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Randy Schultz
Posted 2019-04-25 11:31 PM (#581363)
Subject: Continental Kit Question


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I know some on this site despise continental kits. So you don't need to bash me. But I am trying to put one together. Does anyone have measurements or information for the tire tipper assembly? Is there any generic made on the market or is that assembly specific to models. Thanks
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57burb
Posted 2019-04-26 8:36 AM (#581366 - in reply to #581363)
Subject: RE: Continental Kit Question



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I don't have an answer for your question, but I suspect there are quite a few FL owners that will be more than happy to sell you one they aren't using.

What kind of car is it going on?
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Doctor DeSoto
Posted 2019-04-26 10:53 AM (#581372 - in reply to #581366)
Subject: RE: Continental Kit Question



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No location listed. Probably not going to get an answer.
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big m
Posted 2019-04-26 11:47 AM (#581377 - in reply to #581363)
Subject: Re: Continental Kit Question



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Try Continental Enterprises in B.C. Canada, [250]763-7727

They sell high quality reproduction continental kits, and make their own, not Chinese made.

---John
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Randy Schultz
Posted 2019-04-27 8:12 PM (#581422 - in reply to #581363)
Subject: RE: Continental Kit Question


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Sure Ill reply, I asked the question. I am located in Iowa, I don't know why that doesn't show. I am working on a 57 Dodge Royal restoring it. I have checked the Continental place in Canada. They sell just GM stuff. No Chrysler, and they wont even sell parts like the tire cover or a tipper mechanism.
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w.weiland
Posted 2019-04-28 8:01 AM (#581439 - in reply to #581363)
Subject: Re: Continental Kit Question


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Yes Randy is a real person, he purchased the car from me. (Im real also)

Anyways Randy, I come across bits and pieces of continental kits quite frequently

(not for mopars but others if that will get you started)

Edited by w.weiland 2019-04-28 8:03 AM
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Randy Schultz
Posted 2019-04-28 6:28 PM (#581461 - in reply to #581439)
Subject: Re: Continental Kit Question


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Thanks Wayne, I got started on making the pieces I need so I think I will get it. I never see continental kits over here, but then you live in "parts country".
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