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'41 Question
#1409377 Mon May 10 2021 07:15 PM
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'Bolter
Hello Looking at a '41 and saw this on the rear. The casting on left side appears to be broken. The right side is OK - would you be concerned? See the photos

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Re: '41 Question
Cletus1950 #1409399 Mon May 10 2021 10:18 PM
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That's just a casting leftover. Chevy didn't spend a lot of time dressing those up. They just break the casting sprue (the part that the molten metal gets pored into) off as close as they can and call it good.


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Re: '41 Question
Cletus1950 #1409403 Mon May 10 2021 11:02 PM
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'Bolter
Great Thanks!


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