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    John Reddie

    A bunch a new P15's

    I just found this article on "Tho Old Motor" site. John R http://theoldmotor.com/?p=171243
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    Don Coatney

    A bunch a new P15's

    My best educated guess is to new owners😛
  4. 3 points

    My First Car -- P15 1947 Plymouth Deluxe

    Black will show the most flaws in the bodywork. Other than that I like black. I went for a dark green on mine. It can look blackish in the sunlight.
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    The same issue where current members of the human race are to be resposible for all past injustices that ever occured.
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    Bandana....two new ones given to me today....one for me, one for the dog...
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    Los.........I think the problems been that if the worm & roller are worn thats when it gets iffy as these parts are not common now, bearings, bushes and seals are available but, I've seen pitman shafts which include the roller on ebay but can't recall seeing any worms but they maybe out there somewhere.........of course thats for you guys, ie, for LHD.........RHD stuff for us here in Oz is made of unobtainium.............lol...............andyd
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    Suggest you have your doctor adjust your meds🤕
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    Anti-theft devices

    Los, I like the idea 3 switches but my dash isn't that big. My 37 has the foot pedal for starting and I don't think many people in England know anything about this. People come up to our car and ask why the windshield wipers are on top? I have to tell them because the window cranks open. They stand amazed.
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    Anti-theft devices

    Ignition kill is always good. I've worked in body shops for 25 years. Every theft recovery I've worked on had an alarm. Steering wheel locks like the club are useless, easy to get around. My 12 gauge or .45 barrel poking out the window is a great deterrent as well but you have to be awake to catch them for that to work.
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    a quick photo of the paint in the sun.
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    December 7th, 1941

    Its up to the parents to educate. My kids are grown and appreciated their Dads love of history. They know things about history that their Grandparents don't. My son is an English teacher...he spells words better than me. In my opinion, history is like math and the auto manuals we hold so dear. Its there to read, reread and remind us of the details, so we can have brain space to remember where the heck we left our keys. 48D
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    While I'm searching through my piles of spare parts looking for interesting things....here's some related videos. E-brake video #1 E-brake video #2 E-brake video #3 48D
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    He's right Nick. It wasn't cheap especially in leather. I'm sure you have thanked him already but just in case do it again. Don't forget mom either.
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    Plymouthy Adams

    December 7th, 1941

    in today's world of individuals, it is only pertinent if it pertains to the individual....they are their own cause, their own importance their own imagined legacy...the education system is stripping their culture and their heritage at a pace that in 10 years we will have no history of the sacrifice of our forefathers in the creation of this nation...the only thing that is basically surviving and who knows for how long, is your text books that are yet in print...and many of them are getting rewritten daily...our books of old are being referred to as fairy tales and that todays new revelations of the past is the truth..
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    Merle Coggins

    December 7th, 1941

    College students that don't know the significance of 9/11? 😲 Just goes to show the state our education system... The Pearl Harbor attack happened 26 years before I was born, but I'm still very aware of the significance of Dec 7th, 1941, thanks to the education that I received.
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    Merle Coggins

    Split Ring Tire Question

    Max PSI is for Max load. Unless you are using your truck as it was used "back in the day" you could run with a lower pressure and improve the ride quality. Bring the pressure down until you see the tire start to squat a bit, then add 5 lbs.
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    Christmas came early! Seats look really nice. Cant wait to I'm putting this back together.
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    Split Ring Tire Question

    I don’t know about “Seating” a bead at 100PSI, but I would think your head stands a good chance of being “Unseated” from the rest of your body at that pressure with a split ring wheel. Ouch!!!!!!!
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    Or use a large rattail file to bore the engine out............lol..........oh well.............andyd
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    Okay, it was on the rack today, and the mechanic and I were underneath and he spun the drive shaft and the wheels rotated freely, and the shaft wasn't touching the parking brake pads, so the smell I smelled which I thought was a brake hanging up, was only the dripping WD40 onto the exhaust. In fact, while I was driving over to the shop this morning, there wasn't any smell, and I was calm enough, since I wasn't worried about all the things that "could" be wrong, to notice there wasn't drag at all on the vehicle while moving forward, that would have been there if a brake was actually hanging up. So, all in all, a good day at the shop. I've got a lead on a used cable, and I'll look for a parking brake kit to replace what I've got, even though the current one is fine, it looks like it could use a replacement kit at some point in the distant future. Might as well get it now, when I don't have a crises and have the luxury of available time. Thanks for all the suggestions guys. 👍
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    Pizza oven truck conversion for the barbecue .......what do you say Tim?
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    Taking the tree to my local volunteer FD for our Christmas party
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    Plymouthy Adams

    Thanks Plymouthy!

    if I can continue to help as you go about this process....a quick PM to me on the forum is usually the faster way to reach me...
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    Reg Evans

    Tie Down Hooks - Thoughts?

    Here are mine.


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