Re: What to do with my 1946 crosley?
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I have seen some pretty rough cars restored. I guess it depends on your desire to restore one. Floors and rockers are available through our vendors as are wiring harnesses although you can wire one yourself. Vendor contacts are on the club web page .
I would make one other suggestion and that is to join the Crosley auto club, come to the national meet and bring the car. You won't regret it.
On Apr 2, 2020 9:32 AM, "Raymond via groups.io" <raymondjbz@...> wrote:
I recently bought a 1946 crosley (cc46-2350) that 's in rough shape. It came with an engine in the car and 2 extra engines that are slightly different. One appears to be part of a generator and the other I'm not sure about but it has a hand crank and chain. My intent was to have some fun with the engines but I am wondering if the car can be restored. It has rust holes through the floor and the rocker panels are completely destroyed.
Does anyone make replacement rocker panels for these cars? Is there a list of parts suppliers? It's missing a multitude of parts and all the wiring is destroyed. Any info you guys can give me about this car will help me decide if I should try restoring it. Also, How do I know if the engine in the car is the original?
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