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    Had this problem for quite awhile now. Supposed...

    Had this problem for quite awhile now. Supposed to rebuild site years ago.
  2. The floor material used was the same as Chevy...

    The floor material used was the same as Chevy used which was like a linoleum.
  3. Dear Wagonman, I don't know of any wood in the...

    Dear Wagonman, I don't know of any wood in the back of a 1955 860 or 870 wagon. I had an 870 wagon all original years ago I sold and it was all morahide.
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    I believe this to be a factory placement on my...

    I believe this to be a factory placement on my 1955 due to it being the remote mirror option.

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    Master Cylinder Access

    [QUOTE=longislandsteve;10719]Thanks guys. The guy left an access hole for the tranny. I just automatically assumed it was under the floorboards. I will pop the hood this weekend and report back.
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    Master Cylinder Access.

    Let me advise you there are no access holes in the floorboards of any Pontiacs of the vintage you have. I have owned numerous from 1941, 1948, 1950 1952, & 1955.
    The location is directly under the...
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    Might want to put an ad in the Early Times...

    Might want to put an ad in the Early Times Chapter Newsletter.
    Any of these Die Cast Parts are getting more scarce and harder to find.
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    I would suggest a reputable frame shop in your...

    I would suggest a reputable frame shop in your area to do some measuring and possible straightening of your frame.
    Today they use lasers and a frame table for getting things exact.
    I would also...
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    1941 Pontiac Fender Part Numbers

    Part Number 505059 = 1941 Pontiac Right Rear Fender Model 26 Series only
    Part Number 505060 = 1941 Pontiac Left Rear Fender Model 26 Series only
    As Listed in an original parts book from 1950.
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    The Steering Wheel Pullers of the day back then...

    The Steering Wheel Pullers of the day back then were much different than todays.
    I wish I had one too.
    Recently there was a Snap On Steering Wheel Puller Sold on Ebay.
    See the picture attached to...
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    I apologize for some miss information in the...

    I apologize for some miss information in the above answer. Late at night and tired reading from my parts book I copied information from group 5.803 instead of the group directly below it Group...
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    Kanter Brake Drums

    Pontiac Offered more than one width Brake drum through the years.
    The early cars all used a narrow drum and later models a wider drum.
    1st thing I would suggest is measuring the width of your old...
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    Correct Coil for any Pontiac

    General Motors products all used Delco-Remy products for their electrical systems.
    Atlas was an after market product supplier sold through gas stations.
    Hope this helps.
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    The trim panels and Fender Skirts used on the...

    The trim panels and Fender Skirts used on the 1955 & 1956 Pontiac Star Chiefs are made of Stainless Steel as are the moldings not aluminum.
    The the other trim of headlight eye brows and paint...
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    Old Duco numbers are virtually useless as are...

    Old Duco numbers are virtually useless as are many of the old Alkyd Enamel and Nitrocellulous Lacquer Numbers.
    All the paints being sold today have new mixing colors to make them.
    The funny part is...
  16. Dear 50scars, Sorry you got no replies here. I...

    Dear 50scars,
    Sorry you got no replies here.
    I did view your video you posted here on youtube with your noise.
    I have heard a noise like this in the past but have been trying to remember what it...
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    Sad to advise you but that is the going rate to...

    Sad to advise you but that is the going rate to recore an original radiator. I would look on Ebay and in Smoke Signals a parts dealers who might have a good used one. My experience with all the...
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    Garages and mechanics have a tool called a...

    Garages and mechanics have a tool called a pressure tester. It screws on in place of your radiator cap and then pumped up to create pressure in your cooling system equal to the radiator cap pressure....
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    Welcome Rick,

    Hey Rick,
    I have an 1987 Notchy. My son has a 1988 GT.
    This forum doesn't get the traffic I would like.
    Having a Fiero your probably a younger guy.
    I'm retired and serve on the Board of Directors...
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    Does Anyone Read These Posts ?

    I Hope and Pray some would read and spread the word.
    We have a member MIKE NIXON who needs some HELP !
    Mike Nixon is our Technical Adviser Coordinator and on the Board of Directors for POCI.
    He...
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    Where is it Located ? What is the Price ? What is...

    Where is it Located ? What is the Price ? What is the Condition ?
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    Frame and Chassis Paint

    The choice of most restorers today is to have them Power Coated.
    It is far more durable and lasting than any other products currently on the market.
    Gloss black and semi gloss black are both...
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    Brand of Tire Used.

    I have a 1941 Pontiac 2511 Tudor Sedan with the Original Spare Tire - A U.S. Royal
    I also have a 1949 Chevrolet Sport Coupe with it's Original Spare Tire - A U.S. Royal
    From this evidence I would...
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    Business Coupe Trunk

    Dear Bob in El Paso,
    Yes your 1940 Pontiac should have the shelf.
    I have included a picture of my 1941 Business coupes trunk for comparison.
    The purpose of the shelf was to store the spare tire...
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    I see nothing from your pictures that should...

    I see nothing from your pictures that should cause a problem other than being stubborn. Your pictures show everything very well.
    I would suggest using heat around where the stud goes through the...
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