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  1. Hi I'm new to the site and I just got a 49 Plymouth. I'm just getting into classic cars and I'm 28. It was running when I bought it (two weeks ago) and I had a friend change out a number of things (spark plugs, fuel pump, distributor cap, rotor, points, coil, choke, and cleaned the carb) Well before I went to get it the cap was off and it isn't running now. My questions are..... There's a 12v negative ground battery, isn't this wrong? I got it like this. Its turning turning but will not start and I'm stuck. There's no spark in the new coil when I ran wires straight from the battery to it. There's no sparks in 2 spark plugs I checked. The set the points to .020. Is there something else I can do? I want to convert the points to electric ignition, is there any kits for a 6v? before he messed with it we ran a full tank of gas through it now I can't get it started.
  2. An elderly freind in the car lcub has a really nice aluminum-bodied 1926 Cadillac V8 coupe that is in dire need of a distributor. He has had the car for close to ten years, and that is all that is keeping it from running. Does anyone out there have a rebuildable 1926 Cadillac Delco distributor? Or know of a way to substitute something else? He's in his upper eighties now and in poor helath - I'd like to see him get it running before it's too late. I've had no luck walking Hershey the past few years. Bob Stein Norfolk VA 757-270-3689 (cell) posti@aol.com
  3. I'd like to buy an atwater-kent distributor, model RA, that fits a series11B Franklin. I am especially interested in obtaining a good distributor cap. Anyone have a lead?
  4. Did some horse trading about a week ago, custom bike for a 1925 Dodge Brothers Coach with a 4 cylinder. I can do just about anthing needed to keep the car running if I can find parts. I have been trying to find plugs, cap, rotor and plug wires. I will also need to rebuild the carb and fuel pump system to be able to really think of the car as being reliable. Any parts numbers or contact would be greatly appreciated. Please feel free to contact me if you know where i can find any of these. (fivefour oh)2 zero4 zero1three seven
  5. I am looking for some mechanical advance return springs for an Australian 1926/7 Pontiac Tourer. I hope someone is able to help Cheers, Ryan
  6. 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
  7. I removed the distributor from my 1937 Plymouth engine, and forgot to mark it. How do I re-install it properly so the timing is correct? Thanks. 37Plymouthguy. :confused:
  8. Model # 1110861 6A12 Model # 1110849 5C19, I think these are 1956 Buick Cubic inch 322 V8 Used $ 75.00 for both. Call Ed 714-496-3430, or 714-591-5457
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