Re: [GFS] Need a part
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Re: [GFS] Need a part



Oops sorry folks!
I was not aware that by sending my reply to John Paxos that it went to the
whole group.
Sorry for any inconvenience...
Glenn Barratt,
57 Fury,
Auckland, New Zealand.

Glenn Barrat wrote:

> Hi John.
> Long time no write...
> Update time.
> Panelbeating of body still chugging along. The rhs rear quarter has been
removed to gain
> access to nasty cancerous sections hidden behind the panel. So this is a
57 Fury with only
> one fin now-how sad. That boy has good hands though. The rusty floor
panels are pretty much a
> thing of the past now.
> The chassis is taking shape, and will be ready for dropping the motor
and trans in just as
> soon as I can find a spare 10 hours or so. It sure is looking good.
Starting to feel like all
> those 2am's in the garage alone are worthwhile.
> My dashpads finally got completed too. If you recall, my Fury always had
a handmade right
> hand drive dash, therefore an original dashpad was out of the question,
so I had a few
> custom-made. And they snap-fit to perfection. The dash itself still
needs repainting but at
> least the end is in sight for that side of the project.
> All in all, things are going well.
> Hope you find the brake drum you are looking for.
> PS. Hope it's not too brainless a question, but which side of the car
has the wheel bolts
> with the "L" on them? Mine never had that style setup, as some monkey
had put drums from a 62
> on her.
> I have a bad case of the flu at present, which has knocked me out from
working down in the
> garage for the last 4 days. That would be the longest that I have not
worked on her in the
> past 2 years!!!
> And yes I am still enjoying it-immensely.
> Take care.
> Glenn.
>
> a57fury@xxxxxxx wrote:
>
> > In a message dated 7/24/01 1:25:58 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> > dave.stragand@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:
> >
> > > I'm in need of a '57 Plymouth rear brake drum and hub.  I changed
the axel
> > > two years ago, but the hub is bent.  The wheel is wobbling and I'm
supposed
> > > to be going to a couple of meets in the next two weeks that are over
100
> > > miles from the house.  If anyone has an extra rear 11" drum, please
let me
> > > know.  Thanks
> > > John Paxos
> > >
> >
> > Sorry
> > Dave S. let me know (which I knew already, but I'm brain dead) that
there are
> > different threads to each side.  I need the passenger side rear hub
and drum.
> >  If anyone has one they can spare let me know.  Thanks again.
> > John
> >
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