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Re: Ole
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Phil_78
Thanks Mike!

Posted on: 4/7 18:49
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Re: Ultramatic questions?????
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Phil_78
Thanks Ross for the clarity. Will let you know how I go 😊

Posted on: 4/7 5:10
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Ultramatic questions?????
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Phil_78
Hi Guys and girls. I'm pulling down my ultramatic in my 56 Clipper. Firstly, in the pic below, i'm thinking this is my hi range clutch assembly but someone has welded it and i'm not quite sure why? Also when I went to bolt up my transmission (bellhousing to motor), it doesn't seem to matter how hard I try I cant get it all the way home. comes up about a half inch short and I cant get it flush to bolt it up. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated...

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Posted on: 4/7 1:35
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Re: Wanted. 1956 Clipper horn emblem
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Phil_78
Thanks Owen_dyneto/Dave, but I have spoken to him and he doesn't have a black and silver one.

Posted on: 3/24 23:47
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Re: Wanted. 1956 Clipper horn emblem
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Phil_78
Thanks Don and Dads 56. I have one in ok condition (Just cracks from old age), so i'm in no rush. I think i'll just wait till a 'NOS' one turns up. But thanks again, I appreciate the help,

Phil

Posted on: 3/24 0:44
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Re: Ole
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Phil_78
All good! 😁

Posted on: 3/22 1:09
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Re: Ole
#7
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Phil_78
Awesome! Would be great to know. And if it is the same car it would be good to get into contact with him! Thanks again, Phil

Posted on: 3/13 4:25
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Re: Ole
#8
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Phil_78
Hi, I appoligise as i've hijacked this thread. Originally, I was asking about the trim codes on Ole's Executive but it morphed into a conversation about my Custom. Maybe I could move it to a new thread topic?

Posted on: 3/11 14:48
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Re: Ole
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Phil_78
I just remembered, the bloke I bought it off, (a nice old man named Brian) mentioned that some dealer had it for sale for a ridiculous amount back in the day. He (Brian) has had it since 2007. So this all seems to line up. I'm guessing he bought it off the young bloke.

Posted on: 3/11 3:58
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Re: Ole
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Phil_78
WOW! I bought mine from the Melbourne area. I be suprised if it wasn't mine as so few came to Australia. The build number is 2435 (i'll post a pic). Also it is a 57 interior code. This code is suppose to be yellow vinyl and black cloth. But only the door/side trim is black cloth. The black parts on the seats are all vinyl. Keep me posted! Would be great to learn some history on it! Thanks!

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Posted on: 3/11 3:15
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