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Young Ed

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Young Ed last won the day on September 20 2020

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    Zen Master, I breathe vintage mopar!

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    Have a wife and 2 sons a daughter and 4 old mopars. What more can anyone ask for?

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    Mounds View MN
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    40 Plymouth PT105 1/2ton, 46 Dodge WC 1/2 ton, 47 WC 1/2ton, 48 Plymouth club coupe, 64 Belvedere station wagon

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    Minneapolis MN: 46 dodge 1/2 ton,48 & 51 ply club coupes
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    old cars

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  1. The couple military flatheads I've seen were actually 24v. Dad had one probably 25 years ago and gave all the electrics away to some one with another army truck
  2. Nick are these the two pieces that sandwich with the actual horns? There's also the little front brace that holds the horn relay on the early p15s
  3. The intake to exhaust manifold connection is through bolts on the 25" flatheads and blind holes on the 23"s. So the differences you're stating might mimic the factory intakes. I know my fenton intake for the 23" has blind holes.
  4. I've heard of the mechanical fuel pumps being a source of a knocking type noise. I think before I started tearing the engine apart I'd pull the fuel pump and run it off a temporary fuel source.
  5. Did you ruin my surprise by posting a pic of the 1941 grill bars I've been hunting for?
  6. You need to up your game to get those nuts loose. Trade that WD40 for liquid wrench, PB blaster, or one of the other penetrating sprays.
  7. Put a wrench on the 2 flats. I think it's a 9/16
  8. Finally got some toys out of storage. That's the one major downfall to off-site storage-gotta remove at a set time and not earlier if you have a nice spring. Other years I've removed it and still had weeks of snow afterwards. Both the 46 WC and the 64 belvedere started great. Hooked up the batteries 2-4 cycles of cranking and vrooooom
  9. The 1/2 ton would have 16s and the 3/4 oddly came with 15s. I have stock 16s on mine but am considering 15s when I get new tires. I love the way it looks but driving it seems top heavy
  10. Yup I'll be doing my first drives come Wednesday when I pick them up from storage
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