Mark Gregory

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About Mark Gregory

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  • Birthday 03/01/1950
  1. This fellow has been running this ad for over a year . Can anyone tell him what this transmission fits .
  2. Would anyone know what other car manufacturers used a steering wheel like this one in the picture below. This steering wheel is from a 1931 - 2 - 3 Reo Royale . I looked at Mac's Ford but I do not think the wheel looks the same ? Does anyone know who sells reproduction wheels that would look like this . Mine needs to repaired and a friends is just the steel frame . Someone said boats used a wheel like this ? Thanks keiser 31 for posting the picture .
  3. Here is an example of a 1930's car that to me is over priced but in poor enough shape to become a Sedan Delivery . He says he has all the parts ? ? I have learned a lot from everyone's comments thanks . In the future if I go ahead with a project like this I will inform everyone of the out come .
  4. This was in The Toronto Star a major newspaper in Canada .
  5. I had a message also from this guy also .
  6. Yes Rusty I posted that Wolverine under the For Sale on the AACA a while ago . I have seen some 1930's Reo Flying Clouds with the same work done on them . I assume no one restores these cars any more and they are going to scrap ? ? So instead of just having a picture from a magazine ad . There would be a car Sedan - Special Delivery sitting there you can touch . I appreciate what you are saying about the work and cost involved in doing the project . I guess I am stuck on 1930's cars . Mark
  7. This fellow has all sorts of gauges for sale . Click on link and go to See Other Items .
  8. The price was there when it was sent to me of $375,000 US . Then it disappeared .
  9. Rusty I am just dreaming now . This all started while I was restoring my 1931 Reo Royale Victoria . As I look for parts I come across some rotted out Reo cars . Liking Antique cars I say to myself I would sure hate to see these nice but poor condition cars go to the scrap yard . So I came across this advertisement and thought about converting a car to a Sedan - Smart Delivery . A 1930 Flying Cloud has the same windshield as the advertisement . F&J thanks for all the tips , mercer09 I did not know that Ford people are doing all these things now as I usually stick to original built cars . Thanks everyone else for the encouragement and comments . Mark
  10. Not Mine . This car is for sale near where I live . Price is $375,00 US
  11. i see all sorts of 1930's Reo cars for sale for a few thousand dollars as their bodies are rotted . I was wondering if it would be feasible to convert a car to this picture of a Reo Sedan Delivery . The motor would have to be in good shape to start with . I assume the sheet metal work would be the most expensive part .
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  14. Not Mine You do not see pictures like this often .
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