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Thread: For old car fans

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Ascinder View Post
    That car is too cool. I love the sound. In the part of the video of the engine running, I keep waiting for a little cuckoo bird to pop out and is that a copper exhaust manifold or is it intake? Looked like exhaust to me, but who knows. Also, I love the leather belt that holds down the engine bay doors, that's classic. During Hot August Nights(a fairly large classic car event here in Reno) we get a lot of neat vehicles, but never the turnout I'd like to see for these really old machines. You really are lucky to get to play with that.
    There aren't very many of this type of car around any more. There are only 30 or so good ones. You will just have to get a really old car and start bringing it
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  2. #12
    Nice car, some day when I own a house again vs. rent it will be mostly garage. I have a 1937 DKW that is in need of major TLC.
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  3. #13
    The older the better. I would so cruise that thing.
    I can't finish a project before I start a new one...an addiction to say the least

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  4. #14
    ISKI, I just looked up the DKW. It's a nice looking car. On cars that old there is no such thing as a small project.
    Longevity LC-520D (ordered, Delivered, works great)
    Longevity Pro-Black Welding helmet, works great
    Pexto 137 shear (my latest toy)

    Personal website
    www.howhardcanitbe.tv

    Where I work.
    www.roadinosaur.com
    www.mattsrepair.com

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