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mikeintn

06-13-2015 19:15:48




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just got finished with my 36 WC, thought some may enjoy some pictures. Mike

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Aaron SEIA

06-21-2015 14:05:36




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
If you have the style with the spring loaded bail, there are reproductions. If you have the kind with the tabs, I think you are down to salvage yards and eBay.

AaronSEIA



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bwillett

06-21-2015 09:59:00




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
That is one beautiful WC.... Wish mine looked half that good. I do have a question for you, tho'. Where can I find the oil cup for the air cleaner? Mine has been missing since I bought it....



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mikeintn

06-21-2015 13:50:38




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to bwillett, 06-21-2015 09:59:00  
Sorry but I dont have a cup for one, I would try ebay you see them there sometime, or maybe the classifieds on this site, someone on here may have one, good luck.



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fixerupper

06-16-2015 20:34:25




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
You do very good work. You have a right to be proud.



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timmy curl

06-16-2015 05:05:04




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
Very nice job! You definitely invested a lot of time and money in that one, but it is beautiful. I have a 1938 that I would like to restore but short on time and it needs rear rims. Mine has no key or electrical system, was the key and amp meter in that location originally?



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mikeintn

06-16-2015 18:51:00




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to timmy curl, 06-16-2015 05:05:04  
Yes Timmy that would be the right location.



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old weldor

06-14-2015 15:31:26




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
Mike you do great work. What kind of paint did you use? I have a styled wc if it turns out half that good I'll be happy!



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mikeintn

06-14-2015 17:17:03




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to old weldor, 06-14-2015 15:31:26  
old weldor I used Omni Basecoat, good luck with yours.



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mikeintn

06-14-2015 05:56:19




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
Thanks for all the nice comments, and yes it was hand crank, I thought I liked it and even put it back together with it, started easy before, but wasnt thinking again, and after I rebuit the engine and put the bigger bore higher compression pistons in it, I didnt like the hand start anymore lol, I couldnt even start it, to hard for me so took it all back apart and changed it over, cranks easy now lol, and the muffler throw the hood ant right, just wanted a muffler.

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Aaron SEIA

06-14-2015 05:11:36




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
They didn't have starter option in 36. All it takes is a styled bell housing with the starter hole. Very sharp restoration.

AaronSEIA



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EricB

06-13-2015 21:46:56




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
Very Nice!! It never looked that good the day it rolled out of the factory! I really like the picture you took showing the upper past of the engine and the underside of the hood!



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Randy Shoe

06-13-2015 21:19:38




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
That's a restoration that anyone would be proud of. Nice.



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tractorguy2

06-13-2015 20:43:14




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
Very nice. I Didn't know WCs had a starter option in 36.



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paul from mi

06-13-2015 20:18:51




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
Great lookin' old WC.



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JoeM(GA)

06-13-2015 19:45:50




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 Re: WC finished pictures in reply to mikeintn, 06-13-2015 19:15:48  
very nice, you did good!



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