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    Reliability Tour

    Any fellow Chalmers owners going to the tour in Va. ?

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    ACARBUFF
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    Cool Re: Reliability Tour

    Not sure there is a Chalmers yet on the tour - would like to have you there!
    Andy Fuhrman
    President
    Richmond Region AACA

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    Re: Reliability Tour

    Hi,
    I thought I would make an entry to this site, as it's been over four months since any activity has occured here.
    I continue to do a ground up restoration of my 1920 Chalmers, 5-passenger Touring. It has taken me years of research, and the hunt for parts goes on. Very little of the original wooden body structure remained, when I got the car. Replicating the body structure has been my biggest challenge, as I have not been able to reuse any of the existing pieces, except as patterns. I have manufactured about 50% of the structure using mostly ash. I am also making drawings, sketches and taking photos, as I progress. I plan to complete the restoration in eight years, which will be the car's 100th anniversary.
    I would like to hear from anyone else working on a Chalmers of that period.
    Thanks,
    Bob

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