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Old 08-12-2019, 08:24 AM   #41
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I think the addition of Ford bolts complements your existing business perfectly.

Folks you really need to check out Third Gen Automotive for all of your early Ford parts needs. The service is the best, prices are great, knowledge is off the charts. Support Michael and Jane at Third Gen Automotive. Their contribution to our hobby is invaluable.

Congratulations and best of luck Michael and Jane.
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Old 08-12-2019, 08:31 AM   #42
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Best of luck Michael. You and your family are working hard to keep the spirit of the early Ford V-8 alive and on the road. Onward!
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Congratulations Michael! As this thread demonstrates, you have, and will continue to have, broad support across the hobby.
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This is wonderful news! Can’t wait!

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Old 08-12-2019, 09:18 AM   #45
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Congrats, Michael. Best wishes for great success! Thank you very much. dw
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Good show !! Obviously a popular and needed endeavor.

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Old 08-12-2019, 11:18 AM   #47
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Any interest in interior kits? Had to ask;-)
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Great News ! AGREE with all the above (plusses sp! ) kerk
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Along with post #40, cad plating is done by most of the older propeller overhaul repair stations. There are so many parts that were originally cadmium plated that most all of them do it. The only problem is that many only use type II cadmium processes which has more of a gold finish than the type 1 silver finish. There is bound to be an outfit somewhere in Tennessee that can do the work you need though.
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Best Of Luck Michael !!
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Thanks Michael!!
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Wow, this is great news! Roy was a treasure and I'm so happy to see his dream live on. Thank you Sir.
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Old 08-12-2019, 02:26 PM   #53
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Thank you Micheal, this is a big deal for all of us!
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All of that goes for me as well!
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Great job Michael, I look forward to supporting you in this new venture and keenly anticipate the grand opening in October. Cheers, Meric Hoffman, (NZ)
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Old 08-12-2019, 05:51 PM   #56
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Along with post #40, cad plating is done by most of the older propeller overhaul repair stations. There are so many parts that were originally cadmium plated that most all of them do it. The only problem is that many only use type II cadmium processes which has more of a gold finish than the type 1 silver finish. There is bound to be an outfit somewhere in Tennessee that can do the work you need though.
Is there black cadmium plating? All of the bolts I've ever bought from Roy were a satin black color.
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Old 08-12-2019, 06:33 PM   #57
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That's what Ford designated as its S-2 finish, namely black oxide with an oil coating. The cadmium plating fasteners that Roy offered were plated with so-called white cadmium, the same as Ford used during the period. It was used originally for intake manifold and water pump bolts and washers, body to frame fasteners, glove box fasteners, etc.
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The best of luck to you Michael, hope all goes well.
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Michael,
There isn't a better person than you to take this on.
Best wishes to you and Jane.
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Good for you, Michael. Best of luck to you!
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