Vacuum Advance Rebuilding by Terrill Machine

Started by John Washburn CLC 1067, November 22, 2012, 05:20:37 PM

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John Washburn CLC 1067

Folks,

The attachment, from Terrill Machine, shows what they charge for a rebuild of a vacuum advance and the time they take to do so.

john washburn
John Washburn
CLC #1067
1937 LaSalle Coupe
1938 6519F Series Imperial Sedan
1949 62 Series 4 Door
1949 60 Special Fleetwood
1953 Coupe DeVille
1956 Coupe DeVille
1992 Eldorado Touring Coupe America Cup Series

John Washburn CLC 1067

John Washburn
CLC #1067
1937 LaSalle Coupe
1938 6519F Series Imperial Sedan
1949 62 Series 4 Door
1949 60 Special Fleetwood
1953 Coupe DeVille
1956 Coupe DeVille
1992 Eldorado Touring Coupe America Cup Series

D.Yaros

I used them to rebuild mine ('55 CDV).  I don't believe my turnaround time was 3 wks?  Highly recommend them!
Dave Yaros
CLC #25195
55 Coupe de Ville
92 Allante
62 Olds  

You will find me on the web @:
http://GDYNets.atwebpages.com  -Dave's Den
http://graylady.atwebpages.com -'55 CDV site
http://www.freewebs.com/jeandaveyaros  -Saved 62 (Oldsmobile) Web Site
The home of Car Collector Chronicles.  A  monthly GDYNets newsletter focusing on classic car collecting.
http://www.scribd.com/D_Yaros/

Alan Harris CLC#1513

I have used them a few times for fuel pumps and was very pleased.