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Douglas

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About Douglas

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    Advanced Member

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  • Gender
    Male
  • My Project Cars
    1947 Plymouth 2dr Sedan. This is my daily driver.

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  • Biography
    I grew up in SE Portland Or. lived and went to collage in Reno back in the 70s. Back in Portland in.
  • Occupation
    Semi truck driver

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  • Location
    Vancouver Wa.
  • Interests
    Professional musician, RC airplane pilot, cars.

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  1. I was able to find a guy near me that did my wood grain with Hydrographics. Dash and all frames for about 600$ with a satin clear coat
  2. It was a lot of doe but I’m glad I went this direction. Thanks
  3. Well the start up of the firedome went well. It’s alive. Some valve adjusting and body reassemble and she should be back on the road in a couple of weeks. This pic is where the engine started when I bought it.
  4. Looks great underneath. Thanks for the invite but will be working and then home to keep moving forward on the car. I’ll be firing up the engine in a couple of hours. 🤞🏻
  5. I was fortunate to find a very affordable and caring exhaust guy. He’s a one man shop here in Vancouver.
  6. I have a couple that are just ok. Home made bracket and had to take a divot out of the oil pan so it wouldn’t be to low. Still using half of the original steering column so I could keep the steering wheel. Might have lost a little turning radius but I don’t care.
  7. Hello folks, been gone for awhile. Busy winter on the Sedan. Gonna fire it up tomorrow. Engine is backed by a Borg Warner 5sp. Dodge Omni manual steering rack. Turns nice. The goal is making a cruise in to Ellensberg Wa in a month.
  8. One more update. I received the door panels yesterday. All holes are cut beautifully. Very much worth the money.
  9. Hi Jim, I’ve had my system in place for two years now. I went with a coated steel braided 15” line in front of the upright. That hub spacing was the same on mine. Only problem I had was the timkin bearings on both sides went bad with in months. Used better bearings and no problem since.
  10. Hi Randy. I have a converted Deleo single wire unit with internal regulator in my 47 P-15. A alternator/starter shop will be able to do the work. Mine is putting out about 78 amps and is working great. Found a universal bracket on eBay. Hope this helps.
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