was having so now I have to ask a stupid question (and I don't like asking stupid questions!) - WHERE is the coolant temperature sensor located?
Many thanks guys! Oh - and Leadguy - we have an '86 XJS as well! Hope you enjoy yours as much as we enjoy ours :-)
Posted May 8, 2009
You guys are killing me! See avatar for what I'm doing now.
Posted January 21, 2009
If you click on her username and look at her previous post she has filled out the 'for sale' stuff once before...
Posted January 3, 2009
There's a '41 120 sedan for sale on eBay that has a divider window. Was this done often? I don't think I've ever seen one. Not that I'm an expert by any stretch....
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Posted December 12, 2008
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: West Peterson</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Does that mean the Packard will be ready? </div></div>
I wish, West. We're going to go look at all the other Packards that I'm sure will be there to get inspired to start up the work again!
We booked our room at the host hotel already, and then realized that this show is probably NOT like Hershey (swap meets, car corral). Figured we better find out what the events were and decide what we'll do. We definitely wanted to see the car show, and if there was a class, take that as well.
Guess I'll wait on that flyer.....
Thanks Wayne, Glad to hear that I wasn't the only one that couldn't find the info! Hopefully we'll get details soon.
We're planning on attending the meet in Gettysburg but I'm having a difficult time finding information on what's going to be happening over the 3 day period - can anyone here fill us in on the events? And will there be a judging class?
Posted November 23, 2008
That's a beauty Barney! We're restoring a '39 Special 4 dr but I sure would love to have a coupe. Please post some more photos!
Posted November 11, 2008
We have a Master 85, 2 Master Deluxes and a Special Deluxe - all 1940.
All of them are 15 inches from the bottom of the bumper to the ground. That is from the center of the bumper.
Hope this helps.
Posted October 29, 2008
We've got a parts car so we're going to switch out the heater programmer and see if that works.
Just to be clear, the air flow is fine, it's the temperature that's messed up - we only get hot air when the setting is at the max heat position - anything below 85 results in cold air. BRRRRRRR!