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Installing Kill Switch

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I'm about to install a kill switch in my '37 as well as charging lugs. They will be mounted close to each other in the trunk. Most kill switches I've seen put the switch in the positive lead, but I'm wondering if the negative lead might be better? In an accident, if the back of the kill switch touches the body, when in the positive lead, it will short out the system, where if the switch is in the negative lead, nothing would hurt if it touches the body. I guess in the end the charging lugs c...

Wiring A 1936 Chevy Coupe

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Wiring A 1936 Chevy Coupe Progress continues. Installing a new wiring harness. Also ordered a new fuel cell and new dash insert. Trying to spend an hour or two on it each day. ...

Searching for my Dads T Bucket

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Hello. My name is Zack Methvin of Longview, Texas. I desperately need your help in searching for my Dad's scratch built 1923 T-bucket roadster that he built in the mid 70's when we lived in Jackson, MS. I have been searching for this car for over 10 years and would love to get it back.



After completing the car in 1979, Dad sold it to a man who at the time owned North Jackson Honda-Yamaha in Jackson, MS where it remained until approx. 1989. The car then sold again to a another local area...

Supporting Vendor American Auto Wire 1

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Supporting Vendor American Auto Wire offers Complete Wiring System Solutions for Classic Automobiles
American Autowire manufactures the industry’s best OEM restoration, modified restoration, and universal wiring systems. Our American-made products make wiring easy!

Whether you are working on a totally stock restoration, a resto-mod where you are adding aftermarket power accessories, or a completely custom street rod…American Autowire has a solution for your vehicle!

We offer a wide variet...

Supporting Vendor Absolute Sheet Metal

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Supporting Vendor Absolute Sheet Metal. Please visit their site today. Great folks and great products. Willie Moore StreetRodding.com

http://www.absolutesheetmetal.com/...

Kalamazoo show NSRA

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Started out with a little rain but left before noon and was in the 70's . Pics I took in the morning going to my booth at JJ'S Rods ...

Supporting Vendor Vintage Air

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The Inventors Of Performance Air Conditioning…
Vintage Air is owned and operated by experienced street rodders who have been involved in the sport for over thirty years. We offer you the most comprehensive line of high performance air conditioning components available. Every Vintage Air product incorporates the very latest technology available and offers you the greatest efficiency and reliability available. Our goal is to help you cool your specialty vehicle in a more informed way with parts s...

Drill A Manifod

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Anyone ever drill an aluminum intake and pipe thread tap it for a heater hose port? Advice?...

Supporting Vendor Cool Craft

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Please visit our supporting vendor Supporting Vendor Cool Craft. They have added many new parts to their catalog and always willing to answer any questions. Thanks Willie Moore StreetRodding.com ...

Will check out the post

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I believe the post about the 40 Ford alignment has a virus in it.

Advise you delete the whole entry before members start getting it also in their computers.

have a great day,
Mike...

LED's and Cruise Control

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After a friend told me my '48 Ford's brake lights were hard to see, I replaced the 1157 bulbs with taillight lenses that have 40 LED's embedded in each lens and plug into the 1157 socket. I've got really bright tail and brake lights now,but the cruise stopped working. I've Googled the issue and found that I probably need to install a resistor so the cruise is fooled into thinking the old 1157 bulbs are there. Has anyone tried this and does it work? The car has a Rostra Ultra Cruise II....

Supporting Vendor American Auto Wire

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American Auto Wire Location:150 Heller Pl, Bellmawr, NJ 08031, New Jersey Phone: 1-800-482-9473
Complete Wiring System Solutions for the Classic Automobiles. American Autowire manufactures the industry’s best OEM restoration, modified restoration, and universal wiring systems. American-made products make wiring easy!

Whether you are working on a totally stock restoration, a resto-mod where you are adding aftermarket power accessories, or a completely custom street rod American Autowire has ...

From Vac to 12V Wiper System

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I got caught in the rain again with my 57 Ford a couple of weeks ago. I use Rainex, but there is still nothing like having good wipers when those big fat raindrops are coming down. My vacuum wipers work, but they are still lees than adequate. I can't see spending $110 on another vacuum wiper motor, just to end up with the same thing. The vacuum assist on the fuel pump, to me does very little. So I ordered the kit to convert the system over to 12V.

I have the switch installed, and the...

Filling in hood two piece seram

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I have only chance of doing it right the first time. I know as soon as heat is applied, it will warp, this is what I am hearing. I am thinking about auto body epoxy to fill the strip between the two hood pieces. Any thoughts, or how to weld it without it warping? Thanks for any info. Stan...

47 Ford Coupe

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I'm in the process of repainting my 47 Ford coupe. My old trunk lid is beyond repair. I think a 41 - 48 Ford coupe fits or a Mercury will work. Can you guys help me find one? I have been chasing down all leads I get and so far found a lot of Sedans. Even found a 46 Ford Tudor sedan with a factory flathead 6 cyl. in it. I think they are kind of rare. But if you guys could help me out would be great... ...

The Swedes 1959 Chevy Limo Frame

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The Swedes 1959 Chevy Limo Frame. The swedes are working hard to get the 59 Chevy Airport limo up and running. Here is the frame. Looks great!!!!...

46 Plymouth Special Deluxe Coupe

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Haven't had a lot of time to work on it, but finally got it one color! Going to take the 4-link out and put leak springs back on it. Going to be a cruiser not a dragster. Also, gotten some comments about keeping it Mopar. So, I'm letting everyone know, it will stay Mopar!! Peace!...

Import Question

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Hey all, I'm looking to import from the Netherlands to the USA for either a street rod or a hot rod, still undecided. Has anyone tried doing the same, and could they tell me how it went and with what company? Thanks!!...

Exhaust Advice Needed 1

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I have a hole about the size of a quarter in one of the mufflers on my Skyliner. I went to an out of town auction a few weeks ago, in Marietta, and of course the ride home was getting a little louder as I got nearer to home. This car has the exhaust that runs through the x-frame. Waldorn has a nice system, and they have optional muffler tones. Waldron wants $120 to send it to me from Michigan to Ohio, so the system already is kinda pricey, and in my mind, that puts it over the top.

C...

LOUISVILLE 2018

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I hope all is going well with everybody and hope to see ya at the N.S.R.A. show in Louisville,KY. I will be working registration on Wednesday volunteering in the morning . I have a booth in the building next to Mc Milian Rod that does all the stainless trim pieces custom made for interior trim and exterior and bumpers for cars and trucks . Oh and they do a excellent work !. My booth number is 507- 8 Hope to see ya and I have extra chairs to rest your dogs in (feet) !...

Drain Plug Issues

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Drain Plug Issues. So I noticed a spot of oil under a classic car that I just bought. Looks to be the drain plug leaking. Man I bought the car from said the gasket was bad on the drain plug. I put the car on the rack and started to remove the drain plug. The drain plug as hand tight. And yes the gasket was Missing. No Gasket at all.

I just do not understand how the drain plug was only hand tight. Could have been a major issue. So I replaced the gasket and here is a novel idea use a wrench t...

oldguy1247

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roadster only have had the car about a month...

46 Plymouth P15 Special Deluxe Coupe

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Brought a 1946 Plymouth Special Deluxe Coupe. Looking for any information on buying parts to build a street rod. Any websites?? Any builder's advice?? Thanks...

What a change

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What a change some great work done here. ...

Door Glass Runner

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The gentleman that passed away, and restored my car did a fairly good job, but now I'm doing some things to the car I want to change, and some maintenance items. The front door glass runners need replaced. Get this, he pulled the venta-payne assemblies before repaint, and replaced the belt line whiskers, venta-payne seals, and the rear window quarter seals. Why he didn't replace the front glass runners while he had that all apart is a mystery to me.

At any rate, I have the unit out, and my fa...

Scammers at it again

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Scammers at it again Here is an email that was sent to a member today. If you get any emails from this Jerk Off please delete. From time to time they try fishing here at StreetRodding.com. Please read the email and you will notice right away all scammer emails read the same.

Willie Moore

alexjones2930@gmail.com Scammers email address

Hello,

Thanks for the mail. I want you to know that I am okay with the price $400. I would like you to ignore other offers and hold it for me, I will se...

New rubber boot to cover bracket

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Do you have this metal bracket (picture one) mounted to your steering column ? Well I have a RUBBER BOOT cover that will hide that on inside or outside of the firewall ,plus it will stop the hot air ,dust, and the THERMO heat coming up the column . The rubber boot absolves it . (picture two) Now it looks finished off and easy installation. Picture three shows a cutaway of the rubber boot !...


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