Bob Scafani

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About Bob Scafani

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  • Birthday 09/07/1951
  1. Beautiful car! The body must have been built by an independent body builder, (Holden in Australia), probably wood framed. Dodge did not build a roadster in 1933.
  2. I'm pretty sure the wheels are 1932 Plymouth.
  3. Four nice wheels 19" with ratty caps. weigh 140 pounds for shipping. Shipping to east coast is $140.00. Lessor distance is less cost. Bob 510 474-2533 dbracer26@aol.com
  4. I need a pair of aprons to complete a project car. Any condition considered.
  5. that was space 78. Tom Lane, phone 661 706-5263, is the contact for the swap he would have the seller's information.
  6. I am thinking this is related to a Detroit lubricator carburetor. The components also appear similar to the Stewart carburetor which may have combined with Detroit Lubricator at some time. The float bowl cover is of the design for the 1915-1916 Dodge Brothers carburetor.
  7. The engine is said to be a 1921 Sterling truck. The Sterling name is cast into the aluminum valve covers.
  8. Photos of each isle about 1:00 PM Friday.
  9. My phone is 510 474-2533 address: 1491 Cypress Drive #1096 3183 Forest Lake Road Pebble Beach CA 93953
  10. Hello Al, I tried to send a PM. I have two lock rings. email me dbracer26@aol.com Bob
  11. Budd made 25" disc wheels for a few years in the late teens. They are extremely rare, and usually in poor condition. I had some many years ago that were used on the winner of the first great american race 1915 Dodge. On the other hand Dodge five lug 24" wheels are available.
  12. I met the builder of this car 10-15 years ago. He lived in Utah and he and the fellow that has the yellow supercharged speedster came to California for a visit. The car is a fairly new.
  13. the door is 1915-1919 Dodge Brothers touring rear.
  14. The photo of the convertible is a great present!
  15. A real lead sled!