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Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738718
10/02/11 02:22 AM
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I hope you like this one. This was a request from Norway to see if I could make these work again, as is. Any guesses on what car they went back into?
If you think it was from a 60's car, well no.









Jim

Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738719
10/18/11 07:51 PM
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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. Hereís what I built from two non rallye panels.































Jim




Hi Jim WOW

Your workmanship really is outstanding. Looks like a void in the market that has been needed to be filled has finally has come with your ability to provide any panel needed weather it be custom or original with such detail work to make pieces look as new condition.

I will be in touch with you shortly to place an order, i hope business is good, i am thinking you would be swamped with request from both Country wide and World wide.

Keep up the amazing work, void filled and with class, well done JS Restorations.

Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738720
10/18/11 07:55 PM
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Quote:

I hope you like this one. This was a request from Norway to see if I could make these work again, as is. Any guesses on what car they went back into?
If you think it was from a 60's car, well no.









Jim




Hey Jim,

As for these switches you posted. I would guess they came in a mid 50's car, they look as if they are a little larger than the 60's stuff and i know that Mopar released Power everything in the 50's, you name it the released it with POWER, even to the point there was a dash mounted pod that was a light sensor that would dip your lights automatically when an approaching car came toward you.........

Re: JS Restorations [Re: Hemiken] #738721
10/24/11 12:17 AM
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Thank you. Look forward to working with you.
Good eye! Yes, these power window switches are from the 50's. They are from a 58 300D.

Jim

Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738722
10/26/11 07:14 PM
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This is a restoration of a 70 E body non A/C heater box clear zinc plated fan motor.















Jim

Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738723
10/26/11 10:13 PM
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They really, really, need a drool icon. You really do some phenominal work!

Re: JS Restorations [Re: ] #738724
01/03/12 01:13 AM
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Hi Jim, I have sent you my gauge cluster and switch panel for my M46 Barracuda to have restored thanks mate, all the way from Australia I will also get you to make me a radio delete panel also please, and if you can finish it in original organasil Black texture please, and i will get a standard heater control panel done at the same time too please. Let me know when it arrives. Thanks, Kenny.

Re: JS Restorations [Re: Hemiken] #738725
01/06/12 08:40 PM
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Do you have the electrical connector that fits to a variable wiper switch on a 70 Challenger T/A with rally cluster?

thanks.

Re: JS Restorations [Re: ef8Cuda340] #738726
01/06/12 10:09 PM
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Re: JS Restorations [Re: ef8Cuda340] #738727
01/07/12 10:02 AM
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Thanks guys. I appreciate it!

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Do you have the electrical connector that fits to a variable wiper switch on a 70 Challenger T/A with rally cluster?

thanks.




I'll check my stock and let you know. Thank you for asking. Were you able to isolate the problem that caused that condition?

Jim

Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738728
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Thanks guys. I appreciate it!

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Do you have the electrical connector that fits to a variable wiper switch on a 70 Challenger T/A with rally cluster?

thanks.




I'll check my stock and let you know. Thank you for asking. Were you able to isolate the problem that caused that condition?

Jim



so far i have rebuilt the switch, but have not installed it because I want to replace the connection ends first.
thanks.

Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738729
01/24/12 02:38 PM
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I can tell you guys from personal experence that Jim's work is of the highest grade and a wonderful person to deal with...He's a bit sneaky..lol lol lol..( alittle inside joke).But he does the best work,and its perfect...THANK YOU for my switchs....U R THE MAN...Sorry I can't find my pics of the switchs...


Russ

Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738730
02/05/12 12:48 PM
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Nice work Jim!

I have a 1972 Plymouth Satellite Heater/AC control I need restored. It is all intact, never taken apart. It is just aged and I need it brand new looking and working again. Ball park me on it if you would please. Thanks! Steve Reid 562-254-5340
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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.

I am increasing the line of switch restorations to include the B body cars.

I have restored parts to offer or I can restore your parts.

If there is something you are looking for, please feel free to email at jsrestorations@rocketmail.com or call 1.412.295.1333.

I will be attending Carlisle at booth D27 & the Nats at booth K1 and I look forward to meeting you at one of these shows.

Thank you for checking this thread. Here are pictures of some of the restoration work that I do.

Jim









































































































































Thanks again for looking.

Jim



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Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738731
02/08/12 04:43 PM
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What is the differance between the A-body and E-body variable wiper switch?

Re: JS Restorations [Re: ns1aar] #738732
02/08/12 11:13 PM
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Sorry for the late reply. Iíve been a bit under the weather lately and put a post in the General section a few weeks ago. I will be trying to reply to everyone shortly. Itís just taking a bit longer than I expected to recover.

Great to hear from you, Russ and thank you very much. Iím glad the see youíre out stinging with the Bee!

Thank you, Steve. I will be in touch.

There is a subtle clearance difference between a 2770378 and 2770380 wiper switch. The E body shaft is 3/32Ē longer between the threads and the D channel than the A body shaft.



Jim

Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738733
04/14/12 06:40 AM
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I received my switches today. Very nice work. Thank you Jim.

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70 Challenger, A66, 340 ci
Re: JS Restorations [Re: Chal340] #738734
05/19/12 01:57 PM
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I now have an active contest in the Moparts General section for you to be able to win a restored A, B, C or E body part. Contest rules are posted there, too. Good luck.

Thank you Herve! I look forward to seeing some pictures with your car parked by La Tour Eiffel and Arc de Triomphe.

Jim

Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738735
07/11/12 07:36 PM
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Here is a restoration of a 71 Charger R/T power window harness setup. The two internal factory splices in the main harness have been repaired.































Jim

Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738736
07/11/12 10:54 PM
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I have some 70 B-body switches that need to be redone are you doing B-body stuff now? 70 Road Runner.

Thanks
Brad

Re: JS Restorations [Re: JS Restorations] #738737
08/18/12 07:51 AM
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I now have an active contest in the Moparts General section for you to be able to win a restored A, B, C or E body part. Contest rules are posted there, too. Good luck.

Thank you Herve! I look forward to seeing some pictures with your car parked by La Tour Eiffel and Arc de Triomphe.

Jim





Hi Jim,

I was in Paris this morning with my Challenger, a picture in front of the Tour Eiffel and the Statue of Liberty.

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