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General Discussion / Re: engine bay splash pans....
« on: December 06, 2017, 06:14:55 PM »
Not a problem Chet.  I am in no hurry.  I have projects that need doing in my shop to last a second life-time.  I need to find someone here that can do my engine.  The "big name" shop wanted $5K to start!!  Won't be going there.  Have a very good holiday season.  And thanks.  Kim Mc

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General Discussion / Re: engine bay splash pans....
« on: December 06, 2017, 02:55:36 AM »
Yes, that would be great!  Flat pattern is fine (folded for mailing), maybe dotted lines to indicate location of bends.  Thanks a lot, Chet.  Kim Mc

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General Discussion / Re: 29 Wire Harness
« on: November 29, 2017, 12:06:23 AM »
Good stuff to know.  Thanks Chet.   KMc

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General Discussion / Re: 29 Wire Harness
« on: November 28, 2017, 02:15:50 AM »
what were the "extras" you got? 

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General Discussion / Re: Happy Thanksgiving !!!
« on: November 23, 2017, 10:25:56 PM »
Happy Holidays to you and your family too Chet.  And thank you especially for managing and maintaining this site.  It is really great to be able to exchange information with other early Plymouth owners.  Best regards, Kim Mc

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General Discussion / Re: engine bay splash pans....
« on: November 21, 2017, 08:32:08 AM »
Hey, thanks Chet for clearing that up.  Now I have to find the passenger side pan somewhere.  KMc

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General Discussion / engine bay splash pans....
« on: November 21, 2017, 01:18:53 AM »
I have what I think is the passenger side "splash pan" that goes alongside the engine at the oil pan level in my '29 coupe (picture attached).  However, I just have the one and I have no idea what the piece on the other side looks like or even if there is one on the driver's side.  If one of you could send me a picture of the driver's side splash pan, I would appreciate it.  Then I can start looking for a replacement.  Thanks for the help.  Kim Mc

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General Discussion / paint colors for vintage plymouths
« on: November 08, 2017, 02:18:08 AM »
I have searched the internet for good examples of color combinations for my old Plymouth.  I recently looked at TCP Global as I used their paint on another vehicle.  Many of you probably already know of this site but I was excited to find what I believe is the exact color combination for my 1929 business coupe (chrome green dark).  Here is the link (you can enlarge the samples by double clicking to get a larger image to look at).  http://www.autocolorlibrary.com/EraChips.html   Now you just have to decide which color fits your car.  Kim

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General Discussion / Re: Wheel rim wrench
« on: March 30, 2015, 05:40:21 AM »
FrankP; re your request for a picture of the "rim lever" referred to by others.  Go to page 21 of this forum; second item from top of page is a post about "tool kits" started by member 1930.  In that discussion I posted a picture of a rim jack on one of my '29 wheels (April 10, 2010, I think).  Download the picture so you can enlarge it.  Then you can clearly see the "lever" in the disengaged position so the rim jack is able to pull end of the split rim inside the opposite end so that the tire can be removed.  When the lever is engaged, the rim is locked in position by a pin that holds the two ends of the rim together.  The picture will probably be more helpful than my explanation. 

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General Discussion / Re: Wheel rim wrench
« on: March 02, 2015, 02:30:21 AM »
Hello Hursst.  The wheel rim wrench is also referred to as a rim jack.  Go back to pg. 21 (I think) of the General Discussion section; look for subject "tool kits" started by 1930 with the last post date of July 30, 2010.  There are a couple pages of discussion.  I posted the instructions for an Acme Rim Jack and a picture of mine while I was removing a rim from the wheel.  If you have trouble or need more info, let me know.  I will keep checking here.  Kim Mc

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General Discussion / Re: '28 Top Reconstruction
« on: March 13, 2014, 02:16:46 AM »
I would be interested in the tips and your progress.  Thanks.  mc

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General Discussion / Re: More on 28/29 Roof Construction
« on: March 12, 2014, 04:25:33 AM »
Chet....same result....any advice?  mc

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General Discussion / Re: More on 28/29 Roof Construction
« on: March 12, 2014, 04:24:05 AM »
Hmmmmm.....   the diagram was very big on the first message.  I'm going to try to send it as a smaller image.  mc

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General Discussion / Re: More on 28/29 Roof Construction
« on: March 12, 2014, 04:17:14 AM »
Hey Chet.  I took a little time to day to do some measurements and diagrams to help you with your project.  Although I have a '29 coupe and you a sedan, I expect there are many similarities in the top wood structure from the windshield back as far as the B post.  So that's what I detailed.  The back of the front wood piece is fixed to the flat steel plate above the windshield.  The length of that piece falls short of the outside edge of the A post by about 5/8 inch on each end.  The out side edge of the side wood piece is curved to follow the curve of the top of the door; the inside edge of this piece is straight from the A post to the B post (maybe the pictures will help show this).  I traced the actual curve of the pieces in some places and noted those on the diagram; otherwise, much of the diagram is not to scale.  Hope it all makes sense once you look at the diagram and pics.  If not, send me a note.  Good luck with your project. I get lots of help from the Forum too, so maybe this stuff will be useful to others.  mc

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General Discussion / Re: '28 Top Reconstruction
« on: March 07, 2014, 05:34:58 PM »
Old Man:  Your moniker should be 'Mr. Encyclopedia'...thanks for this info.  I will check Mac's catalogue...I need the end pieces...I expect they will have the top material too?  Anyhow, thanks for sharing all that Plymo info stuffed into your noodle...     mc

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