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  1. I'm looking for a 1930 olds shop manual or a good copy. I've exhausted most book sources.
  2. looking for front and rear bumpers for my 1930 olds standard coupe, anybody have any leads? thanks
  3. again, thanks for the info, this is a big help and is the direction I was leaning in. The old timers are an invaluable source that won't be around forever, they know tricks and things that aren't written down. I found this out while working on victory ships during the eighties.
  4. Thanks for the info, I have seen the spoke web site but havent contacted the yet.There doesn't appear to be any need to go beyond removing the hub, everything is pretty tight.
  5. I'm starting to refinish my artillary wheels on a 30 business coupe. I would appreciate any input as to how to safely press out the hub, media blast the ferroes,and possibly the spokes with an extra fine bead or corn cobb. Also, anything about using linseed oil prior to appling an oil based poly. I want the natural color. The spokes have the remnants of black paint in the cracks and are grey. They all still seem very tight. [color:"black"]
  6. Hi, I'm new to this site and new to restorations. I have a 1930 olds standard coupe that has artillary wheels. I want to strip them down and finish them in a natural color. I do know about numbering anything removed and marking orientation. Any ideas how to press out the hub safely? media blasting the ferreo's and spokes ( such as extra fine glass bead or corn cobb )and refinishing the spokes ?. Would linseed oil work well under a poly finish coat? I know, lots of questions but thanks for any input [color:"black"] <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" /&g
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