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  1. As you should be able to see in the pics, I have only taken this out of the box. It has not been installed or altered from its new condition. What I know for sure is what the box says -- Wiring Harness --for 1946 Ford. why I have it I bought this a couple years ago for my 1942 Ford. I was new to the "restoring" thing and had been told if it fit what I have I better buy it. I WAS NOT TOLD THIS BY THE PERSON I GOT THIS FROM Anyway, when i saw a in new condition wiring harness for what should have been the same as my car I bought it. This weekend I started installing the new wiring, I had bought several more pieces as I found them, and found out this will not fit a 1942 Ford Deluxe with a 6 cylinder. Price is $60 shipped, in the USA only.
  2. Hello All, I'm hunting a Sportsman! I'm helping my buddies wife surprise him with a 30th anniversary present in May, so time is of the essence. Hopefully it is not pheasant red or monsoon maroon. I need a fully restored car or really solid survivor. I found one in CA, but the guy just isn't moving fast enough. I'm located in State College PA and am willing to travel anywhere for the right color and am realistic on the pricing. If you know of one , please contact me at 570-220-2276 or at eric@greenvalleymotors.com. Thanks, Eric Allen
  3. Hi, The Chief of the 8th Battalion operated this beauty. I believe that it is a 1946-48 Chevrolet but I'm hoping someone can give me an exact year and perhaps a model? Thanks!! Steve
  4. Just joined up and can't wait to start bugging all of you! I just sold my 1980 Pontiac Lemans to buy a 1946 4-door Torpedo. Not my first choice, but I couldn't afford a 2-door fastback. I am also going to part out my 1970 Tempest to fund this project. The problem is that I have only dabbled in 70's and 80's cars and really don't know a lot about the 40s This car over all is pretty solid, but is missing a lot too. The wiring is in shambles and the interior is gone except for the dash and seats. I can't find any good pictures online of what the interior should look like (including all the little accessories like coat hooks). I also can't find a good wiring diagram. If anyone can help me out with this, it would be greatly appreciated. I am also in the market to start buying parts for this car. if you know anything, please let me know. Thanks so much!
  5. Well, after much thought (and discussion with my wife ) I have decided to sell this ol feller. I bought it fresh out of the barn where it sat since the early 80"s. It was trucked out (early 80"s) from Nebraska where it was originally purchased to here in Texas. It was last registered in 1966 and has 66,000 original miles on it. I plan on getting it running because people have asked me if the motor is froze up or any good. I will get the motor fired up sometime this week.... I hope, that is all Im going to do to it. I have not even washed the dirt and dust off of it. The rust appears to be surface rust only with the bumpers showing signs of some pretty good pitting. Need more pictures, let me know. Thanks Rob
  6. My wife and I inherited a beautiful 1946 Buick Super Convertible. My father in-law restored this car over the past 25 years until his passing this past November. I am aware that less than 6,000 of these were produced. So...just curious as to how many are left today. Is there a data base of some type? If not, I would start one if other owners are interested. Oh...no interest in selling, driving this is like falling in love all over again!
  7. Hello World, I'm trying to find out what is the original front and rear wheel base for a 1946 Dodge pickup. I'm from Australia and since parts are hard to come by I'm fitting a Holden crossmember and differential to get it back on the road but the donor parts can't be more or less than 50mm of the originals. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated Cheers Fred
  8. I'm looking for two Buick Radio knobs. I believe the style I want comes from a 46-48 vehicle. They are the knobs that look like this --http://www.conceptcarz.com/view/photo/424802,11291,0,0/photo.aspx They are made of bakelite or some other plastic. I'm somewhat flexible on color, but prefer a creme, gold/tan... Thank you for looking!
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