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blue p15

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About blue p15

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  • Birthday 02/05/1951

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Titusville, FL
  • My Project Cars
    1947 p15 4dr
    1936 p2 4dr
    1938 chevy

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  • Location
    titusville, fl
  • Interests
    old cars

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  • Occupation
    retired pastor

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  1. We are still wrestling with the steering wheel on my '36 Plymouth. We found one of the recommended pullers, and cranked it as tight as two people could get it. We have heated it with a torch, chilled it with dust-off, and whacked it with a hammer. Next we drilled into the keyway about an inch-and-a-quarter, and then tried the puller again - all to no avail. That thing is not moving. We have had the puller so tight that it breaks the bottom of the steering wheel without results. There has to be something we are missing. Any suggestions?
  2. Sam, that looks great! How did you fasten the leds to the ornament?
  3. I'm still wrestling to get the steering wheel off my '36 P2. I don't want to get anymore aggressive (heat, etc) until I know I can find another wheel if this one gets damaged. Anybody have one hanging in the garage?
  4. Woodrow, mine is the original color. It had a repaint in the 70s, but the cowl and inside the door openings is original.
  5. I also have an aluminum radiator. I need to get it painted so it doesn't stick out "like a sore thumb". I have a pusher fan and the original horns.
  6. Andydodge, I would love to see the picture. If it won't post here, send it to dougkrassow@ymail.com Thanks!!
  7. What is the secret for removing the steering wheel on my 1936 P2?
  8. You have electric wipesr for a P15? Tell me about them. I might want to take one of them off your shelf for you!
  9. I have a pair of fender skirts in great condition, but I have no idea what they belong to. If you can help me identify them, I would greatly appreciate it!!
  10. Hi Daniel. There is a parts car in a junk yard not too far from me. I'm in Florida, so it might be too far from you. I know there are companies who would transport the car to you (for a price!). Just an option. Let me know if you want me to check on the car for you.
  11. Makes sense, Plymouthy Adams. Thanks!
  12. Thanks, Don. Does it need to be a high pressure hose? Or will a section of regular hose work the same?
  13. Hi guys. I was doing some work underneath my P15 and noticed that the short high pressure line at the fuel pump is hooked up to the inlet side. Is this right? I would expect it to be on the outlet side. Am I missing something here? Thanks in advance for your usual good advise!!
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