Great guys!?? Thanks for the info...I was dead on right with
my assumptions what to-not to do.
-Yes I have both manuals bought from fellow on eBay.?? One
is a restoration guide and other looks to be a copy of factory
-I am an ASE Certified Mechanic, ran a restoration shop
about 20 years.?? My main forte was German cars.?? Was burned
out, sold the shop and most everything about 5 years ago but
now getting back into doing some stuff for MYSELF.?? So I have
the skills but as you know with every new model, make you
venture into there is tricks, tips, dos and don'ts you MUST
learn.?? I have ZERO of that knowledge on Crosleys but will
learn it all in a very short time.
That is what is so great about the internet and these type
forums AND having a great club base for the model and make.??
The VW groups I am in are very friendly and THAT is what I
also liked bout the Crosley group too!?? The atmosphere and
camaraderie at all the National meets I attended was
wonderful.?? Very nice, super helpful folks...and the cars are
Ok so going to be venturing forward here now that I have a
general idea of things?? I am going to order carb kit, tune up
parts, and try and maybe some tires on the way asap.?? I will
keep updating as I go along.?? I have a couple days free here
but then back to work I still need to get a hold of Butch
too...see what he thinks.??
Oh and on the parts, I recall two major vendors I think one
was Yankee and the other...??? One was run by one fellow and I
spoke with him on the phone..REAL nice guy seemed to have most
everything.?? Can't recall his name and business....was THAT
Yankee and the other Service maybe?