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Re: 1938 Eight (120) engine pan
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Well, if anyone needs one for the left side, that being with the hole for the pitman arm, I gots one...

Oh well...

DAF

Posted on: 11/19 19:48:19
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Re: 1938 Eight (120) engine pan
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!@#$% !! I have one orphan 38-39 pan. Did I mark it left or right...nooo...that would be too easy. Can someone post a picture or remind me how to tell...flat vertical side to engine or frame?

Thank you.

Posted on: 11/19 6:31:22
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Re: 1940 Packard convertible top
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maybe....I have a bag of some of the header hardware...
Must know what is being sought.

Posted on: 11/15 18:32:43
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Re: dashlights dimmer switch
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great job on the tool. Switch "looks" good, what typically happens is as stated, corrosion on the "finger" that runs along the embedded coil. I have also seen the phenolic plate become loose from the swedged end of the shaft and need to be peened just a little bit, carefully.

Posted on: 11/13 19:38:45
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Re: WTB 356Ci Block
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PM sent. and for the record, your garage is still too clean.

Posted on: 11/11 20:22:56
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Re: Speedometer cable
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once the 4 nuts are off and the cable and light socket removed, the whole speedo is then pulled back and out. Not difficult, just fussy access. Once out, send it to Pat.

Posted on: 11/11 20:21:24
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Re: 1940 Ignition Switch
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Have available rebuilt/restored ignition switch still in the MM package for 175 plus shipping. Current price is 295 plus 125 core if you ain't got one...

Posted on: 11/8 18:47:20
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Re: 8" Trippe driving lights
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You are likely recalling White Glove Restorations/Richard Bloomquist, now being run, or run down, by Cord Bloomquist.
quick search on ebait should pull him up for contact, I think under Bloomie48. maybe...

Posted on: 10/29 11:18:15
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Re: WANTED radiator 1936 packard 120
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Suggest you consider a new aluminum radiator which would also allow for a pressurized system. About $600 if I recall..

I remind you I am your local go to resource...just very limited availability lately due to tornado in my neighborhood.

Posted on: 10/23 21:02:51
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Re: 1937 120-c convertible window frame measurements
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25 x 5 1/2 for conv.coupe. 7 1/2 for conv. sedan.
Difficult to find 5 1/2's.
Reproduced, stupid expensive.
Reproduced, Ford size, close, about half stupid.
Lemme see what I have available.

Posted on: 10/20 15:54:54
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