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1925 Buick Standard Six Four Passenger Coupe


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Old 12-12-2017, 12:31:20 PM
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Finished cleaning up the engine compartment,Replaced all plastic covered wires with woven. Tucked modern coil and gen. cutout under dash (where they were originally) ,sourced a new fan belt, had the missing oil can bracket made,and installed correct valve and side cover fasteners.I have the carb preheater valve but don't plan on installing it at this point. Purists will also point out that the engine color is not quite correct.I expect that perhaps when the car was restored over 40 years ago that this is all that was available.
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Don't let purists sway you.
Leaving the preheater disconnected is a good idea if you plan on running it instead of looking at it.......
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