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Re: 1938 mod.B SN 8543

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06-01-2003 10:26:59

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my mag has the lip welded on the bottom.. so I guess it can be done...Terry

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06-01-2003 18:26:27

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 Re: Re: 1938 mod.B SN 8543 in reply to Terry, 06-01-2003 10:26:59  
Hi Rich, I do a lot of mag work, and the mags can be welded. I also use JB Weld which works quite well on the mags. As for Van Sickle paints, I've never seen any advertisements for it around here in Jersey. I have a 48' B, and I used Dupont Dulux Persian Orange #1 with their hardner and thinner. She came out real nice I thought. It's easier around these parts to get Dupont or Chromabase paints. If ya need any parts for your B, drop us a line or give us a call. We're located in Northern Jersey. Have a catalog dedicated just to AC if yer interested...
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits

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06-01-2003 22:59:32

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 Re: Re: Re: 1938 mod.B SN 8543 in reply to Steve in N.J., 06-01-2003 18:26:27  
Steve, Thanks! I'm down by Great Adventure off 195. When I was looking for paint for the Ford 8N
I went to a couple of body shop suppliers in Trenton. They were talking crazy numbers like 45$ a qt for DuPont Centari I said thanks but no thanks and went with the paint from a certain supplier in Iowa. Trouble is, I don't believe that the color is correct. It didn't match the original. I purposely left the front engine/rad mount in the original red for comparison. By the way, Whats a good primer? I usually use some milspec, Iron oxide stuff I got in a deal but that's drying up. You don't say where your are in No. Jersey. I do get up that way now and then. Maybe we can do some business. "Rich"

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06-02-2003 07:14:34

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 1938 mod.B SN 8543 in reply to Rich, NJ, 06-01-2003 22:59:32  
Our shop is in Oak Ridge. Jefferson Twp- about 10 minutes North of Dover. If your down by Great Adventure, you're about 1 1/2 hours from us. Keep us in mind if ya need anything!
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits www.chevy2performance.com

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Rich, NJ

06-01-2003 13:45:03

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 Re: Re: 1938 mod.B SN 8543 in reply to Terry, 06-01-2003 10:26:59  
I thought it was weldable. Thanks for the reply.
Funny how I was cranking it two days ago and I saw something fall out of the corner of my eye. I bent over and picked it up and lows and beholds, it was the bottom part of the mag slot. Nothing hit it. It just gave out and fell. Thanks again, Rich

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