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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by jim1932, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. blackbeard40
    Joined: May 25, 2009
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    from maryland

    Hey Jim Nice 32. Bring that baby to the Jalopyrama Saturday, April 27, 2019 at Talbots County Community Center, in Easton Maryland.


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  2. Uncle Bob
    Joined: Oct 20, 2007
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    Sorry Jim, I couldn't stand it, the car done this well needs the focus...…….
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  3. Dave Phantom
    Joined: Dec 24, 2017
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    Dave Phantom

    Great Ride.
     
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  4. OLSKOOL57
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    I definitely agree!! Drive and enjoy !! I am envious but happy for you!!
     
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  5. OLSKOOL57
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    Buy a bunnnnch...........,!
     
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  6. koolbeans
    Joined: Apr 12, 2015
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    Most spreader bars so far are way off junk. Don't get it....

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  9. Still waiting on the rebuilt motor, but bolted up the bling to a spare block to check it out and to work on the carb linkage. Also a shot of it out and about.

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  10. Yackobeen
    Joined: Sep 12, 2012
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    Hey, Great looking build! for what its worth, the new parts being made for burns includes throttle levers and all sorts of linkage parts for these too. Get in touch with them they have more than what is on the site.
    https://burnsracingequipment.com/
     
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  11. pumpman
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    Great car, you lucky dog!
     
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  12. Took my mother -in-law for a ride....[​IMG]


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  13. Stopped here too[​IMG]


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  14. Fixing some of the ugly from prior owners. Put the battery under floor where it belongs. I took the floor mat out when I did it. I think I like the bare wood floor better....
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  15. krylon32
    Joined: Jan 29, 2006
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    Really like your build. I'm not very knowledgeable about 4 cylinder cars. Is your motor with all that bling going to fit under the hood? It looks kinda tall.
     
  16. Lots of room[​IMG]


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  17. deucendude
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    from norcal

    Very nice 32! I would be proud to own it!
     
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  18. Had it up in Massachusetts this past week. IMG_1726.jpg
     
  19. IMG_1831.jpg IMG_1832.jpg IMG_1833.jpg Added a repop luggage rack spreader bar and decided to try the bumperless look. It was pouring outside so no decent photo.
     
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  20. 8B2C066D-F4E7-4031-ADAD-B3584C1C1074.jpeg E25A2B0E-3029-45B5-8F1D-323BC4ACBAF4.jpeg Definitely liking the look.
     
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  21. sorry been negligent on this post. Mainly a lot of small stuff. Replace Generator(doesn't charge and wrong one), halfway through a new wiring harness. got delayed because I decided to switch out head lights(more on that later). Need to blow out the vent tube in the gas tank so the gauge will work. Also looking at using my dual temp/gas gauge. need to get the rumble seat set up. have to replace a bent upright that was drilled like 6 times. Need to pull the front axle and send it to Kohler Brothers for a mild drop. Then the biggest chore. Getting the new banger motor and installing it. Fortunately I have a couple guys who know what they are doing to help me with that.

    Goal is to get it to Jalopyrama in Easton. wish me luck.
     
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  22. Bought a set of original Arrow headlights for the car. Stripped them and now they are luxuriating in the 911 rust dissolve while I drink bourbon and wait......[​IMG]


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  23. I love the way the 911 works... even takes paint off....

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  24. Still working on the original head lights, but in the mean time, bought So-Cal reproductions.

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  25. Also picked out a color for the new motor. 1930's Chevy Grey. Thought it would be a good twist on dropping a chevy in it.

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  26. Man, that is so cool. I wouldn't have chopped it either.
     
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  27. Sorry it has been so slow. Looks like the new motor will be done this month....maybe... Still leaning towards the Simmons power head over the Brierley. I am positive the Brierley is a better head, but not the look for this car. It next motor will be a "Modern banger with FSI, Brierley and maybe a weber carb, in a roadster of some sort. (a fella can dream).... always liked the Model T turtle deck cars. Have my generator out for rebuild, but in the meantime installed a power Gen. Very happy with it.

    What have I done since posting... moved the battery to the stock location, rewired the car. STILL having issues with the fuel gauge. Added a vented cap but it still blows all the fluid out the top of the gauge the first time I fill it up. The restorer crowd says it is a clogged vent in the gas pickup. Need to rune the gas out of it to pull the tank. Oh, gonna put the Bumpers back on too. Last remaining item is a dropped front axle. Been thinking of picking one up so that I can get it dropped then put it in at the same time I pull the other one. I am VERY adverse to a car on blocks. I like to drive it. Adding the dropped axle when I put the new motor in seems like the ticket. Now if I can get an OD transmission....LOL
     
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