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Old 08-03-2020, 06:57 PM   #1
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Default '33 Sedan Delivery, what goes here ?

I am doing the heavy metal work on the body and want to find out what the holes at the ends of the rear drip rail are for.
Were there screws in those holes ?
Retainers for rubber ?
Any info is appreciated.
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Old 08-04-2020, 07:01 AM   #2
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Is this the area you are speaking of??? It doesn't appear to have anything there??? OR is this the top insert opening?? IF its the insert opening< I don't recall anything there on our 35 Delivery (IF the construction in 35 was like 33-34).
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I should have kept that 33 SD....darn
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I should have kept that 33 SD....darn
I should have "bought" that from you!!! I drooled and dreamed about that one for the whole time you had it for sale. Obviously, I stole a picture of it!!!

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OR could it be the rear door opening???? Not sure this angle helps either but worth a shot!!!
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Rock, I see your avatar photo is at Pebble. Did we ever meet when you came over?
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Rock, I see your avatar photo is at Pebble. Did we ever meet when you came over?
Not that I am aware of Unless you were there the day of the show and we talked about the car, If you did I don;t remember an introduction? Sorry!! I don;t know your real name??

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Old 08-04-2020, 07:56 PM   #8
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My car has the same drip rail. At each end there is a hole about 1/2 inch from the end. I had a '36 sedan delivery and it never had them.
I am thinking they are screw holes to secure the ends of the rail to the body.
I am going to TIG them up.
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