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Old 10-27-2020, 10:24 AM   #41
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Looks great, Michael. Every time I see stuff like this, it makes me regret not becoming a machinist.
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Old 10-27-2020, 10:43 PM   #42
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Michael -Get a small twist drill and rotating it between your fingers bore a hole through the base of your thumb nail above the darkest area . Stop when you get blood . It will allow the blood and pressure to escape from your subungal haematoma and hopefully save your nail -Karl
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Old 10-28-2020, 01:10 AM   #43
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Michael -Get a small twist drill and rotating it between your fingers bore a hole through the base of your thumb nail above the darkest area . Stop when you get blood . It will allow the blood and pressure to escape from your subungal haematoma and hopefully save your nail -Karl
You get EXTRA points for putting that drill in the drill press and doin' it like a "man"! DD
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Old 10-28-2020, 02:55 AM   #44
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Hot out of the foundry (well warm maybe), 1935-36 Coupe/Roadster/Cabriolet trunk hinges. Made in USA (Oregon specifically). 304 stainless unpolished. Can be polished, painted, or left as is.
damn those are nice. some really nice work being done here on these pages.
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Old 10-28-2020, 08:31 AM   #45
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Just had these made up. 41-48 Hood latch dowels. Made here in Tennessee out of stainless. The cupped washer and spring will be done soon... stainless as well. Pictured is next to a original (excuse my black thumb recently smashed by a hammer)
Man I had a heck of a time finding a good pin, cup, and spring a few years ago. My friend had one on a spare '42 hood he had stored. I wound up trading him for some '49 dash knobs.
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Old 11-05-2020, 06:11 PM   #46
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Iím sure he wonít mind; in a recent phone call with Mac Van Pelt he mentioned he made the tube that goes into the fuel pump stand. These have are machined on one end to fit into the block. We all have old fuel pump stands missing these tubes so this is a simple yet needed part. Contact VanPelt sales if you need one. Last photo is one I installed tonight next to a original.








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Old 11-05-2020, 11:34 PM   #47
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This week I had a itch to have some 35/36 car and 35-39 pickup headlamp nuts made. They are exact as original awaiting plating. Odd size thatís unavailable these days.


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You guys are killing me here! Such beautiful parts, and I'm guessing not for huge profits, but as a way to add in part to the legacy of our great vehicles.... And as for McMinville Tennessee, I just finished a complete resto of my powermatic model 66 tablesaw which was made there in 1978. Had to do it over last weekend because during the week I can't earn a dime without it.
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Old 11-05-2020, 11:48 PM   #48
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You guys are killing me here! Such beautiful parts, and I'm guessing not for huge profits, but as a way to add in part to the legacy of our great vehicles.... And as for McMinville Tennessee, I just finished a complete resto of my powermatic model 66 tablesaw which was made there in 1978. Had to do it over last weekend because during the week I can't earn a dime without it.
green with a white stripe? still my favorite saw.
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Old 11-06-2020, 05:38 AM   #50
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You guys are killing me here! Such beautiful parts, and I'm guessing not for huge profits, but as a way to add in part to the legacy of our great vehicles.... And as for McMinville Tennessee, I just finished a complete resto of my powermatic model 66 tablesaw which was made there in 1978. Had to do it over last weekend because during the week I can't earn a dime without it.
Yes that saw would have been made here. Powermatic has since moved. Interestingly in 1978 they were owned by Houdaille industries (same company related to the shocks on our early fords). I found a Houdaille industries sign at a local yard sell and never knew the connection to powermatic until recently
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Yes that saw would have been made here. Powermatic has since moved. Interestingly in 1978 they were owned by Houdaille industries (same company related to the shocks on our early fords). I found a Houdaille industries sign at a local yard sell and never knew the connection to powermatic until recently
i have a tennsmith 48" finger brake that i think was made there too.
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i have a tennsmith 48" finger brake that i think was made there too.
Yes Tennsmith is still located here. Founded by the same family that started Powermatic
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A new product i have recently made
Flathead V8 finned coolant pipes. [ Fits in between Radiator and heads ]
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Flathead V8 finned coolant pipes. [ Fits in between Radiator and heads ]
I would like to see a picture of these installed in a car....

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Those look nice, but what years are they for? They appear to be too short for '32-'36 and not curved enough for the later models. I would also like to see a set installed.
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Have some similar in my 39. Use an el and a straight piece of hose to connect to the radiator.
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so where are they for sale?
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These coolant pipes are available from our Old Time Speed distributor in Corsicana Texas USA . Phone Jerry Hopkins on 903 875 0557
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