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Bob Riding

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About Bob Riding

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    Senior Member, have way too much spare time on my hands

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Sanger, CA
  • Interests
    Vintage cars, wine making, fishing, camping,history, film, travel.
  • My Project Cars
    1940 Plymouth wagon
    1941 Plymouth wagon

    1952 Plymouth wagon

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  • Biography
    Grandfather, married 35 years (to the same woman), have 2 grown boys
  • Occupation
    Economic Development Specialist


  • Location
    Central California
  • Interests
    Old cars-have 6 Mopars (2 Dodge B1Bs), 5 Plymouths from '40-'51

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  1. New 6 Volt Dash Fan?

    I didn't realize they produced them...any preferred brands?
  2. New 6 Volt Dash Fan?

    Anyone know of a company that makes a new 6 volt dash fan? There are plenty of 12 volt versions -trucker fans-, but the only 6 volt versions I've seen are the old, open-rubber bladed versions or the metal ones in cages. I don't want pay the big $ that they want and then find out that the rubber is brittle, or the motor needs rewinding. Driving around the San Joaquin Valley in the summer without wind-wing vents makes the inside of the wagon rather toasty. The cowl vent helps, but I need a more active solution!
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  10. Show us your suburbans

    I have a '40, and '51 and a '52. The woodie is finished- the next project is the '52 for the wife to drive as a chase car for the woodie. It has a '51 nose, so I guess it'll be a hybrid '51/52. I seem to do that, as the woodie is a '40 metal body with a '41 wooden body.