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Offline six7390gt

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  • Name: Six
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« on: January 07, 2012, 12:45:23 PM »
Hi All,
Noob here. I'm delighted but nervous today. A good friend of mine has owned a 37 LaSalle for nearly 50 years. It was his daily driver for a long time, but is now mostly stored. He's asked me to rebuild the engine for him. I'm honored, and have rebuilt many engines over the years including one of his tractor engines. I was a Tool and Die maker for many years and I'm a perfectionist by nature. However, I know nothing about these beauties, and don't want to make any mistakes. Could someone point me towards some good info on these engines please?

Offline Steve Passmore

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  • Name: Steve Passmore - Sadly Deceased
Re: First Post
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2012, 02:59:26 PM »
Get yourself a 1937 workshop manual reprint, theres many on ebay.
Steve

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Offline C.R. Patton II

  • 1939 LaSalle C4D
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  • Motor City, Saguaro, Socal & Switzerland
Re: First Post
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2012, 04:14:06 PM »
Hello Mr. Moen

Fantastic to read that you are improving a LaSalle that is a daily driver. Contact the expert on those engines with ANY questions at 586-979-3181 after 10am EST. John Bertolone
All good men own a Cadillac but great gentlemen drive a LaSalle. That is the consequence of success.

 

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