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American Mel
cnicol Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It's a dead-ringer for the one on the magazine > cover. Since license plates stay with the vehicle > in California, it might even have the same license > plate as the magazine car! Nope, not quite. It is definitely NOT either of the ones in the magazine! Both of those have slanted fenders, with headlig
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66vairman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That is a nice car. I hope it finds a good home. > > I spotted the dealer installed hand brake warning > light. It uses a "blinker" bulb that Clark's sells > as a blinker "idiot" lamp - C7585. > > Many years ago I got the last NOS kit Clark's had > in stock for my car. The nice thing abo
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davemotohead Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Seems hardened steels and other hard alloys such > as titanium are more susceptible to embrittlement, > different plating's and even welding can cause it. > seems heat is a factor also, I am not sure if > doing what I did to a cast crank can cause a > problem, I did stick my hands in there durin
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American Mel
Ah yes, its all about those > > Tiny Bubbles < < (:P)
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American Mel
If you are going to keep the original windshield, how are you going to store it? In the shipping carton that your new one came in, or just keep it lying around your shop/garage? If your answer is the latter one, then I would suggest "sacrificing" the rubber seal. The easiest way to remove the windshield is to cut off the inner lip and just lift the window out. By doing it this way, you will s
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2 days ago
American Mel
irfgt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > For a pedal to feel differently the fluid would > have to be able to be compressed or it has air in > the system somewhere. I do not know any liquid > that can be compressed. No kidding! Do we all need to go back to Elementary School Science Class or what ? ? ? For OVER 20 years,I have used the type of
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2 days ago
American Mel
corvairsince70 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have a '66 140 PG. All carbs are clean using my > ultrasonic cleaner. Primaries have 51 jets, > secondaries have 48 jets. > When the secondaries start to open the engine bogs > down and goes flat. Lift a little to close and > smoothes out. > Any suggestions? You say you back it o
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2 days ago
American Mel
Recent thread . . . > > Vapor Lock < <
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3 days ago
American Mel
You have us all wound-up like a bunch of kids on Christmas Eve! :D We know Santa is coming, we just can't wait ! ! !
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3 days ago
American Mel
X2 on what Tim said! I have owned Bob's book for some time, and only recently actually read it. WoW! Very informative. Can NOT possibly exaggerate on how enlightening is it regarding our little carbs!
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3 days ago
American Mel
TomW Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > BTW, that accident / photo is NOT Woodstock, > Connecticut > > #1 The License Plates on the Police Car & > Ambulance are NOT CT plates. > > #2 CT does not letter their cars "Highway Patrol"; > CT letters them "State Police". > > #3 CT State Police cars are GRAY, not Black & > Whit
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4 days ago
American Mel
(tu)(tu) This is an awesome story. I will definitely be following your build thread. Glad you got her back.
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4 days ago
American Mel
Good Job Al. It has been interesting to follow your progress. And to think that some said you should just toss the whole thing!
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4 days ago
American Mel
Fascinating! That is one "Wicked-Cool " fan! (tu) Am enjoying following this post. Keep posting your progress.
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4 days ago
American Mel
Caraholic4life Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Here is an interesting one in Georgia for sale. It > is advertised as a 1960 but it appears to be a > 1961. The unique thing is that it appears to have > an aftermarket gasoline heater installed in it. > VIN advertised as 10735w256317 > > ir-wagon700/6591363130.html > > Here is a
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7 days ago
American Mel
THAT'S IT ! ! ! (tu)(tu) He is inviting people to come aboard and look around! (:P)
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7 days ago
American Mel
Everyone in the office is staring out the windows. :D
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7 days ago
American Mel
Maybe it should have been a little bigger. 8-) Some people might not have gotten the message. X(
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7 days ago
American Mel
Because it saw you try to post them same thing THREE times! It has happened to me before when my computer re-acted slowly.
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7 days ago
American Mel
I saw that right away too. And we should be seeing, ECNALUBMA.
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7 days ago
American Mel
Kroil is an awesome product! (tu)(tu) Personally, if you can get it, I would use Kroil over PB ANY DAY ! ! ! Kroil is the only thing used by the Chandlery at our Marina. It works on the highly corroded items on salt-water boats, it should work on a Corvair.
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7 days ago
American Mel
I have; Called, Emailed, and even PM'ed Clark's and always had great communications with them. (tu)(tu)
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7 days ago
American Mel
Very few sights as Beautiful as a back-lit AMERICAN flag ! ! !
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8 days ago
American Mel
Welcome to the BEST Corvair forum on the web! You also need to hook up with > > > Western Canada CORSA < < <!
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8 days ago
American Mel
Welcome to the forum! Start a new thread, and tell us about yourself. We LOVE pictures around here. Show us your car ! ! !
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8 days ago
American Mel
Phil Dally Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Paying it forward based on faith is extremely > rewarding...keep it up Andrew. I would have to agree with Phil.
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9 days ago
American Mel
I thought I had read somewhere that no Stage V's were ever actually produced.
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9 days ago
American Mel
playerpage Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah I have one of those. Just out of curiosity, > is there no 66 shop manual with relevant updates? No, '65 only. BUT. . . . they made yearly supplements.
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9 days ago
American Mel
(tu)(tu) That is a beautiful fender!
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9 days ago
American Mel
oldqmguy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Actually, I think Lycoming had them first! > > Most of the small airplanes I flew had "pancake 6 > cylinder" engines (I never quite finished my > pilot's training and have not flown one in years > but I remember how!). > > The Corvair engine is a unique design, but I don't > think it w
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