Date   
Re: headliners

"no_haggle" <no_haggle@...>
 

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "Jim_Bollman" <Jim@B...> wrote:
What was the ball park cost to get a headliner made?

Jim...

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "no_haggle" <no_haggle@y...> wrote:
I had a headliner made for my 52 s/w by an upholstery place in
Wash.
state He
Hi Jim, I talked to Ron at autoupholsterykits.com today and he said
the price on the headliner kit was $125 Another item That came with
the headliner was two V shaped boxes with sides. Possibly, they fit
in doors with slider windows. Mine are roll up.

Re: Digest Number 20

Papajaks@...
 

Brake cables!

"mrcooby" <x779@...>
 

Yesterday I learned my '48 CC Station Wagon's brake cables are stretched beyond further usefulness.

Both Dave Edwards Crosley Parts and Service Motors are currently out-of-stock on these cables. (It looks like my existing housings are reuseable, though.)

So: any cables for sale out there, or sources for made-up cables?
And how long exactly should new cables be?

Thanks!

Enjoy the weekend.

Lou

Re: headliners

Jim Bollman <Jim@...>
 

Sounds like a fair price. Are you happy with the quality and how it matches the original? I have no idea what the "two V shaped boxes with sides" are used for. How large are these V shaped boxes?

Jim...

Re: crosley farmoroad

Jim Bollman <Jim@...>
 

To come up with a price or even get advise on what it is worth you have to be more complete in your description. Look at the condition of the parts. Figure out if any of the hard to find parts are missing. Are any of the accessories included?

Some major things to look for that are unique to the FarmOroad that may be hard to find if they are missing. Windshield with brackets, 4:1 transfer case, rear end, drive shaft and steering gear, Accessories that would increase the value could include any of the farm attachments, front or rear PTO, dual wheels, hydraulics (engine pump and rear draw bar cylinder with control valve), front draw bar, top bows, and the bed (yes the bed was an optional accessory).

I probably left out out some things but it is a start.

Jim...

Re: Stretched brake cables

"dccrosley" <Crosleydc@...>
 

Lou,I think the use of common cable adjusters will get your brakes
working again.They are available at any good hardware store.I've also
seen them at places like AutoZone,Advance auto parts and places like
that.Cheap too!

Dave.

new member

"jonathan davis" <fiat103d@...>
 

HI
I AM VERY INTERESTED IN CROSLEYS AND HAVE BEEN WANTING ONE FOR YEARS.I COULD NEVER FIND ONE CHEAP ENOUGH SO IF ANYONE HAS A CHEAP RESTORABLE OF ANY MODEL CROSLEY I WOULD APRECIATE IT.I AM HAPPY TO BE A MEMBER OF THIS GROUP.
THANKS
JON


_________________________________________________________________
Chat with friends online, try MSN Messenger: http://messenger.msn.com

Re: new member

"wally_48329" <wally_48329@...>
 

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "jonathan davis" <fiat103d@h...> wrote:
nothing for sale, just a welcome to the club. maybe we will meet in
ohio. wally
HI
I AM VERY INTERESTED IN CROSLEYS AND HAVE BEEN WANTING ONE FOR
YEARS.I
COULD NEVER FIND ONE CHEAP ENOUGH SO IF ANYONE HAS A CHEAP
RESTORABLE OF ANY
MODEL CROSLEY I WOULD APRECIATE IT.I AM HAPPY TO BE A MEMBER OF
THIS GROUP.
THANKS
JON


_________________________________________________________________
Chat with friends online, try MSN Messenger:
http://messenger.msn.com

Re: Looking at New Home for Online Club

Leonard407@...
 

I would certainly be willing to pay, as I really don't think I will ever get
used to the now club messaging system. Steve aka Klownskar

Re: Looking at New Home for Online Club

lftrn97@...
 

yes...willing to pa a fee equal to a club mag subscription...$10-15/year.

Jim Murphy

Re: Looking at New Home for Online Club

Crosleydc@...
 

I'm in for it.keep us posted ,Dave #999

Re: Looking at New Home for Online Club

Dancerjohn@...
 

Jim:

I have to defer to your good judgment, so if you think it would be better you
can count me in.

John

Looking at New Home for Online Club

"Jim_Bollman" <Jim@...>
 

I'm looking into a new home for our online club. Would you be willing
to pay a small $3-10/year fee for a site with no ads but the ones we
post. Hopefully a simpler registration and posting process. It isn't
completely up and running yet but pretty much all the services we use
on Yahoo could be made available including email but no ads mailed to
the email, group chats, photo albums, 1 to 1 chats, private message
boxes for members, calendar, etc.

I'm trying to get a deal so at least some level could remain free.
Just looking into some feedback to see if I should go forward or not.

Jim...

Re: Looking at New Home for Online Club

"ealimke" <ealimke@...>
 

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "Jim_Bollman" <Jim@B...> wrote:
I'm looking into a new home for our online club. Would you be
willing
to pay a small $3-10/year fee for a site with no ads but the ones
we
post. Hopefully a simpler registration and posting process. It
isn't
completely up and running yet but pretty much all the services we
use
on Yahoo could be made available including email but no ads mailed
to
the email, group chats, photo albums, 1 to 1 chats, private message
boxes for members, calendar, etc.

I'm trying to get a deal so at least some level could remain free.
Just looking into some feedback to see if I should go forward or
not.

Jim... Yes for me Jim ED #1407 L

Re: Looking at New Home for Online Club

"ealimke" <ealimke@...>
 

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "Jim_Bollman" <Jim@B...> wrote:
I'm looking into a new home for our online club. Would you be
willing
to pay a small $3-10/year fee for a site with no ads but the ones
we
post. Hopefully a simpler registration and posting process. It
isn't
completely up and running yet but pretty much all the services we
use
on Yahoo could be made available including email but no ads mailed
to
the email, group chats, photo albums, 1 to 1 chats, private message
boxes for members, calendar, etc.

I'm trying to get a deal so at least some level could remain free.
Just looking into some feedback to see if I should go forward or
not.

Jim... Yes for me Jim ED #1407 L

Re: Looking at New Home for Online Club

"ealimke" <ealimke@...>
 

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "Jim_Bollman" <Jim@B...> wrote:
I'm looking into a new home for our online club. Would you be
willing
to pay a small $3-10/year fee for a site with no ads but the ones
we
post. Hopefully a simpler registration and posting process. It
isn't
completely up and running yet but pretty much all the services we
use
on Yahoo could be made available including email but no ads mailed
to
the email, group chats, photo albums, 1 to 1 chats, private message
boxes for members, calendar, etc.

I'm trying to get a deal so at least some level could remain free.
Just looking into some feedback to see if I should go forward or
not.

Jim... Yes for me Jim ED #1407 L

Re: Looking at New Home for Online Club

"bltlar" <bltlar@...>
 

YES, Most def. Larry L. Taylor bltlar@...

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "Jim_Bollman" <Jim@B...> wrote:
I'm looking into a new home for our online club. Would you be
willing
to pay a small $3-10/year fee for a site with no ads but the ones we
post. Hopefully a simpler registration and posting process. It
isn't
completely up and running yet but pretty much all the services we
use
on Yahoo could be made available including email but no ads mailed
to
the email, group chats, photo albums, 1 to 1 chats, private message
boxes for members, calendar, etc.

I'm trying to get a deal so at least some level could remain free.
Just looking into some feedback to see if I should go forward or
not.

Jim...

New Club?

"mrcooby" <x779@...>
 

I guess I don't understand the reasoning behind forming another club.
Regarding the advertising that keeps our Club free: it's easy to scroll past it.
(And there might even be an ad for something we all need!)
I'm kind of surprised to be the only voice against it so far, because I believe YahooGroups offers all the features here I think we need. Thanks.

Lou

Re: New Club?

carlo airdo <airdo@...>
 

HI, I agree with 'mrcooby' . We have everything we had before and I
like having the ads come through my e-mail. (Which we would lose) A
dollar here and a dollar there , all adds up.

mrcooby wrote:

I guess I don't understand the reasoning behind forming another club.

Regarding the advertising that keeps our Club free: it's easy to
scroll past it.
(And there might even be an ad for something we all need!)
I'm kind of surprised to be the only voice against it so far, because
I believe YahooGroups offers all the features here I think we need.
Thanks.

Lou


Yahoo! Groups Sponsor
ADVERTISEMENT
[Click Here!]


To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
Crosley_Gang-unsubscribe@...



Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service.

New Club

"johnniemann1999" <johnniemann1999@...>
 

Jim I think your idea is a good one, made when I move from one
message to another I will not get advertising.
Good luck John Niemann