Syncros007

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About Syncros007

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  • Birthday 07/30/1983

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    : Mount Wolf, PA
  1. Rickenbacker Club Is Alive & Well

    I apologize I have bot been on here in awhile, but Mr. Hammers (Restorer32), you performed the wonderful service work on my Rickenbacker, greatly appreciated! I am a member of the Rickenbacker Club and coincidentally I helped in constructing the new web page, www.rickenbackermotors.org, for the club. As for Mr. Sheldon (wayne Sheldon), please check out the pictures I took of the 1924 Rickenbacker. http://rickenbackermotors.org/1924-sn17096-c6-coupe/ I took the first picture back in 2008 at an AACA event in Gettysburg, and the other pictures I took this year at Hershey (2017). It does sport a Utah license plate, so it is highly likely the car you might have seen in Nevada, long ago.
  2. For Sale 1927 Reo Wolverine

    Not mine. "1927 REO Wolverine - $8000(Noblesville) 1927 REO Wolverine. 84,000 actual miles. New wiring & New Engine. Great parade car. Runs & drives like a dream. For more information call or text 317-65six-931one. Thank you. Gary"
  3. For Sale 1926 Chrysler Sedan

    Not mine, but here are pictures of the 1926 Chrysler for sale on Craigslist.
  4. For Sale 1928 Reo Touring ? ?

    Not mine, just posting the ad, in the event deleted from Craigslist. "1928 REO Gasoline, 4door, 6cyl Has not been ran in a long time but ran well, clean title in hand. Needs lots of TLC but definitely a rare gem The car was bought as a project for my grandfather and I but lost my grandfather and have held on to it due to the sentimental value. Serious inquiries please 5seven5 six44 four3Twenty. Tammi $4,000"
  5. For Sale 1928 Reo Touring ? ?

    Not mine, just posting the ad, in the event deleted from Craigslist. "1928 REO Gasoline, 4door, 6cyl Has not been ran in a long time but ran well, clean title in hand. Needs lots of TLC but definitely a rare gem The car was bought as a project for my grandfather and I but lost my grandfather and have held on to it due to the sentimental value. Serious inquiries please 5seven5 six44 four3Twenty. Tammi $4,000"
  6. Anyone have a set of used 600x21 tires, they are willing to part with? I am looking for either 2 or 4 tires in respectable condition. I am located near York, PA. Feel free to respond or message me. Thank you, Kyle
  7. For Sale 1932 Hupmobile

    (Not mine either, just posting ad) "1932 Hupmobile - $25000(Newport, RI) 1932 Hupmobile, 2dr, B 126 coupe, blue, rumble seat, excellent condition, 25K tel. Vin 401-266-9376"
  8. For Sale 1924 Reo T6

    (Not mine either, just posting ad) "1924 REO T6 Brougham -$14000 (NE KY) This car was fully restored in the early 1980's by my father. It won many trophies in it's day! Soon after completing it he parked it on some lifts, drained all the necessary fluids out of it and parked it under a covered carport. It has been sitting since so the sheet metal has a little rust but overall it is in great shape for being nearly a century old. It has not been started in probably 20 years. I tried to get pictures as best I could for the lighting conditions but obviously pulling it out into the sun was not possible. The top is in great shape and all the parts and pieces are fully in tact. All windows work, the doors open and close correctly and the wood on the interior looks amazing. He installed a simple "stop" or brake lamp on the rear to make it drivable on todays roads. Obviously this is a very rare car and older REO's are increasingly hard to come by. The story of R.E. Olds is pretty interesting and they later turned to trucks after the great depression. I made a simple walk around video and posted it to youtube.com so you can see the car a little better. The link is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLJZdQ7aqvc When my father was rebuilding the car he told me it was the ONLY one in the world. I am not sure if there is another but I have never seen one exactly like this one. Spreading the word that it is for sale would be greatly appreciated! Feel free to email me if you would like to see it in person. I am posting it here first to see if it stays local before moving to classic auto trader or another listing site."
  9. For Sale 1932 Flying Cloud

    (Not mine either, just posting the ad in the event it gets deleted) "32 REO flying cloud - $37000(weare, nh) 1932 maroon REO 16 time grand national winner. 37,000 or B.R.O. Call for more details mike (603) 717-2323"
  10. For Sale 1931 Hupmobile Sedan

    (Not mine either, but here it is, in the event it gets deleted.) "1931 HUPMOBILE S TYPE -$16000 (MAYVILLE) 1931 HUP EXCELLENT CONDITION 39,000 MILES, MANY MANY SPARE PARTS HAVE HAD THE CAR 44 YEARS NEEDS TO GO TO A NEW FAMILY. ONLY TRADE I WOULD BE INTERESTED IN WOULD BE A MIDI EXCAVATOR. THANKS FOR LOOKING."
  11. It is for a 1925 Rickenbacker, but I am not sure if that will help anyone.
  12. If anyone has a radiator or gas cap for sale, measuring 1-15/16" inside diameter with 16 threads per inch, please let me know. I prefer a plain bakelite cap without a motometer, but I will consider all options. Thank you, Kyle
  13. Thanks for the replies. I was just curious because it is an odd law and not a well known one. ArticiferTom, PA is 3,000 lbs. gross weight, Maine is 3,000 lbs. empty. So, my 10,000 lbs. gross trailer that weighs 2,000+ lbs. empty does not require inspection with Maine registration. However the way this law reads, if you only have one trailer, it has to be registered in PA.
  14. There are many people in Pennsylvania that register their car trailers out of state, Maine being the perfect and common example. I do like the perks of registering in Maine, about the same price for registering between Maine and PA, but no inspection for anything under 3,000 lbs. empty NOT gross. When you use your car trailer half a dozen times a year, annual inspection seems ridiculous. Has anyone seen this law, and if so what is your understanding of it? For (i) It seems like a 50% law to me, if you have 2 trailers, 1 must be registered in PA and the other could be registered out of state. My biggest question, how is an officer or DOT officer going to prove this if cited for it? Drive to your house or within 24 hours, make you show them you have additional trailers registered in the commonwealth? Section 1302.16 is the only place in the PA Laws that cover out of state trailer registration, that I have found. Pennsylvania Code CHAPTER 13 - REGISTRATION OF VEHICLES Section 1302. Vehicles exempt from registration. (16) Any trailer registered in another state towed by a motor vehicle registered in this Commonwealth provided: (i) the owner has as many trailers registered in this Commonwealth as combinations so registered; or (ii) the towing vehicle is being operated under a permanent lease to a person meeting the requirements of subparagraph (i).
  15. Few Young Members: Parallels in Model-Railroad Hobby

    I apologize I wrote that wrong. I'm here to carry on the hobby, but you currently won't see me at many events because of having young children and working 50 hours a week to afford life, children, and my antique cars. I live in York, PA, with plenty of local car shows. However most weekends are spent doing fun things, geared more towards children, type of activities. I do hit a couple shows but not many.