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oldodge41 last won the day on December 20 2015

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About oldodge41

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    Guru, have been a long time contributor
  • Birthday 06/26/1958

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    Central PA.
  • My Project Cars
    1941 Dodge Business Coupe

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  • Biography
    I am an avid do-it-yourself guy. I like all types of cars, stock, modified, antique, muscle, trucks
  • Occupation
    Maintenance Supervisor at PSU Power Plant


  • Location
    Central Pennsylvania
  • Interests
    Old cars, motorcycles, dirt track auto racing

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  1. oldodge41

    Name this car, maybe??

    Looks like '36 Nash Coupe
  2. oldodge41

    Name this car, maybe??

    Found this Nash picture but the trunk lid looks longer than in the other picture.
  3. oldodge41

    Lower shock mounts

    When I put the Explorer rear under my 41 Dodge the sghocks hit the larger axle tubes with the original mounts so I made these
  4. oldodge41

    Who Is Actually Driving Their Vintage Mopars?

    Great thread, awesome cars!
  5. oldodge41

    Who Is Actually Driving Their Vintage Mopars?

    Driven when weather permits and the urge strikes. Got it on the road in 1991 and we have driven it some every year since.
  6. oldodge41

    Off topic hobbies

    Motorcycle for me too.
  7. oldodge41

    Keep right?

    Great question. I work on the campus of a large university. Many nationalities represented and no one seems to know to keep right on the sidewalk. Americans included.
  8. oldodge41


    "Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it"
  9. oldodge41

    December photo op

    Cold Stream Dam Philipsburg, PA
  10. oldodge41

    Master cylinder kits problems

    My '41 Dodge had a 1-1/8" bore MC when I first started driving it. I swapped it with a 1" bore with no ill effects. I think the 1" will require more pedal travel to move the same amount of fluid, but the affect I saw was minimal if any. I was told the smaller bore creates more hydraulic pressure with the same foot pedal pressure, but I don't know if that is a tested fact or a law of physics or something. Should you swap to 1-1/8"? It is my "opinion" that it doesn't matter, but that is a choice only you should make. I am only relating my personal experience with each MC bore size. I have been known to do some things that others feel are, shall we say, abnormal.
  11. oldodge41

    Master cylinder kits problems

    I have both 1" and 1-1/8" master cylinders here. Both look identical. Just different bore sizes. Like P.A. said, stuff gets swapped around on these old cars all the time.
  12. oldodge41

    The legend lives on

    Best part of my old car are the memories of my Dad. your grandson will never forget the time he spends with you on the Plymouth. Good for both of you!
  13. oldodge41

    temperature behaviour/ reading, cranbrook 218 engine

    Another vote for a plugged / bad water tube.
  14. oldodge41

    Long Time Lurker Official Car Introduction

    i live on Fernwood Road, the road before the one you turned on to. Those are Chevy's, they belong to a guy who lives in Morann. Early fifties I believe. He has, or had, a very nice '54 Chevy. I haven't seen it for quite a while now. Not sure if he still has that one or not. His Dad used to live on 28 Road where the old cars sit.
  15. oldodge41

    Long Time Lurker Official Car Introduction

    Nice car. I remember that car from the Pennswoods ads. I think the guy had a Javelin and a '67 Dodge for sale that looked interesting too. Had to r-e-s-i-s-t the urge to go look myself. With some (ok, a lot of) help from my wife I was able to restrain myself. I am glad the '48 got a good home. I am real close to you in Fernwood, just outside Houtzdale. I am sure we will see each other out and about. I thought I caught a glimpse of a Mopar coupe in Houtzdale a couple weekends ago. Maybe a '41 Plymouth, possibly just passing thru, or maybe these old Mopars are taking over Clearfield County.

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