Well, it's only taken another 6 years, but Dad's '28 Victory Six is in my garage and ready to be gone through!!! Dad and my oldest sister will be visiting in May for our middle son's graduation and daughter's 8th grade commencement, so I'm trying to get the car running and driving. Dad NEVER got the opportunity to enjoy the car after the exterior was restored 30 YEARS AGO (long, ugly story including the interior being lost for most of that time). I won't be able to get the interior done, but some blankets wrapped around the seats will work just fine. I need to clean out the tank and blow out the lines, then get a new electric inline pump and rebuild the carb to get the engine running. Pulled the drums and checked the master cylinder- just about empty and one of the front pad springs was broken... will see if NAPA will have a replacement (the brake cylinders match early Divco, so there may be hope)! Couple of questions- - Should I replace the brake fluid with synthetic? and what DOT (if it matters)? - Any recommendations on the pump? This is a 6 volt positive ground system.