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  1. Ignition switch for: Haynes 1916 1917 37,37 Jones 1916 1917 25,26 Paige 1917 6-51 Remy 192A with key $175 can ship worldwide.
  2. Need to identify this early Delco coil

    For Delco #2180 I find no automotive listing. Delco #2188 is Buick all models 1926-28.
  3. What do these lamps belong on?

    4 screws/rivets on the front face of the rims and hinge at the top are common features on headlamps of trucks. The steel bodies and socket mounting are late features for gas lamps. Look on late teens and 1920s trucks. Gas lamps were used on many trucks until the mid 1920s when starters and generators along with their electric lighting finally relieved truck drivers of hand cranking the engines equipped with magnetos for ignition.
  4. 1913 Stutz items For Sale

    Esterline ammeter New Old Stock with box Solar 305 tail lamp
  5. Valve Shrouds for Wisconsin engines

    Aren't the Stutz and FWD units different? They have different lifter diameter and therefore neck down differently. Also late units for FWD were stamped of sheetmetal. Are you making the spring steel clamps that hold the 2 halves together?
  6. Looking for 3 felloe bands for wooden wheels, Jaxon No.19, Buick 1919-20 models: H-49, 50, K-49, 50. These measure 2 15/16" wide overall, diameter at front is 24 1/4" and across the back is 14 15/16".
  7. Looking for 3 felloe bands for wooden wheels, Jaxon No.19, Buick 1919-20 models: H-49, 50, K-49, 50. These measure 2 15/16" wide overall, diameter at front is 24 1/4" and across the back is 14 15/16".
  8. Bosch 2 Spark Magneto Switch

    Bosch switch marked 0 1 2, for 2 spark magnetos, 3 1/2" outside diameter.
  9. 1913 ammeter For Sale

    New Old Stock Esterline ammeter for 1913 Stutz and those few era cars that used Esterline System electrics. Now on ebay , click on this link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/202088732085
  10. Phinney-Walker rim wind clock circa 1912

    I will take it! Sending you a message.
  11. What is this car?

    The oval filler is a feature of Kinwood brand radiators. While Overland was the largest purchaser, there were others that had this same filler, Stoddard-Dayton included.
  12. What is this car?

    How about 1911 Overland Is that the trademark script painted on the hood, just showing above the crown of the left front fender?
  13. Unknown 33 x 4 SS Rims

    I believe these to be late 1920's truck rims. Sorry I do not know the manufacturer. Can you measure the rim size ( tire inside diameter) at arrows? They may be 24", a common truck tire size.
  14. Unknown 1912 era car, ID requested.

    The unknown car has been identified as a 1911 Haynes Model 20 Fore-Door Touring. Standard wheels were non-demountable, it would seem that the 2 lug demountable wheels were aftermarket or perhaps special ordered ( or offered) thru the factory ( or dealer). Here is another image of the same car/model. There seems to be an artist touch up for the advertisement, the steering gear thru the side of the hood has been erased!
  15. Early Magneto? Water Pump? Crank Handle? Drive

    Looks badly worn or rusted but may be this: Magneto drive coupling, this type is called Simms. See upper left. There is one more corrugation on one side than the other allowing a fine adjustment of timing.