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02 Nov 2013 17:28 #26225 by landmark
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Hello,

that picture could be named "The Michigan Chainsaw Massacre" <!-- s:wink: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_wink.gif" alt=":wink:" title="Wink" /><!-- s:wink: --> :D


Mike and Joan, thank you for sharing the photos!


Cheers

Matt

Was man besonders gerne tut,
ist selten ganz besonders gut

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02 Nov 2013 17:53 #26226 by jhcarlady
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he used a Saws All...made it much easier than taking out all the different sized nuts and bolts

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02 Nov 2013 19:54 #26227 by Tom_Parkinson
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Hi,

Mike, did that Oakland engine just bolt right up tp the L-29 bell housing and/or front-drive unit? Was there an adaper plate involved? How was it accomplished?

--Tom

With brakes, two cylinders are better than one.

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03 Nov 2013 04:46 #26230 by mikespeed35
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There was a 1/4" adaptor plate used complete with locator studs. I liked the chain saw massacre comment. It fit the picture perfectly.
CORDially Mike

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04 Nov 2013 17:25 #26232 by auburnandyscar
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do you know what the instruments are from?

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04 Nov 2013 23:00 #26233 by mikespeed35
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1928 Chrysler Model 70. Thanks to my good friend Jack Laughlin for the tip. I will probably be putting them on ebay.
It was interesting that it cost me $140. to get rid of the wood at the land fill and I got $130. for the steel and copper at the scrap dealer. That's usually the way I make money!
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