Jonathan Winans

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  1. Jonathan Winans

    Elcar 8 Emblem (Repo) 1927-1928

    It is the correct original size also!
  2. Jonathan Winans

    Elcar 8 Emblem (Repo) 1927-1928

    I am not much on reproduction parts, but if you can't find one, I guess it's ok to have one at least until I find an original. This was done in CAD by a friend in New Zealand for me and uploaded to a site here in the U.S. I was not charged for the programming (good friend), so final cost was under $19 plus shipping. I am putting the link here for future searches and reference for anyone in the future that may need one. They paint very nice. but could also be used as a casting pattern. https://www.shapeways.com/product/9MDGKHM4L/elcar-badge?productConfiguration=65470426&etId=184818527&utm_source=automated-contact&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=order-shipped&utm_content=5&key=9e98f0d13a34848a4e68fa85c74b1fb6 Excuse my painting, I am sure it could be done much better by someone that don't need glasses. Feel free to buy one if you just want one for the heck of it, I am in no way making money off this, so this is not an ad.
  3. Jonathan Winans

    Elcar

    For future reference and researchers of Elcars The 1928 Elcar 8-78, A7K88, Sedan, on ebay 2016 sold for $7600 and was shipped overseas (not sure where) for restoration. I purchased and now own A5R89 a 1927 8-82 5 pass sedan. I am always interested in parts or even another Elcar for restoration if anyone has any in the future. Wouldn't mind connecting with other Elcar owners also. Jonathan
  4. Jonathan Winans

    Out from long team storage

    Keep us updated Don!! Gotta do a running video for us!
  5. Jonathan Winans

    1927 Elcar with lots of questions

    I purchased an Elcar and need some info that may pertain to many vehicles of that era. My sending unit was missing for the gas tank. I made an adapter and installed a temporary 1950 Chevy unit just to cover the hole, not to operate my gauge. Looking at the original wiring schematic, the original sending unit used a positive and a negative, unlike later vehicles with a ground only rheostat. Can anyone explain? Did any other makers do this? Next question, are hidden nail strips available for the roof above the doors? Did other manufactures use drip edge, are these obtainable? My vinyl raps to just above the doors and has no metal above the doors, just wood. Thanks for any help. Jonathan
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    18" split rims x2

    Looking for 1 or 2 rims to fit my 1927 Elcar. I have an early Oldsmobile rim that it the same, but too rusted. 18" rim running 5.25/5.50 tire. Will post width when I get a chance.