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About JerseyHarold

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    Zen Master, I breathe vintage mopar!

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    Freehold, NJ
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    Old cars in general, old Plymouths in particular
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    52 Plymouth Cambridge

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  1. Steering Arm ID

    I got this steering arm in a batch of Mopar parts several years ago. The only number I can find on it is '265095'. The tag remnant has an unreadable scribble on it. Any idea what it fits? Thanks in advance. Harold
  2. 52 plymouth under hood color scheme ?

    The 'non-black' '52's I've owned/seen had body-color firewalls and low-gloss black inner fenders and radiator support. At the other end of the car, the inside of the trunk lid, as well as the rest of the trunk interior, was dark green primer color. The cars built in Evansville had the inside of the trunk lid painted the body exterior color.
  3. Manuals etc.

    Motor's repair manuals (issued yearly and available from eBay and other sources) usually contain repair and maintenance information not found in factory service manuals. Might be worth a look.
  4. recognize these mopar wheels?

    Some Mopar wheels have the part number stamped near the valve stem. Might be worth a look.
  5. Radiator question

    Also check to see that the manifold heat riser isn't stuck closed.
  6. How to keep the mice away?

    I had a cat that would bring me 'presents' on occasion. I read somewhere that it's a sign of affection from the cat.
  7. someone call the paint police

    Good looking car. Haven't seen a Lancer like that in a long time. My college room-mate's girlfriend had one in the early 1970's. Black with a red interior....
  8. New here. Seized '53 Dodge flathead 6 motor

    My idea (just a theory, really) for unseizing an engine is to connect a coolant heater into a radiator hose and let it warm the coolant for a few days. The expansion and then contraction of the block may free things up. Again, just a theory.....
  9. Look what I found!

    The black bar on the left is the air cleaner 'steadying' bracket.
  10. My son has started our Scarebird conversation

    If I have a saved photo I want to upload, I first make a copy, then open it with 'Paint'. Paint allows you to easily resize the image; use the resized image for uploading. HTH.
  11. 1946-48 Interior Cabin Colors

    The trunk lids of Evansville-built Plymouths were body color inside and out (at least the P23's...)
  12. oil price

    I buy oil and filters at Pep Boys when they run a coupon rebate special of 5 quarts of oil and a filter for $9.99-12.99 (prices vary). The oil choices are usually Pennzoil, Quaker State, or Castrol. It's an online rebate so no paperwork to fiddle with. Been doing this for many years.
  13. Seller doesn't seem to know he has a Town Sedan....... https://newyork.craigslist.org/wch/cto/d/1948-dodge-deluxe-sedan-fluid/6220270115.html
  14. First Experience With Scarebird

    I recall reading that legally you're entitled to a refund if the seller can't ship a mail order item within 30 days.
  15. New to the Forum

    A car magazine once ran a feature article on a customized '51 Belvedere with a 1950 dash, so I guess it can be made to work.
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