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Robert Horne

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Robert Horne last won the day on February 11 2013

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About Robert Horne

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    Zen Master, I breathe vintage mopar!

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    virginia
  • My Project Cars
    38 coupe

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    Abingdon, VA
  • Interests
    mopars

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    retired , factory supervisor

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  1. Robert Horne

    37 Plymouth Sedan Resto- New Member

    .The 98 Jeep inline is what I have thought of for some time. my 98 runs great, 2 wheel drive. 3.55 rear gear.
  2. Robert Horne

    anyone running Lake pipes on their P 15 or d24

    Found this on the net....
  3. Robert Horne

    37 Plymouth Sedan Resto- New Member

    Your 37 project looks in better shape than what I started with. I have a 98 Jeep, inline 6, 2 wheel drive, auto trans,I would like to install in this project. My 38 Coupe has a 36 or 37 engine, 5 speed Ranger trans, easy to drive. Bob..
  4. Robert Horne

    Dual circuit master cylinder

    On my 48 Dodge, I used a Ford MC running a rod through the original MC, worked good.
  5. I have a bench seat in my coupe. The shifter on the TK5 5 speed is at the rear of the trans, so I did a little bending on the shifter, and added a piece of steel tubing, works great....
  6. Robert Horne

    1954 Starter Motor

    In my 38 Coupe with a 36 or 37 engine, I am running a 12 volt MDF 6007 starter from a 1956 engine. Before that I was running a 6 volt that was listed as from a 1954 model car. I believe the 57 and up starters are a little different that the 56 year.
  7. Robert Horne

    Show your Goodies!

    This is the two barrel intake from my 56 engine.
  8. Robert Horne

    A Matter Of Exhaust Decibels

    I made my exhaust from straight pipes, no muffler. Painted exhaust before install. At about 80hp, not too loud for short trips. On a 4 hour rod run, I discovered, I need a muffler...
  9. I installed a Ford Ranger 5 speed trans in my 38 a few years ago. No adapter needed on the 38 bell housing. Has done very good with a 3.73 rearend, but I think would do better with a 3.55 rear.
  10. Robert Horne

    scarebird brake conversion

    These photos were posted on a different thread, for a 36 Plymouth, bolt on, no adapter. The caliper looks to be Volvo. I have not found anyway it could be bolted on without an adapter...
  11. Robert Horne

    Antifreeze and your car

    I ran rain water through, and drained several times during the summer. Before cold weather, I flushed one more time, and added all antifreeze, no water. The all antifreeze has been in about 4 years now. I will drain it this year, and see the condition of rust or not....
  12. Robert Horne

    Engine swapping

    Don Coatney's engine was a Desoto, so a little different setup on the flywheel I believe....
  13. Robert Horne

    Happy birthday to me

    Happy Birthday John. What is most important, is that you like your ride, and enjoy it. Here is a photo of my birthday gift to myself in 1986. Mom said it needs a top....
  14. Robert Horne

    found source for bolt in dual master cylinder

    I cut some bad sections of flooring where the foot area is, and did not have to go under the seat area. The only bracket I had to install, was the blue piece. I made the push rod longer also..... The new Mustang II MC worked great....
  15. Robert Horne

    found source for bolt in dual master cylinder

    On my 48 I left the original MC on, and added a bracket, and Mustang II MC..worked very good......
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