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  1. Wanted: Driver's side back up light lense for 1963 Lark Dayton

    Quote Originally Posted by Beachamp1 View Post
    Help, I need a Driver's side back-up light lens for my 1963 Lark Dayton. If you can help me call Bob @ 530-589-3380
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  2. trim

    50 c cab inside of cab there ia a piece of black flat material about 3/4 wide it runs around both doors and is held in place by nails/ I think this held the roof and cab trim pieces in place what is this and where can I get some. it is not wind lace.
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  3. 1962 Hawk 289 with 4-speed

    Quote Originally Posted by chet445 View Post
    I think I may have figured out why this car is rough riding. I looked closely at the rear springs and discovered both rear shackles are touching the frame. Looking at the springs one is flat and the other has a reverse arch. There should be an arch; I have ordered new springs. I checked other comments about springs and determined new is the best way to go.
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  4. 50 c truck

    inside the cab is some 1" widr material held in place by nails. this runs all around the door frame. what is it for and is it available?
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  5. Ardunallard

    I have a 1957 Golden Hawk with a 289 cu. in. engine and McCulloch supercharger. Does anyone have a recommendation as to the best electric fuel pump for this application? The original shop manual says I need 6-7 psi but does not provide specifications as to gallons of fuel delivery per hour (I am assuming around 35 gallons per hour) nor does it indicate whether this has to be constant pressure. Most electric fuel pumps vary the psi even if rated between 5 to 7 pounds for example. I have had to ...
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