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    1940 Windsor Coupe Triple Carb Manifolds-Which carbs to use?

    Bump.... Am I the last person to comment?
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    1940 Windsor Coupe Triple Carb Manifolds-Which carbs to use?

    Thank you for putting time into this. I admire the fact that more people are getting into Flathead six performance enhancements. I will definitely follow you on your topic here.
  3. Hello all, Despite my efforts to be kind and not trouble my nosey neighbor, he constantly calls the sheriff on us regarding our vehicles. He just stepped it up and has gotten code enforcement involved. He has driven out two home owners below us. And he has trespassed the neighbors property and dug roads into it with his tractor. Amoungst other things. Does anyone have any idea of what I can do to protect my family and hobby from this predator?
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    Who Is Actually Driving Their Vintage Mopars?

    I took my 10 year old and my three year old boys in my Plymouth today to a car show.. Both kids love this car!
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    My new car accessories, I love it!

    My poor dog would have a heart attack! Oh my...
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    Who Is Actually Driving Their Vintage Mopars?

    The early Hemi's are so very smooth and quiet. I love these engines! That's why I own a few.
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    Holy Crap That Was Fun!

    Those things are crazy fast. Don't let it get away from you....
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    Has anyone ever had to deal with a aggressive neighbor?

    Yeah, he is a really sound guy. I think that the Sheriff's tend to be very bright guys. I haven't meet one yet that wasn't super cool.
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    28 Chrysler 25" Engine tare down and rebuild

    Thank you Maok for sharing your experiences with us. I really enjoy older technologies.
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    Has anyone ever had to deal with a aggressive neighbor?

    Everyone calm down here.... Breathe... I am taking the necessary steps to avoid fines. After I get everything wrapped up, I will then decide on whether or not I want to be vigilant with this naughty neighbor. PS- this "neighbor" called the Sheriff on me, he was upset that I have one of my Kansas vehicles here... The Sheriff was not pleased. A big waste of time and a disservice. The Sheriff is a great guy, I am glad that I met him. He will help me if I ask for his wisdom in regards to how to handle the guy next door to me....
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    Changing jobs after 25years

    Money can always be made, but our time is very short and limited. Congratulations Flatie46! I am very happy for you. I too can be rehired with previous employers. You must be a very professional guy.
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    Who Is Actually Driving Their Vintage Mopars?

    I have a thread regarding this in the "off topic" part of the site.
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    What is this?

    Sounds like a good plan. Not to mention fun too!
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    Who Is Actually Driving Their Vintage Mopars?

    Being that I had to stop working on my 1937, because of code enforcement issues... I have been driving my 1969 Plymouth. Burned 1 tank of gas in the past week.
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    Who Is Actually Driving Their Vintage Mopars?

    Ahhh. A very clever way to save our hobby! Hehe
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    Who Is Actually Driving Their Vintage Mopars?

    Another reason I prefer the Droid! Every body I know with a iPhone has limited battery life and other issues...
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    Summer fall Plymouth trips

    If you see my friend Larry at the Plymouth Owners get together, tell him hi for me. Sounds like some fun... Building my business is taking away my fun for now. But perhaps in the near future, I will have no worries in funding my projects. Please post some pictures from your trip. As someday, I hope to do the same.
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    What is this?

    I will miss the BBQ because my engine went south. I will be spending the next few days replacing it. I love turning wrenches and need this for therapy. That is a neat VW project for sure. I have never owned one, but perhaps someday I will. I hope that you can get it on the road again, or find someone who can. Have fun at the BBQ!
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    Setting timing

    You are 100% right. But.... Only a few of us own a distributor machine. My biggest challenge is locating good points. New store bought points are junk. I have hoarded a few sets, but when I run out, I'm out. Never had any luck with Pertronics, so perhaps I can figure out another option, if needed...
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    Watching ebay pays off

    I scored a damaged but usable radiator cap/hood ornament last week for my 1937 Dodge 1.5 Ton truck. Hard to find! I will repair it and shine it up someday.
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    Setting timing

    Using a 12 Volt battery next to you, you can hook up your timing light to it, and it will work fine. I do it all the time. Once the pickup senses the spark, the light will flash. As far as the fine tuning goes, I always prefer the vacuum gauge method myself.
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    Has anyone ever had to deal with a aggressive neighbor?

    Latest news... Bought a Quonset Hut. Next step involves lots of trips to the planning department. If it's legal, the neighbor can just pucker up!!! LOL
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    Has anyone ever had to deal with a aggressive neighbor?

    Impressive big engine! How did they time it to run like that? Wow... My neighbor in Kansas has small hit and miss "single cylinder" to pump his oil well.
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    Plymouth P28 with Holley

    I wanna see a picture of it... Glass bowl sounds neat. I may have seen one before, but I never have put my hands on one.
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