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  1. Regarding Edd China, it appears he is starting a YouTube channel: Jim Yergin
  2. The base is the storage tank and it is filled by removing the round vented cap (see picture). The tank contains sponges. It does not leak. I do not have a scale and do not know its weight but it is not very heavy. The base is 18" long, 7 1/4" wide and 4 1/2" tall. The blower/motor assembly is 11 1/2" tall.
  3. Cleaning out garage. This is a dual heater set up I bought for my 1941 Plymouth (don't know if it works in other years and models). Need to add r/h and l/h heaters. Giving it away. You may pick it up or I will bring it to a local shipper that you contract with to crate and ship. Located in Warrenton, Virginia. Jim Yergin jyergin@comcast.net
  4. Cleaning out garage. This is a passenger side rear fender for a 1941 Plymouth Woodie. Giving it away. You may pick it up or I will bring it to a local shipper that you contract with to crate and ship. Located in Warrenton, Virginia. Jim Yergin jyergin@comcast.net
  5. Cleaning out garage. This is a portable "swamp cooler." Giving it away. You may pick it up or I will bring it to a local shipper that you contract with to crate and ship. Located in Warrenton, Virginia. Jim Yergin jyergin@comcast.net
  6. On my '56 there is no bracket at the rear of the radio. There are brackets on either side of the radio. Jim Yergin
  7. I am in Warrenton, Virginia. If you are looking for an engine machine shop near Woodbridge I highly recommend Dave Lucash in Opal, Virginia (http://www.proautoperformancecenter.com/). He did my 1941 Plymouth engine (included re-sleeving one cylinder) and my 1956 Thunderbird Y block. He was very timely and I was very pleased with his work. Nice guy to work with. Jim Yergin
  8. A while back I took the Friday afternoon tour of FantomWorks that is conducted by Dan Short. At that time he said he actually lost money on the TV show. I wonder if Motor Trend cancelled the show or he just chose not to continue with it. Jim Yergin
  9. I noticed that the painter on the show used to be the painter on the Fantom Works show. Jim Yergin
  10. Edd China has produced his own show. https://youtu.be/IaW9Sg5NPyE?t=23
  11. John, I was under the impression that the "T" on the Virginia plates signifies they are for a truck. It could certainly be a wrong impression but you may want to verify with the DMV that you may use them on your car. Jim Yergin
  12. Thanks paul2748. If the terminal placement is different then I guess my switch is for a different application. I will use it as a simple on/off switch until I can find a correct one. Jim Yergin
  13. Here are pictures of what I believe to be my original Ford driving lamps switch. However I am confused by the connections. When the switch is off there is continuity only between the bottom terminal in the picture and the top right hand terminal. When the switch is in the on position there is only continuiity bewteen the bottom terminal and the top left hand terminal. Given those connections, I do not understand how the connections between the power source, the driving lamps, and the tail lights (as shown in the Ford installation instructions) work. Can someone help me understand them? Is my switch actually for some other application? Thanks. Jim Yergin
  14. paul2748, I did check continuity both ways. When you say "there is no feedback to the road lamps when the regular lights are on" do mean that, when the road lamp switch is off but the headlights are on, the road lamps are not on? Jim Yergin
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