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USING A SET OF HEM ROLLS:

This video gives instruction on the proper use of the Mittler Bros. Hem Step Roll Set. This easy, three-step process creates hem rolls approximately 1/4″ deep on steel or aluminum up to .040″ thick without marring pre-painted aluminum. Rolls are available in HEAT-TREATED STEEL or COMBO STEEL & NYLATRON.

PUNCHING JUST A HOLE WITH A SET OF PUNCH AND FLARES:
 

In this video you just drill a pilot hole for the draw bolt, then apply the tool and tighten the bolt for a smooth, flared or beaded hole in one easy step. Punch hole only by removing female flare ring and use punch and die. Easliy mounts in our Bench Presses.

 
 
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115 MPH ………………Yea Right!

The Davis was first introduced in 1947 by Glenn Gordon “Gary”  Davis in the United States of America. Just after World War II, Davis bought a small racing car that had been converted into a 3-wheeler and named the “Californian”.   Believing it would make a good economy vehicle Davis built his first prototype which he nicknamed “Baby” (or Davis D-1). The second Davis prototype D-2, (or Davis “Delta”) was also built in 1947. From 1948 the Davis Motor Company then produced 11 Divan models that all featured a removable top. 

The Davis is possibly the largest production 3-wheeler ever made being 14 feet in length and wide enough to sit four adults abreast. It was powered by a 2,600cc four-cylinder Continental engine (whilst the first two prototypes used a Hercules engine) and had an aluminium body that was attached directly to a steel chassis with normal cushion body mounts. Davis also produced a military 3-wheeler that used the same chassis and was in effect a 3-wheeled jeep.  It is not know for certain but it is believed that only two of these were made. In total only 17 Davis vehicles were made of which a number still exist in the United States. 
 
 
 The 5th Davis that was made was later shipped to the Reliant Motor Company in Tamworth (UK) for “engineering evaluation” and upon its return, never actually left the UK. The Customs Officers demanded that the customs bond be paid for the car to be sent back to America. At the time the company who owned the rights to manufacture the car were not willing/able to pay for return shipment and as Reliant did not want to pay the customs bond, Reliant was required to  “destroy the car under the eyes of the customs agents.”  Davis ceased production in 1949.


The worlds greasiest car show gets a new location in 2010. Decatur,
Illinois will never be the same. See the history making first year at the
new location as well as the Friday night pre party. Typically when a
show outgrows locations, there is a bit of drama with the new venue.
Not this year! The Chrome Czars, the host car club based in Chicago,
did an amazing job of making the transition to Decatur. Cars that had
never been seen at the Pile Up were out in force to embrace the new
site. About 1,000 cars made the trek from coast to coast. Check out
the new tradition being started at the 9th Annual Hunnert Car Pile Up.

Music By:The Honeybees, The Dyes, .357 Sting Band, The
Cavestompers!, The Krank Daddies, The Insanitizers, and more!

Bonus: Slide show with Photography courtesy Dennis
Mothershed/Victory Performance Parts

www.vintagetorque.com


       In my opinion the ’59 wasn’t designed for someone to walk away from a head on crash. The crumple zone on the ’09 absorbed most of the impact energy and wrecked the car, limiting the damage to just the front half, and keeping it out of the occupant area. The ’59 wasn’t designed to crumple, so the entire car is involved in absorbing the impact energy. Since there is no plan for the energy it deforms the entire car, including the cabin.


         This unique “3 Finger” design box & pan brake  incorporates moveable fingers on the bed and apron, as well as the usual upper fingers. This new design allows the operator to make bend combinations that were extremely difficult, if not impossible, in the past.

Unit Ships Standard with: 1″, 2″, 3″, 6″, 12″, 24″  Upper Fingers,  Bed Fingers,  and Apron (leaf) Angles.

 

Click Here For Details -> Box & Pan Break $2950.00

1955 Ford Crown Victoria Commercial

Posted: December 7, 2010 in Video