Flint Factory Steering Assy. Markings?

Discussion in 'Chassis restoration' started by Electra man, Sep 2, 2018.

  1. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

    As some of you have seen I have a 67 Electra convertible. When I bought the car it was 90% original. I restored the suspension over this past winter and after removing 40+ years of grease and sand from the steering components I found these markings and was wondering if they were original to the car. They seem to be brushed on with enamel. If so I plan on returning them to the car. The car is a 2nd week of May 1967 Flint build if that helps anyone. Your input will be helpful, Thanks. - Bill 20171118_142034.jpg 20180327_102312.jpg 20180327_102322.jpg 20180122_120419.jpg 20180201_115904.jpg 20180201_115913.jpg 20171118_142012.jpg
     
    Last edited: Sep 4, 2018
  2. copperheadgs1

    copperheadgs1 copperheadgs1

    You are in unexplored territory doing a big car. Just copy what you find.
     
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  3. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

    I've photo documented everything worked on so far. I haven't had a car in such excellent condition before as to have all its factory markings intact. There are several other markings and stickers that need to be recorded as well. I consider myself lucky to have such a unique opportunity which I'm completely willing to share. Hopefully these can help others with their restorations. - Bill
     
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  4. telriv

    telriv Well-Known Member

    ALL that I can see are original markings.
     
  5. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

    Thanks Tom, that's what I was hoping. I plan on recreating them while the car is on the lift this winter. - Bill
     
  6. copperheadgs1

    copperheadgs1 copperheadgs1

    The dark green marks on spindles are same as GS disc brake spindle marks.
     

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