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  1. Good for you! Can't beat good friends Charley
  2. Sorry for your lost. Remember all the good times. Charley
  3. Hi Steve No she doesn't have any desire to drive the truck. Not much room on the inside. We have fun with it. The early 1930 truck above is really nice. Our A is a late 1931 with the Budd cab metal roof. Just happened to be the truck we located when looking to buy. My buddy Don Vincent, Mr. Model A, stopped over to view it. He said "someone put a sheet metal roof on your car". Told him yeah the factory. Lol Best of success on your search. Charley
  4. Friday the wife cut and loaded some yard waste in the 31 Model A. Then asked if I could drive her over to the township recycling center to unload it. We went to Lowe's and lunch. Noticed the truck wasn't charging. So all we did with it on Saturday was haul delivered mulch from the front yard to the back yard. Charley
  5. Thanks for everyone's input. Was able to purchase a tap from Western Tap in California. Got prices from $109 up to $177. Taking price, service, attitude, and shipping into consideration.
  6. John It's for the female nut that attaches the speedometer cable to the male thread. I guess it's the 22 thread per inch that is the roadblock. Just ordered a tap from Western Tap in California. Best Charley
  7. Bhigdog The nut to hold the cable to the speedometer. Thanks Charley
  8. Thanks Joe $33.00 ups ground freight. No thanks. I'd of bought the tap is the freight was $10.00 or less. Let them keep it.
  9. Ed It's for a Star brass speedometer for our 1908 F Buick. Where the brass cable hooks to the speedometer. Wish you had needed and bought one for your White. Then I could of borrowed it. O well, that's how my luck goes. Best Charley
  10. Thanks Greg but I need 22 thread per inch. It's a special thread. Best Charley
  11. Need a 9/16-22 thread per inch bottom tap. Special thread. No luck on eBay, Amazon, or McMaster Carr. Did locate one in Mass. Little pricey $133.00. Called Widell in Michigan and left a voicemail. Any other sources? Need to tap just one new brass nut. Thanks in advance Charley
  12. C Carl and Hidden_hunter appreciate your response. I edited the ad to remove the Type 61 years. Best Charley
  13. Matt It's fixed and that's all that matters. The measure of accomplishment is the end result. Rather than the effort made Best Charley
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