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  • AL in NY
    New Member
    by AL in NY
    Just looking over this forum. Will take some getting used to. Had no problems over on ********.............
    01-18-2018, 05:47 PM
  • jordanka16
    New Member
    by jordanka16
    I joined up over on the **** **** and figured I'd join in here too. I inherited my grandfathers Model A, it was his first car, he bought it in 1957 and restored it about 16 years ago. He taught me a lot about it but it seems there is always more to learn about these awesome cars, look forward to learning!
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    07-28-2018, 09:40 PM
  • Tony Hillyard
    New member
    by Tony Hillyard
    Good afternoon everyone,

    As a new member I would like to introduce myself. Retired photographer/car restorer now living in rural France. I've been around vintage and classic cars and trucks all my life, but I still love to try and learn something new every day. My main target lately is to try and make Youtube videos of some of my projects in the hope they might be helpful to others...
    01-15-2018, 07:21 AM
  • MikeK
    Marvel vs Ampco Intake Oilers
    by MikeK
    There is a HUGE DIFFERENCE in operation between the Original patented Marvel INVERSE oilers and the Ampco and other simple knockoffs that feed oil DIRECTLY proportional to engine vacuum. People often confuse the two as similar in function.

    An inverse oiler (Only Marvel oilers) feed less oil when the manifold vacuum is high (cruising, idling) and more when the vacuum is less (accelerating,
    12-09-2017, 07:05 PM
  • DaWizard
    Floorboard Removal
    by DaWizard
    Because it seems I am forever removing the floorboard of my '28 Tudor, and since the webbing around the edge needed replacing, I made the purchase of the webbing kit from a vendor and since I only needed to fix the front, I had some left over and decided to make an "easy pull strap" from the excess. So, the following pictures are what I did to make this pull strap. Because this lays flat...
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    07-31-2018, 05:00 PM