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General Discussion / Re: Beautiful Wedding Couple 3. part
« Last post by Lindsay McConnell on Today at 10:49:16 AM »
Stunning.
Thank you so much for posting :D
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General Discussion / Re: Beautiful Wedding Couple - 1. part
« Last post by Go Fleiter on Today at 05:45:18 AM »
(this is the first part to have all in the right sequence, continues  in separate postings '2 and #3 because of kB restrictments)
(same on P15D24 site)

 I handed over my practice to young dentists in 2015.

I was proud that my favorite assistant (until 6 Years ago) asked me to

take her to church and later to the party location.

Last week, the car really was part of her beautiful day.



 



2. and 3. parts follow

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General Discussion / Beautiful Wedding Couple 2. part
« Last post by Go Fleiter on Today at 05:42:18 AM »


Jacqueline and Denis


 

(3. part follows)
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General Discussion / Beautiful Wedding Couple 3. part
« Last post by Go Fleiter on Today at 03:42:31 AM »
Party was in an old locomotive- facility, now museum, in Erkrath, having served the steepest (rack- and- pinion- less) railway grade Erkrath- Hochdahl- Incline in Europe. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Düsseldorf-Elberfeld_Railway_Company

 


 Everyone in full war bonnet, the date having moved 3 times because of Corona ! Look at all those bridesmaids!

 
 


 Jacqueline had made my last job years very comfortable, leading all her colleagues and my patients (and me!), so I was very happy to see her having this beautiful day!

 
Greetings from Düsseldorf!

Go
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Technical Discussion / Re: Plymouth PA Starter Pedal Shifted
« Last post by billy mitchell on Yesterday at 08:07:55 PM »
The starter arm looks bent (yellow arrow), look at it from the back of the engine block. Could have come apart and maybe even dislocated the return spring. If you need a new assembly I believe they are not too hard.
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Technical Discussion / Plymouth PA Starter Pedal Shifted
« Last post by acasey64 on Yesterday at 07:49:10 PM »
While starting my Plymouth PA today, the starter button failed to spring back. When I looked under the hood, the starter pedal is somehow to the right of the button. I cannot figure out what is going on. The pedal is thick heavy metal. I don't think it bent. The contact lever and shift yoke are fine. Has anyone had this issue?
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Technical Discussion / Re: PA brake linings
« Last post by MikeyLikesIt on Yesterday at 11:38:46 AM »
Just redid mine. Any good brake shop should know the thickness. The previous owner of my car did not know it and the new pads were so thick he thought his engine was expiring. Good luck!
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General Discussion / Re: 1930's Tail Light with PLYMOUTH Written on the Lens
« Last post by acasey64 on September 16, 2021, 02:31:30 PM »
Tod, thanks for the response. That makes sense to me. So far, I can't find anything that makes me think that the PA used that tail light.
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General Discussion / Re: 1930's Tail Light with PLYMOUTH Written on the Lens
« Last post by TodFitch on September 15, 2021, 12:34:50 PM »
Not sure, but I think that lens is for a 1932 PB.
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General Discussion / 1930's Tail Light with PLYMOUTH Written on the Lens
« Last post by acasey64 on September 15, 2021, 09:12:38 AM »
I have a Plymouth PA built in the spring of 1932. I have come across a tail light with PLYMOUTH written on the lens. Does anyone know for sure when that tail light came out? Could/would it have been on a PA?
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