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  1. gimpystoy
    08-26-2014 09:39 AM - permalink
    gimpystoy
    Cool! you get to play Army as we would say when I was a kid. One of the many ships my Dad served on as a Signalman was a LST. giant version of the LCVP.
    Good to hear you are back enjoying normal type activity.
    Be well,
    Gimpy
  2. 22GT
    08-25-2014 05:53 PM - permalink
    22GT
    Just got back last night, spent a few days liberating Ohio from Nazi occupation, a Conneaut. I was boat crew on an LCVP. This is the same event from two years ago. The gray LCVP marked PA28-16 is the one I crewed on.

    D-Day Ohio: Hundreds of WWII reenactors recreate 1944 battle along Lake Erie in tribute to war veterans | Mail Online
  3. gimpystoy
    08-25-2014 11:02 AM - permalink
    gimpystoy
    Dave:
    how are you doing these days? Back to mostly normal routine? Working?
    Joe B.
  4. Mustangerbob1
    08-20-2014 06:12 PM - permalink
    Mustangerbob1
    Thanks
  5. gimpystoy
    07-31-2014 01:35 PM - permalink
    gimpystoy
    The 3x5 card tip is just he type of help I need. I' sure wife has small tip brush in her coffee can's of brushes
  6. 22GT
    07-28-2014 03:48 PM - permalink
    22GT
    If yours aren't faded that'll be a first for me. I just put a 3x5 card behind the needle and give them one smooth swipe with a hobby detail brush.
  7. gimpystoy
    07-28-2014 12:58 PM - permalink
    gimpystoy
    Dave: Thank You Much.
    Sound advice as always. The needles seem fairly bright thru clouded existing lenses. We'll see after they are exposed. I'll let wife do needle touch up she has artist touch.
    Take care of yourself.
  8. 22GT
    07-28-2014 12:00 PM - permalink
    22GT
    While the assembly is apart, gently clean the faces of the gauges with diluted Windex, using cotton balls and swabs. Repaint the needles with a thin coat of the correct color, such as G/N #G22024.
  9. gimpystoy
    07-28-2014 10:50 AM - permalink
    gimpystoy
    Dave: My new son-in-law is a techie (AT &T) He's going to take a shot at doing the new lenses on my 67gauge cluster. Any hints, suggestions on disasembly/ install, please.
    TY
  10. gimpystoy
    07-21-2014 04:48 PM - permalink
    gimpystoy
    That's what they look like when they looked like when I cleaned them up.
    Thanks.,
    Gimpy

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  • About 22GT
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    In the past I have worked as a Mustang restorer at Glazier/Nolan. I may do so again, in the future.
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    Southeastern Pennsylvania
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    High School Teacher
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    Amateur restorer. Well, sometimes I have been paid for it. But not right now.

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