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HarryS

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  1. Congrats on successful due diligence.
  2. I thought I saw a resemblance. Still a cool shot of what could happen when snapping seat covers.
  3. I agree that's definitely "the look".
  4. I'm thinking it may take a lot more voltage.
  5. YES! Happy and Better New Year to everyone.
  6. Here's a picture from their website: https://www.essingtonavenue.com/
  7. Another thing to consider for a little more speed would be a two speed rear. I had a '48 Diamond T that topped out at just over 50 mph. I found a vacuum operated two speed that got it up to about 58 mph. It also gives better gear spacing. Do you know if your five speed has OD?
  8. I like it. I see it has factory air.
  9. Merry Christmas and like everyone else looking forward to a better New Year.
  10. As much fun as it would be to drive it home you probably are making the right decision. New England is a super busy corridor and there is also weather to consider. Some years ago I bought a '61 B-68 from a towing company just off I 95 in VA. It was purchased in Upstate, NY and being driven to Fla. It had a vibration that kept getting worse which turned out to be a pinion bearing along with the water pump going out. The new owner never came back for it.
  11. I got it today. Good story with each one of the trucks. It's awesome!
  12. Good eye Vlad. I could never get past the tatoo.
  13. I went back and tried to study the car but keep getting distracted.
  14. The ATHS show is in Harrisonburg this coming June. Should be a good one.
  15. I agree on the hammer tone green. Looks great. As far as the headliner you should be able to make one from backer board like used for kick panels. It is a good idea also to use some sort of sound deadner before the headliner goes in. Love all the pictures.
  16. I'll take one. I'm not on FB, let me know where to send for.
  17. Mine is a 1960 non turbo. I had the same problem with the shuttes stuck open the temp gauge hardly registered. I checked for a thermostat and there is none. The housing is just a nipple for the radiator hose. I got the shutters to work and now run about 170 degrees. They never open only when you shut it off. I don't know if the low temp does any damage but they sure run better at temp.
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