I got a trans from somebody on this list and it was exactly as he said
it was. The only bummer was it was for a 55/1 AD and I have an enclosed
driveline. I was thinking all AD ½ tons were inclosed. My fault
completely, because I didn't look into this close enough. I got a shirt
was was impressed with it a lot. I almost got some brake drums from
somebody on the Napco list and it paid off this time, I asked again what
the drums fit. Good thing I did, they were for a TF, not a an AD and at
a good price, too. Oh, well. Will I ever buy stuff from other members?
You bet. I might not have gotten what I needed, but I made 3 mores
friends. It's a small risk I am willing to take. Hey, maybe something
bad happened to that dude. I sure hope not.
"Edward T. Dingo" wrote:
> Ok, group, our consensus (wife's and mine) is...
> 275 bucks isn't chicken feed, it's serious money.
> You wrote a decent letter (as yet no reply, correct?)
> And it IS deer season, at least here in Mich., give the person a bit
> more time.
> As the wife said, and was mentioned here also, all we have here is our
> trust in
> each other. For advice, parts, even T-shirts (no offense John!) If one
> cannot be
> trusted, or taken at his/her word, what else is left? If this person
> lists something we might need for our '57 3100, we would like to know
> sending any money on to him, regardless of the price of said part. Miq
> might be
> going into uncharted waters if he does the job of middleman. If he
> chooses to do
> so, more power to him!
> Bottom line; if unresolved satisfactorily, let all know. Just as name
> of a
> "shady" vendor should be known to all. Our 4 cents...her 2 and my 2.
> Ed and Sue in Mich.
> '57 3100
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
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