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Re: Correct Radiator Coolant- HELP
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Frequent changes are the key to saving those radiators. My 1981 Mercedes was my daily driver for many years. I replaced the coolant annually. It still has the original radiator! Now that it has moved to my tiny "collection", I do not change it as often as it does not get driven that often. So, for a collector car, 2-3 years seems reasonable.

Posted on: 2015/11/13 15:20
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Re: 1946 - 1651 Custom Super Clipper added to the corral
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Thank you for saving this jewel!

Posted on: 2015/11/13 15:15
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Re: Diameter of correct fuel line for the 1947 356 engine.
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Thanks Howard. This is really helpful.
Robert

Posted on: 2015/10/31 13:57
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Diameter of correct fuel line for the 1947 356 engine.
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I need to buy a coil of fuel line to replace the fuel line on my clipper. What is the correct fuel line diameter..inside diameter if known.
Many thanks to the great responses on this site.

Posted on: 2015/10/31 12:34
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Re: Heat riser repair
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The illustration is a treasure. Thanks.

Posted on: 2015/10/31 12:30
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Re: Heat riser repair
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The illustration is a treasure. Thanks.

Posted on: 2015/10/31 12:28
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Re: Heat riser repair
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Thanks! Great response..

Posted on: 2015/10/31 12:28
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Heat riser repair
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I know the heat riser is not really needed where I live. But, I plan to enter my 1947 Clipper in judging in the future and was wondering if anyone had a source for a rebuild kit to get it working. It is currently wired open and the engine performs beautifully (recently took a one day 220 mile trip!) but thought I should pursue getting it back to as close to original as possible.
I am changing the exhaust manifold gasket soon and thought I should look into this while the manifold was off the car.

Any comments or suggestions??

Posted on: 2015/10/30 12:58
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Re: 47 356 manifolds
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How did you install them? in pieces or as a unit? I have this job coming up myself...
Thanks

Posted on: 2015/10/18 21:57
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Re: Replace fuel sender 1947 Custom Super Clipper.
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I use a Stabil ethanol seperater product. Recommended by a guy with a great collection.

Yes gas is cheaper (thank God) but don't want to empty 20 gallons of gas...a little dangerous and messy.

I have to take a trip somewhere...but not too far at 10 MPG!!

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Posted on: 2015/10/2 14:11
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