jan arnett (2)

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  1. Do you have access to McMaster Carr? Look at their mats.
  2. What are the rest of your dimensions. This one is 61 inches. It is under stuff which I need to pull out to get better pictures.
  3. My 23 Moon has a continential engine and the same arraignment. The important thing to remember is the oil level float. I put a white mark on it so I can see it. Have a great day
  4. I purchased brown linoleum from Tony for my 23 Dodge and I was very satisfied. I used rubber matting for my Star running boards and purchased it from MacMaster Carr. I purchased counter molding from Lowes for edgeing.
  5. There have been several discussions on this forum regarding aftermarket turn signals but I don't remember anyone having a good solution that is wireless. Electrical systems on antique can present a whole new problem with interference. Check Model A supplier to see what they have. I just bite the bullet on mine and add wired turn signals same as a brake light.
  6. IT is not the one with silver on it. Give me a couple of minutes and I will post pictures of the information you need. I used to be one of the technical editors for the Durant club so I probably have all the information you need and there is a great Durant Club that publishes a monthly magazine call the standard.
  7. No matter what you do you still have bicycle tires on it. The best was is the way Fred Flint Stone did it.
  8. I can't get it to work on a laptop.
  9. That is an aftermarket bumper. I have several but they are not chrome.
  10. I have no inventory, no pay but still I spend money.
  11. Ron where did you get your floor mat material?
  12. There is a sucker born each day and it only takes one.
  13. The gentleman who might have a MOON do you have a name and contact.
  14. Joe what this gentleman wants to do the factory service manuals are a little over kill but I agree for major work they are mandatory.
  15. Kenny you should post this in the Durant portion of the forum and check out the Durant Club. Hard part to find as they are pot metal.
  16. I would also get two copies one for you and one for him. If I remember right the fluid information is on a sticker under the hood. This car is new enough that there are still examples in junk yards. Buying parts from a junk yard especially pull and pay is a great way to learn about your car cheaply. He may also find some options that are not on his car that he can add.
  17. First thing he needs is a service manual and owners manual which will give him the specifications for the car ,and then a "chilltons" or" motors" manual. His local library may have these.