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Larry59

01-30-2008 19:26:38




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JB weld... then sand down the cracks and paint it.... sounds interesting. Did know if that JB would stick and hold.




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Jim W.

01-30-2008 19:34:57




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 Re: Jim.. hummmm in reply to Larry59, 01-30-2008 19:26:38  
Never had one come apart yet, but we never left one out in the weather after it was restored.



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Larry59

01-30-2008 19:49:31




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 here is pic of dash JIM in reply to Jim W., 01-30-2008 19:34:57  
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Here is pic of my dash. 1959 case 311-b



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J Heitkemper

02-01-2008 18:18:03




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 Re: here is pic of dash JIM in reply to Larry59, 01-30-2008 19:49:31  
We had a 57 round nose 300 when I was a kid , Wished i still had it..... ..... Looks like You own a early run 58 model with a square nose , using old run 56 , 57 dash with a sheetmetal factory miracle to make it work ,. Have You ever looked at single headlite 57 v double headlite 58 Mercurys and Desoto ect.of that era ?



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Jim W.

01-30-2008 19:52:32




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 Re: here is pic of dash JIM in reply to Larry59, 01-30-2008 19:49:31  
That is what we had, but it didn't work. You won't like to price to get that refurbished if it goes bad. What are you talking about, that steering wheel is in good shape compared to the ones I have fixed in the past.



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Larry59

01-30-2008 19:56:21




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 JIM in reply to Jim W., 01-30-2008 19:52:32  
Well I think I will give your plan of action on wheel a try as soon as we get better weather. Are you expecting much of this snow coming? Where I am at is 4 to 6 inches they say bye friday. Seen a man on here that fixs dashs like this. But cost to get is like 550.00 and I don't have that much laying around right now. Might later!



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JGarner

02-01-2008 13:03:35




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 Re: JIM in reply to Larry59, 01-30-2008 19:56:21  
Got mine like this from Roger Hornbaker. Paid a lot less than that a year or so ago with my old one in exchange, but he could have gone up. If the guy you saw was not Roger, his email address is: rogershornbaker@ yahoo.com Think his handle on YT is rustyknuckles or something like that. He's a real nice guy, but these old dashes are hard to get parts for and very time consuming work in defense of the amount you saw. This is a Stewart Warner dash and the individual gauges may still be available from Case but I can bet you will pay them more than $550 for all new gauges since it looks like that may be what you need if you try to do-it-yourself. The old Abe emblem in the center of the main panel is going to be the hard part.

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Larry59

02-01-2008 17:32:27




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 Re: JIM Stewart warner dash ?? in reply to JGarner, 02-01-2008 13:03:35  
Interesting.. did not know that was called that.
Right now I can not afford to buy a 550 dash from the man. But I am sure they are worth it. Perhaps later if things stop happening around me that is costing me money every time I turn around. Thank



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