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Re: where is the rubber support installed?
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Mike
is there a picture of how it is installed?

Mike

Posted on: 1/29 3:42
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Fender Skirts
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Mike
I'm considering adding fender skirts to my car. there are some made of tin or plastic. What would you recommend, plastic or sheet metal? And how are the sentences attached?

Posted on: 1/26 15:03
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Re: where is the rubber support installed?
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Mike
that's exactly the part. i will try

Posted on: 1/26 14:53
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where is the rubber support installed?
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Mike
I got my car partially disassembled, my question is where is the part on the car?

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Posted on: 1/23 3:26
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Re: Spark Plug 1935-1936
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Mike
Super thank you

Posted on: 1/23 3:08
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Spark Plug 1935-1936
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Hi,
1937-1947 original Champion Y-4 10mm plugs were used on the 8 cylinder, which 14mm plugs were original 1935-1936?

Posted on: 1/22 6:19
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Re: Spare wheel holder 1937 original?
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Mike
Exactly, thanks for your pictures.
maybe someone has the parts left

Posted on: 1/15 17:16
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Spare wheel holder 1937 original?
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Mike
Hi,
I have the original lower plate, what does the other part of the bracket look like? Do any of you have the parts?

Greetings Mike

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Posted on: 1/15 9:10
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Re: Fuel Gauge 1937er Convertible Coupe
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Mike
thanks for the tip, i will try it.

hello mike

Posted on: 1/7 16:17
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Re: Fuel Gauge 1937er Convertible Coupe
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Mike
@Howard
I also have the original radio installed
Greetings and Thanks Mike

Posted on: 1/7 15:13
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