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Looking for the 90 degree fuel pump adapter for my 1940 Pontiac Torpedo Model 2927C
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!
I am selling good working condition parts off my 1948 239 6 cyl Pontiac engine. Interested? Make me an offer... - Resurfaced Head - 239 6 cyl (local machine shop) - Cater WA-1 Carburetor (rebuilt w/receipt) - Generator (6V) - Intake/Exhuast Manifold (treated with heat temp paint) - Hydromatic Tranny (rebuilt w/receipt) - 1948 Hydromatic Tranny Shop Manual I am also selling the following in fair condition: - Rubber Stone Guards - Headlight Bezels (set) - LH-RH Moldings (set) If intersted, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, I am looking for a single right-hand trunk lid hinge or a pair of LH/RH trunk hinges from the then-new 1940+ GM "Torpedo body" sedan. This body was used on Cadillac series 62, Lasalle Series 52, Oldsmobile, Buick, and Pontiac. Please contact me at : email@example.com or 574-259-1643.