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Makes a guy feel pretty old when "vintage" was when he was getting ready to turn 40.
1946 lathe, Monkey Wards I think. Old locking plyers go back to the 40's that were my grandfather's.
Am I right in thinking that the engine compartment should match the body color. My 64 NY'r did.
Sounds like a plan, thx.
Good enough but it is not my favorite.
I think he had a hot wire fire and pulled dash for a work-around. He says it runs and the 440 was fresh when he got it upon his brother's death 2...
What do you think? Think I should try to by this at under $5K? Runs & drive but had dash burn-out.
Just used Mother's Plastic Polish and it gave mine a quick improvement.... if it lasts.
I got a kick out of 1987 being vintage. Monkey Wards (Logan?) lathe from late 40's maybe early 50's. Not pictured but hanging on the wall above...
Thanks. My 64 was offered by a local guy who bought it for parts but did not have the heart to carve it up this solid survivor. He rebuilt the...
Just picked this up last week. Looked silver until rubbed out.
Retired owner of A body & C body
Location: Fremont, IN