I would really like to complete my huckster build by getting a right hand drive set up. I understand the parts involved and it will be expensive to ship, but would like to discuss with somebody who has a complete set up and would like to part with it. The car has a 26/27 motor, but is being made to look like 14 woody. Similar to Vern Shirks car. (Actually copied his car). Please let me know if you have a source for hogs head, linkages, rods, etc to change my LHD to a RHD. Thanks in advance for your help.
there is a couple of listing on ebay.au for some bits,,
there is one seller there that may have other parts as well, not much help but all I have seen recently
What is the exchange rate on USD to AU?
AU$1.00 buys about $1.04 US.
today 1 USD is buying 0.953 AUD so 5% difference
I can remember going to Canada and buying a steak dinner with a $20.00 bill USD and getting back almost $20.00 Canadian back in change.
I bought some license plates from a chap in Australia and the exchange rate was almost 25%.
How times have changed.
Richard, I get $1.06US for every Australian dollar that I buy but I loose the value using paypal paying for my toys on ebay. One problem I have found is that most US notes $20 and over is contaminated with drug residue and it gets picked up in the post by the sniffer dogs.
Matt, as I have said in another post today is that I have non starter hogs heads in Michigan for sale to cover the freight cost of getting them there and some have pedals if that helps... Ray
This one is gone now but I often see them cheaper than this.
I was offered a complete '19 recently for $1800.
I have a complete motor and box that was given to me recently. I was thinking of making a coffee table out of it but its yours if you want it. Nearest port. Fremantle
Richard, I for got to add that if you or any one else want Australian plates I have a box in storage in California which we are selling to pay the freight and storage on, I do not make any profit on this stuff as I left it behind when I moved back to Australia in the 1970,s but I still owe the guy for looking after my goods... Ray