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Jo Jesty

U.S.
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Most detailed about Austin Healeys but also MGs (A,B,C), old Minis, old Volvos: they share SU carbs, Lucas (Prince of Darkness!) ignition, Girling brakes & shocks. Some things shared with TRs too, but I don't know so much about them. Can advise the semi-neophyte on the basics of keeping things running, especially tuning ignition and carbs; but no rebuilding engines or transmissions; no frame or bodywork. General date range: late 50s to 70s (not so good about cars with emission controls, electronics). No valuation experience at all.

Ron

U.S.
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I can answer questions on W114/ W115 /W(R)107/W123/W126 Mercedes models 1967-1985. I have rebuilt many of these cars and have problem solved many issues. I have access to much of the technical data and have deailed instructions on fixing the most common issues. Vintage US 1950-1989 and other foreign cars as well If you are going to ask me about car value, please provide ample information on service history, rust issues, and current "needs". Pictures are helpful. Disclaimer on value - I can only give you data on what the market is bringing, and may not be what you want to hear!

Curt Fullom

U.S.
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I can answer questions on stanley steamers and other steam cars, including repairing and operating them. I can also help in assessing their value.

Ace Mechanic, MT

U.S.
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Post war Alfa-Romeo sold in the USA. 1958 on FIATs sold in the USA. Cannot answer questions on vehicles outside of the USA.

Gordon Petersen

U.S.
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I am an expert in Model A Fords. I can answer questions about the repair and restoration of Model A's. I also have expertise in the value of Model A's and Model A parts.

Dan Petchel

U.S.
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Vintage Porsche related question. What fit what. How to find hard to find parts.

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