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Re: New Zealand Adventures
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Posted on: Yesterday 0:35
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Re: 1924 Sport 136
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... it looks like someone put “Skippy” in the gearbox ...

Karl, with the practiced eye of a trained car mechanic, I'll tell you that Skippy is a slightly lighter shade. However, I also have to acknowledge that Nutella is darker. I therefore conclude that it could be a mixture.

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Posted on: 2/20 12:45
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Re: FDR riding in a Packard
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This is, what you get, if you are in Europe -> geo-blocking. Presumably this was the reason for naming the video "The Dark Secrets of FDR’s 4th Presidential Term".


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Posted on: 2/19 14:11
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Re: Not sure what I have exactly
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What a long ship!

Posted on: 2/19 14:03
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Re: First fill up
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... and immediately the most interesting vehicle at the gas station, congrats 56Packard.

Posted on: 2/18 3:30
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Re: Photo of a Henney flower car from my collection
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...But I did get a photo of the ornament/antenna I saw in the Nethercutt.

Mal (Ozstatman), the top part appears to be cut off. But when I look at it, I understand even less these eternal cormorant/pelican/swan discussions. Even in the land of opportunity, swans don't wear horizontally striped sweaters.

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Posted on: 2/13 16:28
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Re: New Zealand Adventures
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...we had been up for over 36hrs so we were wiped out...


36 hours is a long time. Your sleep will then have been very deep and restful.
The museum I like. The exhibits are not enclosed in sterile glass coffins. The proportion of European small cars is remarkably large. Among them I also recognize several vehicles from the 1950s and 1960s in Germany that are powered by two-stroke engines. People were much slimmer than they are today.
Thank you very much for the photos.

Posted on: 2/12 15:51
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Re: North East TEU 10868 distributor
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Mel (‘29 633 Mel), the shape of the distributor cap in the upper area gave me no peace and I continued searching. The cap is divided, the upper area can be removed separately.
Now I realize that you, Marty & Gary probably already knew this and were only talking about the little lid that forms the top outer finish.


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Posted on: 2/5 17:25
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Re: North East TEU 10868 distributor
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...Since no one has replied, I'm guessing there is no great answer. The two should just come apart...

Mel (‘29 633 Mel), I'm afraid Marty is right. Attached you will find three preview images of the lower sealing surface. All of them are TEU 10868.

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...I would twist it first...

Gary (GaryinSC), I feel the same temptation. But shoot a glance at image 4, please. The distributor cap is protected against rotation.


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Posted on: 2/5 16:13
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Re: Had to laugh
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This trailer was once a vital component of General Custer's wagon fort. Mal (Ozstatman) knew about it and that was the reason why he posted this thread in the General forum. The lights of the trailer were deliberately turned off; that was part of the plan. I believe that the tire burst is due to another cause. Have you ever checked them for traces of arrowheads?

Posted on: 2/2 12:40
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