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About DJ194950

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    Male
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    Ca.
  • Interests
    Old cars, younger women, ya right!
  • My Project Cars
    50 Ply. 4dr. Driver NOW! 2 years of work.
    50 Ply. Suburban, Hot rodded, 80 % done, on hold, w/ 49 ply. frontend w/ grille v-8 Lots of updates.Waiting for glass,upholstery, paint-the $$$ things!

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    old cars are my phys. therapy
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    ex-construction equipment mechanic

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    modesto,ca.
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    old cars

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  1. DJ194950

    Emergency/Parking Brake

    Maybe something made to work just as you want?? Probably not the cheapest way but not way expensive, made as You want! Check it out if you want to, just an alternative answer. http://www.controlcables.com/parking-brake-cables-2/ DJ
  2. DJ194950

    6 volt wiper motor run on 12 volts

    Runtz resistors are perfect for low amp draw like gauges but for much higher draws in continuous duty they burn up in a blink of the eye. Other have suggested 2- 1 ohm resistors hooked in parallel with 6 volts tapped off the connection between the two resistors. First one gets 12 volt source from the other end and the other free connection on the second resistor goes to ground. This setup should be good for about 15 amp. continuous draws. The resistors are about 3/4" wide by 3" long and should be mounted to a plate of aluminum as a heat sink and mounted as available spots allow. A internet search for 12v. to 6 volt automotive use will show some good drawings. I would draw one but I am computer retarded! No kids close by to show the old man! 😄 DJ
  3. DJ194950

    Me and the Meadowbrook

    Most of the stock Mopar heaters of the 50's must have been made for Alaska winters, will slow cook you on low after warming up for a bit in most climates! DJ
  4. DJ194950

    1950 plymouth special deluxe rocker clips

    Damn, just checked on EBay where the clips for 49-50 Plymouth clips were often found (not real cheap) but available- - Not today, keep a watch?? ☚ī¸ DJ
  5. DJ194950

    ANSWERED New 1950 dodge Truck to me

    shock washers that are cupped as original are avail. many places, just one example after a web search for cupped shock absorber washers-- shock washers.html
  6. DJ194950

    What's wrong with this picture......

    The vent window is All on the inside, how does it open plus no vent lock?? DJ
  7. DJ194950

    front inner fenders

    I found a wide variety of gromments a my local True Value store and also bought a assortment pack on one trip to my Napa store. both had what I wanted. DJ
  8. DJ194950

    1937 Dodge, Ol Bessy Is Coming Home!

    Do not confuse me with Sharps40 who does have a 37 Plymouth. I do not. I have a 50 Plymouth Suburban with a Fatman frame stub and MII suspension. Was intalled about 12-14 years ago. Was not much choice back then. Their stuff was OK but suspension in on the smaller diameter tubes and Does Not have the support on the lower arm tube I mentioed to Sharps40 earlier. If/when I continue with this car I will add that suppert for sure!! DJ
  9. DJ194950

    1937 Dodge, Ol Bessy Is Coming Home!

    Heidts does not make a install kit in stock but they are one of the most expensive out there. But they just bought out another company by the name-Chassis Engeneering that did and I liked their products. They were one of the first builders out there and make many Bolt in kits for the MII front suspension.37 Plymouth? Take a look under that name -not changed yet I believe. DJ
  10. DJ194950

    Tail-light upgrade?

    But expensive!! Supposed to almost last forever though?? DJ
  11. DJ194950

    Overheating. 210 in a 160 thermo

    Earn a few extra $$ for the old vechicle projects??. 🙄 The work bench and a adaptor to show results on a Big monitor?? 😖 DJ
  12. View Advert 42-48 Plymouth radiator Just checked and cleaned out by one of the oldest radiator shop. Owner stated it was the cleanest, solid original radiator of the ear he had seen. Was replaced with a aluminum 3 row (overkill) with 16" hi-performance electric fan. Now not sure it was really needed now, but the newer owner liked the look. Asking $400 plus shipping cost- offers?? Questions and hopefully clearer pics can be emailed if needed-had problems with getting the posted size for be able to be posted here for some reason. PM here-check daily or Dougj07@sbcglobal.net Thanks for looking! DJ Advertiser DJ194950 Date 09/17/18 Price $400.00 Category Individual Member Classified Ads  
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    Just checked and cleaned out by one of the oldest radiator shop. Owner stated it was the cleanest, solid original radiator of the ear he had seen. Was replaced with a aluminum 3 row (overkill) with 16" hi-performance electric fan. Now not sure it was really needed now, but the newer owner liked the look. Asking $400 plus shipping cost- offers?? Questions and hopefully clearer pics can be emailed if needed-had problems with getting the posted size for be able to be posted here for some reason. PM here-check daily or dougj07@sbcglobal.net Thanks for looking! DJ

    $400.00

  14. DJ194950

    Interesting photos I have run across.

    Something tells me Paul never visited Height Ashbury in SF in the 60's for the free love or went to the Music festivals of the era either! 😕 Too bad! NOT really!! 😉 DJ
  15. DJ194950

    Has anyone ever had to deal with a aggressive neighbor?

    Maybe this story/pictures will give you some ideas for You to do to your place to have a bit of fun with your grouchy? neighbor?? http://jetlaggin.com/meet-the-worst-neighbors-in-the-world/?utm_source=Adrizer&utm_campaign=105953&utm_term=HOMEPAGE_US~c&ut DJ
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