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  • BTERRY1
    Reply to Speedometer fix, got lucky
    by BTERRY1
    Yup snapped cable. I’m sure the odometer caused it. I needed a new cable anyway. Mine has a split so it leaks. Can the odometer be removed without removing the center trim?...
    Today, 07:47 AM
  • Ted Duke
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Ted Duke
    Morning all! Safe travels to those venturing out and about. Chilly here in the valley. Went to my granddaughters lacrosse game last evening and wore a coat and wrapped in a blanket. The girls in their short uniforms and the guys in their jeans and t-shirts watching, made me cold. LOL

    BTW they won 21 to 2.
    Today, 07:43 AM
  • JB-OB
    Reply to Tuxaway Accessory
    by JB-OB
    I think there is an 'original' on the late Bob Anderson's Cabriolet on display in the MAFFI at the Gilmore museum.
    (Maybe original frame work with new top material??)
    Today, 07:32 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Mitch
    Post the after pics on Jim Masons thread ...
    Today, 07:31 AM
  • carolinamudwalker
    Reply to Radial tires
    by carolinamudwalker
    Yes...
    Today, 07:26 AM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by JDupuis
    Good Morning
    You’re right about how bright it is outside Mitch...
    When exiting the bedroom this morning, the sun was at the perfect angle to shine through the kitchen, right down the long hallway to the bedrooms; needless to say, I woke to nature’s call, when I entered the hallway the sun was so bright and my eyes were still in sleep mode.....as I made my way up the hallway,...
    Today, 07:12 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Marco's Rear Spring Chart / L. Jones Front Spring info
    by Mitch
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    Today, 07:10 AM
  • Jedmundcars
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jedmundcars
    Good Morning Very Fine Folks. Cold front coming through here. Hope Jamey's not trying to break the land speed record this morning . Bsafe and B​​​​​​​
    Today, 07:10 AM
  • Terry, NJ
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Terry, NJ
    I sure could use that 29 bumper!
    Terry
    Today, 07:09 AM
  • Mitch
    Tuxaway Accessory
    by Mitch
    Tuxaway Instructions


    ...
    Today, 07:04 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to General Specifications from Brattons W/ Corrections
    by Mitch
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    Today, 06:39 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to VARIOUS Engine Topics
    by Mitch
    ...
    Today, 06:38 AM
  • pAAt
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by pAAt
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    This gallery has 1 photos.
    Today, 06:23 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Mitch
    Morning VFF The mast is upright on this bright, brisk and sunny spring day. Stay safe and keep up the
    Today, 06:21 AM
  • Blown Gasket
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Blown Gasket
    Yep, got the 1 gauge....
    Today, 06:10 AM
  • Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Apple Green Wheels Rule
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    Today, 05:52 AM
  • pAAt
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by pAAt
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    Morning Jamey and safe travels. The rest of you VFF'ers are on your own ...
    Today, 05:45 AM
  • Bobm90
    Reply to Post Your Joke Thread!
    by Bobm90
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    Today, 05:30 AM
  • Jwmckenzie
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jwmckenzie
    Good Morning All, Safe travels Jamey...

    Rest of Y'all have a great day.
    Today, 05:20 AM
  • Dave hummell
    Reply to Radial tires
    by Dave hummell
    I have them on my car I installed them right after I bought the car I didn't drive the car long before I did the change but the car drives good with the radials. My cousin talked me into buying the white walls and powder coating the wheels the ford red.
    Today, 04:35 AM
  • Patrick
    Reply to H&H ENGINE
    by Patrick
    Yep, there have been many many complaints posted about them.
    Today, 04:11 AM
  • Tony Hillyard
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Tony Hillyard
    If you look through the adverts good original cars always hold or increase their value. Hot Rodding something is always a matter of personal taste. Down the track personal taste has a limited market, limited market means lower desirability, therefore lower value. Original cars always have a strong market. Simples!!!
    Today, 02:11 AM
  • Dennis
    Reply to H&H ENGINE
    by Dennis
    Run!! Run away as fast as you can!
    Today, 02:08 AM
  • CarlG
    Reply to H&H ENGINE
    by CarlG
    My pickup had an H&H engine in it when I purchased it. It had less than 1,500 miles on it since rebuild. I won't go into the details, but my experiences with that engine have not left anything but a bad taste in my mouth for anything to do with H&H.
    Today, 12:58 AM
  • WAYNEB
    H&H ENGINE
    by WAYNEB
    I am thinking of using H&H to rebuild a engine. What are your experiences. Would you recommend them?...
    Today, 12:29 AM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Buck Howard
    Well on the bright side you got more places to put the emergency brake handle 🤣🤣
    Today, 12:15 AM
  • ahoogakev
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by ahoogakev
    Hello A Gang ; Well you knew it had to happen, yeah the big day , I broke out the Tremclad this morning and proceded to ,ahem ,uh, well, you know, quote " paint " the steering column...OMG OMG oh how the mighty have fallen, ha ha! I was dreaming last night :

    Voice 1: So this is what its come to...
    HoogaKev : I don't know what you're talking about...
    Voice 1: I think...
    Yesterday, 11:35 PM
  • pooch
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by pooch
    And just maybe a restorer did want to pay his asking price, hotrodders have got deeper pockets, because the rods are worth far more when done.

    How many of you would take less money if you THOUGHT it was going to be kept original.

    What if you were a purist and sold it to a swear on the bible keep it original guy, who then chopped it, or, sold it to another keep it original...
    Yesterday, 11:24 PM
  • Greynomad
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Greynomad
    Maybe yet another example of the family just wanting to get rid of the old man's junk as quickly as possible. Casting pearls before swine!...
    Yesterday, 11:03 PM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Buck Howard
    Drive safe God speed....
    Yesterday, 10:32 PM
  • Terry_Burtz
    Reply to Model A Counterbalanced Crankshaft
    by Terry_Burtz
    To add to MikeK's post, the "New Engine Crankshaft" could have the rear main area machined to fit in a stock Model A cylinder block. Instead of using the stock 1 1/2 in diameter wide connecting rods, the narrow 2-inch diameter "New Engine" connecting rods need to be used.

    Main bearings 2 and 4 of the "New Engine" crankshaft won't be supported unless webs
    ...
    Yesterday, 10:27 PM
  • Dennis
    Reply to New Terry Burtz engine, taking questions to give answers best i can
    by Dennis
    You guys are going to love adjusting valves on this new engine. You can look down through the hole between the intake and exhaust lifter boss and see where the camshaft lobe is....
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    This gallery has 2 photos.
    Yesterday, 10:04 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Mitch
    The cable should have been closer to the brake pedal to begin with. Make sure you got a heavy 1 gauge replacement cable.
    You’re almost there

    ...
    Yesterday, 09:34 PM
  • 1930 Closed Cab PU
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by 1930 Closed Cab PU
    I seem to remember something about Henry changing the battery cable length and rerouting the cable?
    Yesterday, 09:27 PM
  • Blown Gasket
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Blown Gasket
    I got the bendix issue straightened out and bench tested the starter. The engine is back in and the dist, alternator, water pump, muffler hooked up and the radiator are in. Tomorrow I should be able to start it up after putting in the starter. I found that the battery cable was rubbing against the clutch pedal and I can just see sparks flying at every shift, got a new longer cable....
    Yesterday, 09:23 PM
  • JB-OB
    Reply to Multi disc clutch
    by JB-OB
    Keith,

    While not your disengagement issue, another multi-disc 'personality' item. I find a single disc clutch much more forgiving regarding over winding than a multi. Much higher than 8mph into second and 15 into third, I almost have to stop and start over.
    Hopefully your 'mileage' will differ, best, jb
    Yesterday, 09:22 PM
  • copgib
    Reply to Interior Done (almost)
    by copgib
    Very nice job, she is looking good!
    Yesterday, 09:01 PM
  • copgib
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by copgib
    I believe I read on facebook some where that he bought the Model A from an estate sale where the owner had recently passed on and widow was selling it. It was a beautiful car.
    Yesterday, 09:00 PM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by JDupuis
    Spent the afternoon under the black A ....I’ve owned this car for 16 years now and in this time have become all too familiar with its strengths and weaknesses. The body has never been removed from the frame but the car did undergo a major refurbishment in the late 60’s early 70’s. But, during the refurbishment the underside of the car was treated to a light coating of tar and rust paint......
    Yesterday, 08:49 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Radial tires
    by Mitch
    Does Coker make them?
    Yesterday, 08:36 PM
  • TOBKOB
    Reply to Radial tires
    by TOBKOB
    Love ,em

    TOB
    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by JDupuis
    Drive safe

    See if the rental has the rare optional “Taco Holder”
    Tomorrow is Taco Tuesday
    ...
    Yesterday, 08:05 PM
  • MickyDC
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by MickyDC
    This is all so true. I have a 1964 T Bird with its original rebuilt 390 in it, all original, I decided to keep it that way. I had a choice when I bought my 28 roadster. I wanted a hot rod but I did not want to destroy it. I am glad that I have kept my 28 original. It is so much fun to drive. Although I am 75 I still love fast hot cars. My 64 goes plenty fast for me and my roadster goes plenty...
    Yesterday, 08:05 PM
  • Chuck Sea/Tac
    Reply to Why use brass nuts?
    by Chuck Sea/Tac
    Brass nuts saved the day at the 2016 national meet in Puyallup. This guy had a Vicky in the repair tent and was replacing the manifold bolts for some reason. I gave him a clicker torque wrench, but evidently he did not know how to use it. He bought the nuts from the vendor at the meet, and they were brass. He came up and said there’s something wrong I can’t tighten these and come to find out he...
    Yesterday, 08:00 PM
  • Mulletwagon
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Mulletwagon
    Oh, the humanity !!
    Yesterday, 07:54 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to New Berg’s radiator
    by Mitch
    Arnold, keep us posted
    Yesterday, 07:40 PM
  • Greynomad
    Reply to New Berg’s radiator
    by Greynomad
    Thanks Mitch. I've already sent them a message via their website. I'll just have to wait now for a reply (if they reply - many don't) From what I saw in your first link, if I use the larger port, for the temp gauge, I can't use a heater. If that is so, it's not looking very flash at all. unless they say I can enlarge the small port to take the probe.
    Yesterday, 07:37 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to New Berg’s radiator
    by Mitch
    Greynomad

    https://www.vintagefordforum.com/for...284#post205284

    Here is the info
    Ask for Casey

    https://www.vintagefordforum.com/for...7703#post37703...
    Yesterday, 07:18 PM
  • Larry Jenkins
    Reply to Love 90 Year Old Cars
    by Larry Jenkins
    Here I am.. Age is an attitude....
    Yesterday, 07:12 PM
  • Larry Jenkins
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Larry Jenkins
    Did you ever wonder, if the people who converted a real original gem into a rod, if they would ever admit their horrendous mistake after realizing what they had done?

    Rods are plentiful. Original Model As in pristine condition are rare..
    Yesterday, 07:07 PM
  • Greynomad
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Greynomad
    At one stage here, '33 and '34 Fords were THE car to hot rod. These days, I can count the number of unmolested '33 and '34s in the whole of the country on the fingers of one hand. As a result, they have become very expensive. A friend has bought a '34 that someone started to chop but lost interest. The roof has been lowered but the doors haven't been touched. He intends returning it original and making...
    Yesterday, 06:52 PM
  • dmaxweb
    Reply to New Fan Belt Rubbing
    by dmaxweb
    I stand corrected. Not as well made as the earlier version though, in my opinion. I guess part of Ford's later cost cutting on parts that were subsequently determined to have been over engineered....
    Yesterday, 06:45 PM
  • Greynomad
    Reply to New Berg’s radiator
    by Greynomad
    Thanks for that but how am I to get the probe through the hole without drilling it out and tapping a larger thread with a tap I don't have? I generally allow that the price I end up paying in Australian dollars is about double the US listed price and if it comes by express air mail, about 2 weeks. I think it is all too hard. The T/stat will stay in the top hose.
    On second thoughts, does anybody...
    Yesterday, 06:41 PM
  • Jedmundcars
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jedmundcars
    Be Safe Jamey....
    Yesterday, 06:39 PM
  • Dennis
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Dennis
    Measure the thickness of old springs and compare thickness of new springs....
    Yesterday, 06:38 PM
  • Jeff/Illinois
    Reply to Ammeter needle 'bounce'
    by Jeff/Illinois
    Good idea thanks I'll report back on what I find, probably can't get to it until late Tuesday....
    Yesterday, 06:30 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Horn Info, Horn rod
    by Mitch
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    Yesterday, 06:25 PM
  • Hank B
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Hank B
    Safe journey Jamey!!...
    Yesterday, 06:25 PM
  • Dennis
    Reply to New Fan Belt Rubbing
    by Dennis
    I would like to think the early 29 yoke and bronze washer last longer than the 31 yoke. I have 2- worn out 31 yokes that came with my pickup and parts, and the pickup had a 29 yoke and bronze washer installed. And I’m going to leave it that way. My 29Tudor looks ok yet with the bronze washer....
    Yesterday, 06:25 PM
  • old victoria
    Reply to Ammeter needle 'bounce'
    by old victoria
    Put a modern gauge in my vicky (just to see) it did not bounce, but i did bypass the junction box.
    Yesterday, 06:24 PM
  • Hank B
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Hank B
    Yes, but just until the largest one's plate is empty....
    Yesterday, 06:24 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Ammeter needle 'bounce'
    by Mitch
    He mentioned it was an original rebuilt one by Doc...
    Yesterday, 06:16 PM
  • old victoria
    Reply to Ammeter needle 'bounce'
    by old victoria
    most cars i do flicker back and forth no charging problems, might just be the junk repo gauge....
    Yesterday, 06:15 PM
  • warhorseracing
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by warhorseracing
    Well, as has been said, "he bought it". The sad thought is the money spent to restore it from the ground up has been wasted. The original owner who lovingly spent money and lavishly worked to restore it to possible "Fine Point Standards". The new owner could have bought a basket case, spent probably less money and in the end had his rat rod. Yes. Very sad indeed.
    Yesterday, 06:15 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Mitch
    God Speed brother,, God Speed. Bring our boy home
    Yesterday, 06:11 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Ammeter needle 'bounce'
    by Mitch
    Jeff
    Hookup an external ammeter or voltmeter off of the generator or at the junction box wing nuts.. See if it flickers
    Yesterday, 06:09 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jamey E
    Saying good morning now for tomorrow. We’re hitting the road early in the rental Yota heading to Tennessee to move the kiddo back home for the summer
    Can’t wait to get him home!!!!!!!!!
    Yesterday, 06:03 PM
  • H. L. Chauvin
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by H. L. Chauvin
    Had a good friend who called me to see his perfect, low mileage1930 Chevrolet Coupe he bought from a senior in 1960, over (60) years ago.

    I drove to his house, about (4) miles away, in my ragged 1930 Model A Coupe to see it. He next took me for a spin, where I noticed he was no doubt correct in saying the former owner took it to a local Chevrolet dealer's older senior mechanic for scheduled...
    Yesterday, 05:59 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to What did you fix today, not A related
    by Jamey E

    It’s finished & I even installed the shower door!!!...
    Yesterday, 05:59 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Jamey E
    He’s been watching too much Hot Rod Garage.
    There’s a episode where Frieberger buys a 30’ A on a 32’ chasis, & he drops a SBC (🤮) in it to hot rod it.
    IMO, I like them both ways, original & hot rods. But I wouldn’t start with a complete car to build a hot rod. I’d rather piece one together from scratch
    Yesterday, 05:57 PM
  • Jeff/Illinois
    Ammeter needle 'bounce'
    by Jeff/Illinois
    I've noticed this spring that the ammeter needle in the '30 Roadster wants to bounce, on the Positive side. It swings between about 2 amps and 6 amps and doesn't want to settle down, doesn't
    want to read steady. At idle or full throttle it acts the same. Ammeter nuts are tight there is no shorting out or heated up ammeter.

    The ammeter is an original Doc Kalinka rebuild, and I'm...
    Yesterday, 05:52 PM
  • Jedmundcars
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Jedmundcars
    That is sad, real sad.
    Yesterday, 05:36 PM
  • Michael M
    Reply to Car Insurance
    by Michael M
    $10,000 coverage is woefully inadequate in this day and age. Limits of liability should be raised to a reasonable amount....
    Yesterday, 05:22 PM
  • old victoria
    Reply to Why use brass nuts?
    by old victoria
    Thats so bad, hard to believe, ive heard hes still talking it up over on the dark side....
    Yesterday, 05:19 PM
  • GRutter
    Reply to New Fan Belt Rubbing
    by GRutter
    The yoke on the left is NOT a reproduction. Both are original, but of different years. The yoke on the left is a '31 yoke

    http://www.fordgarage.com/pages/afrontmounts.htm...
    Yesterday, 05:18 PM
  • Boston Bruce
    Reply to Why use brass nuts?
    by Boston Bruce
    I never use the brass nuts only steel. Snugging up the brass nut on the steel stud doesn't feel right. YMMV
    Yesterday, 04:41 PM
  • Larry Jenkins
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Larry Jenkins
    Sad, but legal. He paid for the Coupe. Nothing prettier on a Coupe that Stone Brown as the main color. My Number 2 was a 30 Coupe painted Stone brown. Tacoma Cream wheels. 100 years ago..
    Yesterday, 04:30 PM
  • JKY
    Reply to Crazy clutch disc/pressure plate install
    by JKY
    And try not to break the slots in the screws....
    Yesterday, 04:00 PM
  • Patrick
    Reply to Why use brass nuts?
    by Patrick
    My Gosh, its amazing the work some folks will try and get away with. I'm wondering which Tenn. resto shop that came from. Even the plug gaps ! A toddler could eye ball them better than that ! I hope you got your manifolds back....
    Yesterday, 03:51 PM
  • Patrick
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Patrick
    Thats a shame. JMHO but a hot rod should now be made from the plastic body parts that are so readily available today. New special hot rod frames are available along with everything else. No reason to butcher an original. But, as said, its his car and his decision. This is still a semi-free country so he can do as he wishes with it.

    Decades ago I was a hot rod guy, but, it didn't seem...
    Yesterday, 03:42 PM
  • A-7747
    Reply to Why use brass nuts?
    by A-7747
    This was done by a so Called Restoration Shop in Tenn. After I had given them a N.O.S. Early Intake & Exhaust Manifold which I had the surfaces milled to install, this is what I got back with Brass Nuts as shown.. Wonder why it would not run right ?? Check out the plug gaskets, Before car went in I took apart All the NOS plugs, glass beaded all including the porcelain and put them all wrapped...
    Yesterday, 03:38 PM
  • Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Apple Green Wheels Rule
    I wonder under what conditions he bought it. From the owner who didn't know it would be chopped or from an estate who didn't know or really cared?...
    Yesterday, 03:29 PM
  • Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Would have taken the fenders but CA is a bit too far away....
    Yesterday, 03:28 PM
  • Blown Gasket
    Reply to 6-volt high torque starter
    by Blown Gasket
    Mitch, I think you are right about using the original. I took the new USA made bendix that was hitting the front cover and replaced the spring with the old one. Now there is about .040" clearance and the shaft turns real easy. The Indian made spring was about .050" larger in ID so I didn't want to use it. All bench test ok I will see how it works tomorrow. BTW I read that topic you linked...
    Yesterday, 03:26 PM
  • thom
    first drive in almost a year
    by thom
    After discovering (or causing) a wheel/rim misalignment on one rear of our '21 Touring I hadn't fixed it for almost a year, until a couple of days ago. It's up and going again now, in time to celebrate the car's upcoming 100th birthday on May 22.
    Yesterday, 02:01 PM
  • copgib
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by copgib
    I also saw this and I think it is a total waste of a nice restored Model A
    Yesterday, 01:47 PM
  • Boston Bruce
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by Boston Bruce
    Time to buy some spare parts Ed. Those wheels would look good painted Apple Green!
    Yesterday, 01:41 PM
  • 1930 Closed Cab PU
    Reply to Sad, real sad............
    by 1930 Closed Cab PU
    To quote the rock group Queen - "Another one bites the dust". Oh well he bought it, has the right to do what he wants to, money talks.
    Yesterday, 01:37 PM
  • Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Sad, real sad............
    by Apple Green Wheels Rule
    There is a guy over on the Model A Ford Parts Swap and Sell Facebook page that bought a real nice 30/31 coupe and has started stripping it to chop it.



    This is what it looked like after he bought it and got it home.




    The results he wants.........

    ...
    Yesterday, 01:32 PM
  • Jim Mason
    Reply to Help identify my radiator
    by Jim Mason
    28 or 29
    Would need to see the lower tank and top of upper tank to tell which
    Yesterday, 11:48 AM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to What did you fix today, not A related
    by Buck Howard
    No sense in Grouting about it, just gotta get in there and get to it.
    Yesterday, 11:46 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to 6-volt high torque starter
    by Mitch
    Joe check this out

    Thoughts

    https://www.vintagefordforum.com/for...drive-problems...
    Yesterday, 11:44 AM
  • dmaxweb
    Reply to New Fan Belt Rubbing
    by dmaxweb
    The castle nut was correctly installed with the cotter pin and the springs look to be in good shape. So, either they are originals, correctly made repros (yeah right), or the repro yoke was so messed up that it was just held together by luck.
    Thanks for the heads up....
    Yesterday, 11:34 AM
  • Jm29henry
    Reply to 6-volt high torque starter
    by Jm29henry
    What about changing to a modern stater gear and get a good original starter with a good shaft, and you can keep the old one as a back up...
    Yesterday, 11:30 AM
  • Jm29henry
    Reply to Help identify my radiator
    by Jm29henry
    I think it’s a original radiator as well ,it does have round tubes?
    Yesterday, 11:23 AM
  • Rowdy
    Reply to Help identify my radiator
    by Rowdy
    Has a funnel neck like originals. Check the JS and see if it matches any of the discriptions there. How many total tubes, how funnel is attatched and lower wire clips etc. will all matter to year and months used. Rod
    Yesterday, 11:15 AM
  • Boston Bruce
    Reply to New Fan Belt Rubbing
    by Boston Bruce
    If you purchase the "front motor mount set" be sure to examine the springs that are included with it. The springs in mine were way to tall and stiff and I ended up cutting them down a bit. If you have original spring that are still good use them. I bought my kit from Bratton's but most of the suppliers may/probably sell the same kit; I don't know. With the supplied springs I could not...
    Yesterday, 11:08 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to What did you fix today, not A related
    by Mitch
    I bet the people will be too. Nice work...
    Yesterday, 11:03 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to New Fan Belt Rubbing
    by Mitch
    Here is Plucks frame evolution article

    https://www.vintagefordforum.com/for...frame-by-pluck
    Yesterday, 10:55 AM
  • gdaquilina
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by gdaquilina
    Good morning! Cloudy, cool, and rain expected today. A reprieve from the garden work. Might go annual shopping- the nurseries are packed and favorites might sell out. Can't plant yet- soil temp is too low. Should have time to work on the carb rebuild. Have a great day!
    Yesterday, 10:48 AM
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