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Hi All! Having been a busy couple of months with unexpected things cropping up, I'm surprised at the progress I've been able to make on the Dodge project. Currently, the brake system is now fully completed including the vacuum pump and reservoir, and is ready for fluid and bleeding, the last of the fabrication has been done for the steering system, so now only the steering gear needs a few seals replaced, new hydraulic lines made up for the power assist system, and a steering column fabricated. With any luck, both these systems should be done by next week. I now need to start getting measurements together to take to a local driveshaft outfit and get that Detroit connected to the rear wheels! I have new pictures taken, but my main PC is dying a slow death, causing my Net publishing process to be sketchy at best. I'll continue to try getting updates put up ASAP.

- 1935 Ford 1/2 Ton Pickup and a 1933 Model BB 1 1/2 Ton Dually Stake Bed, both flathead V8s -


- Newest addition to the stall -- 1941 Dodge Cab-Over-Engine 1 1/2 Ton Dually Stake Bed flathead I6 -

Click here for several pages of photos taken during the rebuild process of the Detroit 4-53T Diesel that is going into the Dodge's chassis, and the conversion process of the Dodge itself. Also, a new Channel on YouTube for videos relating to this project and others on this web site is now located at: Enginenut5's YouTube Channel

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