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Worden18

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Worden18 last won the day on June 18

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About Worden18

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    Zen Master, I breathe vintage mopar!

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    Male
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    Minnesota
  • Interests
    Working on and driving vintage Dodges
  • My Project Cars
    1951 Dodge Meadowbrook<br />
    1968 Dodge D-700 3 ton
    1948 Dodge B-1-D

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    U.S. Navy, Desert Storm Veteran
  • Occupation
    machinist

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    Houston MN
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    Old cars and trucks

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  1. My truck is going to be part of that lineup next year😁
  2. Thanks for posting Keith, and for keeping that beautiful Chrysler alive πŸ‘
  3. This is the mess I've made so far πŸ˜„
  4. Man that sucks! I'd run that plate anyway and just keep the other plate in the glove box or under the seat or something. That's just me though, I like to break the rules. Especially if the rules are stupid 😁
  5. Not sure which forum member owns this route van, but it was friggin' sweet!
  6. Me and the family made it. I didn't drive the Meadowbrook or the B-1-D though. We sure had fun anyway! Best part was meeting ggdad1951, Merle, and youngEd. I got to take a close up look at their trucks and ask a lot of questions. so that really helped a lot in a few things that I need to fix on my truck. It was also nice to put faces to names. Their trucks are spectacular to say the least. Mine will never be that nice, but that's okay as long as it's mechanically sound. Wish I could have stayed longer but I found the guys toward the end of our run and the family was getting pretty tired towards the end.
  7. And the mailbox itself is baseball bat proof πŸ˜‚
  8. I'll definitely look for it!πŸ‘
  9. Okay, thanks Merle. I'll look into it.πŸ‘
  10. June 21-22: My son and I were messing around with the '48...till 1am! My son is 9, and he says "Dad, I've never been up this late before". I laughed and asked him to put on the next tune (from my ITunes to Bose speaker. Just happened to be Hotel California). My barn is an awesome workshop. Anyway, I did various things like jack up the front end and take the wheels off. Got stumped a bit there. As you can see in the picture, there's a "hubcap" , not a dust cover so to speak. My manual says to unscrew them. But with what? Diameter across the flats is 2 1/4 inches.
  11. Not yet. I think that's next on my list even before the tune up, meaning I'm hoping to be able to save what is already on the truck. If I need new wheel cylinders and everything else that goes with it, I might have to wait till a little bit. At least I'll get it diagnosed. Is it safe for me to take the wheels off? I'm worried about those split rims. Do I even dare put air in them if they are low? What dangers am I looking at in handling them? Is it only if someone tries to remove the tire from the rim itself? Also, are the driver's side lug nuts opposite threads?
  12. I need to start working on either shining up that oxidized paint, or trying to get down to the original paint. Yeah I know, that would be a hell of a project. I also have some ideas for distressed lettering for the doors that I know is going to be really awesome. I'll do it myself. πŸ˜‰
  13. My son wanted to put the license plate on, so I let him do that.
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