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Reply by LI-Rick

I think you are going about this the wrong way. What I would do, is fish mouth a piece of tubing, about 3” long, weld a 2 bolt flange to...

Reply by Sacto Mitch

According to Wikipedia (which is never wrong), this car (the Auto Union 1000 SP) was, under the body work, nearly identical to the Auto...
Sacto Mitch

Reply by ALB

Is it aircooled, have some VW parts and made of fiberglass? (I can't think of anything else)
ALB

Reply by Sacto Mitch

Hmmm... maybe this is the right moment to unveil The Monterey Car Week Mystery Car of 2019. Now, let's not always see the same hands...
Sacto Mitch

Reply by Todd M

Actually, a plate will be welded to the end of the crossmember and that plate will be bolted to the plate I am asking about with the...

Reply by Todd M

I need to hang it and weld it to round tubular frame. The other end will be welded to the end of the crossmember that supports the...

Reply by Todd M

The ID is the critical side. I meant to say that and forgot. Also, I misspoke when I said 0.5" diameter. I meant 0.5" radius and 1"...

Reply by Gordon Nichols

And what is more important for the end use, the ID of the curved part or the OD? I’m in the “get a piece of suitable steel pipe, cut it...
Gordon Nichols

Reply by edsnova

If you love it $8k probably is OK. You sure won't see another one coming at you down the road! Be aware: it's not a replica of a...
edsnova

Reply by LI-Rick

I don’t think .188 walled 1/2” od tube is produced. I know .120 wall is, hence the reason I suggested bar.

Reply by LI-Rick

There is no way you are bending 3/16" steel on a 1/4" radius in a small homebuilt brake. How clean of a bend do you need? What I would...

Reply by Sacto Mitch

Jim (Gilbert), all of our cars have at least one dimmer (or 'dipping') relay, which switches the output of the headlight switch between...
Sacto Mitch

Reply by Todd M

Pictured above is a 3/16" thick piece of steel that I need to shape into the drawing below. The curve has a 0.5" diameter. How do I bend...

Reply by mppickett

Here's a pic of well restored DKW (Das Kleine Wunder). Mine was, as 18 year olds are want to describe things, "baby crap yellow." It was...
mppickett

Reply by mppickett

This is the poster I had in our garage in Rhode Island. I gave it to my brother to go with his 993 cabriolet. He was smart enough to...
mppickett

Reply by Speedsta

I'm good. I've lived in Vegas for for about 14 years, and in that time I have had a 67 Cadillac Deville Convertible No AC, A n Alpha...

Reply by Kevin - Bay Area

@Speedsta I admit, I must be a huge wimp. While I live in an area that gets up to 110 in the summer, I can't stand bringing the...
Kevin - Bay Area

Reply by arden

I thought I had a problem with my dry pac coil I’ve herd they had some problems but it turned out to be something else. Had a short in...
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Reply by mppickett

It's taken me a while to think this one through. It's redundant, but I'd like back my totally stock, 1996 993 cabriolet in Arena Red...
mppickett

Reply by Lane Anderson

I'm sure I'd have a loooong list, but this would probably be somewhere on it. https://bringatrailer.com/list...-model-61-sedannete/
Lane Anderson

Reply by Chuck Martin

Thanks for sharing that video Marty, I had not seen that one before. I raced a Fiat-Abarth 750cc Derivizion single cam back in the...
Chuck Martin

Reply by Brock B

Trp, shipping is no big deal.......... I will make the plydubs and its a roller, even the big 10 car semi guys will pick it up and move it.
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