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Joe Cocuzza last won the day on July 27 2015

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  1. A friend of mine has a vintage 1940's wooden luggage rack for sale. All the wood has been refinished. Asking $500.00 or B/O Call Mark - 508-244-1025 He can send you pictures
  2. The man I was fortunate enough to meet way back in 1982 was not a great designer/race car driver etc.... He was the founder of the National Woody Club - Mr. Will O'Neil - and what a wonderful person he was, too. He was the ONE person who was, at least in my eyes, responsible for bringing Woodies and their owners together and giving the cars the recognition they deserved to a much broader audience other than just in "the surfers world"
  3. From here to high heaven. Maybe it's legit but my "Spider Senses" are tingling
  4. Just asking..... If it was a Coupe from the factory and converted to a Convertible has the frame been reinforced with x-members and such to obtain the proper structural strength needed when the roof was cut off? Or is the Coupe frame the same as the Convertibles and wouldn't need reinforcing?
  5. I am not that close to your 81. However, I agree about slowing down and losing people. I have some physical problems - knee,hernia,etc.(I abused my body when I was young playing sports) - that I am taking care of now so MAYBE I will be in a better position to pick up the pace on fixing/using my cars. Also, factor in that I am still working 6 days a week so time to concentrate on them is very limited. Especially when other aspects of life need to be attended to as well. But I will get there eventually
  6. I have been messing with cars for 50+ years and I have the capabilities to do what needs to be done. I like doing most of the work myself and I prefer not farming things out - unless I do not have the capacity/tools to do the job correctly. It, at least for me, in my mind is "if you want something done correctly, do it yourself" Plus, I get major satisfaction out of accomplishing/completing a phase of restoration, no matter how long it takes.
  7. According to my kids the most common name is : "When you die, how much are they worth?"
  8. Members 1.2k Author Posted 8 minutes ago Okay. Long overdue update time. I was able to install the new fuel tank/sending unit into the Caddy. Now the car runs as it should feeding off the fuel tank. I am removing the drums and looking at the wheel cylinders which more than likely will be rebuilt Progress is slow and now it has stopped for a bit - just had surgery a week ago - so no bending/lifting for a while Hope to get back at it by end of August because I am planning another surgery for knee replacement in Oct/Nov which will knock me out of commission for the rest of this year.
  9. Okay. Long overdue update time. I was able to install the new fuel tank/sending unit into the Caddy. Now the car runs as it should feeding off the fuel tank. I am removing the drums and looking at the wheel cylinders which more than likely will be rebuilt Progress is slow and now it has stopped for a bit - just had surgery a week ago - so no bending/lifting for a while Hope to get back at it by end of August because I am planning another surgery for knee replacement in Oct/Nov which will knock me out of commission for the rest of this year.
  10. Long overdue update. When we went to move the car,while I was driving it, it stalled about 1.5 miles from our destination (of course) Couldn't get it restarted so we had to push it (with tires between the bumpers - no damage done) to my friends carport. Looked into the no start problem. Replaced points (twice), cap, wires, condenser and plugs. Still wouldn't start. No spark to plugs. Don't ask me why I didn't replace the rotor with the rest of the parts - cannot answer that one... My friend popped the new rotor in yesterday and the Lark fired right up and ran great. Now I am reconsidering the purchase of this car
  11. Maybe I will call the owner of the Nash and see whats what.
  12. And I sold mine, with a running/driving parts car, for $1200.00 - way back when, of course Geeeezzzzz
  13. I have ALWAYS liked Woodies and have owned quite a few over the years. I now have only 2 - 47 T & C Sedan and a 49 Plymouth But I am always looking to add one or more to the collection......
  14. " cut front coils for 2” drop. " Lost me right there Might want to check the quarter panels,too. Is that a patch welded in - in the picture of the inside of the trunk?
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