Oil Pans; Free if coupled with another purchase. Limit one to a person. Please walk ins only.
Dave Huson, 2116 Charro Ave. Longmont, Co. 80504
Please note that I have another larger pile of pans that for some reason I can not shrink the picture. Maybe I will find time to shoot it again
I hope this time the second pile of oil pans will show up.
The oil pans are not miving very fast despite the fact that they are free.
sent you a pm
Still Have some of the three dip pans. Free for the taking when coupled with another purchase. Limit one to a customer.
Dave, sent you a PM on a different topic.
Dave, you have some parts I could use but it's a little hard for someone in NC to walk in in Colorado.
There comes a time in some men's lives when they ask themselves
why they live where they do.
Dave has provided ample photos of Colorado to make anyone ask
Get packing !
Tommy you might be surprised as how many walk ins come to my shop. I have at least one or two every day, yesterday for example I had 4 guys in at one time and we spend considerable time looking through piles of parts outside and inside on 136 foot shelves some high enough to need a step ladder. So that is why I don,t get into the crazy suggestions of how to ship all the large parts like OIL PANS. I do enjoy walks ins, and can spend considerable time with them. I even enjoy taking out of state people, that stop by, to the mountains in one of my Ts.
How many days do you suppose it would take me to drive my '21 T from NC to Colorado?
Tommy, you would have to tell me how many miles that would be. I have done 1,200 mile in four days and spent lots of time stopping to visit things on the way. I think I could have done it in 3 with no problem. I have also done 350 in one day but would not want to do that again. Come on out we also have coffee on and cookies in the cupboard. We could also do a side trip to the high country.
Dave have been trying to contact you but email won't work.
I am interested in a speedometer for a 1924 Ford closed car, I need all the parts. Also I would like to buy a tool to remove head light rings, hubcap tool. Can you help me?
Marvin Scott: By Far the best bet for removing head light rims is a strap wrench. I see Harbor Freight is selling them now. I see some silly tools in some of the catalogs for removing head light rims but I find that I use the strap wrench for other things as well. A strap wrench will not scratch your rims, some of those silly tools in the catalogs WILL.
I do have some hub cap wrenches I would let go for $5.00. They will not be the ones that have the tabs.