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  • 29 Nov 2018 12:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hi, my name is Tony Schapendonk, long time member.

    I would like to create a new post about the process of installing an electrical fuel pump in parallel with a mechanical one.

    There was an article in the VDC magazine some years ago, but I cannot find it.

    I have a 1932 Hillman Wizard which has a mechanical fuel pump and an updraft carby which is unreliable.

    The carby fuel evaporates pretty quickly, and I have to manually fill it before starting, or have to crank it over a lot before the bowl fills.

    Has anyone successfully put an electrical one in parallel.

    I understand one of the problems can be putting pressure on the mechanical diaphragm, and getting into the crankcase.


    Tony Schapendonk

  • 24 Sep 2018 3:23 PM | Anonymous member

    If anyone can help me , I am after a radio to suit a 50's model Chev. It does not need to be working as I only need it to fill the space the original radio used to be.

    Regards Richard Osborne

  • 18 May 2018 1:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Wanted to purchase

    Two front wheels to suit a 1927 Chevrolet 1.5 tonne truck

    Useable condition, or restorable

    Please Contact

    Eric Schultz

    Young Mens Shed

    Charters Towers  Queensland

    M 0400 191 386


  • 05 Apr 2018 9:33 AM | Anonymous member



    pls phone Val on  03 9744 3645.or email valentinobugeja@gmail.com

  • 29 Dec 2017 4:11 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)



    Rear Trunk Carrier 

    Complete, to suit 

    1925 DODGE TOURER.


    Norm Simmons, 

    Mob 0438558787


  • 11 Sep 2017 1:29 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Passenger side rear knee action shock absorber for a 1936 Dodge

    Contact John Bulmer M   0408 225 179

  • 13 Jun 2017 3:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Wanted- To complete engine rebuild on 1925 Oldsmobile 30c Camshaft, Camshaft retainer ring, Timing cover, Oil pump (gears and housing) Generator, Water pump (Housing and impeller)

    Contact James Dunshea 0457609999 or jamesdunshea@gmail.com

  • 26 Apr 2017 3:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)



    A month or two ago Doug Stevenson organised a run to view the collection of Roger and Ann Gibbs at Yea. It was a good run and the collection was very interesting. The highlight for me was Roger’s explanation of many of the items in the collection and the reason for them being there. I would have to say that Roger certainly has the gift of the gabb.

    One part of Roger’s talk involved a discussion of the lion that appears on the Holden body badge. At this point Lindsay Truman commented on the fact that the lion should always look forwards so that there are right and left handed badges. 

    Here is a photo of one of each. The upper photo is the badge from the 1930 Oakland sedan I bought in 1971. (I still have the car and still intend to restore it.) 

    The lower badge is one that I was given for the “restored” sedan that I bought in 2003 as the badge was missing. Unfortunately it is meant for the other side of the car and looks backwards from the right side of this car. 

    If anyone has a spare badge like the upper photo and could spare it I would like to hear from you.

    Hugh Venables   Mob: 0415 945 714

  • 08 Mar 2017 6:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    A complete Stromberg Carburettor Model No AAV-26

    George Simmons   0417 616 626

  • 15 Feb 2017 5:06 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Cylinder head for a Model 77 Chrysler

    Casting numbers 303 288-1  Silver dome  It has a thermostat female point

    The distributor passes through the centre the same as a model  65 Chrysler

    If you can help

     Contact Ray Smith    T 03  95283829  

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