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Harold

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  1. Two very nice used tailllight lenses for your '49 Plymouth '2nd series' business coupe. No part number on them but they are marked PLYAD. I'm told they're both for the driver's side. $35.00 forthe air including UPS mailing in the lower 48 States.
  2. Two very nice used tailllight lenses for your '49 Plymouth '2nd series' business coupe. No part number on them but they are marked PLYAD. I'm told they're both for the driver's side. $30.00 for the pair, including USPS mailing in the lower 48 States.
  3. I once read in a commercial driver's license handbook that dual rear wheels should be whacked with a tire iron to be sure they had air. It was supposed to be done before setting out each day.
  4. Two 15" steel wheels for sale. One is 15x7 JJ and came from my '89 Safari wagon. It should fit a wide variety of full-size and intermediate GM vehicles from the 1970's to the 1990's. The other is a 15x6 JJ. Don't know what it fits but probably from a GM product. $35.00 each, picked-up in Freehold, NJ 07728. Sorry, won't ship.
  5. Yes, I still have the Time Schedule. If you're referring to Sonora, California I can send it there. I'll send a PM with my email address for PayPal.
  6. 1962 Dodge Passenger Car Service Operation Time Schedule gives the factory estimated times for a wide variety of repair operations. The top sheet describes a binder you can buy to store the time schedule (the rest of the pages are all 3-hole punched so they can be put in a loose-leaf binder). Has some shelf wear but looks like it was never taken out of its factory wrapper. $30.00 postpaid in the lower 48 States. PayPal is fine. Harold
  7. 1962 Dodge Passenger Car Service Operation Time Schedule gives the factory estimated times for a wide variety of repair operations. The top sheet describes a binder you can buy to store the time schedule (the rest of the pages are all 3-hole punched so they can be put in a loose-leaf binder). Has some shelf wear but looks like it was never taken out of its factory wrapper. $30.00 postpaid in the lower 48 States. PayPal is fine. Harold
  8. I found that being in-person is more effective than calling on the phone. Dressing nicely (but not extravagantly) and being polite and well-groomed go a long way.
  9. I remember reading that the President of the Dodge Division had a company mechanic add solder to every ignition wiring connection under the hood. He wasn't taking any chances!
  10. Actron made good products. My first OBDII scanner was an Actron and it's still going strog.
  11. This is an Actron 9015 Code Scanner for Ford products 1981 and up, just out of clean dry storage in my garage. For EEC-IV and MCU systems. It blinks and beeps a code and then you look it up. Includes scanner, manuals, and packaging. Only used a few times. Worked fine when I last used it a number of years ago. Operates on 9V transistor battery (not included). $20.00 picked up in Freehold, NJ 07728. Shipping is extra. Let me know your zip code and I'll figure it out. If you have any questions please let me know.
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