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Could be. I’ve seen one on a 30 with the license
Looks like the stamped ones they used on late 30 and Some 31 Model A's
Thanks Tim! I'll check it out.
Yes it is in Joplin.
That Merc is lucky that you found it!! Nice save.
I'm curious about this as well.
Cool! Sorry I missed it
I wasn’t able to make it to the Pile Up. How was the drive in the coupe?
I’ll be in spectator parking!
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I did this one. Rolled a Pete and Jakes chassis under it with a hot 8BA Flathead[ATTACH]
Mine has a 5 speed[ATTACH]
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Looking good! One week to go!!
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It’s feedback from the alternator. You need to install a diode in the charging wire.
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Best part of a 28-29 is the front fenders!
Very cool! Thanks
The front crossmember would be of value to someone restoring an AR
I did a 5 speed behind the 283 in my 28 Tudor in my avatar. I’m about ready to trade for one with an automatic . 5 speeds were fun 30 years ago!
I’m guessing starter drive is stuck in the flywheel. As said above rock it back and forth in high gear and it should pop loose
I hope to make it down to look around! Keep up the good work
Will it be ready for your Pile Up?
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