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Guest yellowbeard

Hi guys, glad to be here. got a new project with alot to learn. mostly on 1st. gen. novas. Now I have a 1931 5 window coupe.

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Guest yellowbeard

thanks, new to this old of car, torn between leaving the original 6 or upgrading. what are you working on? thanks Joe

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Hi Joe,

I understand the quandry about putting in a bigger engine, newer suspension and newer brakes. I think after you drive it for awhile you will enjoy the "old timey" feeling of driving a part of history. Initially, I was going to change the running gear inthe 1936 International pickup I am restoring. After planning and shopping, I realized that all I would end up with is another hot rod. So, I kept it original and enjoy cruising down to the local Home Depot and turning heads with one "like it used to be.".

I also have a restored 1926 Model T Ford, and I am restoring a 1930 Buick 4 door sedan.

Dwight

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Guest yellowbeard

I know what you mean,I Kinda like the old motor and trans, I live in a small town where the fastest speed limit is 45. Speed and comfort ain't everything.

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