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Search Fender Skirts
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Mike
Hi,
search fender skirts for 120er Convertible Coupe 1937.preferably original with black paint.
Greetings Mike

Posted on: 2023/11/24 16:05
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Re: Lowering
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Thanks for your answers, of course I won't lower the car. Greetings mike

Posted on: 2023/11/24 16:02
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Lowering
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What do you think about lowering the 1937 Convertible Coupe?
Greetings Mike

Posted on: 2023/11/19 15:40
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Re: Temperature connection at the head
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I had the entire system overhauled by Kaja Tachodienst in Germany. top quality

Posted on: 2023/11/17 14:43
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Carter WDO Carburetor adjustment
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The Carter Service Procedure always mentions special adjustment tools from Carter. Do you really need it or are there other tricks?
I have the problem of a hole in the middle of accelerating.

Greetings Mike

Posted on: 2023/10/16 5:11
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Re: Tighten axle nuts 1937er 120
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Thanks Bob, great tip

Posted on: 2023/10/12 13:31
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Re: Mechanical fuel pump and electric is it possible?
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I have a Hardi pump from Germany. I wrote them an email today and they replied immediately. The pumps are suitable for this and the mechanical pump also pulls the petrol through there when the pump is switched off. So I can just put them in between.

Posted on: 2023/10/9 14:00
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Re: Tighten axle nuts 1937er 120
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great thank you. Does anyone have a picture of the puller for the rear brake drum with hub?

Posted on: 2023/10/9 13:55
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Mechanical fuel pump and electric is it possible?
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I overhauled my mechanical fuel pump. the system is so completely original.
Can I put an electric fuel pump in the line so that I can have it pumped briefly after a long period of standstill?
Did any of you build it like that? Makes sense?

Greetings and thanks
Mike

Posted on: 2023/10/9 7:48
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Re: Tighten axle nuts 1937er 120
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Back Please

Posted on: 2023/10/9 7:36
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