jan arnett (2)

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  1. Randy nice looking car. You should contact the Durant club and also post in the Durant section of this section. There are several woodies in the Durant club.
  2. Don't tempt me. If I had room I would.
  3. This looks like a nice car to get in and drive. https://www.ebth.com/items/11024521-partially-restored-1941-buick-special-eight-sedan
  4. There are two cars on Everthing but the house that look like excellent candidates for restoration or drive them as they sit. I will post the other one separately. https://www.ebth.com/items/11024527-1949-chrysler-new-yorker-sedan
  5. I have cut offs in all my car and I put fuse blocks in also. Since I rewire all my cars it is easy to install fuse blocks and fuse the important circuits. I used to get them from Radio Shack but the last one I had to but on line. I also put in fuel shut offs for leaking carbs.
  6. I hope it doesn't get down to political party.
  7. Then retorque after about 50 miles.
  8. Victoria sorry about the situation you find your self in and I know with your perseverance you will see your way thru. I live in KY and when I had a farm I had a JD like yours along with a Massie and a FORD. These tractors are used around here by hobby farmers or to do chores on larger farms. I checked with a friend of mine who used to own a local JD dealer. Since it has a bush hog on it that's what it was probably used for most of the time. Some one else asked if you had any other accessories and you do have a chipper. The more accessories the higher value. They were and still are good tractors. He said the value that you have been getting is accurate in this area. To sell it he suggested starting it up and making a video. He said that dealers can't give you anything because they probably have several on their lot. He also suggested contacting the local 4H or FFA to see if someone needs one.
  9. The is a great Durant Club out there and there is a section in this forum for Durant carts and continential engines.
  10. They make them in a crows foot wrench.
  11. I believe I have a piece of asbestos replacement material left over from doing a T muffler.
  12. How much do you need?
  13. I think it may be earlier. Check with the Durant Club or post in the Durant or Continential section of this forum.
  14. This is the statement that concerns me and I am already putting seat belts In my Moon. "The California Highway Patrol is still investigating the crash but talks of changing the laws revolving around classic cars are already in the works. If this legislation is approved, that means that all cars, no matter how old, must have seatbelts or harnesses installed to be legal and road worthy. While safety is no doubt a priority, these classics have been around for decades without any of these features. Also, this means drilling holes into million-dollar Concours cars."
  15. https://www.yahoo.com/news/kevin-hart-likely-file-lawsuit-220541042.html
  16. Have you looked in the Dodge forum. Do you have pictures? Where are you located? If you have pictures I may have some.
  17. I grew up before seat belts were required and then when they were required. I am going to put them in my 23 Moon touring to make sure that my grand children stay put. I am putting an extra cross member in to hold the belts. I realize that they are not perfect but I feel they are better then nothing. I am not putting them in my 1916 T or 1923 Dodge because you are sitting on fuel tanks.
  18. I hope it does not get restored but kept original.