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Re: 1950 street rod finished
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Also let us see the power train.

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Re: 1950 street rod finished
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Looks great. What brand did you use for door poppers?

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Re: 1941 packard 120 fenders
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I don't think so because of the 160 and 180 longer wheelbase. Also the part numbers are different.

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Re: thermostat housing
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How about a photo----

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Re: Various CL Pickings
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Sent you a PM

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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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All the wheel cylinders should have a bleeder. If your rear cylinders do not have bleeders they must be broken off. Original bore is 15/16". Here are a few number ---

wc 4803 and wc4804
wc 9025 and wc 9026 --requires adapter for brake line


Suggest you remove old wheel cylinders and take to auto parts store along with
provided numbers.

Posted on: 2/2 20:27:46
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Re: 22nd or 23rd Series Grille
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sent pm

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Re: 1947 Super Clipper Wheel Cylinder
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Years ago when I did the brakes on my 47 Super I used 4803/4 for the front wheel
cylinders. These were direct replacements for the 1" bore originals. The 13368/9
are 1 1/16 bore. These will work if the inlet thread size is 7/16-20 which is the size of the male end of the brake hose. If not then an adapter is required.

Posted on: 12/11 10:26:17
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Re: For Sale Spark Plug Wire Set 1948-1954
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Still available---offers ok

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Re: For Sale Spark Plug Wire Set 1948-1954
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Open to offers---thanks

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