HOW TO  : |  Install Belt Molding  |  Install Sunvisor top material |  Install Window Glass  |  Pull an Engine  |  Pick Rebuildable Shocks |  Remove the gas gauge |  Remove broken studs |  Make repop fenders fit |  Start a Model A |  Fit Main Bearings  |  Straighten Wheels|

QUESTIONS   |  Are Modifications needed? |  Find Engine and body numbers-VIN? |  Where to Start  |

REBUILD  : |  Mid 28 Transmission  |  Multi Disc Clutch  |

ORIGINAL  : |   Accessories  Mid 1928 |  Backing Plates |  Bolts and Nuts |  Canadian Features |   Carburetors |  Little parts (clips etc) |   Early 1928 Features |   Fans |   Headlight Switches |   Japan Black |  Messtorations  |  Rear Radius rod Comparison |  Repop Parts Compared to Original  |  Pop-out Switches |  Speedometers |  Starter Motors and Drives |  Timing Covers |  Tool Kits |

 FORD FAX  : |  Basic |   Cooling |  Fabrication |   Lubrication |  Major |   Powerhouse Generator |   Transmission |

REFERENCE :|   1928 assembly procedure |   Bearing Cross Reference |  Body and Part Numbers |  Book Recommendations |  Bill of sale study |   Brake Grinder Manual  |   Colors for 1928/29 Tudors |   Generator charge rate |   Glass |  Homemade Tools |   History of the Model A |  Index to Tech Articles (offsite) |  Paint Codes(Ditzler) |  Rivets |  Twenty Millionth Ford |  Wiring Diagram |  Low Mileage 1929 Fordor

FINE POINT :|   Gary Karr's Tudor |   Judging   Instruction Manuals


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