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Steve-L

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About Steve-L

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  • My Project Cars
    1938 Dodge RD-10
    1952 Dodge B-3-B - 108
    1959 International Metro
    1999 VW Camper

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    Been there done that
  • Occupation
    Retired

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  • Location
    Seattle area
  • Interests
    Keeping the fleet on the road

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  1. I found the oval head bumper bolts on epay. Bought some for my 38 bumper. They might work for you if that’s what you’re looking for. search for item # 283442608450
  2. Very cool project. I have a 38 RD that I’m planning on something similar for. I'm interested in what you plan on doing to the frame to support the, I’m guessing 400ish hp, Hemi engine. Are you going to use the frame as is? Box the whole frame? Or maybe just box the front half?
  3. This clever little prism solves the bending down to look up at the traffic light. Can be found on epay for about $20. That’s where I got the one I use. It works about 70% of the time for me, without my adjusting my viewing angle from the seat. Remember the traffic light used to hang in the center of the intersection, now a days there 2 or more lights hung over the lane across the intersection. So depending on that set back, you may or may not see the light in this prism.
  4. Both widow regulators no longer work and it seems they were replaced at least once before. I believe the post the window crank attached to should be square, not splined. I’m hoping someone has pictures of the proper ones or maybe part numbers that I can then use as a reference. thanks in advance. Steve
  5. I picked the green tint over the grey or clear options. And I agree about DOT label
  6. I ordered the quarter glass from The bob’s link above. Mostly because I was curious and it’s only money, you can’t take it with you and you can always get more. see pics, the new glass has red tape on it. pic1 new on top old on bottom pic2 comparing curve new on the inside of the old pic3 same as 2 but new is on the outside of the old pic4 you can see it’s a shade thicker, no I didn’t measure it. pic5 the dot label
  7. I just started reading this thread. Looked at the first set of pics. Is a fold away step mounted on the tailgate?
  8. Thanks for the link old cwo. Thanks Keven for hooking me up with a pair of quarter windows. The pic in the ad looks more like a long chevy window than the short dodge version. But it may just be a representation pic, not a pic of the actual dodge window. In any case, I dropped them an email I’m awaiting their response.
  9. Can’t save them all. Wondering if it has the 2 speed rear end?
  10. Does anyone have a link to a manufacturer that is making new quarter window glass? You know the curved corner window glass in custom cabs like the one pictured. As an alternative is anyone making Lexan replacements? Or are we all scrambling for replacements from an ever shrinking pool of 60+ year old replacements? I suspect the answer is no, no and yes in that order. Maybe I’ll stumble into a horde of NOS quarter window stock. But I think my chances of that are less than winning a lottery. I’ve probably committed a egregious error by posting this same question in another form, please forgive the laps in decorum.
  11. Does anyone have a link to a manufacturer that is making new quarter window glass? You know the curved corner window glass in custom cabs like the one pictured. As an alternative is anyone making Lexan replacements? Or are we all scrambling for replacements from an ever shrinking pool of 60+ year old replacements? I suspect the answer is no, no and yes in that order. Maybe I’ll stumble into a horde of NOS quarter window stock. But I think my chances of that are less than winning a lottery.
  12. I had the opportunity to visit a full custom fabrication shop and this was under construction. As stated above, blocked at ride height and the angled front top A arm for anti dive
  13. 💡 light turns on! The graphic was the key. Thank you.
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