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  1. Auto-Lite / Delco Carbon Button, Brush Spring kit Replacement for Distributor Cap Brand new machined conductive graphite button/contact with a new spring ready for use in your distributor cap. The diameter is precision honed to .246 - .247” X .450” Long this is .050” longer than stock for longer life, fits fine. If this length is not right for you please inquire, custom lengths are available. This one specifically fits Lincoln 1932-39 V12 Auto-Lite IGM-3 distributor cap and IGM-16 rotor but also fits many others this styles. I had to have this spring custom made, it's about $9.50 each, then you have to turn the graphite to the right diameter, and it’s a long process. I will only make them for a short time and then on to other things. If you need them now is the time to get some, a year from know they won't be available from me. Lynn 209 815-1189 daleljames@comcast.net $20.00 ea. Free Shipping
  2. After two years for searching for a NOS Auto-Lite IGM-16 rotor and not finding one I decided to do a limited run of IGM-16 rotors. These rotors are made from a nearly unbreakable polyurethane (you will not break one with normal usage). They come with a new conductive graphite button .050” longer than stock and a new spring. These are made in a very limited number and will not be available forever. If you need one now is the time to pick one up. You will get a rotor very similar to the one pictured here. These are quality rotors, the fit onto the distributor shaft is a nice push fit, no wobble. You can see the parts that make up the rotor above, nicely machined and soldered together, when finished and oven curd at 180 degrees each rotor is machined on a rotary table to the correct diameter, this also insures that the rotor is concentric with the distributor shaft. They are not a cheap reproduction. $120.00 shipping $7.20 for 1 to 10 rotors Lynn 209-815-1189 or daleljames@comcast.net
  3. Auto-Lite / Delco Carbon Button, Brush Spring kit Replacement for Distributor Cap Brand new machined conductive graphite button/contact with a new spring ready for use in your distributor cap. The diameter is precision honed to .246 - .247” X .450” Long this is .050” longer than stock for longer life, fits fine. If this length is not right for you please inquire, custom lengths are available. This one specifically fits Lincoln 1932-39 V12 Auto-Lite IGM-3 distributor cap and IGM-16 rotor but also fits many others this styles. I had to have this spring custom made, it's about $9.50 each, then you have to turn the graphite to the right diameter, and it’s a long process. I will only make them for a short time and then on to other things. If you need them now is the time to get some, a year from know they won't be available from me. Lynn 209 815-1189 daleljames@comcast.net $20.00 Free Shipping
  4. Auto-Lite / Delco Carbon Button, Brush Spring kit Replacement for Distributor Cap Brand new machined conductive graphite button/contact with a new spring ready for use in your distributor cap. The diameter is precision honed to .246 - .247” X .450” Long this is .050” longer than stock for longer life, fits fine. If this length is not right for you please inquire, custom lengths are available. This one specifically fits Lincoln 1932-39 V12 Auto-Lite IGM-3 distributor cap and IGM-16 rotor but also fits many others this styles. I had to have this spring custom made, it's about $9.50 each, then you have to turn the graphite to the right diameter, and it’s a long process. I will only make them for a short time and then on to other things. If you need them now is the time to get some, a year from know they won't be available from me. Lynn 209 815-1189 daleljames@comcast.net $20.00 Free Shipping
  5. I took a few measurements this morning, these are all close and may not be exact but you should be able to see if this will work for you. If anyone has a rotor that is in short supply I would consider doing a run of them, maybe 8-10 minimum. It's a lot of work to get them to the finish line. All of the brass has to be milled to size, width and length, radius cut, spot faced for the tube, soldered etc. Then making the mold and the rest of the process.
  6. Hi Ken I have no idea, the shaft it fits is .625" if that helps. I will post the diameter of the contacts a little later today, just now running off for a few hours. Lynn
  7. After two years for searching for a NOS Auto-Lite IGM-16 rotor and not finding one I decided to do a limited run of IGM-16 rotors. These rotors are made from a nearly unbreakable polyurethane (you will not break one with normal usage). They come with a new conductive graphite button .050” longer than stock and a new spring. These are made in a very limited number and will not be available forever. If you need one now is the time to pick one up. You will get a rotor very similar to the one pictured here. These are quality rotors, the fit onto the distributor shaft is a nice push fit, no wobble. You can see the parts that make up the rotor above, nicely machined and soldered together, when finished and oven curd at 180 degrees each rotor is machined on a rotary table to the correct diameter, this also insures that the rotor is concentric with the distributor shaft. They are not a cheap reproduction. $120.00 shipping $7.20 for 1 to 10 rotors Lynn 209-815-1189 or daleljames@comcast.net Lincoln 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939 ka, kb, k
  8. After two years for searching for a NOS Auto-Lite IGM-16 rotor and not finding one I decided to do a limited run of IGM-16 rotors. These rotors are made from a nearly unbreakable polyurethane (you will not break one with normal usage). They come with a new conductive graphite button .050” longer than stock and a new spring. These are made in a very limited number and will not be available forever. If you need one now is the time to pick one up. You will get a rotor very similar to the one pictured here. These are quality rotors, the fit onto the distributor shaft is a nice push fit, no wobble. You can see the parts that make up the rotor above, nicely machined and soldered together, when finished and oven curd at 180 degrees each rotor is machined on a rotary table to the correct diameter, this also insures that the rotor is concentric with the distributor shaft. They are not a cheap reproduction. $120.00 shipping $7.20 for 1 to 10 rotors Lynn 209-815-1189 or daleljames@comcast.net Lincoln 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939 ka, kb, k
  9. AB-Buff

    Are there any tours in California in 2018???

    Thank you Mary it sounds nice, wish there were more tours out here. The one in Sonora last year was outstanding! Mark thanks I will look into the HCCA. Dale
  10. I haven't seen anything on a tour in California (or close) this year, are there plans for one?
  11. AB-Buff

    Anyone live in or near Bloomington, In ?

    BTT still need help!
  12. AB-Buff

    source for window regulator springs

    Thank you Terry I will check with Regulator Roy, if I find another source for these Mark I will share it here. Turlock Swap Meet is coming up the last week in January. I vaguely remember seeing a large source at the meet. I will get a business card.
  13. Hi Does anyone know of a source for window regulator springs other than places like Vintage Ford or The Filling station? Thanks
  14. AB-Buff

    Lincoln Model K

    Hi John and JAK, I agree with both of you, I really don't care for Facebook at all, some people live on it, share every moment of there day... not me. Here is how I ended up on it. I collect and restore American Austins and Bantam, I have 8 of them. Our club crated a FB page for American Austin and Bantam (ABS) and I was hearing of activity on it that I should know of, I thought that all this info will be in the news letter at some point, didn't happen. So I joined FB just to keep up with the info, parts, cars and discussions. I recently crated the FB page for the Lincoln K because of the lack of activity on the Lincoln Owners Club page. If you don't go there sign up you don't get notifications of posts so it's kind of stagnate. The plus side of the FB page is you get notified immediately if you follow it. I hope more Lincoln K people join the FB page, it would be nice to share info and discuss the cars more often. Lynn
  15. AB-Buff

    Anyone live in or near Bloomington, In ?

    I sent you a PM Thanks!