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Old 06-09-2021, 07:04 AM   #41
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Default Re: Newly acquired 32 coupe

Todd,
Just looked at your pictures in the album! I am a picture nut, I take and post way too many! Just realized how very very little I know about these cars! Dang I am way behind the curve as usual. Well the pedal placement thing will be interesting. What are your plans for the car? Full restoration or work on as needed and drive??
Your dash is nice!
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Chris
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Old 06-09-2021, 11:08 AM   #42
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Chris,
I have a set of original pedals 1932 en route and will be correcting the pedal placement issue soon. I have decided to use Richard Lacy's parts for the hydraulic conversion portion. I cleaned up a few minor electrical issues and now the car starts instantly. I have some wheel spacer rings and a few other small parts ordered. I plan on just giving the car a good cleaning and detailing and driving it as is.
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