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Hello, We are restoring a 1929 Chrysler Model 75.... We are primarily needing engine and transmission parts at this time. Please call to discuss what you have.... Here is a link to the restoration progress 1929 Chrysler Restoration Progress-Dan and Jerry Lynch - Classic Garage Thank You, Brad Enders 208-755-3334
Hi All, I am thinking to change the spring rubber insulators of my 1929 Chrysler 75. I read many different threads at this forum about this, and about the Steele products too. Once I am in Brazil and these parts are expensive in US, and they would arrive at prohibitive costs to my country (taxes are very high) , I was thinking in moulding these spring rubber insulators here. Does anyone have a picture of such rubber insulator? Does anyone have experience in replacing these rubber insulators with different solutions, rather than Steele products? Thanks, JRA
Hi Everyone, I own a 1929 Chrysler, model "75", and its distributor is a Delco-Remy model 659-B, what I believe is the original one. The car owners manual presents such distributor with two contact points. My car is operating very weel, no missing cylinder, but its distributor has only one contact point. When I open the distributor, I can easily see space for a second contact point, as you can see in the picture. I was told each contact point would deal with three cylinders, but as far I can listen well, all six cylinders are operating properly. What is the purpose of such second contact point? If the car needs two, what malfunction occurs when using just one? Thanks JRA 1928 Chevrolet National, touring 1929 Chrysler "75", roadster 1951 Plymouth Cranbrook 1954 Willys Jeep CJ3B