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  1. Hi Mr. Franklin: My best advice for you is to check the CCCA Forum under Technicsl, up above here as well as to check out the Willys Overland Knight Registry forum at wokr.org. Post your query there - plenty of great, knowledgeable Knight folk there to help you with your Four Cylinder Sleeve Valve.
  2. Hi Drew: I have a Steering Column - NO Steering Wheel. Fits 1915 Closed OR 1916 Open T. PM me if you're interested. Thanks. (it came from a 1916 Touring). Thanks, EH.
  3. Looking to purchase a Steering Wheel & Horn Button for a 1940 Willys!!! If the wheel requires work - no problem. The Horn Button can be good or not - need one for a pattern. Will try to reproduce one; if I can't locate a good, useable Horn Button. If you have a 1933 - 1936 Steering Wheel OR Horn Button - I'd be interested, as well. Thanks loads!!!!!
  4. Just wondering if anyone has any info; photos or ??? details on 1933 - 1936 Willys Model 77 Speedsters or Midget Racers etc.? I've seen at least one photo of a Speedster. Thanks for your help & assistance.
  5. Certainly hope you're feeling better now! Look forward to seeing more photos of your woodgraining work - along with any tips you have to pass on. Thanks for posting.
  6. Here's a guy in Montana to get a quote from - does great glass!!!!! CBlattie at aol dot com or Private Message me for his phone number. Tell him Willys 77 sent the recommendation.
  7. I'm searching for 1932 Ford Pickup Truck Door Hinges. I'm not sure if the larger trucks share the same hinges or not. Are 1933 & 1934 Ford Truck Hinges the same as 1932??? Would take either half of the hinge - door portion or cowl portion! Thanks for any help &/or leads!
  8. Nice to see some of the more "uncommon & less popular" cars being resurrected! Had an opportunity to obtain a '42 Coupe years ago - but did not - unfortunately. Go for it.
  9. Hi George. Thanks for the note. Can you email a photo or two, please? Is the wheel a solid disc or does it have cutouts in it? That will determine the year. Thanks! Tom
  10. Hello firetruckdoc! And any others with Willys parts - STILL searching for any parts, whatsoever! Send a PM or please email me??? Thank you.
  11. If the Meteor was mine, I'd want to preserve it, best as possible. You could soda blast the floor & frame - not taking it apart or pull it apart? Depends on the amount of rust. I'd rather have the Meteor than a tri-five Chevy. My '64 Beaumont (for sale) is neater than a comparable Chevelle in my opinion. Just sayin'. Others may not agree & that's fine with me.
  12. Hello tmarvin. The Aluminum Heads are factory "Made In Canada" items. I'm not an expert, but did own a '51 Meteor Coupe back in the day! Sold or traded off, unfortunately. They're still out there - what do you need? Likely trim items - these are "Meteor Specific" for the year. Send me a pm & I'll look for a few parts, if you wish? Where are you?
  13. Looking to purchase ANY '35-'36 or early 1937 Willys Pickup Truck or Panel Delivery "specific" sheet metal!!!!!! Body parts from the "rear" of the Passenger Cab and back. Also want Fenders; Hood Side Panels, Grille Panel and Panel between the front frame horns. Leads appreciated. Thank you very much for your help in locating any of these parts.
  14. '41 Ford Tudor or Coach. Not exactly sure of the Model. Probably a "Standard" as opposed to a more DeLuxe version. Some Ford expert will weigh in, likely.
  15. Hi Steve. There should be a couple of holes on the firewall corresponding to the holes in the tag. This is just a guess - should be near the master cylinder or brake booster. Not sure but on the left side.