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5 days ago
Murphy
Looks like a nice ride.
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6 days ago
Murphy
rick4130 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 4" Home Depot duct caps slip right over the > outlets and held in place with a sheet metal > screw! Awesome tip!
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9 days ago
Murphy
Thanks for the info Gents.
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10 days ago
Murphy
Sorting through boxes of "stuff" today, I came across a clutch adjustment rod, and I noticed it is a larger diameter than the one used on my '61 coupe. Can someone tell me if the Vans/Pickups use the larger rod or is this for a LM? I didn't measure anything, I can tell just by looking at it that the one I found is larger in diameter. Sorry, no pictures either. Thanks
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15 days ago
Murphy
Pedigo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nope. Reality still exists on fleaBay. > > WOW! a good deal at this point. They do exist!
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15 days ago
Murphy
I noticed a lot of sellers on ebay sell anything including Corvair parts. They throw a price out there and hope it sticks. Some are simply delusional thinking if it's old it's worth a lot of money. I actually laugh at some, it's cheap entertainment.
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15 days ago
Murphy
I appreciate Richards knowledge and input, but, we are talking Corvairs here, not a Lamborghini or a Maserati. My comment of "not how to build the clock" was for the OP. There is no magic oil that will make your car run for a million miles. This discussion could go on forever.
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16 days ago
Murphy
They work great for starting a fire in the fireplace.:D
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17 days ago
Murphy
2ragtops Wrote: ----------------------------------------------------- > > I like them the way they were built, fix > it/rebuild it/ make it work the way it was > supposed to do and you will be fine. If more people understood this, many more Vairs would be on the road!!!
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19 days ago
Murphy
BILLG Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The engineers wrote the owners manual 50+ years > ago. Think oils have changed? > I need info on today's oils on yesterday's car It only stands to reason todays oils work better today than oil being used 50+ years ago. K.I.S.S. I need to know what time it is, not how to build the clock.
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19 days ago
Murphy
You'll get MANY replies, all will have a different answer. You'll get the scientific explanation. You'll get the racer explanation. Read the owners manual, the engineers knew what was needed for your car. No rocket science involved here, although you may be led to believe it is.
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21 days ago
Murphy
Car looks pretty good BUT...when a floor repair is mentioned with no detail or pictures, I'd want to make sure it isn't a bigger problem than stated. Details about rust repair can be very vague, so you'd want to have someone local look at it first.(tu)
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21 days ago
Murphy
vairmech Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That "brad" is called a PK screw. If there was a Corvair Quiz, this info would be on it.
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23 days ago
Murphy
Richard Whiskey.
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24 days ago
Murphy
I can't identify this jack, but I have one just like it. Came with something I bought. Hope someone knows what it goes to.
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24 days ago
Murphy
moomba32 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Why does the blower look like it's spinning in the > engine pic? On a '61, (prob. other year(s) too), the bottom of the fan is smooth-no fins, so it looks like its moving. You have to look inside to see any fins.
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24 days ago
Murphy
Lane66m Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hey a photo you scarfed off the internet. I saw > it there myself. Glad you pozted it. Most > everyone knows what it looks likes. Whats the matter Big Al, Did tp outbid you?? You sound bitter.
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24 days ago
Murphy
Surprised it hasn't happened already.
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26 days ago
Murphy
4carbcorvair Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Murphy Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Glad you have a sense of humor.(tu) > > Didn't hear me say it on the first page didja? lol You have to speak LOUDER.
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27 days ago
Murphy
I don't know but will guess that it was from the machine work when manufactured.
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27 days ago
Murphy
Glad you have a sense of humor.(tu)
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28 days ago
Murphy
Lane66m Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > OP had 2 posts in 2 years. If he had been an > active forum member, his question would not have > been asked as he would have known the reputation > of our current vendors. > > So he is not a new member, but a shotgun member. > Shoots a blast when needed. Right on BiG Al. I think he under
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28 days ago
Murphy
TURN YOUR HEARING AID UP.
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28 days ago
Murphy
You guys really know how to make someone feel welcome. Nothing like jumping on his back because he wants to spend his money prudently. I spend plenty supporting our Vendors, but I always shop price.Nothing wrong with that. If you want to keep our hobby alive, you best welcome new people. Jumping on their shit because they want to save money is mean, knocking down new Corvair people down is st
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4 weeks ago
Murphy
American Mel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Am I the only one who had an issue with this panel > not being able to be removed until the heater was > unbolted first? > No one seems to have even acknowledged what I had > previously said about that. > Hmmm, very curious? American Mel, I have a '61 Coupe, manual trans, with the same cov
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5 weeks ago
Murphy
One part I don't understand, this supposedly happened in 1987. Why wasn't this an issue before when renewing your drivers license? Or did I miss something? :S
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5 weeks ago
Murphy
From what I observe out on the roads today, some need to hone up on their driving skills. I doubt very much most would know how to navigate with a compass.
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6 weeks ago
Murphy
I'm showing up late on this....that's a god story. How many time have we all done this in the garage. I'd guesstimate I've had 99.5% success rate in finding flying fasteners.
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7 weeks ago
Murphy
Max Roeder Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'll bet the term "Porpoise" isn't used much by > the over 40's! I don't live under a rock, but I have never heard the term "porpoise"... Help this over 40 understand....gggg
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