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#738698 - 02/23/11 07:00 AM Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations]
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Very nice work - organization is everything!

Do you deal with clutch pedal/starter-cut switches?
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#738699 - 02/23/11 08:11 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: IMGTX]
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Registered: 01/13/08
Posts: 337
Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
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Do you do power window switches?
Do you do power window wiring?
What about cruise control switches or control units?




I have only been asked one time before and restored a set of power window switches. Nobody ever asked about the power window wiring or cruise control. Please send me an email if you would like to discuss these further. Thank you for asking.

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Very nice work - organization is everything!

Do you deal with clutch pedal/starter-cut switches?




Thank you! I have only been asked one time to and restored one clutch switch. This part is not a very often requested item, either. Please send me an email if you would like to discuss this further. Thank you for asking.
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#738700 - 04/02/11 04:09 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations]
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#738701 - 04/02/11 07:38 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: moparts]
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Registered: 10/31/06
Posts: 6044
Loc: Iowa
Jim just restored my map light switch. He's great to deal with.
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#738702 - 04/04/11 10:41 AM Re: JS Restorations [Re: burdar]
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Registered: 03/04/10
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Loc: Utah
He also did my heater blower motor for the Runner, looks and functions great.

Jim, any word on '69 b-body switches yet?

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#738703 - 04/04/11 09:20 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: Eagleone1983]
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Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
Thank you Darren and William.
The last piece of the puzzle for the B body switches is getting the original plastic knobs rechromed. I was not at all satisfied with the quality of the chroming and the turn around time of the last company I was trying to work with. I believe I have found a very reputable company this time and samples are in the works.


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#738704 - 04/20/11 07:25 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations]
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While attending the16th Annual All Mopar Winter Swap Meet in Columbus, Ohio on February 26, I had the pleasure of meeting Rob Wolfe. I introduced myself and mentioned that I had started a business restoring Mopar parts. Also mentioned that I had advertised previously in MCG and asked if he had any ideas about promoting JSR in MCG. I showed him a 2770380 variable speed wiper switch that he gave a close look to and asked if I had anything else with me. I pulled out a 2947713 dash dimmer switch and a 2947305 headlight switch. He took them, turned over a poster board for a white background and started snapping pictures. He stated that he wanted to run a press release on JS Restorations in the next month’s issue and that someone would be in touch. Within a week, Randy Holden called, did a phone interview and here is the outcome in the June 2011 issue.









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#738705 - 05/15/11 01:10 AM Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations]
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This is a 71 Challenger grille and bezels that I recently completed. There were some repairs that were done a long time ago that needed corrected. One of the unusual areas that needed repaired were the stainless trim sockets and the lower rear mounting tabs that were badly wrapped. The trickiest part of this restoration was masking for the top and bottom black areas between the high and low beam openings because of the compound radiuses and centering the triangle points. This was a 75 hour project that included 25 hours for masking and masking removal.













































































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#738706 - 05/15/11 07:29 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations]
A990 Offline
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Registered: 01/19/03
Posts: 1914
Loc: 541 slobovia
Very nice work

Would you consider restoring fuel sending units? This is a huge issue since "the industry" has not made accurate units in ages.

The rheostat windings are tricky, if you got one opened up you'd see it immediately. Also the contact seems to fail, so maybe a better design is possible?

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#738707 - 05/15/11 10:11 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: A990]
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Jim,

Would you rework a 68 b body ignition switch? Thanks

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#738708 - 05/16/11 12:12 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: Birdturd]
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Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
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Very nice work

Would you consider restoring fuel sending units? This is a huge issue since "the industry" has not made accurate units in ages.

The rheostat windings are tricky, if you got one opened up you'd see it immediately. Also the contact seems to fail, so maybe a better design is possible?




Thank you!

Yes, I have had to open those and adjust them to get back to -12 and -70 ohms. You're right that not many new ones read correctly out of the box and it was a bad design from their inception.

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Jim,

Would you rework a 68 b body ignition switch? Thanks




Thank you for asking. If you have it removed and could let me see a couple of pictures of it’s condition and what is not working properly would be good. You could send the pictures to: jsrestorations@rocketmail.com

Jim
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#738709 - 05/17/11 03:21 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations]
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Jim,

Fantastic resto on that chally grille. I know the owner is absolutely overwhelmed with the outcome of it. Very very nice job!

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#738710 - 06/04/11 11:15 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations]
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Registered: 01/13/08
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Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
I promised that I would soon be offering B body restored switches. Here are some prototype restored rallye switches. I only use the word “prototype” because I have some tooling and chroming details to resolve. Non rallye switches will be offered after these.

The 68-69 dash dimmer switches will offered with custom made 302 stainless steel resistor coils.

I was extremely disappointed with the first vacuum metalized plating service company that produced poor results and cost me more time and dollars than I care to mention. I will not comment, please don’t ask.

An extremely respected vacuum metalizing resource is now working with me. I look forward to being able to offer these knobs as original as possible.

My goal is to be able to offer my restored switches with the option of vacuum metalized knobs just the way they came from the factory or plastic chromed knobs.

I have a pair of NOS dash dimmer switches at the end to show what NOS, after 40+ years at premium prices, really pays for.

More to come. Stay tuned…



















































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#738711 - 06/04/11 11:20 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations]
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Registered: 01/20/03
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Loc: Still moving in.
Will you be at Carlisle Jim?

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#738712 - 06/05/11 10:22 AM Re: JS Restorations [Re: Alaskan_TA]
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Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
Hey Barry, Yes, I'm planning on it. I hope you can make it. Look forward to seeing you there. Dinner will be on me this time!
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#738713 - 08/03/11 08:46 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations]
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Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
Here are a pair of 70 Challenger tail light lenses before and after. There's nothing like the color of the real original Mopar lenses.













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#738714 - 08/22/11 01:14 AM Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations]
Hemiken Offline
mopar

Registered: 02/13/07
Posts: 622
Loc: Queensland, Australia
Excellent shine from those lenses buddy.

You produce an awesome service and your product and skills speak for themselves, very nice work.

Once i get my wiring sorted out and all the switches and the rest of what i need doing, i will be able to trade in my old ride for something with even more roar than my old dinosaur.

Will be talking to you soon from Australia

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#738715 - 08/23/11 06:05 AM Re: JS Restorations [Re: Hemiken]
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Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
Thank you! Look forward to being of service.
Jim
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#738716 - 09/04/11 01:06 AM Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations]
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mopar

Registered: 02/13/07
Posts: 622
Loc: Queensland, Australia
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Hi Folks,

This is Jim from JS Restorations. I mainly specialize in Cuda and Challenger electrical restorations of the full line of switches and relays, rear window defoggers, non A/C heater boxes, and harness repair. Dash heater control panel and A/C control panel re-lettering and plastic grille restorations. Dash, front and rear lens polishing. I have lots of used parts, too.

Jim























Thanks again for looking.

Jim




Hi Jim,

I see you repair interior plastics.
It looks as if you have nailed the textured finish on the switch panels and under gauge panels. Do you have any other pictures you could post of the textured finish on panels you have repaired please< such as the radio panels and A/C panels and Non-Rallye control unit panels. It looks like i will have to send some plastics back to the USA for a touch of class from your good self, love your work .
Thanks,
Kenny.

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#738717 - 09/10/11 09:58 PM Re: JS Restorations [Re: Hemiken]
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Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
Thank you, Kenny. Here is something slightly different from your request.

This is an order I received to make an E body rallye heater delete panel delivered in primer. The customer will be installing three round gauges and applying the finish coat. Here’s what I built from two non rallye panels.































Jim


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