58 Merc Park Lane Super Marauder -- Part VI Restoration

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58 Merc Park Lane Super Marauder -- Part VI Restoration

Post by scatpack » Mon 5. Sep 2011, 11:49

Below are a series of images showing some before & after images of the intake restoration.
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Original brake booster valve and brass fittings.
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A vibratory tumbler was used to clean & polish many small parts. Works very well for aluminum, brass and copper parts.
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Power brake booster valve after cleaning & polishing
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Side view of intake manifold after being soaked & cleaned with a special aluminum cleaner.
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Rear view of intake manifold after being soaked & cleaned with a special aluminum cleaner.
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Side view of intake manifold after cleaning and painting. Coolant elbow tube installed after replating.
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Rear view of intake manifold. NOS temperature sending unit installed. New carburetor mounting studs installed
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A NOS Mercury thermostat & gasket was installed with a new thermostat housing

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Post by SteveGoate » Sun 29. Aug 2021, 14:17

You have hit the mark.

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Re: 58 Merc Park Lane Super Marauder -- Part VI Restoration

Post by Chris430 » Thu 2. Sep 2021, 16:24

scatpack wrote:
Mon 5. Sep 2011, 11:49
Below are a series of images showing some before & after images of the intake restoration.
Look's new. What media did you use in your tumbler?

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