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pflaming last won the day on September 15 2018

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About pflaming

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    retired, now a novice mechanic on '50's mopars

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Reedley, California
  • Interests
    shop work on an old car
  • My Project Cars
    1952 B3B Pickup - daily driver
    1953 Plymouth Suburban, under construction

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    Raised in western Nebraska, taught school in the late 60's and 70's, sales career, now retired
  • Occupation
    Former packaging machinery salesman

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    Reedley, California, Central Valley
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    Fishing, Mechanical Design, Od Trucks

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    Mr. Shanks

    Frank, thankyou but I'll take the "Cuda"! Soud O singer by any chance? LOL
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    Value of extra parts

    From the previous posts I conclude that small parts of little value have only trade or "good guy" value. Accordingly I'm going to inventory and such store items. Somewhere along the way, it might be a nice throw in item. Maybe those who frequent THE BBQ should bring such items place them on a table. Purchaser makes a contribution to the event.
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    Value of extra parts

    Seems this thread has strayed. The intent was the value of parts and what members do with the small stuff.
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    Value of extra parts

    Yesterday, as I was reclaiming needed parts to finish my Suburban, I started collecting "parts of perceived value, and placed them in a separate place. Last night I looked up the value of those reclaimed small parts and discovered that they had little saleable value.
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    E brake cable

    One end does have a bolt for adjustment, so it would be possible to slip something over the coil.
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    E brake cable

    Brent, I like your suggestion so will do that then Plasti Dip the end that is under the cab. Give my greetings to your spouse. Paul
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    Scammed today

    Years ago, a caller from Florida said I had jus won a 44' RV Bus. To get it he needed . . . , I responded, where is it and where iare the keys? Well, he said I need. . . I replied, woul know where my RV is and I want to pick it up, "Well, he came back. . ." So I cut in. "You called ME, and said I had won an RV and I WANT to know where it is, so if you won't tell me, then you are a thief ". What he called me just before he hung up I won't print.
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    E brake cable

    Tim, yes on the inside cable, what on the outside coil. It had a coating when new.
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    Scammed today

    Person wanted to have a USA friend send ne a certified check to close the sale, for him to send the check, of course, he needed some "information ". I replied that his payment method was too complicated and that I will only accept USA cash when the item is picked up. No follow up from him.
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    E brake cable

    My e brake cable works easily and smoothly but. . . When new the was coated with some product that has dried out, broken, and crumbled off. I would like to recover it. What, if any, means are recommended? TKS
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    Greetings from KY

    JE, until I joined this forum I was not excited about the P series cars, I now am a convert. They are special and especially the coupes. P.S. Great patina, that will clean up very nicely!
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    Part Time Jobs!

    Part time now, full time to return. Hang tight, we are pulling for you!
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    Interesting photos I have run across.

    Do you have this one?
  14. Would take about 60 days! TKS for the heads up! LOL
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    Long journey

    I concur with extra parts in these vehicles, but not because if unavailability or undependability. In the '50's and 60's we never had extra parts and I never broke down on the road. In 1958 in September I drove a '50 Plymouth from western Nebraska to Fresno California, drove it all winter in CA, then back to NE in May.. For me, extra parts and a AAA Premium tow insurance is for safety and peace of mind. If I have a problem, I get two 250 mile tows a year. That is quick and safe. The extra parts are for backup protection, should I be in a safe place and have time, I'm prepared with plan B. JMHO.
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