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  • Papajaks@aol.com
    l ve got a 42 sedan,l think [rolling body, no engine or instruments] stuck in a barn out back. As l recall it s not too bad. l been toying w/puttin it on
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 15, 2007
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      l've got a 42 sedan,l think [rolling body, no engine or instruments]  stuck in a barn out back.  As l recall it's not too bad. l been toying w/puttin it on ebay. Maybe next month l'll pull it out phor a foto shoot.  l'm on Long lsland, NY




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    • David W. Anspach
      Hey Jak, you are welcome to load up that pre war and abandon it at my house.
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 15, 2007
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        Hey Jak, you are welcome to load up that pre war and abandon it at my
        house.
      • mrcooby
        Papajaks@... wrote: l ve got a 42 sedan, l think [rolling body, no engine or instruments] stuck in a barn out back. As l recall it s not too bad. l been
        Message 3 of 3 , Mar 18, 2007
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          Papajaks@... wrote:
          "l've got a 42 sedan,
          l think [rolling body,
          no engine or
          instruments] stuck in a
          barn out back. As l
          recall it's not too
          bad. l been toying
          w/puttin it on ebay.
          Maybe next month l'll
          pull it out phor a foto
          shoot. I'm on Long
          Island, NY
          ========================
          I have a '42 sedan
          originally from
          Chicago, and two spare
          engines I found nearby
          over the past fifteen
          years.

          Al Calvin is re-doing
          the engine over the
          winter, and he found a
          huge chunk of carbon in
          Cylinder #1 (it's not
          because I was babying
          the engine) along with
          a really toasted
          exhaust valve, also in
          #1. The engine always
          started and ran well,
          but I brought the
          engine to Al when it
          developed a knock -
          ironically, right as I
          was driving past the
          Waukesha Engine plant
          the day we were
          celebrating the
          Waukesha Engine
          Centennial in mid-
          August.

          I called Ralph Westman,
          (who has the 2-cylinder
          parts stock) yesterday
          and I'll be visiting
          his shop this week. His
          address is 692 McHenry
          Avenue in Woodstock,
          Illinois. Anybody need
          anything?

          =Lou Rugani=
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