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    This Year's Christmas Cards

    Because friends and family know me as an over-the-top old car enthusiast, my wife usually chooses a card with an auto in the scene. Here's this year's car/card. I told her I loved it. She asked me what kind of car it was. When I told her the make and model, she accused me of making the name up. I'm pretty certain this will bring a smile to this group.

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    Re: This Year's Christmas Cards

    Very nice! Morris Monor, right?
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    Re: This Year's Christmas Cards

    Am I correct in remembering that the master cylinder was inside the frame rail? What a despicable thing to work on, especially under a flat rate book.
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    Re: This Year's Christmas Cards

    I had one, the family loved it. Beautiful card.

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    Re: This Year's Christmas Cards

    Quote Originally Posted by bobhustead View Post
    Am I correct in remembering that the master cylinder was inside the frame rail? What a despicable thing to work on, especially under a flat rate book.
    Bob
    Yes, you are correct. M/C is in the frame rail. There is reasonable access, but still a pain.

    Very nice card choice. Correct color as well (but then my bias is well known).
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    Re: This Year's Christmas Cards

    My daughter had a beautiful calendar made up with her bird photos at Costco. $9.95 each. She also made up some coffee cups there. Amazing. If you have some car photos, check out Costco. I'm sure they have cards also.

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    Re: This Year's Christmas Cards

    Quote Originally Posted by bobhustead View Post
    Am I correct in remembering that the master cylinder was inside the frame rail? What a despicable thing to work on, especially under a flat rate book.
    Bob
    Same for most Nash, Hudson, and AMC of the '40s and '50s. Not pleasant!
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    Re: This Year's Christmas Cards

    My 52 IH has the master cylinder inside the frame rail, it isn't difficult to access though, nothing on it is.
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