blue p15

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About blue p15

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    Titusville, FL
  • My Project Cars
    1947 p15
    1936 p2
    1938 chevy

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    retired pastor

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  1. I agree with flatie6. Stick around and enjoy the fellowship. I wish you the best.
  2. I took the grill emblem off of my '47 to do some repair work to the nose. Was any part of this emblem originally painted? If so, now would be the ideal time to paint it.
  3. I have been having a lot of trouble lately with vapor lock on my P15. Mine does not have the heat shield on the manifold. I guess it was taken off at some point in the past. Does anyone have a picture of how it is supposed to attach? Thanks for your help!
  4. Congratulations on a great trip! looking forward to more pictures!
  5. Beautiful cars! I would love to see more pictures!
  6. Great pictures! Thanks for sharing them with us.
  7. This lenses are very difficult to remove. The procedure is the same as RalphD25cpe's DeSoto .Make sure you have a box with a couple of towels in it to catch the lens "just in case"!
  8. young ed, I would sure be interested in knowing how your swap turns out! Does your p15 have a radio? That can be an issue with some of the aftermarket wiper motors.
  9. I am considering replacing the vacuum wiper motor on my p15 with an electric. I know there are later years that have electric wipers Are there any years that would be a direct replacement? Thanks in advance for your input
  10. Do you have any pictures?
  11. rb1949, that sounds interesting. Where did you get it?
  12. Looks like you really did a good job! Keep us in the loop and let us know how they work out.
  13. Thanks, Jeff!
  14. I had the starter out of my p15. Do I need to put any grease on the gear before I put it back in the car? Thanks for you input
  15. Oldguy48, it shows 5 volts across the solenoid terminals with the ignition off. Almost none when cranking.