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Hi I have a 1941 Buick Special 8. It has a 248 inline 8. I just got my radiator back and have been trying to get the car running. We were trying to figure out the timing but I don't understand how to do this with out the "degree scale" on later cars (excuse my lack of proper terminology). There is a mark or indentation on the flywheel but nothing to measure it against. As well I have been unable to find what the timing should be set to. All I can seam to find is "BTDC or as marked) I'm not fully sure I understand this. What mark are they referring to and what does it line up with? The last thing we were having trouble was the dwell. I found something that I think was saying between 21 an 30. I not fully confident it that value though. Below are some pictures. I am also in the process of converting to 12V. This is just a temporary setup while we are trying to get it working. There are more pictures at Edward Marciano's Photos - 41 Buick | Facebook Thanks for all your help guys Ed
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.
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
Hey everyone! We have a huge selection of points, sets, condensors, rotors, caps, and more for a lot of antique vehicles. I'm posting a few points sets here, but contact me if you're looking for anything you don't see listed and we'll see if we've got it. Points set - Packard with Northeast Ignition 1930 to 1934 - brand new old stock, we've got a few on hand. Fairly hard to find nowadays. $174.99/set Points set - Franklin, Hupmobile, Velie and Paige from 1922 to 1927 - new old stock, fits different years of these vehicles. Click the link for a complete listing. $49.99 I add more items to the site every week, keep an eye on it. And don't hesitate to message, email, or call me if you're looking for something specific. Chuck Bailey MV Lighting (815) 919-3367 www.mvlites.com email@example.com