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Adventurer 60
Posted 2015-07-30 1:57 PM (#485655 - in reply to #353311)
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Does anyone else has problems with posting pictures?
I do it same way as always, deleted cookies, used other prowser... No.

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Posted 2015-07-30 4:02 PM (#485667 - in reply to #353311)
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Jari, the server is somewhat limping after the last intreruption - more or less all have this problems - wait until Dave has been able to catch up and fix the problems......
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Posted 2015-08-02 2:05 PM (#485910 - in reply to #353311)
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pics from last monday. Hood and trunk lid has their first acrylic layer. Body has been sparyed several times and sanded straight between them.

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Adventurer 60
Posted 2015-08-02 2:16 PM (#485914 - in reply to #353311)
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Wednesday. Body has been sparyed once with acrylic, few spots fixed and whole car sanded again



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Adventurer 60
Posted 2015-08-02 2:26 PM (#485915 - in reply to #353311)
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In this stage we were after laser stright body or can I say after perfection. Whole car was now painted 3 times with black acrylic laquer.
There are now stuff to shrink and dry.
I'll be picking her up to my home garage next week.
This paint job is going to be renewed next year with coat of clear laquer when paint has totally settled and dried.
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Posted 2015-08-02 3:50 PM (#485918 - in reply to #353311)
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Great Jari, we'll follow the progress - this will be a fantastic car!
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Posted 2015-08-02 5:00 PM (#485929 - in reply to #353311)
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Your going to store the car under wraps for that long?

The longer you wait until the clear goes on, the more damage and dust contamination you risk

I would give it a day or 2 then clear it to seal it all up

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Posted 2015-08-03 4:08 AM (#485992 - in reply to #485929)
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ttotired - 2015-08-02 5:00 PM

Your going to store the car under wraps for that long?

The longer you wait until the clear goes on, the more damage and dust contamination you risk

I would give it a day or 2 then clear it to seal it all up



No, I'll start almost immidiately with assembling engine and drivetrain, headliner, windshield and glasses and so on.
Actually everything exept exterior trim.
This paint surface is actually ok. it would need nothing right now, it looks perfect, it may look perfect next year too.

But I have restored several cars during my life and know the fact that fillers, primers and paints continue drying and shrinking several weeks to months after the paint job has done.
I have been in a situation where I had a perfect paint job in my car but after couble of months you were able to see sanding marks and filler edges here and there around the car.
I have seen similar paintjobs in recently painted cars in car shows.

Thats why I want the last surface done this (hard)way. This car is black wich is the most difficult colour in this sense (it shows all imperfections) and as you can see, it has several different layers of epoxies, primers and fillers so there is a minimal risk.



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Posted 2015-08-03 6:17 PM (#486164 - in reply to #353311)
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I do know about filler shrinkage, l/r door on the dodge is a great example

Just thought that its better not to put anything on/in until the paints fully finished, so you dont get masking lines

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Posted 2015-08-04 3:23 AM (#486232 - in reply to #486164)
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ttotired - 2015-08-03 6:17 PM

I do know about filler shrinkage, l/r door on the dodge is a great example

Just thought that its better not to put anything on/in until the paints fully finished, so you dont get masking lines



Naah. Thats not a problem. It had to be masked anyway even it was a empty shell. There will be no trim on until its totally finished, and it will be sanded and buffed after the clear coat so final finish is not from the spray gun.


The batmobile has landed home.



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Posted 2015-08-05 8:39 PM (#486381 - in reply to #353311)
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Wow - gotta love that Black Beauty!

It's going to look incredible.

Can't wait to see it when it's all done and soooooo spiffy!


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Posted 2015-08-13 3:17 PM (#487059 - in reply to #353311)
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After years of disassembling this so rewarding, putting restored components back to their places. Engine and trans is now about ready to go



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Adventurer 60
Posted 2015-09-13 3:48 PM (#489543 - in reply to #353311)
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It is in there



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Posted 2015-09-13 8:26 PM (#489554 - in reply to #489543)
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Nice work Jari. Coming along very nicely.
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Posted 2015-10-09 6:41 AM (#491800 - in reply to #353311)
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heater unit is assembled. I am missing a vacuum pot that opens the door in cowl. Anyone got one with brackets and stuff? help me out so I can go on.



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Posted 2015-10-09 11:42 AM (#491818 - in reply to #491800)
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Adventurer 60 - 2015-10-09 3:41 AM

heater unit is assembled. I am missing a vacuum pot that opens the door in cowl. Anyone got one with brackets and stuff? help me out so I can go on.


I have several of the vacuum actuators at home in a box taken from a 1960 Windsor about 25 years ago. Not sure about brackets until I look tonight.
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Posted 2015-10-09 11:52 AM (#491822 - in reply to #491818)
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Assuming this is a non A/C car and uses the same vacuum pot as a 61 NYer, I have a very nice one sitting on the bench.
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Posted 2015-10-09 2:36 PM (#491829 - in reply to #353311)
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My NYer has A/C and G is non A/C. Are the pots and brackets exactly similar?
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Posted 2015-10-09 2:42 PM (#491830 - in reply to #491829)
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No - the brackets and arms are different. The A/C version uses a fairly short vertical arm connected to the trap door and it is mounted to the firewall at the lower passenger side of the opening. The NON A/C version uses a longer horizontal arm connected to the trap door and it is mounted on the driver's side of the opening. At least that's how it is on a 61 NYer................
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Posted 2015-10-10 4:07 AM (#491874 - in reply to #353311)
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So there is no help to copy bracket from my own NYr. You have just a pot but not bracket Arland?
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Posted 2015-10-10 2:58 PM (#491905 - in reply to #353311)
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Jari,

I have the original spare NON A/C vacuum pot with the bracket and arm from my 61 NYer that you could use for a NON A/C car. I don't have a spare A/C pot, bracket, or
arm but I believe my buddy has a complete assembly if you are interested. Let's see what Ian can come up with in his box of parts and then let me know what you would
like to do about the two vacuum pot assemblies. When I get the chance, I'll post a picture of the two different assemblies to show the physical differences.

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Posted 2015-10-10 5:02 PM (#491914 - in reply to #491905)
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Jari,

Here are three different views of the two different vacuum pots used to control the trap door in the firewall. The images on the left side of the pictures are of the NON A/C version mounted on the driver's side of the opening using the control arm in a horizontal position. The images on the right side of the pictures show the A/C version that gets mounted on the lower passenger side area of the opening and uses the control arm in a vertical position. Hope this helps,

Arland



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Adventurer 60
Posted 2015-10-11 4:28 PM (#491975 - in reply to #353311)
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Thanks Arland that helped a lot.
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Posted 2015-10-12 1:40 AM (#492052 - in reply to #353311)
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Thanks Qunyangyongying, that helped a lot too.
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Posted 2015-10-12 10:47 AM (#492069 - in reply to #492052)
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Posted 2015-10-13 3:56 AM (#492158 - in reply to #353311)
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Yes warter. I cant agree with you more. Paris really sucks.
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Posted 2015-10-19 7:05 AM (#492617 - in reply to #353311)
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Heater cover restored



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Adventurer 60
Posted 2015-10-19 7:22 AM (#492619 - in reply to #353311)
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Anyone need a good Mopar truck in Finland or Sweden? Just registered, storng 440 and 3 on tree, modern 8 1/4 rear, very driveable even the front drum brakes are a joke.
Gotta get rid of this before winter. Nice patina.



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Adventurer 60
Posted 2015-11-08 4:55 PM (#494583 - in reply to #353311)
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Checked out all my wiring harnesses this week end. Even restored the set that goes to tail lights. I got about 2½ main harnesses
so I'll be able to make one very good one.
My biggest concern is that I found out that harness for the power windows is not for the letter car (switches in center console)
Well I got good terminals in it and I could quite easilly make a set for the G but I got a New Yorker too missing a same set.
So there is no way that I would sacrafice that harmess set wich is in very good condition.

So anyone who have extra pw harness set for F,G or H let me know. I have interst only for the terminals too




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Posted 2015-11-09 4:27 PM (#494688 - in reply to #353311)
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Well I just bought a 300F pw harness set from friend of mine. Problem solved.
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Posted 2015-11-15 4:07 PM (#495254 - in reply to #353311)
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Assembeld finally the rams, elbows, carbs and lingages this weekend. Made new fuel lines for the carbs out of steel tube. I was not able to find 8 mm copper nickel tube anymore. I do not know wich one is better for modern gasoline. Well I got both now



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Adventurer 60
Posted 2015-11-15 4:17 PM (#495255 - in reply to #353311)
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There is no place in the "61 ram for carb lever return spring. It should have some sort of rod under the carb nut where the other end of the spring is connected. I need to fabricate those, Anyone got a picture of it?

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Posted 2015-12-13 4:15 PM (#497867 - in reply to #353311)
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I have spent hours and hours with dash restotation but now all gauges in the astradome works, radio konverted to FM and clock works too.
With new paint and new dash pad it looks awesome!



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Posted 2015-12-13 6:04 PM (#497879 - in reply to #353311)
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VERY awesome, indeed!

There is something Darth Vader-ish about that dash...and I mean that in a really GOOD way!

And the cross rams are a work of art. This car is going to be SOOOOOOOO cool.

Great job.




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Posted 2015-12-14 12:27 AM (#497901 - in reply to #497879)
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You Jari do a a Great Work, like to see tou pics from serios renovations
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Posted 2015-12-14 1:55 AM (#497909 - in reply to #353311)
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Great going Jari - keep it up and keep us posted - you're up to summer Cruises in FinLand 2016!!!
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Posted 2015-12-14 7:22 PM (#497973 - in reply to #353311)
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Posted 2016-01-03 3:19 PM (#499851 - in reply to #353311)
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I fabricated custom brackets for carb springs today. I was missing all original parts, bracets, springs, linkages. Now all linkages work perfectly. Ingniton system needs rebuild and gas tank assembled then its about ready to start up. Not gonna do it before the summer though



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Posted 2016-01-05 3:35 PM (#500073 - in reply to #353311)
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Hi Jari
You are doing a fantastic renovation and it goes pretty fast. Glad you post images
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Posted 2016-01-06 4:24 PM (#500190 - in reply to #353311)
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Yes Joakim, some components get assembled into car pretty fast becouse they are alrady rebuilded or restored or new.

I got some issues with distributor resto to day. Vacuum advance pot is busted. You cant open it and fix it.
Where am I gonna get new advance pot? This is dual point distributor and I think one out form regular distributor wont work.

Also where am I gonna get a vacuum check valve to brake booster hose?





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Posted 2016-01-07 9:23 AM (#500287 - in reply to #353311)
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Hi Jari, I repaired my one several years ago with Epoxy (making a mold out of a bottle cap in plastic). Even if this repair still holds on, I just got a spare after MANY years of searching. PM sent




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Posted 2016-01-11 9:20 AM (#500676 - in reply to #353311)
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Hey it is Christmas again!
Picked up some goodies last week end while visting Helsinki.

Lasse Vänttinen at Prima made Super nice doorpanels and arm rests.
Aluminium inserts are made By Jan Friberg



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Posted 2016-01-11 10:14 AM (#500679 - in reply to #353311)
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Well, Merry Christmas Jari the door panel looks really nice, another step forward...............
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Posted 2016-01-11 8:07 PM (#500769 - in reply to #353311)
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This valve may do until you find original?

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Posted 2016-01-22 3:13 AM (#501954 - in reply to #353311)
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I found a good quality check valve made of brass at the local tractor supplies shop. I think its better than 55 years old plastic one (that I was unable to find right know)
Bougth some curved hoses and by meter. I do not usually trust Biltemas gasoline hoses but I guess as a vacuum hoses they should work fine



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Posted 2016-02-03 4:53 PM (#503150 - in reply to #353311)
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I am going to put lambda sensors to new exhaust. It is only about 60 € investment and will help to collect data of air/fuel mixture while test driving.




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Posted 2016-02-04 3:15 AM (#503188 - in reply to #353311)
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Jari, nice work on exhaust, do you weld with WIG?
The stickers on exhaust tubes tells me, that the system comes from waldron...
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Posted 2016-02-04 4:21 AM (#503192 - in reply to #353311)
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Awesome series of photos of this restoration. This is going to be a ripper car when finished.

Jari, keep an eye on US ebay, I have seen the distributor vacuum pots on there often.

Well done, and thankyou for taking the time to share your restoration experience on here.

Steve.

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Posted 2016-02-04 4:27 AM (#503194 - in reply to #353311)
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some of the rams used a pin on the side of the tube for the return spring-------------------------------------------------------later

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Posted 2016-02-04 2:50 PM (#503234 - in reply to #353311)
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Yes, early F's had a pin. It is in wrong spot (too low) and some times caused a stuck at the full throttle - very dangerous
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