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  • Boston Bruce
    Reply to Pulled starter, parts fell in
    by Boston Bruce
    ...
    Today, 11:03 AM
  • plyfor
    Reply to Need help with rear carpet install 1931 Model A Ford Slant Town Sedan
    by plyfor
    An original rear carpet that was attached using a special (push) pin type of blind fastener that was pushed into holes in the rear seat vertical toe board and floor pan. The fronts snapped on differently. ....
    Today, 11:03 AM
  • dknudson007
    Pulled starter, parts fell in
    by dknudson007
    Hi,

    So its been since last year that i was able to finally get back to my starter issue. it was turning but not engaging the engine. Today we pulled the starter out of the engine to see why it was not working. I think the answer is... a missing bolt. On the assembly that pulls out is a post. on that post is the gear assembly that engages the flywheel (i am winging it here). There is supposed...
    Today, 10:54 AM
  • H. L. Chauvin
    Reply to How Factory Engine Mishaps Were Handled
    by H. L. Chauvin
    Reminds me of going to a party at a friend's house where their upright freezer door formed ice on the gasket and was difficult to open.

    About (10) guys tried to no avail, but one guy, (our local Deputy), who was known for strength intervened and said, "Let me try!"

    We all stood back. He gave just one forceful pull. Right after, he was standing there holding the...
    Today, 10:51 AM
  • Corley
    Reply to Strange "sudden" gear shift issue
    by Corley
    I vote you get the hard luck award. Could that funky U joint be putting end pressure on the output shaft, causing binding of the input/output rollers? It might take a good jolt of rear axle movement to cause the output shaft to be pushed forward to cause it to bind. You backed off the trans/bell top bolts, giving a tiny bit of clearance, then you drove it, josseling the rear axle enough to drive the...
    Today, 10:40 AM
  • bill the collector
    Reply to crank pulley rubbing on engine mount
    by bill the collector
    Oh, forgot to mention, this is a one piece pully.
    Today, 10:32 AM
  • bill the collector
    Reply to crank pulley rubbing on engine mount
    by bill the collector
    Recently purchased an uninstalled rebuilt motor, complete, that was professionally rebuilt. Car was purchased and owner was putting in a flathead. Just put it in my 30 Murry town sedan. Fired up and noticed a weird noise from front of engine. Eliminated the water pump, and alternator, by way of rubber hose method, and discovered it was coming from timing gear area. Upon close inspection I saw the...
    Today, 10:30 AM
  • DaWizard
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by DaWizard
    i love that cab style, nice find...
    Today, 10:26 AM
  • Marco Tahtaras
    Reply to How Factory Engine Mishaps Were Handled
    by Marco Tahtaras
    That scenario is pretty tough to imagine. They weren't working with potential junk as we often encounter today AND they were working with tools specifically designed for each given task. With the "T" wrench that was used for the head nuts it would require a very strong guy with "intent" to break a head stud, and even that may be beyond the realm of possibility.

    With...
    Today, 10:25 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Poll,,,How many A's ~ AA's are on the VFF
    by Mitch
    Welcome,,, place your vote...
    Today, 10:21 AM
  • DaWizard
    Reply to Poll,,,How many A's ~ AA's are on the VFF
    by DaWizard
    29BLUE WELCOME to the VFF !!
    Today, 10:19 AM
  • 29BLUE
    Reply to Poll,,,How many A's ~ AA's are on the VFF
    by 29BLUE
    I have 1 Model A Tudor
    Today, 10:10 AM
  • Nelson C
    Reply to Need help with rear carpet install 1931 Model A Ford Slant Town Sedan
    by Nelson C
    Hopefully someone with experience in this will respond also, but in the mean time the two parts of the fastener in your photo are attached to the carpet.
    They snap onto the studs/posts on the floor.

    First, it's best to locate where the fastener studs are riveted or screwed into the entire floor and seat riser area.
    This helps to locate where to place the fasteners on the carpet....
    Today, 10:09 AM
  • Bikerider58
    Reply to How Factory Engine Mishaps Were Handled
    by Bikerider58
    That was the theory...same person doing the job repeatedly to improve quality as they would “get the feel”....
    Today, 10:06 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Strange "sudden" gear shift issue
    by Mitch
    Oh yes....
    Today, 09:46 AM
  • H. L. Chauvin
    Reply to How Factory Engine Mishaps Were Handled
    by H. L. Chauvin
    I have no idea who would complain first, but, I would imagine with this mass-production on an constantly moving assembly line, if someone broke a head stud, they were given maybe about (3) chances, and after (3) strikes were "Out" ....... and next, reassigned to installing Model A tires, adding oil in crankcases, adding coolant in radiators, and/or something similar involving "anything"...
    Today, 09:45 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Mitch
    Chief tell the Twirp at the jury duty office, that you’re a VFF member.
    Today, 09:42 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Mitch
    Flowers are planted, Ed helped
    Today, 09:37 AM
  • Big hammer
    Reply to Post a picture of your A
    by Big hammer
    Congrats on your find!!! One of the A’s body types that I love. Bag and tag everything, keep posting with your progress!
    Today, 09:33 AM
  • BNCHIEF
    Reply to Split Rivets
    by BNCHIEF
    I was going to suggest hanson rivet as well
    Today, 09:31 AM
  • Bill G
    Reply to How Factory Engine Mishaps Were Handled
    by Bill G
    I am sure there were some failures as engines and other components were being made, or even during the engine run-in process. It stands to reason that they must have had some provision for re-work. Either that or if it was really a bad one, they could have sent that engine or part over to the recycling department with the other junk cars to be melted down. I really have no idea.
    Today, 09:28 AM
  • BNCHIEF
    Reply to Happy Birthday @BNCHIEF
    by BNCHIEF
    Once again thank all of you
    Today, 09:27 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Post a picture of your A
    by Mitch
    Kayak6501 wow a VFF member since 11/2017. Welcome back That is a nice find
    Save / restore all the original parts that you can. Looks to be in nice shape, can’t beat ole Henry Ford metal. We have a Blog area if you want to do a build diary.....
    Today, 09:21 AM
  • Bobm90
    Reply to Grandpa's Day Care
    by Bobm90
    Ted Duke
    Congratulations to Clara, may God bless her! Nursing is a very honorable profession, this country needs more like-minded people, willing to care for others. Tell her this old guy says THANKS! Wow who wouldn't want a group hug from all those beautiful girls....
    Today, 09:18 AM
  • Bobm90
    Reply to Post a picture of your A
    by Bobm90
    Kayak6501, you have found yourself a great project, completely doable, and very worthwhile due to its body style, I think that not many of these were made, I could dig out my books to look it up if no one else knows offhand how many were made. I would suggest making a photo album here to track your progress with this "gem in the rough". Lots of help is available on this site, Mitch and the...
    Today, 09:07 AM
  • Jim Mason
    A-21789 front brake shaft housing nut
    by Jim Mason
    Wanted A-21789 front brake shaft housing nut


    Round bottoms on the slots please....
    Today, 08:58 AM
  • Jim Mason
    script terminal box cover
    by Jim Mason
    Wanted original script terminal box cover....
    Today, 08:54 AM
  • Afordman31
    Need help with rear carpet install 1931 Model A Ford Slant Town Sedan
    by Afordman31
    Good Morning, I have another question for you concerning the carpet installation on the 31 Town Sedan. Shown in the attachment are the fasteners that I bought from Mac's along with the carpet and sound deadener. I bought 10 of the fasteners which they stated was needed to fasten the carpet down. In the picture it looks like a plastic piece in the center for some type of screw which I don't have....
    Today, 08:45 AM
  • Big hammer
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Big hammer
    Morning all dang nice tires Hooter! but man the shipping and packaging costs are high ! Chief… I found out to late that schedule vacation could have excuse me from jury duty, they couldn’t use me so I only lost a couple days.

    Please be safe this weekend in all of your travels!
    Today, 08:40 AM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to Post a picture of your A
    by Buck Howard
    Welcome Kayak6501...
    Today, 08:38 AM
  • Jim Mason
    Reply to emr's tudor
    by Jim Mason
    Update?
    Today, 08:34 AM
  • Big hammer
    Reply to Happy Birthday @BNCHIEF
    by Big hammer
    Happy Birthday Chief! Enjoy your day!
    Today, 08:25 AM
  • Big hammer
    Reply to Grandpa's Day Care
    by Big hammer
    Congrats Clara ! Congrats Ted ! And your not being a hog, just being a proud grandpa!
    Today, 08:23 AM
  • BTERRY1
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by BTERRY1
    Took the truck to Cruisin Grand...
    Today, 08:18 AM
  • Hank B
    Reply to Post a picture of your A
    by Hank B
    Welcome to the VFF Kayak6501!!...
    Today, 08:14 AM
  • Rumbleseater
    How Factory Engine Mishaps Were Handled
    by Rumbleseater
    With a future head to be installed on our '29 Coupe, I wonder how a broken stud, over tightened by a factory worker on the assembly line was handled. Did they instantly pull the engine off the line, or complete the assembly then pull it aside to be repaired? Was there a special area for repairs from factory assembly mistakes. I could imagine the sinking feeling a head bolt tightener got if he snapped...
    Today, 08:11 AM
  • Hank B
    Reply to Happy Birthday Art
    by Hank B
    Oops, I missed the party again . . . I hope you had a Happy Birthday Art!
    Today, 08:09 AM
  • Hank B
    Reply to Grandpa's Day Care
    by Hank B
    Photograph . . . and gifted art work . . . worth a thousand words!!...
    Today, 08:07 AM
  • Ted Duke
    Reply to Grandpa's Day Care
    by Ted Duke
    I spent the evening with five of my GRANDdaughters. Becca, Grace, Clara, Laura and Natalie.
    Okay, I'm done. I don't mean to hog the thread, but a wonderful night for Grandpa....
    Today, 08:07 AM
  • Hank B
    Reply to Happy Birthday @BNCHIEF
    by Hank B
    Happy Birthday Chief!!
    I hope you have an awesome day!!
    Today, 08:04 AM
  • Hank B
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Hank B
    Good Saturday Morning!

    Took the Missus for her first real ride in the Coupe yesterday.
    She was quiet, so for me that means I did real well!!

    Checked out the wheel straightener jig yesterday at the fab shop, and other than adding some legs with casters, I think it may be good enough to go for its first run.
    It'll be a work in progress until I get it home...
    Today, 08:02 AM
  • Ted Duke
    Reply to Grandpa's Day Care
    by Ted Duke
    Grace, her sister, had her fifteenth birthday yesterday. I gave her the photographic artwork of a girl with an umbrella that I bought at the auction after The Rockbridge Ballet did dances based on items and artwork. This was the one that Grace's group did. She was the main dancer with the umbrella. Do you think I surprised her? ...
    Today, 08:00 AM
  • DaWizard
    Reply to Post a picture of your A
    by DaWizard
    Kayak6501 WELCOME to the VFF!!!

    just a leeeeetle rough, but doable, keep us picture posted please
    Today, 08:00 AM
  • L Jones
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by L Jones
    Was trimming tree limbs yesterday so am a little sore and moving slow today. This is a big weekend for racing fans so I will stay on the sofa all day and watch racing and rest up.
    Today, 07:58 AM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Buck Howard
    that's a good looking pickup Hooter. Would you mind buying me a new set of tires too? Please make sure mine are wrapped in a GMC Sierra body.🤣...
    Today, 07:55 AM
  • Ted Duke
    Reply to Grandpa's Day Care
    by Ted Duke
    My GRANDdaughter, Clara graduated from high school last night and will be off to college to become a nurse this August. She will be close so we will see her now and then.
    ...
    Today, 07:53 AM
  • Jedmundcars
    Reply to Happy Birthday @BNCHIEF
    by Jedmundcars
    Happy Birthday Chief.
    ...
    Today, 07:49 AM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to Happy Birthday @BNCHIEF
    by Buck Howard
    Happy Birthday Chief!!! Have a great day....
    Today, 07:47 AM
  • Jedmundcars
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jedmundcars
    Good Morning Very Fine Folks. Happy Birthday Chief! Congrats on the new PU Hooter! Another mild weather day here. Everyone be safe and be cool.
    Today, 07:44 AM
  • Rob Doe
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Rob Doe
    Mornin, all, 55* F, headed for 75*. Stay safe.
    Today, 07:13 AM
  • Grit Kid
    Reply to Happy Birthday @BNCHIEF
    by Grit Kid
    You're alive, that's good, now enjoy your day even more!!!...
    Today, 07:13 AM
  • Kurt in NJ
    Reply to How to Identify an Alternator
    by Kurt in NJ
    telling the polarity can be done with a battery and a light bulb, whichever polarity does not light the bulb is what the alternator is, for the voltage it would have to be spun up, or possibly take it apart and look for markings on regulator.
    Today, 07:13 AM
  • CSPIDY
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by CSPIDY
    Good morning fello Aers
    Chief thank you for your service...
    Today, 07:09 AM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Happy Birthday @BNCHIEF
    by JDupuis
    BNCHIEF
    Happy Birthday ...
    Today, 07:08 AM
  • gdaquilina
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by gdaquilina
    Good Saturday morning! Raining and 60 degrees. Looks like the rain will mess up the first big car show of the season. Will all of the rain and especially the overnight and continuing rain this morning, the park will be too soggy for cars. The Allante will stay tucked in the garage. Domestic tasks on tap first this morning- laundry, food shopping, some tidy up in the house. Am hoping to get the summer...
    Today, 07:08 AM
  • BNCHIEF
    Reply to You won’t lose me…Don’t worry.
    by BNCHIEF
    Looks like a forum for furriners.
    Today, 07:07 AM
  • BNCHIEF
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by BNCHIEF
    Well this has been quite a week , seen a cardiologist now i am taking blood thinners, ups managed to destroy a box of steel parts I ordered, the coffee pot crapped out and to top it off I got a summons for jury duty the week of kerrville called the courthouse and they want me to bring proof of why i can't be there, i told them i do not mind doing jury duty but right now i have enough on my plate...
    Today, 07:03 AM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by JDupuis
    Happy DIY Day

    Off to an active day at The Shady Acres already.
    Both of the Ggirls enjoyed swimming in the pool yesterday afternoon….but boy did it rain again by 6pm

    Stay Safe, Advance the Weed Whacker Spool and Remain Jimbo
    Today, 06:59 AM
  • BNCHIEF
    Reply to Happy Birthday Art
    by BNCHIEF
    Happy Birthday Art....
    Today, 06:51 AM
  • BNCHIEF
    Reply to Happy Birthday @BNCHIEF
    by BNCHIEF
    John, Ed & Mitch thank all of you it means a lot.
    Today, 06:47 AM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Cost of Paint
    by JDupuis
    The boys painted it with a red interior house paint. It was the same red paint used on the wainscoting of the back kitchen at the farm. They never sanded the car, so parts have chipped off.
    The UV light has changed to colour to look like primer now. ...
    Today, 06:46 AM
  • Kayak6501
    Reply to Post a picture of your A
    by Kayak6501
    Found this 31 Deluxe Delivery in a field. It sat there for 25 years. It came with its own resident black rat snake! The amazing thing is it was all there - just very rusty. Work has already begun with a little help from my friends. And hopefully from this forum of Model A caretakers!...
    Today, 06:45 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Happy Birthday @BNCHIEF
    by Mitch
    Happy Birthday Buddy



    Enjoy your special day
    ...
    Today, 06:26 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Mitch
    Nice truck Hooter,, you don’t mess around Good luck with it
    Today, 06:24 AM
  • Grit Kid
    Reply to Happy Birthday @BNCHIEF
    by Grit Kid
    Nice day for a birthday...if you lived here. Hope your day is enjoyable and are still alive this morning to enjoy it.
    Today, 06:22 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Mitch
    Good Morning Gotta plant some flowers soon
    Have a great Model A Day
    Today, 06:22 AM
  • copgib
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by copgib
    Good morning, guys! My 2018 Chevy Silverado pickup needed tires, so I went to buy some. To my surprise my new tires came with a new 2022 Chevy Silverado body! What a deal! Have a great day! Hooter...
    Today, 06:17 AM
  • Jwmckenzie
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jwmckenzie
    Good Morning All.

    Memorial Day weekend is in full swing here at the Cape. Our Village is filling up with people, sorry to say rain and cool today so no beach (except for the hearty).

    Y'all have a great Saturday
    Today, 05:21 AM
  • Jwmckenzie
    Happy Birthday @BNCHIEF
    by Jwmckenzie
    Happy Birthday BNCHIEF....
    Today, 05:16 AM
  • merjohn
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by merjohn
    Good morning!!
    Today, 05:00 AM
  • Fabber McGee
    Reply to How to Identify an Alternator
    by Fabber McGee
    You need to find a business that specializes in rebuilding automotive and industrial starters and alternators. They will be able to test it for you and if it doesn't work they can make it do what you want. 6 or 12, positive or negative.

    Any big town should have at least one of those shops.
    Today, 04:30 AM
  • Bikerider58
    Reply to Easy and discreet cup holder
    by Bikerider58
    Bratton’s, look under accessories.

    https://www.brattons.com/CUP-HOLDER/productinfo/26261/

    mine is slightly modified....
    Today, 03:18 AM
  • DaWizard
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by DaWizard
    i am not a happy camper

    morning.....grrrrrf
    Today, 02:08 AM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Buck Howard
    Good morning everyone!!! Important update for Ed, it's 58° and very dark outside. The weather for later today is going to be in the 70's so it's a model A day for sure. After I take it in the seat of my britches filling the coupe Gas tank up at $5.49 a gallon we'll see where the road takes us.
    Today, 12:51 AM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to Happy Birthday Art
    by Buck Howard
    Happy Birthday Art!!
    Today, 12:41 AM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Buck Howard
    Symptoms were the carb was getting more heat then I cared for and I was hoping that the taller Gasket would give the fuel and air a little more time to mix together before hitting the cylinders.

    Here's a link from the ebay

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/23445636167...mis&media=COPY
    Today, 12:32 AM
  • H. L. Chauvin
    Reply to Strange "sudden" gear shift issue
    by H. L. Chauvin
    Not just cars are the same. Seniors not used very much are the same; and they work better when they operate full time; and yes, starting up from a shutdown is a bitch.
    Today, 12:24 AM
  • CSPIDY
    Reply to How to Identify an Alternator
    by CSPIDY
    Are there any numbers stamped on it?
    Yesterday, 11:39 PM
  • PepeLoco
    Reply to Cost of Paint
    by PepeLoco
    JD
    what's that paint look like today?
    Pepe...
    Yesterday, 11:35 PM
  • w.michael
    Reply to Turn signal flasher
    by w.michael
    Standard/stock steering column (1929)
    But it worked before wired this way! (I know, that doesn't matter--it doesn't work now.)

    DaWiz, I'm sorry, but I just don't understand what you are telling me. I'll recheck the ground from the switch to the column. But could explain the wiring differently so maybe I can get it?

    I should mention that this system is completely...
    Yesterday, 11:27 PM
  • Ward
    Reply to Split Rivets
    by Ward
    These are getting close, and may be closer than distributor clamp rivets, .14 x 7/8, Hanson Rivet:

    http://www.erivet.com/product_detail...temNbr=SSB0928

    .
    Yesterday, 11:09 PM
  • Jamie
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jamie
    I think a bikini on a man would bother me more than goosebumps....
    Yesterday, 10:59 PM
  • DaWizard
    Reply to Turn signal flasher
    by DaWizard
    if you have a flasher that flashes the lights, but not the buzzer, the buzzer is wired wrong.

    the buzzer should be hooked to the L terminal as should be the lights too.

    your wireing should be as follows;

    B+ to + on flasher
    L on flasher to buzzer and switch to lights
    switch to lights

    the pilot light does not work because the switch assembly...
    Yesterday, 10:56 PM
  • Jamie
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jamie
    So, if anyone is in the area…the pool is open…..bring your trunks….or not…I won’t judge.

    What kind of company do you keep?...
    Yesterday, 10:53 PM
  • Jamie
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jamie
    No thanks...
    Yesterday, 10:47 PM
  • Jamie
    Reply to Moonlight Ramblers
    by Jamie
    Week is gone good people
    Friday is here at last!
    Long weekend , just so awesome!
    Yesterday, 10:44 PM
  • w.michael
    Reply to Turn signal flasher
    by w.michael
    Well, no success yet. I've now tried three flashers.

    The first flasher I tried came from Advance Auto local store, and is described in Post #1 above.

    The second flasher was an old stock AC Delco still in the box that I found in a stash of old parts. It didn't work at all--no lights would come on with this one installed, and no beep.

    The third flasher came from...
    Yesterday, 10:27 PM
  • Steve Plucker
    Reply to Split Rivets
    by Steve Plucker
    Actually I more than likely will use the Distributor cap clamp rivet, It is the same length as the one I would like (plus nickel plated) however the head and shank diameter is smaller but will work for what I want to do besides using screws.
    Yesterday, 09:43 PM
  • Marco Tahtaras
    Reply to Brake Information & Adjustment Procedure
    by Marco Tahtaras
    THIS IS AN OLD THREAD!

    https://www.vintagefordforum.com/for...e-assembly-101


    It just happens that I ran across this drawing from 3/10/1930 and it happened to match the accuracy level I stated above from memory!
    ...
    Yesterday, 09:25 PM
  • Marco Tahtaras
    Reply to Brake Backing Plate Assembly 101
    by Marco Tahtaras
    THIS IS AN OLD THREAD!

    It just happens that I ran across this drawing from 3/10/1930 and it happened to match the accuracy level I stated above from memory!

    ...
    Yesterday, 09:25 PM
  • DaWizard
    Reply to Fans and judging standards
    by DaWizard
    Thanks, I know she has class....
    Yesterday, 09:15 PM
  • JKY
    How to Identify an Alternator
    by JKY
    I got a collection of part with one of my car purchased. Among the group was a Delco alternator. Is there a way to tell if it's been converted to 6 volt positive ground short of installing it without connecting the wires and testing it that way? Local auto part stores are stumped and can't just spin it for me (tester requires the cover to be on before you can spin it). I thought of running it on...
    Yesterday, 09:02 PM
  • Cape Codder
    Reply to Wire Gage
    by Cape Codder
    ONCE AGAIN, Thank You!
    Yesterday, 09:02 PM
  • BudP
    Reply to Happy Birthday Art
    by BudP
    Hope you had a rewarding birthday, Art!...
    Yesterday, 09:00 PM
  • L Jones
    Reply to Split Rivets
    by L Jones
    Many times when I need something that is hard to find I make them in my lathe.
    I once made tiny brass screws with a special head from brass welding rod for a antique fan.
    You might have to make them or find someone that can make them.
    ...
    Yesterday, 08:23 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Wire Gage
    by Mitch
    Cape, 16ga

    about the 6th picture down in this Tech thread

    https://www.vintagefordforum.com/for...ing-basics-a-z
    Yesterday, 08:22 PM
  • Cape Codder
    Wire Gage
    by Cape Codder
    What gage is the headlight wiring, black & red, black & green? I need to replace the wire from the headlight to the light switch as it is burnt.
    Yesterday, 08:13 PM
  • Steve Plucker
    Reply to Wanted - original generator cutouts
    by Steve Plucker
    Call Bert's in Denver...Last time I was there (January 2022) they had over 50-75 in a bin!

    Pluck
    Yesterday, 08:12 PM
  • Steve Plucker
    Reply to Split Rivets
    by Steve Plucker
    Thanks...Those are to short. If Model T "band" rivets are 7/8" in length...then yes...are they?

    None of the rivet companies that I contacted carries a 0.153 x 7/8" long split rivet
    Yesterday, 08:09 PM
  • JB-OB
    Reply to Me and my A
    by JB-OB
    Sounds like a nice therapy session for the both of you.

    From late 1927 issue of Ford News, the question was, why do some cars run so well while others are constantly in the shop? The best running cars were used more frequently.

    As for 'too much' shop time, look up the 'Waddington Effect' which plagued the RAF during WW ll.
    Yesterday, 07:44 PM
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