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Re: VC Parts diagram/ info needed.

duffymt60 <duffymt60@aol.com>
 

Thank you to all.   & Merry Christmas ;)


Re: VC Parts diagram/ info needed.

jeff
 

Merry Christmas!  I found in my spare parts an original Crosley wheel mount.  It's rusty, bent and has a broken bolt.
But.....it can be fixed.
Yours for $10 plus $10 shipping out next week. 
Thanks
Jeff 

PayPal $20 to jeffalyon@... 





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Re: VC Parts diagram/ info needed.

Steve
 

The “continental” spare on my custom convertible uses a turned down 6” brake drum for the spare mount.  No one sees if they don’t look.  Only Paul Gorrell has noticed it.

 

 

From: Crosley-Gang@groups.io [mailto:Crosley-Gang@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jim Bollman
Sent: Thursday, December 24, 2020 9:58 AM
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io Notification
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] VC Parts diagram/ info needed.

 

Yes as best I can tell. Not a lot of extra FOR mounts laying outs around either. Since it is all hidden when the wheel/tire is mounted it isn’t that hard to make one that will work. I made the one for the Super Sports I redid in the 70s.



On Dec 24, 2020, at 10:47 AM, L.E. Hardee <hftsales@...> wrote:

 

Isn't the VC spare tire mount the same as on the Farm-O-Road?

 

On Thu, Dec 24, 2020 at 10:44 AM Butch via groups.io <butch46988=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

The VC wiring diagram is the same as the CD. It's in the Service Manual, listed as "with directional signals". I can't recall, and significant differences, if there are any.

Butch

On 12/24/2020 8:44 AM, Spock Arnold via groups.io wrote:

Suppliers have the spacer.  Spare tire mount will be tough to find a diagram on.  You may have to find someone who has one and borrow it to copy.  

On Dec 24, 2020 8:06 AM, "duffymt60 <duffymt60@...> via groups.io" <duffymt60@...> wrote:

I am looking for plans or diagrams for the following VC parts:

spare tire mount

Wood spacer for pail/license lamp 

I know I have seen these in old quarterlies, but not sure what issue

thanks.  Mike Duffy
duffymt60@...

 

Virus-free. www.avast.com

 

 

 


Re: VC Parts diagram/ info needed.

srwils
 

I just made a rear center light spacer for my VC. Attached is a drawing of what I made. After it was cut and drilled I tweaked that angle of the wedge on a sander to around 10 degrees to get the light to point straight out.

The spare tire bracket is a complicated stamping and would need to be machined from a block to look authentic. You could bend one into a simple "U" if just want something to hold the tire.



On Thursday, December 24, 2020, 10:58:14 AM EST, Jim Bollman <jim@...> wrote:


Yes as best I can tell. Not a lot of extra FOR mounts laying outs around either. Since it is all hidden when the wheel/tire is mounted it isn’t that hard to make one that will work. I made the one for the Super Sports I redid in the 70s.

On Dec 24, 2020, at 10:47 AM, L.E. Hardee <hftsales@...> wrote:

Isn't the VC spare tire mount the same as on the Farm-O-Road?

On Thu, Dec 24, 2020 at 10:44 AM Butch via groups.io <butch46988=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
The VC wiring diagram is the same as the CD. It's in the Service Manual, listed as "with directional signals". I can't recall, and significant differences, if there are any.

Butch

On 12/24/2020 8:44 AM, Spock Arnold via groups.io wrote:
Suppliers have the spacer.  Spare tire mount will be tough to find a diagram on.  You may have to find someone who has one and borrow it to copy.  
On Dec 24, 2020 8:06 AM, "duffymt60 <duffymt60@...> via groups.io" <duffymt60@...> wrote:
I am looking for plans or diagrams for the following VC parts:

spare tire mount

Wood spacer for pail/license lamp 

I know I have seen these in old quarterlies, but not sure what issue

thanks.  Mike Duffy
duffymt60@...

Virus-free. www.avast.com




Re: VC Parts diagram/ info needed.

Jim Bollman
 

Yes as best I can tell. Not a lot of extra FOR mounts laying outs around either. Since it is all hidden when the wheel/tire is mounted it isn’t that hard to make one that will work. I made the one for the Super Sports I redid in the 70s.

On Dec 24, 2020, at 10:47 AM, L.E. Hardee <hftsales@...> wrote:

Isn't the VC spare tire mount the same as on the Farm-O-Road?

On Thu, Dec 24, 2020 at 10:44 AM Butch via groups.io <butch46988=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
The VC wiring diagram is the same as the CD. It's in the Service Manual, listed as "with directional signals". I can't recall, and significant differences, if there are any.

Butch

On 12/24/2020 8:44 AM, Spock Arnold via groups.io wrote:
Suppliers have the spacer.  Spare tire mount will be tough to find a diagram on.  You may have to find someone who has one and borrow it to copy.  
On Dec 24, 2020 8:06 AM, "duffymt60 <duffymt60@...> via groups.io" <duffymt60@...> wrote:
I am looking for plans or diagrams for the following VC parts:

spare tire mount

Wood spacer for pail/license lamp 

I know I have seen these in old quarterlies, but not sure what issue

thanks.  Mike Duffy
duffymt60@...

Virus-free. www.avast.com




Re: VC Parts diagram/ info needed.

L.E. Hardee
 

Isn't the VC spare tire mount the same as on the Farm-O-Road?


On Thu, Dec 24, 2020 at 10:44 AM Butch via groups.io <butch46988=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
The VC wiring diagram is the same as the CD. It's in the Service Manual, listed as "with directional signals". I can't recall, and significant differences, if there are any.

Butch

On 12/24/2020 8:44 AM, Spock Arnold via groups.io wrote:
Suppliers have the spacer.  Spare tire mount will be tough to find a diagram on.  You may have to find someone who has one and borrow it to copy.  
On Dec 24, 2020 8:06 AM, "duffymt60 <duffymt60@...> via groups.io" <duffymt60@...> wrote:
I am looking for plans or diagrams for the following VC parts:

spare tire mount

Wood spacer for pail/license lamp 

I know I have seen these in old quarterlies, but not sure what issue

thanks.  Mike Duffy
duffymt60@...

Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: VC Parts diagram/ info needed.

Butch
 

The VC wiring diagram is the same as the CD. It's in the Service Manual, listed as "with directional signals". I can't recall, and significant differences, if there are any.

Butch

On 12/24/2020 8:44 AM, Spock Arnold via groups.io wrote:
Suppliers have the spacer.  Spare tire mount will be tough to find a diagram on.  You may have to find someone who has one and borrow it to copy.  
On Dec 24, 2020 8:06 AM, "duffymt60 <duffymt60@...> via groups.io" <duffymt60@...> wrote:
I am looking for plans or diagrams for the following VC parts:

spare tire mount

Wood spacer for pail/license lamp 

I know I have seen these in old quarterlies, but not sure what issue

thanks.  Mike Duffy
duffymt60@...

Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: VC Parts diagram/ info needed.

Spock Arnold
 

Suppliers have the spacer.  Spare tire mount will be tough to find a diagram on.  You may have to find someone who has one and borrow it to copy.  
On Dec 24, 2020 8:06 AM, "duffymt60 <duffymt60@...> via groups.io" <duffymt60@...> wrote:

I am looking for plans or diagrams for the following VC parts:

spare tire mount

Wood spacer for pail/license lamp 

I know I have seen these in old quarterlies, but not sure what issue

thanks.  Mike Duffy
duffymt60@...


VC Parts diagram/ info needed.

duffymt60 <duffymt60@aol.com>
 

I am looking for plans or diagrams for the following VC parts:

spare tire mount

Wood spacer for pail/license lamp 

I know I have seen these in old quarterlies, but not sure what issue

thanks.  Mike Duffy
duffymt60@...


Re: !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

David Reina
 

Hi Ken,

Just want to give a reminder.  If you rebuild your Tillotson you have to remove the emulsion tube before removing the top cover or else the tube gets bent.  You probably know this but I throw it out there just in case.

Dave
Brooklyn, NY



On Dec 23, 2020, at 9:01 PM, Ken Ballein <kballein@...> wrote:

All, 

Thanks for all the tips.  I did check the insulator on the bolt in distributor for the points.  Looked pretty iffy.  Took it apart and made a new insulator from similar gasket material.  Checked the coil and found it wired backwards.  Now the + wire goes to the points (positive ground).  Also found the ignition wire terminal nearly broken off.  Replaced it.

All good things to fix.  So far no change, except it seems to idle even better.

The gas is fresh, tank was dipped and coated, air dries for several days then filled with gas. 

I’ll try the timing as Jim suggested.  Haven’t  hooked up a tach yet.

 I do suspect the fuel line and/or the carb (Tillotson).  Already tried the Seafoam to no avail.

It will be a few days before I get back to it.

Thanks
Ken


On Dec 23, 2020, at 8:31 PM, Jim Bollman <Jim@...> wrote:

 A few things to go with the already suggested ideas.

If you're using gas with alcohol, anything old in the fuel system could shed crap that will mess up the carb including things in the carb. Old fuel lines are really bad about shading pieces of rubber as is the fuel pump diaphragm if the fuel pump hasn’t been rebuilt with alcohol resistant parts.

If it is a fuel problem and the carb isn’t completely plugged you might try some Sea Foam cars cleaner both sprayed in the carb and added to the fuel. It does miracles. If you have a Carter Carb, and have no experience rebuilding a carb, you may want to farm it out. If it is a Tillotson it is easier to rebuild but has a few tricks you need to know or you could ruin some parts taking it apart. Rebuilding kits and rebuilt carbs are available from our Crosley vendors. http://crosleyautoclub.com/PartsSuppliers.html

I have not used a timing light on a Crosley for over 40 years. Here is the way I set the timing. Set your points to the proper gap and connect a tachometer to your engine, I have an old Sears Dwell/Tach unit that I use. Start your Crosley and block or set your throttle for about 2000 rpm. Loosen the locking screw on the distributor and slowly turn back and forth till you maximize the rpm and tighten the distributor screw. You have now set the timing for best performance and economy. You have to do this at above 2000 rpm so that the mechanical advance is fully advanced.

Jim…

On Dec 23, 2020, at 4:44 PM, Ken Ballein <kballein@...> wrote:

Hi,

I've been working on my 52 Super Wagon.  It was stored since 1976.  I got it running, had the gas tank dipped and I coated with Red Coat.  I put all new brakes and rebuilt master cylinder.

It will only get up to 32 mph in 3rd gear.  Seems to lose power at about half throttle.  I just put a new 6v electric pump close to the tank (fused and through relay) running thru the mechanical pump, same exact problem, no difference at all.

I set timing by vacuum gauge, don't have a 6v timing light.

Do I need to pull the carb and clean it?  No fuel leaks, could the old rubber hose to the mechanical fuel pump be bad?  New plugs and points with seemingly good wires.

!st gear about 10 mph, second gear 20, third gear 32 mph.  

Just not sure what to do next.

Thanks,

Ken




Re: !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

crosleyshortsport
 

A couple things come to mind after reading your dilemma. You stated you have worked on the brakes. Jack up the car and be sure the brakes are not set too tight. Be sure they spin freely with very little drag. Also, pertaining to the fuel lines, be sure the rubber fuel lines are only being used as connectors between steel lines. The rubber connectors should not be more than three inches long. Longer lines can collapse. If you have not replaced the steel fuel line from the fuel pump to the fuel tank, I suggest to do so. A properly rebuilt original fuel pump will work fine. Let us know how you make out.   Jeffrey


On Wed, Dec 23, 2020, 8:31 PM Jim Bollman <Jim@...> wrote:
A few things to go with the already suggested ideas.

If you're using gas with alcohol, anything old in the fuel system could shed crap that will mess up the carb including things in the carb. Old fuel lines are really bad about shading pieces of rubber as is the fuel pump diaphragm if the fuel pump hasn’t been rebuilt with alcohol resistant parts.

If it is a fuel problem and the carb isn’t completely plugged you might try some Sea Foam cars cleaner both sprayed in the carb and added to the fuel. It does miracles. If you have a Carter Carb, and have no experience rebuilding a carb, you may want to farm it out. If it is a Tillotson it is easier to rebuild but has a few tricks you need to know or you could ruin some parts taking it apart. Rebuilding kits and rebuilt carbs are available from our Crosley vendors. http://crosleyautoclub.com/PartsSuppliers.html

I have not used a timing light on a Crosley for over 40 years. Here is the way I set the timing. Set your points to the proper gap and connect a tachometer to your engine, I have an old Sears Dwell/Tach unit that I use. Start your Crosley and block or set your throttle for about 2000 rpm. Loosen the locking screw on the distributor and slowly turn back and forth till you maximize the rpm and tighten the distributor screw. You have now set the timing for best performance and economy. You have to do this at above 2000 rpm so that the mechanical advance is fully advanced.

Jim…

On Dec 23, 2020, at 4:44 PM, Ken Ballein <kballein@...> wrote:

Hi,

I've been working on my 52 Super Wagon.  It was stored since 1976.  I got it running, had the gas tank dipped and I coated with Red Coat.  I put all new brakes and rebuilt master cylinder.

It will only get up to 32 mph in 3rd gear.  Seems to lose power at about half throttle.  I just put a new 6v electric pump close to the tank (fused and through relay) running thru the mechanical pump, same exact problem, no difference at all.

I set timing by vacuum gauge, don't have a 6v timing light.

Do I need to pull the carb and clean it?  No fuel leaks, could the old rubber hose to the mechanical fuel pump be bad?  New plugs and points with seemingly good wires.

!st gear about 10 mph, second gear 20, third gear 32 mph.  

Just not sure what to do next.

Thanks,

Ken



Re: !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

Ken Ballein
 

All, 

Thanks for all the tips.  I did check the insulator on the bolt in distributor for the points.  Looked pretty iffy.  Took it apart and made a new insulator from similar gasket material.  Checked the coil and found it wired backwards.  Now the + wire goes to the points (positive ground).  Also found the ignition wire terminal nearly broken off.  Replaced it.

All good things to fix.  So far no change, except it seems to idle even better.

The gas is fresh, tank was dipped and coated, air dries for several days then filled with gas. 

I’ll try the timing as Jim suggested.  Haven’t  hooked up a tach yet.

 I do suspect the fuel line and/or the carb (Tillotson).  Already tried the Seafoam to no avail.

It will be a few days before I get back to it.

Thanks
Ken


On Dec 23, 2020, at 8:31 PM, Jim Bollman <Jim@...> wrote:

 A few things to go with the already suggested ideas.

If you're using gas with alcohol, anything old in the fuel system could shed crap that will mess up the carb including things in the carb. Old fuel lines are really bad about shading pieces of rubber as is the fuel pump diaphragm if the fuel pump hasn’t been rebuilt with alcohol resistant parts.

If it is a fuel problem and the carb isn’t completely plugged you might try some Sea Foam cars cleaner both sprayed in the carb and added to the fuel. It does miracles. If you have a Carter Carb, and have no experience rebuilding a carb, you may want to farm it out. If it is a Tillotson it is easier to rebuild but has a few tricks you need to know or you could ruin some parts taking it apart. Rebuilding kits and rebuilt carbs are available from our Crosley vendors. http://crosleyautoclub.com/PartsSuppliers.html

I have not used a timing light on a Crosley for over 40 years. Here is the way I set the timing. Set your points to the proper gap and connect a tachometer to your engine, I have an old Sears Dwell/Tach unit that I use. Start your Crosley and block or set your throttle for about 2000 rpm. Loosen the locking screw on the distributor and slowly turn back and forth till you maximize the rpm and tighten the distributor screw. You have now set the timing for best performance and economy. You have to do this at above 2000 rpm so that the mechanical advance is fully advanced.

Jim…

On Dec 23, 2020, at 4:44 PM, Ken Ballein <kballein@...> wrote:

Hi,

I've been working on my 52 Super Wagon.  It was stored since 1976.  I got it running, had the gas tank dipped and I coated with Red Coat.  I put all new brakes and rebuilt master cylinder.

It will only get up to 32 mph in 3rd gear.  Seems to lose power at about half throttle.  I just put a new 6v electric pump close to the tank (fused and through relay) running thru the mechanical pump, same exact problem, no difference at all.

I set timing by vacuum gauge, don't have a 6v timing light.

Do I need to pull the carb and clean it?  No fuel leaks, could the old rubber hose to the mechanical fuel pump be bad?  New plugs and points with seemingly good wires.

!st gear about 10 mph, second gear 20, third gear 32 mph.  

Just not sure what to do next.

Thanks,

Ken



Re: !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

Jim Bollman
 

A few things to go with the already suggested ideas.

If you're using gas with alcohol, anything old in the fuel system could shed crap that will mess up the carb including things in the carb. Old fuel lines are really bad about shading pieces of rubber as is the fuel pump diaphragm if the fuel pump hasn’t been rebuilt with alcohol resistant parts.

If it is a fuel problem and the carb isn’t completely plugged you might try some Sea Foam cars cleaner both sprayed in the carb and added to the fuel. It does miracles. If you have a Carter Carb, and have no experience rebuilding a carb, you may want to farm it out. If it is a Tillotson it is easier to rebuild but has a few tricks you need to know or you could ruin some parts taking it apart. Rebuilding kits and rebuilt carbs are available from our Crosley vendors. http://crosleyautoclub.com/PartsSuppliers.html

I have not used a timing light on a Crosley for over 40 years. Here is the way I set the timing. Set your points to the proper gap and connect a tachometer to your engine, I have an old Sears Dwell/Tach unit that I use. Start your Crosley and block or set your throttle for about 2000 rpm. Loosen the locking screw on the distributor and slowly turn back and forth till you maximize the rpm and tighten the distributor screw. You have now set the timing for best performance and economy. You have to do this at above 2000 rpm so that the mechanical advance is fully advanced.

Jim…

On Dec 23, 2020, at 4:44 PM, Ken Ballein <kballein@...> wrote:

Hi,

I've been working on my 52 Super Wagon.  It was stored since 1976.  I got it running, had the gas tank dipped and I coated with Red Coat.  I put all new brakes and rebuilt master cylinder.

It will only get up to 32 mph in 3rd gear.  Seems to lose power at about half throttle.  I just put a new 6v electric pump close to the tank (fused and through relay) running thru the mechanical pump, same exact problem, no difference at all.

I set timing by vacuum gauge, don't have a 6v timing light.

Do I need to pull the carb and clean it?  No fuel leaks, could the old rubber hose to the mechanical fuel pump be bad?  New plugs and points with seemingly good wires.

!st gear about 10 mph, second gear 20, third gear 32 mph.  

Just not sure what to do next.

Thanks,

Ken



Re: !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

Dennis Terdy
 

Simple question-how old is your gas?

On Wed, Dec 23, 2020 at 3:44 PM Ken Ballein <kballein@...> wrote:

Hi,

I've been working on my 52 Super Wagon.  It was stored since 1976.  I got it running, had the gas tank dipped and I coated with Red Coat.  I put all new brakes and rebuilt master cylinder.

It will only get up to 32 mph in 3rd gear.  Seems to lose power at about half throttle.  I just put a new 6v electric pump close to the tank (fused and through relay) running thru the mechanical pump, same exact problem, no difference at all.

I set timing by vacuum gauge, don't have a 6v timing light.

Do I need to pull the carb and clean it?  No fuel leaks, could the old rubber hose to the mechanical fuel pump be bad?  New plugs and points with seemingly good wires.

!st gear about 10 mph, second gear 20, third gear 32 mph.  

Just not sure what to do next.

Thanks,

Ken


Re: !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

Steve
 

I would echo that sentiment as well.  Before rebuilding my carbs, my cars would get up to around 30 and then just about stall out.  Had to run half choke to keep them running and get back home.  Any fuel left sitting in a carb for any extended period of time will cause varnish to build up and clog passages in the carb.  I live where ethanol is added to all fuels.  It is especially notorious for causing carb problems on small engines. 

 

From: Crosley-Gang@groups.io [mailto:Crosley-Gang@groups.io] On Behalf Of Brett Wright
Sent: Wednesday, December 23, 2020 5:11 PM
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

 

If nothing has been done to that carb since 1972, I would definitely disassemble it, clean everything and rebuild it. 

Brett Wright

CEO

Wright Construction Co., Inc.



On Dec 23, 2020, at 4:44 PM, Ken Ballein via groups.io <kballein@...> wrote:



Hi,

I've been working on my 52 Super Wagon.  It was stored since 1976.  I got it running, had the gas tank dipped and I coated with Red Coat.  I put all new brakes and rebuilt master cylinder.

It will only get up to 32 mph in 3rd gear.  Seems to lose power at about half throttle.  I just put a new 6v electric pump close to the tank (fused and through relay) running thru the mechanical pump, same exact problem, no difference at all.

I set timing by vacuum gauge, don't have a 6v timing light.

Do I need to pull the carb and clean it?  No fuel leaks, could the old rubber hose to the mechanical fuel pump be bad?  New plugs and points with seemingly good wires.

!st gear about 10 mph, second gear 20, third gear 32 mph.  

Just not sure what to do next.

Thanks,

Ken


Re: !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

L.E. Hardee
 

Back when I was a stupid teenager, I got my 13 year old 52 wagon to have the speedometer pointer to be bouncing off the pin just past 70mph.  BTW I was riding on the original worn 1952 Goodyear Super Cushion tires.  The car was doing the slow bounce just like an airplane does just before it leaves the runway.


On Wed, Dec 23, 2020 at 6:02 PM Steve <brawnybug@...> wrote:
I've had my Crofton Bug up to 45 and it has a 6.13 rear axle. 



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-------- Original message --------
Date: 12/23/20 4:52 PM (GMT-06:00)
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

I also have a 52 super wagon.  What is a reasonable top speed to expect?  I have gotten mine to a little over 40, but I just about have to use a calendar to time it.


Re: !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

Brett Wright
 

If nothing has been done to that carb since 1972, I would definitely disassemble it, clean everything and rebuild it. 

Brett Wright
CEO
Wright Construction Co., Inc.

On Dec 23, 2020, at 4:44 PM, Ken Ballein via groups.io <kballein@...> wrote:



Hi,

I've been working on my 52 Super Wagon.  It was stored since 1976.  I got it running, had the gas tank dipped and I coated with Red Coat.  I put all new brakes and rebuilt master cylinder.

It will only get up to 32 mph in 3rd gear.  Seems to lose power at about half throttle.  I just put a new 6v electric pump close to the tank (fused and through relay) running thru the mechanical pump, same exact problem, no difference at all.

I set timing by vacuum gauge, don't have a 6v timing light.

Do I need to pull the carb and clean it?  No fuel leaks, could the old rubber hose to the mechanical fuel pump be bad?  New plugs and points with seemingly good wires.

!st gear about 10 mph, second gear 20, third gear 32 mph.  

Just not sure what to do next.

Thanks,

Ken


Re: !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

fred@...
 
Edited

If your Crosley is running well and steering, brakes, shocks are good, you should be able to top 65 MPH.  You may not want to if any other cars are around though.  My dead stock '49 Hotshot gives up a little after 65, our old '47 PU with a fresh motor would top 70.  Modified Crosleys can get quite a bit more speed if you can handle it.


Re: !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

Steve
 

I've had my Crofton Bug up to 45 and it has a 6.13 rear axle. 



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-------- Original message --------
From: dpaananen52@...
Date: 12/23/20 4:52 PM (GMT-06:00)
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

I also have a 52 super wagon.  What is a reasonable top speed to expect?  I have gotten mine to a little over 40, but I just about have to use a calendar to time it.


Re: !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

Steve
 

I've had mine to over 50. Wife was following and she confirmed. Accused me of trying to blow the engine. 



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-------- Original message --------
From: dpaananen52@...
Date: 12/23/20 4:52 PM (GMT-06:00)
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] !952 Super Wagon 32 mph top speed?

I also have a 52 super wagon.  What is a reasonable top speed to expect?  I have gotten mine to a little over 40, but I just about have to use a calendar to time it.

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