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About tinlizzy

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    Senior Member, have way too much spare time on my hands
  • Birthday 08/14/1948

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    1948 pilothouse

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    like messing with old trucks
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    philpot, ky.
  • Interests
    hot rodding, camping, wood working, stained glass

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  1. any idea where you can find a dual intake for a 251 cubic inch engine?
  2. tinlizzy


    If any one lives in or near Livermore, Ky. there is a 1939 dodge 4dr sedan setting in a junk yard on hwy 431 between Utica and Livermore, Ky. They say it is for sale and it belongs to Phillipps Salvage yard, it looks to be pretty solid with lot of surface rust. There is also a 48 sedan with rust on lower section and a 1950 plymouth coupe with parts missing. I'd get them but no place to store them. The 39 is all there from what I could see. Good luck if you are interested.
  3. do you have any door bottoms for 48-50 dodge pickups?

    Contact me at fernwood48@gmail.com with what you have and a price



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    Does anyone still make the dual intake for the 25 inch 251 cubic inch chrysler engines?
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    Rolled A pillar?

    Well at least you have a column. Mine are gone the last 5 inches. Any suggestions on replacements?
  6. interesting radiator shroud, haven't seen one before
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    251 intake

    Anyone have a dual intake for 251 Chrysler they would like to part with or a single that I can have made into a dual? thanks Lee
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    I asked about the horns. He wants 50 plus shipping if anyone wants them. Lee
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    Unbelievable ??

    Well where is it? I'd go for it if it ain't too fer and the price is right.
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    Thanks guys I'll pass along your info. Lee
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    Can anyone give me an estimate of the value of a 1961 Savoy 4 door sedan, miles on Odometer are 42,000 but has a rebuilt engine so probably 142000. Only body damage I see is a rust bubble on right rear corner where brake light panel is connected to fender. There are no other blemishes on the car and it has it's original interior in excellent shape. I didn't check the engine but believe it is a slant 6 with 3 speed manual tranny. This car belongs to a little old lady, seriously, and her husband recently passed on. She wants to know about what to ask for it so she can put it up for sale. Thanks Lee
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    refurbing headlight mount

    What about replacement screws or springs any source recommended? Lee
  13. tinlizzy

    Check out the price of gas

    My father ran a Gulf station when I was a young'in and I had to work in it. Gas regular was 19.9 cents a gallon and the pump had the three little balls that ran around and around. Of course if you couldn't afford regular they had a thing they called Gulftane. It didn't have lead in it. Now we use this stuff like regular grade and they charge us more for not putting in the lead. Like the other gentleman said it is all a scam. I went with a truck driver to pick up a load for my dad once at the river depot. All grades and all kinds came out of the same barge. I saw three different brand trucks all pulled up to the same fill station. So much for one being better than another. Price here in Mount Carmel, Tn this morning on the way to work is $3.45 for 87 octane. If Obama had allowed the pipe line in from Canada I bet the price per barrel would have really taken a nose dive but it's all about greed and who can make the most for the least.
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    Some things not quite right here

    also stated no rust but the right front appears to be a very poor bondo patch or something. Car doesn't look bad but no tell'n what your gettin on this one. Buyer beware.

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