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    All makes, Older and more original the better.

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  1. 1950's Allen Motor Analyzer

  2. Need help identifying transmission

    Four speed out of a Ford truck?
  3. Making Plastic knobs

    Thanks jpage, from your suggestion I was able to find D&D. Curti I will send you a PM Friartuck came up with the information I was looking for - Alumilite.com and Don Fowler was the vender. But I may have the steering wheel done by a professional. Thanks again for everyone that responded to my question. Ken
  4. Making Plastic knobs

    My grandson is learning how to make knobs on his 3D printer but I will need to make the rim on the steering wheel. Thanks for the information and fast reply. Ken
  5. Making Plastic knobs

    Last year at Hershey, a fellow had a stall with examples of steering wheels, knobs etc. that were recast using a type of plastic or acrylic. He was selling the products to do this yourself. I took all the information with me but promptly lost it. Does anyone know who this was or where I can purchase a similar type of product to make the mold and finished item? Thanks Ken
  6. 1934 Chrysler CU airflow parts

    Do you have a vacuum brake booster cylinder? Thanks
  7. Booster install

    Sent you a pm with pictures. Ken
  8. Booster install

    Have my grandson's C17 parts car on a lift and can supply pictures pictures this weekend if that will help. Ken
  9. Stutz Headlight Shells

    Do you know what years your headlights are for? Possible to provide provide pictures? Thanks
  10. WTB Opera Coupe or Victoria RF Seat

    1926 through 1928 Stutz used the same design. I have looked for one for my 28 Victoria without success. Please let me know should you find two.
  11. 1939 Buick Special restoration

    It has been a great project from the start, however, I agree with the post above so guess I will miss the finish. So Sorry.
  12. chalmers year ID

    Picture of the engine would help. 1916 - 17 would have side draft carburetor on the passenger side 1918 and later would be updraft on the driver's side.
  13. One more vote here. Would love to see/hear more of your project. Very impressed with your progress to date.
  14. Is the Nash a Victoria or Opera coupe? If so, does it have the front passenger jump seat? Ken