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Young Ed

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About Young Ed

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    Zen Master, I breathe vintage mopar!

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    Have a wife and 2 sons a daughter and 4 old mopars. What more can anyone ask for?

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    Mounds View MN
  • My Project Cars
    40 Plymouth PT105 1/2ton, 46 Dodge WC 1/2 ton, 47 WC 1/2ton, 48 Plymouth club coupe

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    Minneapolis MN: 46 dodge 1/2 ton,48 & 51 ply club coupes
  • Interests
    old cars

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  1. Young Ed

    Hound dog hauler

    My feeling it sounds like you won't get anywhere until you pull those frost plugs and really clean the inside of the block out. The flathead I got used was supposedly rebuilt and had about 2 lbs of gunk that came out.
  2. Young Ed

    electric wipers

    No but I think the extra width is all at the outside. For instance the fresh air heater box fits from a dodge. I believe the one in my car came out of a chrysler.
  3. Young Ed

    The purple people eater is slowly disintegrating

    I have seen advice somewhere-possibly someone on this forum to take a sharpie and write your cell # inside the hubcaps. Then you can hope the finder will give you a call.
  4. Young Ed

    Teaching my grandson to drive a stick

    Yes I quoted myself-coming back to add pictures. Also this is my Moms car that I also learned to drive in. That's our trailer across the street in the neighbors driveway.
  5. Young Ed

    Teaching my grandson to drive a stick

    I learned to drive in a variety of stick shifts. At the time Dads truck was a v6 dakota with a 5spd. I still have that one although it's in pretty sad shape these days. Besides that one was his 39 plymouth road king touring sedan, 40 Plymouth PT105 pickup(before he restored it I used to drive it around in the woods), the 46 dodge 1/2 ton that replaced it as the woods truck, and his 50 plymouth 4dr.
  6. Young Ed

    Starter Removal

    Time to break out those wobble extensions or 1/2 moon wrenches!
  7. Young Ed

    Let's see your other rides

    Were you able to transfer anything to the new ride? I'd want to move the shift knob or hubcaps just to make it my own again.
  8. Young Ed

    Let's see your other rides

    sad you lost your car to the storm! Glad to see you replaced it-looks like you upgraded to the hardtop
  9. Young Ed

    Tucker Sno Cat speedometer

    Dads Worthington Chief lawn tractor is the same way. Mostly dodge truck parts some house made stuff. Crosley gauge cluster. Seat probably from some tractor line.
  10. Young Ed

    Great Grandpa's Truck. It's time.

    guess I've never seen the underbelly of the bigger trucks. I'd love to have one of the big 2.5 or 3 ton flat nose trucks
  11. Young Ed

    Great Grandpa's Truck. It's time.

    Interesting the bigger W series trucks the gas tank moved from inside the frame to outside however it looks like the same tank with a relocated filler neck.
  12. Young Ed

    Craigslisters

    Yes they are. I would guess they are just rebranded by snap on though.
  13. Young Ed

    47 Dodge Turkey Truck Build

    just a quick update-went to the junkyard and managed to salvage the springs and spacers for the gas tank. Now I can get that installed. Any suggestions on what to clean the tank out with? Looks clean on the inside but it's been laying around so I'd like to rinse out the dust etc..
  14. Young Ed

    We and the Windsor 2018

    In this case since they aren't mounted on a car couldn't he just push them from behind?
  15. the 3spd in my 46 is syncronized but its kinda worn so I still have to double clutch 2-3.
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