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not the easiest
task with only one person
Fantastic car, congrats!
Is that the original tank? Looks like a new piece it's in such nice shape!
no, that's replacement getting ready for installation and here's pix of the job done.
pleasant surprise 3:23 sure grip axle
Congrats on the purchase. That’s an awesome car. Glad to hear your keeping it original. Kim
some updated pix, still working on it, pix of original thermostat, unusual looking
for a build date 3/15/65
I spy a mini-starter,lol
yeah, was on there when i got the car
Nothing wrong with the mini starter. ;) With the originality of the car maybe try and find a date coded OEM starter just to have.
Nothing wrong with it just . lol.
2 out of 3 cars here have them lol
well today I took the car for a 10 mile drive, engine runs strong but the clutch is a PITA starting out. I've already purchased a new one but I'm not looking forward to that job. I also wanted to mention. I had my original radiator rebuilt and improved. They put bigger cores/fins which resulted in a 25% increase in cooling capabilities. They used my top and bottom tank so looks perfect. The cost was more than reasonable and great person to deal with. He does anything.
So Nice (LEAVE IT ALONE!!! ) this is a sweet ride
I'm still and over not jumping on this car.
He who hesitates, ...
Here's a pix of the radiator, I 've got an appointment to have the clutch put in this Friday, I just couldn't bring myself to do the change, at 72 years old, I've lost all arm strength and I don't think the transmission has lost any weight.
New clutch is in and it brings back memories driving a 3 spd on the column. My first experience was my uncle's 50 Studebaker which my cousin and i beat the crap out of it
speed shifting in the back field. also took the liberty of installing a should