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pre61-list Digest Sun, 09 Apr 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 049

In This Issue:
Re: Por-15 question.
Re: Por 15
52 F-1 6 volt to 12 volt
Re: "Ford" sticker for Tailgate
Re: 52 F-1 6 volt to 12 volt
51 F1 pickup
Re: 51 F1 pickup
Re: 52 F-1 6 volt to 12 volt
Re: Flooring (52 F4ŭaily driver˙ood tires)

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Date: Sat, 08 Apr 2000 22:02:15 -0700
From: "Ray Cardogno" angelfire.com>
Subject: Re: Por-15 question.

I love it. Brushed or sprayed. It's hard as nails. Does not make a good primer, but if you prime over it while it's still tacky you get great adhesion.


On Sat, 8 Apr 2000 14:30:01 Meats56 wrote:
>I am getting into the body portion of my 56 street rod. Has anyone used the
>Por-15? If so how does it compare to the DP48 epoxy primer. I plan on using
>it (if I get some good feedback) on the underneath of my fenders and on the
>inner part of my doors. Do you brush or spray? If sprayed does it need to be
>reduced? Does it act as a primer or can you prime over it with a scratch
>filler like PPG K-36? All my body (truck) LOL parts have been dipped and are
>bare metal. Is it necessary to buy all the extra's or can I just use the
>black Por-15?
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>Thanks for any info,
>Meat....( Bill Ireland)
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From: BOBWOOD536aol.com
Date: Sun, 9 Apr 2000 05:29:11 EDT
Subject: Re: Por 15

Bill,
When I had my Scout and was on the Scout digest, a couple of guys had used
por 15. And they all liked it,one of the guys had got a little wild with the
paint brush and when he tried to remove it, it wouldn't come off, even with a
sand blaster. You can used it as a primer, though you don't want to use it on
exterior surfaces, it doesn't flow very smooth. Have you checked out their
web site? It's www.por15.com
Bob Wood

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From: ebrowdermail.firstva.com
Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2000 9:13:50 EDT
Subject: 52 F-1 6 volt to 12 volt


I have enjoyed this list for over a year!! I am very limited in my
knowledge of truck restoration....okay I can put in the gas and change oil.
Too much little league and sports in high school to help my Dad work on the
car.....now I regret it.
I have seen info in the past on converting 6 volt to 12 volt electrical.
Can anyone please direct me to article(s)on the subject or tell me what
needs to be done and what parts I will need to add. Thanks in advance.
We will be in Carlisle June 2nd etc at the All Fords and hope to meet
some of you in person.

All the Best,
Ed, 52 F-1



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From: HDMel95aol.com
Date: Sun, 9 Apr 2000 09:54:59 EDT
Subject: Re: "Ford" sticker for Tailgate

I found my stickers at So-Cal Ford. They had them in Black, White and
chrome. They also had the straight bar stickers. I think they still offer
them and they look great.
Mel
53 Effie
34 Roadster
34 5W
70 El Camino

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Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2000 08:07:59 -0700
From: hrdeluxe pacbell.net>
Subject: Re: 52 F-1 6 volt to 12 volt

Hi, this is Aaron Lasky, Publisher of Hot Rod DeLuxe magazine, a Petersen
("Hot Rod") Publication. We just ran an article on how to convert from
6-to-12 volt in the latest issue, by using parts from Radio Shack, and all
the part #'s are listed. It's low-buck, and does work.

BTW, I've recently purchased a '56 F100, stock 223 straight 6. Does anyone
know some of the basic tune-up specs, such as spark plug gap & timing
settings? I'm also wondering if anyone on the list has moved the gas tank
from behind the seat and installed a fuel-cell instead. That's what I'm
thinking about doing.

Thanks!

aaron
www.hrdeluxe.com

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>
> I have enjoyed this list for over a year!! I am very limited in my
> knowledge of truck restoration....okay I can put in the gas and change
oil.
> Too much little league and sports in high school to help my Dad work on
the
> car.....now I regret it.
> I have seen info in the past on converting 6 volt to 12 volt electrical.
> Can anyone please direct me to article(s)on the subject or tell me what
> needs to be done and what parts I will need to add. Thanks in advance.
> We will be in Carlisle June 2nd etc at the All Fords and hope to meet
> some of you in person.
>
> All the Best,
> Ed, 52 F-1
>
>
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Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2000 15:12:19 -0700
From: michael mcbride mediaone.net>
Subject: 51 F1 pickup

I am restoring a 51 F1 Ford pickup and I am trying to locate a grill
part. On the 51 Ford there are 3 produding bumps on the front grill
assembly that somewhat resemble 3 teeth. Does anyone out there have one
to spare that they would be willing to sell.
Mike from Bolton Ma.


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From: "fugate51" ford-trucks.com>
Subject: Re: 51 F1 pickup
Date: Sun, 9 Apr 2000 17:23:35 -0700

Mike,
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Subject: [pre61-list] 51 F1 pickup


> I am restoring a 51 F1 Ford pickup and I am trying to locate a grill
> part. On the 51 Ford there are 3 produding bumps on the front grill
> assembly that somewhat resemble 3 teeth. Does anyone out there have one
> to spare that they would be willing to sell.
> Mike from Bolton Ma.
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From: NACatinaol.com
Date: Sun, 9 Apr 2000 19:15:41 EDT
Subject: Re: 52 F-1 6 volt to 12 volt

Aaron,
As soon as I get back up to my house I have a great ref. book w/ all the
particulars. I'll get the info you need to you ASAP. Hopefully another FTE
will respond.
Nick

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Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2000 07:33:23 -0400
From: Francis Marchand draper.com>
Subject: Re: Flooring (52 F4ŭaily driver˙ood tires)

>From: NACatinaol.com
>Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2000 20:57:10 EDT
>Subject: Re: Flooring
>
>Hi Guys & Gals
>I'm at that point w/ my 52 F4 that I am considering floor carpets. The
truck
>will be a daily driver and I'm not looking for anything fancy.

Hey Nick,

Seeing that your F4 will be used for a daily driver, what sort of
tire/wheel combo did you end up with. The F4 was supplied with either 18
or 20 inch wheels. It's next to impossible to find 18" tires. Did you put
on newer wheels from a GM or Dodge M-500 chassis? Inquiring minds need do
know. As far as I can tell, this dilemma has never been solved on this board.

Have fun,

Fran

Regards,

Fran Marchand and his toys

1952 Ford F4 Dump Truck w/snow plow
1954 Ferguson TO-30 w/Wagner Loader (tractor)
1964 Corvair Monza Coupe (1st car I ever bought)
1965 Correct Craft Barracuda Super Sport (16' inboard boat)
1976 Porsche 912E
1978 Triumph Spitfire 1500 (3 tops)
1988 16' dual axle car trailer
1998 VW Jetta TDI (50 MPG!, 60,000 (s)miles)
1999 Chevy Astro Van LT
...and a garage to fit them all!!!


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