GPA 7335 engine

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bbloom
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GPA 7335 engine

Post by bbloom » Sat Jul 21, 2007 11:45 pm

Does any one have GPA 7335? The engine for that GPA is in a Jeep here in Kansas City.
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Post by Mithril » Sun Jul 22, 2007 7:04 am

GPA 7330 is in Australia and GPA 7349 in USA. Engine is dated feb 1 1943.
No clues about GPA 7335.

May I have a close up picture of its number and maybe also a picture of the jeep itself to update my database.
Mithril
1943 Ford GPA #7177 (SOLD)
1945 Ford GPW #267061
1944 Bantam T-3 #48593
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Post by bbloom » Sun Jul 22, 2007 8:21 pm

I will get with the owner of the jeep and see if I can get a picture of it.
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Re: GPA 7335 engine

Post by Mithril » Thu Jan 07, 2010 9:44 pm

Bill, do you have some picture of it ?
Mithril
1943 Ford GPA #7177 (SOLD)
1945 Ford GPW #267061
1944 Bantam T-3 #48593
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Re: GPA 7335 engine

Post by bbloom » Fri Jan 08, 2010 4:11 pm

Mithril,
I completely forgot about that. This Spring when things thaw out I will get a picture of it for you. Right now everything is burried under about 12 inches of snow. Todays high temp. is 0 degrees F. Not the best weather. As far as your needed parts, I do not have them. I only had 1 of the rifle rack plates, I do not have a gerry can or the bracket for it, my seat cushions came from Beachwood, and I do not have the cover for the spark plugs.
As far as the generator bracket and brake hose brackets that I need, they are not critical. I am currently using the one out of a WWII 12 volt conversion kit. It works but it would be nice to have the correct one even though you can't even see it.
Are you or Jaap coming to the convention this summer in Topeka, KS. If so maybe I can convince you to bring a generator bracket and the brake hose clamps with you. I only live about 1 hour from Topeka. You could look through my extra GPA stuff.
Thanks,
Bill
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Re: GPA 7335 engine

Post by Mithril » Tue May 18, 2010 5:37 pm

Up - to remember you about this close up picture Bill joker

Regards
Mithril
1943 Ford GPA #7177 (SOLD)
1945 Ford GPW #267061
1944 Bantam T-3 #48593
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Re: GPA 7335 engine

Post by bbloom » Wed May 19, 2010 2:41 pm

Yes I am working on it. The jeep was sold but to someone still in the Kansas City area. I have to track the new owner down.
Bill Bloom
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