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Oldsmobile joins Plymouth: RIP by Steven E. Eyrse
YEP and this is why I drive a 1935 series 40 . Even Buick went down a little after the war. Steve E. On Wed, 28 Apr 2004 02:50:00 GMT, "Art" > wrote: >The only thing I find a bit strange about GM is that if you look at Consumer
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May 18th 04 05:29 PM
by Dori A Schmetterling Go to last post
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ASSHOLE/LOSER by Stewart Pinkerton
On Tue, 16 Nov 2004 00:23:08 GMT, DTJ > wrote: >On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 21:23:45 +0000 (UTC), Stewart Pinkerton > wrote: > >>>> Keep your lame-ass eyeballs on Fallujah for the next few >>>> days, junior. We'll show ya how it's done. >> >>Indeed yes - shoot...
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December 8th 04 03:09 PM
by dreas Go to last post
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home bodywork/paint/rust protection question by Nate Nagel
This is going to sound like an obscure problem, but it's *my* problem, so I'm going to give it a shot. I'm 99% certain that I'm going to be buying another old car in the near future. It's a '64 Studebaker, which are notorious for front fender rust-out. Now I would like to actually *drive* this...
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November 30th 04 06:28 PM
by Refinish_King1 Go to last post
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classic cars for weddings?? by jessica
Hi - hope you don't mind me posting to more than one newsgroup. I'm looking to hire a late 50's early 60's jag , daimler or bently or similar for my wedidng in The Cotswolds (UK) in december. All i seem to find is old style 20's and 30's cars or modern day. can anyone recommend a suitable...
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October 25th 03 03:58 PM
by R. N. Robinson Go to last post
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Incredibly hard-to-remove lugnuts by James P. H. Fuller
Just lugnuts on a farm trailer wheel, but I can't get them off. They've been on for years, probably put on with an air wrench, certainly good'n'rusted. I've tried socket wrench, cross wrench, electric impact wrench, they won't budge. I've used a gallon of Liquid Wrench, no joy. I took the trailer...
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October 21st 04 03:47 PM
by Dan Thomas Go to last post
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sopranos goof by Daniel J. Stern
On Wed, 21 Apr 2004, z wrote: > In last week's Sopranos, Tony has a flashback to when he was 16, and his > father excused his late arrival home by saying the car broke a timing > belt. What cars had timing belts in the 60s? This is like all the movies > that take place in the 50s, and the driver...
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May 4th 04 07:31 AM
by Bernard Farquart Go to last post
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Plymouth Fury by Harry K
Saw this one in 1985 inside a closed garage, also saw it still there last week. AFAIK it has not been moved since 1985. Owned by old farmer who was using a truck for tranportation, he died recently. I have only seen this one from the rear end through the garage door. Covered with decades of...
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September 10th 04 05:44 PM
by Joe Way Go to last post
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Brake experts? by G.R. Patterson III
This summer, I finished a rebuild job of the brakes on my '40 Ford. I replaced the shoes, drums, lines, and hoses. I rebuilt the wheel cylinders and the master. I put in silicon brake fluid. Then I started trying to get pressure. The first step was to get fluid through the lines. I had my stepson...
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December 6th 04 02:23 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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This DeLorean: Is this deal worth it? by Let_do_The_No
Hello, perhaps some of you may offer an opinion on this deal 81 model with questionable engine for $7000+/12K miles. Second, what else should I ask about / be concerned about on this vehicle? Here are the vehicle pictures and...
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May 13th 04 09:10 AM
by Adrian Go to last post
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Prop-Vehicles/Classic Cars for Film & TV by Merlin
Go to:- http://www.geocities.com/actionmotors66
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March 14th 05 07:02 PM
by George Patterson Go to last post
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Opinions wanted! Best first car for beginner by Eric Martin
Hi, I'd be interested in opinions from this newsgroup on what a good first collector car for a beginner with limited mechanical skills and tools would be, given these parameters: 1) Price ceiling of low teens. 2) Desire a daily driver. 3) Chiefly interested in early to mid 1960s styling. 4)...
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October 14th 03 05:38 AM
by The Guy Go to last post
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Help identifying an antique car by [email protected]
Hello, As part of an art history research project I am trying to definitively identify the make, model and year of a car that appeared in a 1952 collage by the artist Eduardo Paolozzi. The car, along with the collage, is pictured he http://johnston.rs.googlepages.com/car I would be very...
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April 14th 07 05:45 AM
by Stude Go to last post
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Antique Car Batteries? by Justin[_7_]
When did vehicles start having batteries in them as a standard? 1920? How much power did the first automotive batteries supply?
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January 8th 09 05:14 AM
by Justin[_7_] Go to last post
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66 Dart cvt world's best collector car by Geoff Berrow
I noticed that Message-ID: > from edward ohare contained the following: >>66 Dart cvt world's best collector car > >Hey, Punt, that's really creative, if I do say so myself. I like it! 'Sfunny, whenever I see the word 'Dart' I think of some pointy...
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December 4th 05 08:43 PM
by Chuck Go to last post
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Defunct Big-3 US Makes? by chudwuh
I'm compiling a list of defunct (or soon to be) Big-3 passenger car makes that were made and/or sold in the US. So far, I've come up with the following - anybody know of any others? Thanks. FoMoCo - Edsel GM - LaSalle and Oldsmobile MoPar - DeSoto and Plymouth
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November 15th 03 03:05 AM
by clare @ snyder.on .ca Go to last post
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any way to protect NOS fenders? by Nate Nagel
Looks like I just bought myself another car... a '64 Stude convertible, comes with NOS front fenders. Now fenders on Studes are made in a real retarded manner, there is a vertical brace at the rear edge with a tiny little gap between it and the outer skin. Guess where they all rust? What would...
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October 24th 04 12:40 PM
by E Brown Go to last post
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A purist's rant by Shooting Shark
On Hemmings' website today, I saw someone purporting to sell a "completely restored" 1938 LaSalle. The site is he http://www.hemmings.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/classifieds.cardetail/id/2121606 First of all, it's silver, which I question was a factory color in 1938. Second, even the most...
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Bogus VIN plate on '67 Firebird ragtop? by PH
The VIN plate on my '67 Firebird convertible is for a coupe, 22337xxxxxxxx, when it should be 22367xxxxxxx. The title is for a convertible. I've had the car for about 25 years now and had it titled and registered in 3 states before this one, but it hasn't been registered yet in NJ since it's in...
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August 26th 04 12:21 AM
by KITT Go to last post
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Are classic cars discriminated against? by Rustler
I keep running into more and more problems getting service on things I can't do myself. It would be interesting to know if others run into this too. On the first visit, some places flatly refuse to accept customers who have older cars. Others keep coming up with excuses as to why they can't get to...
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October 6th 03 08:25 PM
by Steve Sears Go to last post
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help identifying the year of a photo by [email protected]
I am trying to date a photo. I know the boat was built in the late 1930's but the person who gave me the photo said it was taken in 1949. I don't believe the boat was in the area during the late 1940's but I could be wrong. Unfortunately I don't know a lot about antique cars. Can...
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August 8th 07 12:47 PM
by Otto Skorzeny Go to last post
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