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    Default autolite & champion racing spark plugs

    new old stock $1.00 each AG 203, AG403, AG603, AG903, N57R, N54R,

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    Rick, out of curiosity what are these plugs as I am having a hard time finding cross reference stuff for them. Taper or gasket? 3/4" reach or 3/8"? Heat range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc-Pilot View Post
    Rick, out of curiosity what are these plugs as I am having a hard time finding cross reference stuff for them. Taper or gasket? 3/4" reach or 3/8"? Heat range?

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    See Paul, here's deal, in the original post you'll see the words "new old stock". To a youngster like you, that maybe means 70's 80's or 90's. To old guys like Rick and me that means Model A's & Model T's.

    Cross references for those part numbers won't be found on the interweb..........you'll find them in greasy catalogs buried behind the computers in any old REAL parts house.........not Pep Boys, AutoZone or the like. Go find Joe's Auto Parts and ask Joe for his spark plug cross reference catalogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CampbellCarl View Post
    See Paul, here's deal, in the original post you'll see the words "new old stock". To a youngster like you, that maybe means 70's 80's or 90's. To old guys like Rick and me that means Model A's & Model T's.

    Cross references for those part numbers won't be found on the interweb..........you'll find them in greasy catalogs buried behind the computers in any old REAL parts house.........not Pep Boys, AutoZone or the like. Go find Joe's Auto Parts and ask Joe for his spark plug cross reference catalogs.

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    Well gee thanks Carl.LOL After building two 63 Chevy II wagons and having my hands touch a few other restos I have a decent (but not perfect) understanding of what NOS really means, so I kind of caught the drift. Being that I work 7 days a week and make the ancient slaves of Egypt look like lazy butts at a health spa I don't have time to hit Joe's Auto. Could you do it for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc-Pilot View Post
    Rick, out of curiosity what are these plugs as I am having a hard time finding cross reference stuff for them. Taper or gasket? 3/4" reach or 3/8"? Heat range?

    Paul
    Did you mean to say tapered thread? As in tapered pipe thread? You sure as hell didn't mean tapered seat now did you youngster?
    The last time the name Autolite and Ford appeared on the same box, Henry II was boxing them after school.



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    Default autolite heat range chart. 1982

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    Default champion heat range chart. 1982

    new I saved these old catologs for some reason...

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    ...And that is why he is the King folks. Thanks

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    price change to $1.00 ea. plus shipping

    sold all the AG 203's
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    price change to $1.00 ea. plus shipping

    sold all the AG 203's
    Do you still have the N-54R and/or Autolite 403's? Thanks, Tim Chance
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