I will get it from him, I will be seeing him this weekend. Dan
On Nov 4, 2005, at 9:00 AM, Sammie Smith wrote:
You got it. It's already loaded in the Baja. At 08:58 AM 11/4/2005, you wrote:Thats great Sammie. Thanks, I'm sure I will be able to use the one that you have all ready removed. If you see Dan or Ronnie this weekend, please give it to one of them and I will get it when they get back to Houston. Thanks again.
Sammie Smith <slsmith@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I've got good news and bad news. Found you a single pin caliper (good
news); it's awful crusty (bad news); without taking it apart I don't know
if you can salvage the pin and any parts or not; more good news, the price
is right (free). I have one more Ghia that still has the calipers on
it. It's kind of buried down in the ground from sitting and I'm gonna have
to jack it up and attempt to unbolt the wheel to see if it has the single
pin caliper. Try the free one, if you can't salvage the parts you need
from it, let me know and I'll see what I can do about the other one.
At 11:28 AM 11/2/2005, you wrote:
>A new caliper is around $125.00. I already have the rebuild kits. I mainly
>need the single pin that holds the brake pads in place on a single pin
>a.t.e. caliper. the previous owner removed the caliper and took it apart
>because the pistons were sticking. It's only been sitting for about 15
>years. He also lost one of the O rings between the caliper halfs. no one
>sells these parts seperately. so, I was going to do the best with what I
>can find. I won't be able to make the show this weekend but if you see
>Ronnie or Dan, they could pick it up for me. just let me know what you
>want for it. Thanks.
>Sammie Smith wrote:
>Think so. Have a couple of Ghia front ends with brakes laying around. BUT;
>for no more than a new caliper cost, put on a new one. I wouldn't even
>think about trying to rebuild a used one that has been laying around in a
>salvage yard. But, if you really want a used one, I'll look and see what I
>At 10:54 AM 11/2/2005, you wrote:
> >Hey Sammie, In all of your spart parts that you have around. Do you have a
> >right front brake caliper for a 70 ghia?
> >Sammie Smith wrote:
> >For all you bus guys and Katrina;
> >We got the hardtop Westy into the bone yard. It's a 69. We are parting it
> >out. Here's what it has and doesn't have if you need anything.
> >All of the Westy camping interior. Z bed is good. Rear cushion is
> >good. Spare tire cover is good except for about a 2" tear on one
> >side. Side cabinet is good. Jump seat behind driver's seat is good but is
> >missing the small cabinet door on the top. Table is good with
> >hardware. Ice box/cabinet is fair; someone removed the sink and there is
> >another part of the upper cabinet above the ice box that is missing. Side
> >table on ice box appears good with all hardware. Have the front kids
> >hammock with the poles and the end cover which is mounted on the side
> >cabinet. Jalousie windows appear good on both sides. Rear hatch is
> >good. Rear apron is good. Has three good 14" whe els with tires. Has a
> >new GEX bus tranny with less than 1,000 miles. Friend of mine bought it
> >from GEX and installed it for the owner. All the suspension components
> >appear good. All dash instruments, turn indicator, steering wheel,
> >ignition switch with key, etc appear good. Left front headlight assembly
> >is good. All glass except windshield and ri ght front door appear
> >good. This bus got hit hard in the right front but does not appear to have
> >any damage to any of the suspension. It wiped out the right front of the
> >nose, the right passenger door and got all the way back to the sliding door.
> >Note: most of the cabinet handles are either broken or have been
> >removed; other than that the cabinets are in the condition described in
> >the above . I may have left something out, but if can think of anything
> >that might be on a 69 Westy hardtop that you want, let me know what it is
> >and I will look.
> >If you want any of the above or know anyon e who does let me know.
> >Sammie Smith