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About junkers72

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    Tamaqua,Pa. U.S.A.
  • Interests
    old cars,good music, and playing with the family.
  • My Project Cars
    1941 plymouth 2 dr sedan,1947 plymouth club cpe.,1947 DeSoto 4 dr sedan,1963 chevy impala 2 dr.,1965 A100 van,1970 Charger

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    Born a car guy
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    Spending time with my wife and son, old cars, and trains

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  1. Hope you get it all ironed out soon. Happy motoring
  2. Pic #2 of your fuel pump appears that the pivot pin has walked out
  3. I grew up in Jim Thorpe. I believe the issue between the railroad and Jim Thorpe will be hashed out. And yes I’m refreshing the brakes and fuel system for this winter and planning to cruise it again come spring. It’s a 1947 DeSoto Deluxe 4 dr . Good running original engine and tip toe shift.
  4. For what it’s worth, I used HF 62960 Bearing puller attachment kit for my slide hammer to get those seals out of the axle tube. But this is part of the whole experience. Use what is available to You and make the best of it. You’re doing a great job .
  5. Driver’s side , top of frame rail near radiator . Under battery area accessible from top
  6. Bobby, do I see a collapsible steering shaft in this pic also? BTW I do like how you mounted your proportioning/combination valve
  7. Why do you want to smash it after all that work? Lol
  8. Not that this is a big help but I used 12 volt fan motor from a 1969 imperial rear window defogger . The motor fit exactly as the original. Removed the squirrel cage type fan from the Imperial fan motor and put original fan from my 41 Plymouth fan motor on. I believe NAPA parts catalog offers something very similar in 12 volt also.
  9. Check eBay item 323445138166
  10. My vote = buy it anyway. You know you want to
  11. I believe 1987-1996 is considered 1st generation Dodge Dakota as Mr Adams was referring “early Dakota “ would work better with the ‘51 frame
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