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Re: Tom's 1930 733 Sedan
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Tom (Packin31)
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Hi Tom,

Monies worth not enough. A just kidding. I for one have been following along with your progress. I may not be to active on my posts (you know how that goes) but I really enjoy ever single post know matter PRE-War or Post-war. You never know what you may pick up from others tid-bits.

I for one am amazed on the detail you are doing there. You are detailing a lot more then I have done on my 833. If I had the time, patience, room and weather I would done a more detailed job.

Keep up the awesome work there Tom. Will be looking forward to your next update.

Best Regards,

Posted on: 2010/10/4 20:55
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Re: Tom's 1930 733 Sedan
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Thomas Wilcox
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Thank you for your replies. They will help me as I think about ways to improve the site. It looks like a couple of folks interested in post war check out the site.

Yesterday was the last day of work on the 1930 sedan for the next two months. From now until then, I will be focusing on getting the 1932 Light Eight back on the road. The goal with this first effort is to get it running well and safe for road travel. It needs a major refurbishing, but that will wait until the 1930 is completed. So, yesterday the 30 chassis was taken to storage, and the 32 light eight was put in its place.

I posted the latest entry for the PP Tribune, focused on the fuse block refurbishing, here.

As always, thank for following along.

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Posted on: 2010/10/6 7:57
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Re: Tom's 1930 733 Sedan
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Thomas Wilcox
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It has been awhile since there has been an update!

Anyway, there are some more photos available for the restoration of the 733, including cleaning up the fuse block.

Just scroll to the bottom of this page to see the new photo albums.

Also, there are now photos available for our 1932 Light Eight (900) coupe project. Those photos can be found here.

Someday I may add some new blog posts...

Tom

Posted on: 2011/5/27 18:16
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Re: Tom's 1930 733 Sedan
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Pckrd320
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I tried to open Tom's site, but received a message that Safari cannot open the page because a server cannot be found.
I am interested in both the writings and the pictures
Does anyone know how Tom's site can be accessed?
Thank you

Posted on: 2019/3/26 8:52
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Re: Tom's 1930 733 Sedan
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bkazmer
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Try using Chrome as a browser - Safari is an old browser

Posted on: 2019/3/26 15:14
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Re: Tom's 1930 733 Sedan
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Guscha
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Quote:
...server cannot be found...


The server can't be found, no matter which browser you use. It isn't the first time, that his webpage went into seclusion.

Posted on: 2019/3/26 15:45
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Re: Tom's 1930 733 Sedan
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JWL
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packrd320, I sent you a PM.

Posted on: 2019/3/27 11:37
We move toward
And make happen
What occupies our mind... (W. Scherer)
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