Re: engine rebuilding

ray tooley

Congratulations good for you I am actively looking for a Hotshot so I'm going to need some work done I will let you know

On Fri, Aug 21, 2020 at 10:04 AM, Richard Schaffer
<rnaschaffer@...> wrote:

Barry   About 3 or 4 years ago, I brought you the engine from my FOR that had TOO MUCH oil pressure.  You tries to remove the ball and spring from the pressure relief valve, but no you devised a jig to bore in from the opposite end to get to the part and fix the problem.  Been perfect ever since.   I really missed the FOR and last summer, I bought the FOR back !  The seller is a great guy and has about 25 vehicles in his collection, to include the FOR and a 1954 International cab on a 1 ton Ford chassis with Diesel.   BTW  did you ever install the Packard in a Stude truck --I think that is what you were panning when you repaired my FO

Enjoy your retirement and remember you are RETIRED.   Everything does NOT have to be done today.  I have been retired many years and think that factor is one thing that has kept me healthy.

Regards   Dick  Schaffer ( I spent my first 11 years on south 4th St in Coplay!.)

On 8/21/2020 7:56 AM, BARRY SEEL <CROSLEY19@...> via wrote:
I have finally retired from driving tractor trailer, and will be rebuilding Crosley engines once more. I also rebuild transmissions, repair water temp gauges, and supply complete Hotshot and Farm-O-Road windshield assemblies. crosley19@...

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