48Super

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  1. Thanks for the helpful hints about applying the inspection stamp. Testor's model paint is exactly what I was planning to use. Hopefully, I'll get the desired results.
  2. I want to replace the missing A/C compressor inspection stamp on my '65 and I was wondering if anyone has made the correct stamp and would be willing to loan it to me. Looks like you can get these on ebay but I hate to spend almost $30 for something I will probably only use once. I would gladly pay postage both ways if someone could provide a "loaner". Also, if you have done this stamping did you use a specific type of paint or ink in order to get decent results? Thanks in advance for any help.
  3. On the '65 Riviera the vacuum check valve is built into the vacuum reservoir tank and they do go bad. I had the exact same problem with trunk release on my car and I added a separate check valve in the supply line from the manifold to the tank. The system will now hold vacuum for months. You should be able to pick up an inexpensive vacuum check valve at any local auto parts store.
  4. Here is mime on a 1967 Cadillac. The plate was originally on a 1960 T-Bird that I purchased in 2001. The car had sat unused since 1967 and that was the plate it had on it for 34 years. I sold the T-Bird last year and kept the mint condition plate which was just what I needed for the Cadillac. It is nice to know a little bit of my T-Bird lives on with the Cadillac.
  5. I have four pressure brake bleeder adapters for sale, all of them are in like new condition. $30/each plus shipping Branick 41G9 size: 3-1/2" x 6-1/2" Branick 42G size: 3-3/4" x 7-3/4" KD2417 size: 3" x 8" EIS T4400 size: 3" x 6" (Military truck application, Jeep I believe)
  6. Thanks again. I am trying to figure out the difference between the AL179 and DR 174. I have a GP ignition parts catalog from 1986 that pretty much combines the GM, Chrysler and AMC applications all together under their part # GC122. Both coils need an external resistor and look dimensionally the same.
  7. Thanks, does your catalog show what a AL179 coil fits?
  8. Does anyone out there have an old Niehoff parts catalog? I am trying to find the correct number for a 1967 Cadillac ignition coil. Should be the same as for any GM car of that vintage that used a coil with an external resistor. Thanks!
  9. NOS small series transmission synchronizer drum P/N: 1314659 (2nd & 3rd speed) Fits: 1940-1955 (40) 1940-1952 (50) $35.00 plus shipping
  10. Red push button control for vacuum trunk release used in various late 60's GM models. Excellent condition. $25 plus shipping.
  11. Two NOS Guide 5" fog light bulbs with steel backs. Bulbs are 6 volt. Part # 929123. Bulbs have been tested and are good. $30/pair plus shipping.
  12. Rear ashtray / courtesy light housing in decent driver quality condition. Chrome is shiny and undamaged but does have typical light pitting. $35 plus shipping. Pair of heater vent outlets, nice shiny chrome with minor scratches as shown. $25/pair plus shipping.
  13. Red push button control for vacuum trunk release used in various late 60's GM models. Excellent condition. $25 plus shipping.
  14. Two NOS Guide 5" fog light bulbs with steel backs. Bulbs are 6 volt. Part # 929123. Bulbs have been tested and are good. $30/pair plus shipping.