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Robert Russell

U.S.
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Mechanical, Body, Historical, MOPAR, GM, Ford, Packard, 1930-1975

Brad Sears

U.S.
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All automotive including antique and collectible. However if the car has been modified I can only answer in general terms and maybe get you pointed in the right direction.

Vern Bullock

U.S.
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Visit my website at: http://www.classytransportation.com/ I can answer most questions about autos built in the 60's 70's and 80's. Specifically, Lincolns, Rolls Royces and the Excaliburs. Mechanical issues and technical questions are my expertise. I also have a general knowledge of most older automobiles. Keep in mind, I can only provide answers if the questions are very specific and complete. Without details, I can only speculate and that's not good for solving your problem.

jack bahm

U.S.
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Only repair type questions on the 1928-1931 Ford Model A.

Jeff Wayco

U.S.
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I can answer general and specific questions that relate to problems with and the repair solutions for, the O.E.M. wooden interior trim found in many marques: Jaguar, Roll-Royce, Mercedes-Benz, Bentley, BMW, Austin Healey, Jensen Healey, Triumph, Lotus etc. etc.

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2016-04-23 95 Chevy Beretta:

Hi Frank:  As a standard rule...    1. Oil should be changed every 3,000 or 6 months, which ever come first.  2. Transmission fluid should be changed every 20,000 miles or 2 years, which ever come first

2016-04-18 1982 Dodge K Car brakes:

The booster can cause a hard brake and diminished braking. The test that I use to give a quick booster check is simple. With the engine off press the brake pedal hard and hold it. While holding the pedal

2016-04-16 1982 Dodge K Car brakes:

You should be able to lock up the brakes in a panic situation. I have seen this before and there are  several causes. The first is the of the brake pads used. They will all act differently. I use the top

2016-03-07 Life of a Model A engine:

I don't have a lot to base this on, but I think you could get up to 50,000 miles on a well maintained engine. I have 30 on mine and it was not "new"  when I got it and I have no plans to do anything big

2016-03-07 axle code:

According to my information, which is factory specs there were two ratios offered for that car. Code #1 the standard ration of 2.89:1 and code #3 which is 3.11;1.I can find no listing on that car for a

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