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Re: 56 T'Ultra Push Button or Lever poll.
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5687 PB converted to lever by a previous owner

Posted on: 2009/2/19 13:18
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Re: 1956 Build Slip Codes
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I have found the production slips for a number of 1948-50 cars in both locations - taped to the top of the glovebox as well as folded and tucked between the gas tank filler neck and vent tube. I also found one at the filler tube location on a 1947 Clipper that I used to own.

Posted on: 2009/2/19 1:00
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Re: Fuel pump heat shield 1947 356" engine-picture needed.
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Here are some pictures of the heat shield and mounting bracket for a 22nd - 23rd Series Custom 8. The 21st Series should be similar except does not need the U shaped cutout on the back which is for the vacuum line to the wipers.

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Posted on: 2009/2/9 22:59
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Re: Fuel pump heat shield 1947 356" engine-picture needed.
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Dave,

It looks like you have the 1951-54 version. If you look closely at the illustration in the 1941-47 Clipper parts book you will see that the correct shield extends down a lot farther on the back side. The shield for 22nd - 23rd Series Custom 8's should be similar to the one for your car and that one does not have the slot as shown on the one you have as well as Kevins but rather uses 2 holes for the angle bracket that attaches to the rear fuel pump mounting bolt. I could send a picture later if you like.

Posted on: 2009/2/9 21:31
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Re: Newest Articles
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Kevin,

Thanks for the update.

Two more things that I have noticed regarding STB's is that the link for 51T-49 actually brings up a duplicate copy of 51T-24 instead and also that I can't get the link to work for 53T-22.

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Posted on: 2009/2/8 17:38
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Re: 1948 Super Side View Mirrors
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Denny Z wrote:
My other question is; where on the molding is placement of the mirror correct?


A 22nd Series Custom 8 sedan that I parted out had factory installed door mirrors. On that car the front mounting hole for the mirror was 3-1/2 inches back from the front of the stainless moulding on the door. I would expect the earlier Clippers to be similar.

Posted on: 2009/1/26 22:24
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Re: 1948 Super Side View Mirrors
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There should be a metal spacer between the mirror and the belt moulding that fits between the ribs on the moulding. Thickness is 1/16 inch, width 5/16 inch and length 4-1/8 inch with the ends slightly rounded to match the base of the mirror. Diameter of the holes is about 3/16 inch with spacing to match the mirror base.

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Posted on: 2009/1/23 16:26
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Re: Wrong Shock replaced what year was it for?
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Hi Don,

The Delco 1946K shock was used for the left front on 1942-47 Clippers and all 1948-50 models. I'm surprised that Apple Hydraulics doesn't list them.

Posted on: 2008/12/29 23:50
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Re: Wanted - Wiper Blades for a '41 120
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Hi Mal,

I have a few Trico catalogs. The 1946 edition shows number U-778 11" long for 1941 models with electric wipers but these are for saddle type arms which are different than the ones in your picture.The 1953 edition still shows the U-778 as well as TAU-11. the TAU-11 is a universal 11 inch replacement blade that will fit 4 different arm types including the ones that you have. The Anco blades that you bought have the same universal mounting setup as the Trico but it looks like they are 12 inch which may be too long for your windshield. The TAU-11 blades have a wide range of applications and should be quite easy to find.

Posted on: 2008/12/29 23:18
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Re: Gas Door Guard for a 1951 Senior
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Hi Bob,

The one you want is Part # PA436058 which was used for 1951 to 1953 models. There is one presently listed on eBay.

Brian

Posted on: 2008/12/19 1:38
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