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7 weeks ago
Goop Of Oil
6 months ago
Goop Of Oil
QuoteAmerican Mel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Okay, that is solved! > So, that rules out the idea of me being able to use it. > Disregard a shipping quote to Langley BC. > Great Price! > Hopefully someone with an EM will step up. Soooo American Mel, in our delusion, we saved Mel the cost of paying $100 for Return Postage to someone wit
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6 months ago
Goop Of Oil
Here is a picture of the backside of my Late Model bumper.(yours on the bottom) Was your bumper modified and then rechromed?
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6 months ago
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QuoteAmerican Mel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Good point. > There is no glare on the interior/backside picture. > Bumper appears smooth. Good point. Definitely an Early Model bumper.
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6 months ago
Goop Of Oil
With the glare in the one picture I cannot see a GM designed center bump on the bumper like a LM would have. Could it be an Early Model bumper?
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6 months ago
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See if this works for you. https://www.ispot.tv/ad/bw1B/hagerty-one-track-minds
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6 months ago
Goop Of Oil
I just looked at the Paypal link and it says; .sandbox.paypal.com/checkoutnow? Someone needs to check this out as I thought that you NEVER put in your Userid and Password unless the URL began with; Just read this on Google; "The PayPal sandbox is a self-contained, virtual testing environment that simulates the live PayPal production environment. The sandbox provides a shielded spac
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6 months ago
Goop Of Oil
Quote48kb1panel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So is that a plug left in from the factory? Or incomplete machining? I've just got my first 4 carb 140. So I've lots to learn QuoteSaxon Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I removed all my carbs to await those Clarks fine brass 1" inlets and a few straight li
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6 months ago
Goop Of Oil
Quotewittsend Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Seems there is a need for a "Senior Moments" check list Sticky. But I guess with a significant number of people here being over 60 it could apply to ANY assembly task and thus make for a lengthy list. What happens if you have a Senior Moment trying to remember where to go to look for a Senior Moments c
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6 months ago
Goop Of Oil
Two Corvairs. Back of an EM and A Corvair Wagon spotted on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
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8 months ago
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QuoteWagon Master Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Affectionately (or not) known as Dum-Dum. or seam sealer. I might (or not) take one of those personally.
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9 months ago
Goop Of Oil
A Great Sale today. Engines, and other parts, were Flying off the shelves. Thanks Tom for getting the word out.
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9 months ago
Goop Of Oil
Quoteirfgt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That seal is supposed to be one piece. I think the carpet it is laying on gives it the optical illusion that the seal is too short to go around the Perimeter.
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9 months ago
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QuoteVairismo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Was it powered by Methane? I think that would be appropriate. They used Nitrous Oxide. What a waste.
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9 months ago
Goop Of Oil
I installed the BlackBox on a new M&H harness from Clark's and crimped and soldered the connections. Used a giant matchstick to shrink the shrink wrap. I did use the vinyl harness wrap on the main harness you can see in the picture. I will wait until after I install the harness to wrap the extended wires as needed and clean things up. Great Kit!
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10 months ago
Goop Of Oil
QuoteDo I just press on the interrupter until I have clearance Did you screw the assembled plate to the distributor and test fit the interrupter/shutter for Spinning clearance to the bolt/spring? Does shutter hit the top of bolt? If it is close, you could grind the top of the bolt down. Check to see if the interrupter/shutter will center in the optical trigger after being screwed to the bra
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10 months ago
Goop Of Oil
This was the only picture I could find of the "TAN" interior. The tops of the panels look torn up. Wondered why there were no good pictures of the interior.
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1 year ago
Goop Of Oil
Hi Seth, Hope you can re-boot your health soon and be and stay well!
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1 year ago
Goop Of Oil
Once you get a Good grip on the windshield, it will go right in.
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1 year ago
Goop Of Oil
Before Facebook, this was how you did a Tail Light Tuesday.
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1 year ago
Goop Of Oil
Well, if you need something to tide you over until the wind blows through the turkey roaster, you can get one of these. It does have all the key words on it.
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1 year ago
Goop Of Oil
It's amazing that you found three pairs on the stairs. Looks like a blow-by fix? Keeps the blow-by mess Under the shrouds if you block the PCV on top. I hope an old ad for these can be found to learn more.
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1 year ago
Goop Of Oil
Vin says 1965 Monza Convertible. Looks like 105675W298388 The AD says the VIN is- VIN: GCCKCM454 ??
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2 years ago
Goop Of Oil
Just a Quick PS PS Happy New Year!
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2 years ago
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I went through the headlight bucket of a 1966 Monza 140 I bought many years ago and found about nine McDonald's wooden menu price signs in the trunk. They were plastic letters on real wood. This is the only one I kept.
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2 years ago
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QuotePhil Dally Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > At this point the best part is I'm getting free rent in your head Frank. AND, it is Air Conditioned.
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2 years ago
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https://youtube.com/UBOcWFBBB04?t=82
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2 years ago
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Quote67 airvair Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'd like to know how you think a 90 degree filter adapter makes it any easier, You still have to remove the 90 degree adapter, then change the three gaskets between it and the engine. Then you have to remove the spin-on from the adapter while on the bench, when you only had to use a regular wrench to pull t
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2 years ago
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Quoteaircooledairhead Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I wonder if the black paint preserved the chrome beneath it? We could see an epidemic of folks stripping the black paint. I cleaned the black paint off of a air cleaner cover and underneath it said; "Please Play Again." So yeah, I see an epidemic too.
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2 years ago
Goop Of Oil
Spotted this 1964 Corvair Convertible in the series "I know this much is true" with Mark Ruffalo.
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