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Furylee2

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About Furylee2

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    Senior Member, have way too much spare time on my hands
  • Birthday 09/14/1950

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Papillion, NE
  • My Project Cars
    Not really projects, more like drivers.
    1937 Plymouth Deluxe
    1941 Plymouth Special Deluxe business coupe
    1958 Plymouth Belvedere convertible
    1964 Plymouth Fury convertible
    1965 Plymouth Fury III sedan
    1968 Plymouth Fury III convertibles

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  • Biography
    Married 47 years, 3 kids, 6 grandkids
  • Occupation
    Retired

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  • Location
    Papillion, NE
  • Interests
    Plymouths

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  1. Thanks! I’m one of those that see a box with numbers and letters. Beautiful car!
  2. Furylee2

    POC meet

    That post was from 2 years ago, the 2017 meet.
  3. It’s the same for all the pics in post 41. But all the others come through ok. Even the ones I couldn’t see yesterday are there now. Thanks, Lee
  4. For whatever reason, all I see is a series of numbers and letters in place of the pictures.
  5. That’s what was nice about this tool. It would lift the needle while the center pin would push on the speedometer needle shaft.
  6. In a former life I did gage calibration and tool repair. I used a tool similar to this to pull the hands off of dial calipers and gages.
  7. My brother has a 46 as well. When he restored it, he talked to the Plymouth Owners Club P-15 Tech Advisor at the time (lives here in Omaha). He stated that in 46, those reflectors were white for that year only. Might explain the lighter color you see on yours.
  8. Hey, what ever became of the coupe the tree fell on? Does the son-in-law still have it? I know you were chasing parts for it, and found a donor car for a top/roof.
  9. Sorry, I should have said socket. I'm pretty sure it was one of these. Like I said, I took the new switch in with me to test the fit. When I got home, I used the socket to remove the old switch and install the new one. This was on my 58, but the 37 and the 41 use pretty much the same pressure switch. Lee
  10. I just bought a new one at O,Reilly's this summer. Took the old switch with me (they had two sizes).
  11. When I read it I thought the same thing, he's looking for a vendor, not necessarly an ad.
  12. That's an excellent idea. Wish I thought of that before I bought carpet for my 37. http://www.macsautoparts.com/ford_mercury_early/interior-parts-and-trim/rubber-floor-mats.html?cm_mmc=google-_-1932-48+V8+Non+Branded-_-Broad-_-%2Bford+%2BFloor+%2BMats&cm_guid=1-_-100000000000000046521-_-103785912482&ne_ppc_id=1161&ne_key_id=21512707&ne_sadid=103785912482&gclid=CKv56KPUmswCFQmRaQodpt4GzQ
  13. This is what I put in my 41 Business Coupe for the heater switch. Found it on eBay:
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