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Re: 55 Clipper Constellation
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Apparently it also has some much coveted A/C parts: engine pulley and compressor with pulleys

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Posted on: 5/26 8:07:15
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Re: 55 Clipper Constellation
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I have never had the motor running, I've spun it with the starter, no reason that it wouldn't run. When my other '55 appeared, there was no reason to continue playing with this one. Standard windows/seats.

Posted on: 5/20 17:48:27
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Re: 55 Clipper Constellation
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I donít see anything under the hood that I recognize as AC

Posted on: 5/19 14:18:47
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Re: 55 Clipper Constellation
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Sure.

It clearly says ďMark IVĒ but the picture isnít clear

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Posted on: 5/19 14:16:01
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Re: 55 Clipper Constellation
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Sooo, not factory air? aftermarket...., I thought that the vents behind the rear seat were factory..., Iíve been wrong before 😀

Posted on: 5/19 13:54:41
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Re: 55 Clipper Constellation
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Certainly, I never did add my other one... guess now I should!

Posted on: 5/19 13:53:19
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Re: 55 Clipper Constellation
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The trunk unit remains, the vents over the back seat exist..., that's the way that I got the car.

Posted on: 5/19 13:41:42
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55 Clipper Constellation
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I got this car to repair and then fell into a decent running Constellation. I need more room for my '28 restoration.

Clear title, original motor spins with the key, rough interior, rear suspension is sitting on a 4x4, (I never got around to investigate), the carb came from a running car, most pieces either on the car or in the trunk.

$1,500...,

Carlisle, PA

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Posted on: 5/19 13:27:41
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Re: Surplus 1928 526 parts
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I could use a few of those parts - at least the rear fenders, perhaps the rear lower shell. what kind of shape is the gas tank in?

Ray

Posted on: 5/9 16:22:45
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Re: Grandpa's '28 526 - The good, The bad, and the Ugly
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So I've had the engine back for about 18 months or so and just realized that I never posted pics of it's triumphant return.

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Posted on: 5/9 16:06:39
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