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Re: 1954 Ford NAA

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10-31-2012 17:30:21

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You did well!. If it turns over, the tin is good and the tires are OK you got a real bargain.
You won't know about casting cracks until you get it running. At this point I wouldn't worry about it. I'd clean up the electrical connections, install new points, plugs, plug wire, condenser, rotor and cap, drain the gas, clean the screens, and put in a new battery and see what happens. You could even just try the battery, you might get luckly

If it starts, great. If not post post back and we can help!

I get my tractors home on a U-haul car carrier. Don't tell them it for a tractor, they won't rent it to you. Tell them is for a 1954 Ford. If they ask, its a Custom.

Keep us posted. Picture always welcomed - we love pictures.

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10-31-2012 18:28:56

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 Re: 1954 Ford NAA in reply to Kurt-NEPA, 10-31-2012 17:30:21  

I stopped and looked at a U Haul car trailer today, I heard they had ramps instead of a floor.

Will the NAA fit in the channels?

It doesn't look like it would be wide enough.

If you've tried it let me know, it'll make life alot easier.


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