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RichW

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  • My Project Cars
    1935 Plymouth and 1949 Plymouth

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  • Biography
    I enjoy working on old cars
  • Occupation
    Retired

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  • Location
    Kingston, NY
  • Interests
    Restoring cars

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  1. I need to replace the foam rubber seal that goes between the speaker box and the grill on a Model 803 radio. I was wondering if anyone found a suitable replacement material that I can use.
  2. Mark and Greg, Just a side note. Near the Maritime museum in Kingston there is also a trolley museum and a tour ship there that gives tours on the Hudson River. I don't know the price but I can find out if you're interested. I think the tours are 2 hrs long.
  3. There is a Plymouth Class 1928-1954. As Bob said, they line up near the grandstands. On average about 3-6 cars usually show up in the class.
  4. I need to replace the rear pinion oil seal in my 49 Plymouth but I'm having trouble removing the pinion nut. After removing the cotter pin I tried heating the nut and using a 1/2 inch breaker bar and after several attempts it still wouldn't come loose. Any suggestions?
  5. That's very interesting and I here I thought the head was original to the engine. I thank you all for your help.
  6. I was wondering if anyone knew what the pointer is supposed to indicate in the center of the head. The top head is from a 1935 PJ engine and the one below is from a 1936 P-2 engine.
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