What is it? Discuss Identification in the Photo and Video Forums forums; Hey! Was wondering if you guys could identify the parts I found in storage, like when they are from, where, etc. I also found 2 ac looking boxes with Mark ...
Hey! Was wondering if you guys could identify the parts I found in storage, like when they are from, where, etc. I also found 2 ac looking boxes with Mark IV written on one long rectangular metal, very heavy with ac equipment on them, thinking they are from early 50's mopars? Also got an old straight 6, from GM from what looks to be the 40's or 30's and it had a trannie on it with a stick shift. And I got a number of hubcaps but, I have no idea where they are from, I will get more pics. The seat has a power adjust button, and I have 2 driver and pass
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The generator is from a 55-56 Chrysler with the power steering pump atached.
Mark IV air conditioning was aftermarket, not of Mopar origin. They were often installed on older cars for which there were no OEM ac's.
The gray object with the red stripes is a South Wind heater that operated on gasoline. No waiting around for heat, they did a good job. A bit scary though.
The upside-down box marked Champion is a spark plug blast cleaner.
The 6 cyl GM engine you mentioned is Chevy if ohv, Pontiac or Olds if flathead. Could also be GMC truck, which used Pontiac engines some years.
the blue seat reminds me of a Corvair seat from the 60-64 era. Just a guess because I do not remember the bright trim on the Corvair seats.
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The Mark IV was aftermarket. Dad had one in a 69' Merc. Comet. Sat on the "hump" and did a good job. Didn't ya believe me about the South Wind gas heater?
That Champion box is a spark plug cleaner.They used to reuse them a few times before they threw them away.Sand circulates in the canvas bag to clean the electrodes. I also thought the bucket seat was Corvair.It's hard to see from the picture but that compressor looks like a Model A conversion. I never saw a stationary one.They usually are mobile.
That air compressor looks like a converted Model A Ford engine to me. 2 cylinders for motor and two for Air. Dandy Dave!
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