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Today 09:30 AM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
It looks like it's for spreading something out, not pulling it together. Like opening up a hose so it will fit over the fitting or something like that?

Brian
Nope.

BB
Today 07:36 AM
MARTINSR It looks like it's for spreading something out, not pulling it together. Like opening up a hose so it will fit over the fitting or something like that?

Brian
Today 07:23 AM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
All good answers but no. Do you really think I'd try " the old tire spreader trick" three tines in such a short time? Really! (The Old Man didn't have three that I could find)

BB
Um, therein lies the answer to your question....
Today 07:13 AM
boothboy All good answers but no. Do you really think I'd try " the old tire spreader trick" three tines in such a short time? Really! (The Old Man didn't have three that I could find)

BB
Today 05:48 AM
Too Many Projects Another tire spreader !!!!!!
Today 05:14 AM
CrashFarmer2 Heavy duty nut cracker?
Today 02:33 AM
496CHEVY3100 For pressing in king pin bushings..??
Yesterday 11:35 PM
Dave57210 Well, I have a couple of suggestions about what it could be used for, but since this is a family-oriented site......
Yesterday 10:15 PM
boothboy Well no one jumped in with another question so I went into my Old Man's Tool Box and pulled this little gem out.

What is it and what do you do with it"

BB
09-16-2014 08:51 PM
Dave57210 I got nuthin right now - someone else jump in with a challenge for us
09-16-2014 08:48 PM
496CHEVY3100 It was bought as a original 30s K miles ,but on those cars Lots of owner preference changes were made ,to owners taste

The white car he bought new it was a 6cyl 3 on tree Belair ,it has a ZZ4 and a Muncie in it now ,my favorite ,

I think you are up for a question,
09-16-2014 07:33 PM
Dave57210
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
This is a better view of the front ,I cant tell either,,he had it shipped in from West Tesas ,so it could be a California car

He likes to drive in the parades and cruises ,LOL
I don't see a joint in the front bumper on in this pic. So it was either a Canadian-assembled or a Los Angeles-assembled car (Or a one-piece bumper was put on at some point)
09-16-2014 03:15 PM
35terraplane Dave lets see see a pic of the motorcycle, the after pic.

Bob
09-16-2014 03:08 PM
35terraplane
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
Bob I just double clicked on it and it opened right up. I'm running goggle chrome. I think it's on your end. Just search out Toyota 2000GT and you'll see the car. The convertible I posted was one of two built for a James Bond movie. All totaled Toyota only built 351 of them n 1966-70. The car was a collaboration between Toyota and Yamaha with Yamaha actually building the car. One sold recently for 1.2 million. I really haven't found a definitive answer as why so few were built. They were relatively expensive for the time. Road & Track magazine summed up the car as "one of the most exciting and enjoyable cars we've driven", and compared it favorably to the Porsche 911. I personally believe the car was built just to prove they could. A very stylish car for its time that holds up well today.

BB
I'm running chrome also, I just went back and tried it again, it opened, maybe my old tired fingers.

The car is very cool.

Thanks
Bob
09-15-2014 07:57 PM
496CHEVY3100
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Originally Posted by Dave57210 View Post
The rubber "dagmar tips" were an option, just as the vertical "bumper over-riders" on both of the cars shown

All Canadian-built cars had one-piece front bumpers, as did the cars assembled at the Los Angeles plant. All other assembly plants used the 3-piece bumper. The white (B/A) car definitely has a 3-piece bumper - I cannot see the joints in black car's front bumper, so it may have a California-spec (or Canadian spec) one piece front bumper. The joints are visible on the white car, just about straight below the parking lights.

This is a better view of the front ,I cant tell either,,he had it shipped in from West Tesas ,so it could be a California car

He likes to drive in the parades and cruises ,LOL
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