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  1. Just happened upon this looking for a totally unrelated item.....funny how things pop up......maybe someone here is looking to buy...... https://roanoke.craigslist.org/cto/d/1940-plymouth-very-low/6605442449.html
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    Define Irony.

    he is still called a doctor.....personal opinions placed aside...
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    Auto Museum Day

    This weekend there was a car show and poker run to a few of the local historical sites. I did not attend but I am posting to say that while this site was published and flyer handed out, I passed THREE other local car shows that I had zero knowledge and passed alongside the road on my way to pick up a car. I often wonder if these smaller groups would communicate among themselves just what kind of combined show could be put together. All three had a myriad of makes of models while the Poker run was mainly a Mustang deal....maybe I just answered my own question.
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    My Scarebird Install 1948 Dodge part II

    actually the finger pointing on similar/related post and keeping them in one thread is for the reader to be able to track what has been done/said and make his contribution productive and not just another mynah bird repeating what has been posted earlier......
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    1952 Plymouth Suburban

    I would have thought for the money and time to spray, and later remove the paint, probably gum up on sand paper, that a nice car cover would have been the better choice...but then I do not know your housing area's right to privacy invasion either.
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    Kubalwagon build

    that car is afflicted......needs some hygiene work...
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    1949 Plymouth Super Deluxe 4dr Sedan Parts

    ah...the room to store parts once removed, place to hide the car as it slowly will sell off part by part and the long lapse of time between each transaction....looks good on paper but wear thin fast in real life....most of the larger panel will not be bought due to the high cost of shipping given you find a buyer...bumpers and gravel pans may be largest piece worth removing and storing.
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    1946 Plymouth gasser

    we patient, will wait till you get the link fixed....😎
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    My Scarebird Kit install and a few ? 1948 Dodge

    maybe a restricted vent hole...with the vent hole in the fill cap....very small one might I ad...the fluid above to reservoir level is by gravity destined to weep out...that is the very call for the residual along with proper pressure rating for disc verse the heavily spring force of the rear shoes. When installing a remote fill on my 54 stock master, I had to plug the vent hole so to retain fluid in the remote fill reservoir as the lid for the remote became the system vent...
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    My Scarebird Kit install and a few ? 1948 Dodge

    even if for some reason you do not think they are needed....why did ma Mopar install the check valve into the original master that you stated needs be removed...not an argument mind you, just asking. Chrysler never was guilty of putting on parts not needed...
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    My Scarebird Kit install and a few ? 1948 Dodge

    as the stock master is lower than the calipers...and you are retaining the rear drums...you now are faced with two systems, one outlet master...you will need to remove the internal check valve and install residual valves inline to your cylinders/calipers.....2lb for the disc and 10lb for the drums..
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    50's MOPAR rim bolts vs studs

    lots of late model European cars still use the bolts over the stud and nut...it is generally accepted that the clean look of a finished bolt head has much more aesthetic appeal over a nut with exposed thread...then you have the nut and bolts folks who argue torque values...and then the gorilla grip mechanics that say stripping of studs is common....whereas the bolt will not but if you cross thread the bolt you got an expensive hub to replace....then folks argue that if you fit adapter and offset wheels and or fit the thicker alloy wheels then you have but to change the bolt length instead of pressing out studs and installing correct longer lengths.....pick your poison....lots to go around...on my German cars that use the bolts, the very wheel being stock, steel or alloy and or aftermarket...BLM (bolt length matters)
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    The roomiest DeSoto ever built.

    since my bud sold his beach house...just not the same...could park at his place....do the beach thing...quick shower at his place and back in the car for home. His place had an outdoor shower facility and he need not even be there for me to access the beach or clean up afterwards. It is just a nasty feeling driving with salt film and sand on your bod....20+ years of living near the beach...before that, living among the beeches...
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    The roomiest DeSoto ever built.

    I'd would love the beach if they got rid of that nasty salt water and all that sand.....
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    The roomiest DeSoto ever built.

    Tybee Island..........Swimming with the H-bomb.......
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