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  1. nomad? Do you need new hinges? Are yours...

    nomad?

    Do you need new hinges? Are yours missing? or ?
    Have you called one or more of those 'hinge manufacturers and asked?

    Alternative: Run a Wanted Ad for original Nomad hinges.. you'll...
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    Looks great Paul!~ certainly better than good...

    Looks great Paul!~ certainly better than good enough for me ... because if you make them 'too nice' to drive, then you've relegated the car to a 'display piece'... and if you can't drive them... ...
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    How to add images from your computer to your post...

    OK, try this:

    1. Open your post, and select 'GO TO ADVANCED' and it will give you more options in the selections above.
    2. In those selections you will see what appears to be a 'paperclip' (for...
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    I don't particularly like 'black interior cars',...

    I don't particularly like 'black interior cars', while some people ONLY like black interior cars! :)

    Some colors of paint had two 'std' interiors that could be ordered. In the case of colonial...
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    On a turquoise/ivory '57 Nomad, the dash/steering...

    On a turquoise/ivory '57 Nomad, the dash/steering wheel/garnish mldgs are turquoise. The door panels and seat covers are turquoise vinyl and black cloud cloth...

    If you have photographs of the...
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    I get stumped pretty often and have to go to my...

    I get stumped pretty often and have to go to my books! In fact, even more than I used to as I don't even know as much as I used to! :)

    Where are you located, nomad? and who is restoring the...
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    Thanks Tabasco! :) I judged at CCCI...

    Thanks Tabasco! :)

    I judged at CCCI International Conventions for years, but I guess I never judged an original restored 'regular' BelAir wagon... but I should have thought to check the Judging...
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    nomad: I cannot 'accurately' answer the question...

    nomad: I cannot 'accurately' answer the question for wagons. I was under the impression that a BelAir wagon and a Belair sedan would be outfited the same. I have a '57 sedan in two tone blue...
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    I think the difference between Nomads and other...

    I think the difference between Nomads and other BelAir wagons/sedans in 1957 was the different material used (not the color). Wagons/sedans used a cloth material in the headliner (but still color...
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    Assuming he is referring to a '57 model (per his...

    Assuming he is referring to a '57 model (per his signature), he is most likely referring to either the lower front fender repair patch (a common rust area on '57 models), or the area just in front of...
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    My understanding (from others) is that the...

    My understanding (from others) is that the curvature/length is different between trifive 'wagons' and Nomads, and the Nomad bars won't fit. If you just want the 'look', there is a possibiilty of...
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    Welcome Malachy! We're looking forward to...

    Welcome Malachy!

    We're looking forward to seeing and hearing more about your grandfather's '57 and the work you're doing to it..
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    Fantastic metalwork... as always with Robert!

    Fantastic metalwork... as always with Robert!
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    You're welcome, Paul... Glad it helped! (I...

    You're welcome, Paul... Glad it helped!

    (I make so many mistakes myself and have to change things, taht I had to figure that out a long time ago!).. :)
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    Wagon Crazy wrote: "So that's it for now....

    Wagon Crazy wrote:
    "So that's it for now. Nevermind this last pic of the bur[n]t wiring on my Husvarna dualsport motorcycle. Fried the brake light switch wiring...routed too close to the exhaust....
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    I'm in agreement with MarkM re 'would not heat a...

    I'm in agreement with MarkM re 'would not heat a new bearing to get it on... except for perhaps putting in the sun for awhile... :) certainly NO torch type heat...
  17. How about some photos of the tags and other...

    How about some photos of the tags and other 'differences', Harry... I don't think I've ever seen a Canadian built trifive here in the SE...
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    Tabasco, I've had a few of those brackets in...

    Tabasco,

    I've had a few of those brackets in my hand from several different cars, but I'm not recalling ever seeing a little 'tab' like is on one of yours. ??
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    Sticky: Sure looks like an old milk container like my...

    Sure looks like an old milk container like my grandparents use to fill up (from milking the cow) and set out for the milk truck to pick up.. :)
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    Photos of the forks you're questioning might help...

    Photos of the forks you're questioning might help someone to give you a response...?
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    The 'S' suffix was used in '57, 58, and 59 on 283...

    The 'S' suffix was used in '57, 58, and 59 on 283 ci engines in TRUCKS.

    It was also used in 1962, 63, and 64 Passenger cars (327/250 hp).

    The Application code tells you it was assembled in the...
  22. WElcome to the group, fastpu... If that...

    WElcome to the group, fastpu...

    If that coral/gray '55 Nomad was in my garage, I'd be taking a drive each and every day!~ :)
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    Thanks Brian, We have certainly had crazy...

    Thanks Brian, We have certainly had crazy weather (although our early spring weather is typically violent, but this year we've had TONS of rain to go along with it...

    We're doing fine, mostly...
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    Wow Brian, you're putting a lot of work into...

    Wow Brian, you're putting a lot of work into that car and it SHOWS... Nice work! :)
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    We look forward to hearing and seeing more...

    We look forward to hearing and seeing more 55Okie.. I'm curious what you meant by the 'C' package??
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