Prints or CAD For Underbody Components??

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Re: Prints or CAD For Underbody Components??

Post by Elvis Presley » July 13th, 2021, 1:34 pm

lpcoating wrote:
July 8th, 2021, 9:42 pm
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This one on the right?
When the time comes, I'll be buying all kinds of stuff from you!!

I'm in the process of putting up a building where I can concentrate on the rebuild. When that finally gets done, I'll be ready to roll!
(Which will be winter again - naturally)

Thanks for all your support!!
1966 M151A1 ___All matching '44 M1 Garand
1951 H&R M1 Garland__1966 Fairlane GTA
1973 Torino wagon_____1942 03A3 - Unissued
1939 Unissued 1903____1944 M1 Inland Carbine
1966 M-16____________1943 1911A1
1918 Model 1917 .45 Revolver
1943 M1 Quality Hardware Carbine
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Re: Prints or CAD For Underbody Components??

Post by Mr. Recovery » July 13th, 2021, 2:55 pm

Elvis Presley wrote:
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I forgot to mention - thanks for the great pictures Mr. Recovery!!!
Happy they helped ! :D 8)
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1960 M151 Run 1
1963 M151 Willys DoD 10-63 in Baltimore
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Re: Prints or CAD For Underbody Components??

Post by rickf » July 13th, 2021, 9:37 pm

But all of us old timers miss your folding rulers!!!
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Re: Prints or CAD For Underbody Components??

Post by Mark » July 13th, 2021, 10:09 pm

I might add that you all probably have wooden folding rulers, for this linemen work they have fiberglass folding rulers for better insulation value/stronger.Well wood probably breaks easier.This is for GP
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Re: Prints or CAD For Underbody Components??

Post by Mr. Recovery » July 14th, 2021, 2:59 pm

rickf wrote:
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But all of us old timers miss your folding rulers!!!
Still have it. :D
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1989 Alley Cat. "work in Progress"
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Re: Prints or CAD For Underbody Components??

Post by D Pizzoferrato » July 15th, 2021, 7:15 am

I'm proud to be in the old timer's club that cherish their folding rules. You youngsters can have your recoil tape measures; you'll never achieve our level of precision.
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Re: Prints or CAD For Underbody Components??

Post by Elvis Presley » July 15th, 2021, 3:53 pm

Just received a response from the Ford Archives. Naturally, this stupid COVID thing prohibits me from going over there and looking at things (basement of World Headquarters in Dearborn) - hopefully that day will eventually arrive!

The part drawings must be some where? Maybe stored in the Highland Park Plant itself !?!! The company has all kinds of crap stored there.
I was out there quite a while ago, but not sure if anything is stored there now. (That was 20+ years ago)

I'll have to ask around.

No luck on the trip to the Benson Ford Library, but (hopefully) that day will come too!
1966 M151A1 ___All matching '44 M1 Garand
1951 H&R M1 Garland__1966 Fairlane GTA
1973 Torino wagon_____1942 03A3 - Unissued
1939 Unissued 1903____1944 M1 Inland Carbine
1966 M-16____________1943 1911A1
1918 Model 1917 .45 Revolver
1943 M1 Quality Hardware Carbine
1967 Saginaw 1919A6
1943 Saginaw 1919A4
KD8QEQ

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