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A job well done sir! Thanks for posting:)
Thanks HRP:) I still say 35 Pontiac
On second thought, 1935 Pontiac , I missed the front fender lights and the front of the hood side trim, (different in 36) :rolleyes:
1936 Pontiac Sedan?
Sounds good. Got any pictures to share?
You need a tuner (radio) for xm radio. And it will be in stereo, so at least two speakers are required. You can hide everything and control it...
Latest update.: Rebuilt the wheel cylinders and master cylinder. Brake shoes looked good so they were cleaned and sanded. All the lines appeared...
For me? It's all about the build. :)
Headin down Thursday. Already loaded and waiting:)
Update: fresh gas, borrowed the 6 volt battery from the 35 Pontiac, cleaned the points and it runs like Swiss watch! Valve cover leaks a little,...
you might see it there :D
Welcome to the HAMB from South Ga :)
Yep, manual trans car...I'm with you...maybe too nice to modify too much. Maybe the next owner can.
Yeah, I'm thinking that's a good plan.......We will see how / if it runs this weekend:)
yep. gotta keep those. They jumped in it time it hit the ground:)
Welcome to the HAMB from South Ga. :)
Welcome to the HAMB from South Ga. USA :)
Also another option : read this http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=704469&highlight=mazda
Well, yet another vehicle follows me home today. Ive had my eye on this one for a while, although it was never for sale. Its all about timing...
Looks like you need a spanner wrench or socket On a gm , that pin is threaded and screws in or out .
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^^ same here....manual..simple
grind a bevel on both sides ...weld it up. I brazed one back together 25 years ago and it still holding with no issues
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