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Messages - Alexzander Vulmea Dare

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Tech- - ELECTRICAL / fuel gauge problems
« on: March 23, 2012, 08:02:28 AM »
  My 1960 dodge pioneer has a non working gas gauge....go figure  I have read the atricles here on fixing them and after looking for a bout 2 hours in have reconnected the interior light switch back and got the oil pressure light working again, but no gas gauge. I have an original shop manual, well 2 to be exact... Neither show a voltage limiter, nor have I been able to find one, but that said. My back that has been screwed up for 2 weeks now , do'es feel much better doing the under dash crawl.  I always try to look at the positive!!!! There are some wires with clips that are not connected, that I am still tracing. And since my car sits too low for my fat ass to crawl under I havent gotten the chance to look at the tank. I guess my question is where the hell is the voltage limiter located, and why is it not in the shop manual?

MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / New Home/Old Dart
« on: March 22, 2012, 04:59:22 AM »
Thanks again for all the info....My back has been out for a bit now, but I am going to try and get it up to one of my friends restore shops to check out a fuel gauge problem and a few other things while its on the lift. Would like to try and have it ready to take to the Charlotte NC auto fair. But thats less than a month away, so it might not happen.???? Thanks again for all the help..

MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / New Home/Old Dart
« on: March 19, 2012, 03:32:13 PM »
Thanks for the heads up on the  interior costs. I really like the way the doors and back panels are, something about the lines? The seats need new foam for sure, or my fat ass needs to loose weight...either or you choose.!!!!!
That enigine layout is sweet, I really like the muti carb set up. If I can ever get my shop done I might be able to help you out with a custom console for that shifter. I am also planning on making tail light and turn signal repros for my car. I used to work on films do specail effects make-up. And Im used to making molds for head pieces (prostetics) that where used in films. i see you live I WV Chuck...We live outside danville va along NC line.Let me get my shop done ,would really like to fab out a console for ya. Thanks again guys for all the help...
As stupid as this may sound..... by chance does anyone know of a company that has decent seatbelts? I know it sounds stupid but mine has none. And the first fast left turn I made in the TOOOLIN beast Ifound myself lookin out the passengers window Was considering with shoulder harness just in plain black. Found a fair amount but most just didnt look to be worth the money.

MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / New Home/Old Dart
« on: March 18, 2012, 03:28:00 PM »
yeah was thinking samething. The door panels and back panels are in need of repair, as well as the rear deck. The headliner is in great shape, and can stay as it is. But the rest is going to need some help.

« on: March 18, 2012, 03:23:29 PM »
Can't wait to have a talk with him, the more info the better...

MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / New Home/Old Dart
« on: March 18, 2012, 01:10:17 PM »
Here are some pics of the 1960 Dodge Dart Pioneer.  Still needs work.  Upholstery needs to be redone, new carpet, soft rubber, gauges, and a few other things.  I want to put a new paint job on it - same colors.  There is some light surface rust, but nothing bad.  All the panels look nice and straight.  Trunk & floor panels are nice and tight.  Glass is good.  Any suggestions on upholstery would be great.

Thanks again for welcoming me aboard.

« on: March 18, 2012, 11:10:56 AM »
Thanks Guy's,
Its great to find a place that old Mopars still rule. And for all the knowledge that goe's with them. Those are'nt period correct wheels but the more I look at them the more I like them. As far as the 413 cross ram go'es, I would save the 318 and rebuild it top to bottom, and put it to the side. I just thought it would be really cool to lift the hood and see factory correct cross ram.???? Just thinking outside the box that's what I get paid to do...LOL
Again guy's thanks for the help and the welcome aboard. Will pass on the Dart Vader name...LOL  

« on: March 15, 2012, 07:32:30 PM »
I want to put a 413 cross ram under the hood? That is if I can find one to mount up to the tranny. It has a posi rearend. Sooooo it should work. Thanks for any help locating one.

« on: March 15, 2012, 05:55:23 PM »
I just joined what was a hard place to find! A  forum for old finnned Mopars. I just got hold of a 1960 Dodge Dart Pioneer. @ door 3 speed auto, with a 318. It's in good shape but still needs some work to get it up to snuff. Soft rubber, interior,gauges ect ect..... But still a good car, with nice lines, as all Mopars have  It came with the orig bill of sale and a orig shop manual. With only 58,000 plus miles I'm real happy as well as my other half. She's still thinking of a name...

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