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  1. Have had success finding the Rudge Wheels and a few engine parts. Still looking for body and drive train parts for a short wheel base Stevens-Duryea (1913 - 1915) known as a Model C-Six or D-Six. Leads appreciated! Thanks, David
  2. Steve, For those who want to enter a car for both AACA and CCCA judging, will there be a joint club banquet afterwards? It doesn't appear to be clear from the information published by each club so far and the cost per person is different for each. Not sure how the awards presentations would work either. Thanks, David
  3. Thanks for the lead - I'll give Russ a call or email.
  4. Still looking for drive train and body parts for a 1915 Stevens-Duryea (left hand drive) in particular: 1. Engine - fan mounting bracket, belly (oil) pan, distributor 2. Cowl lights and taillights (unique to the 1915 model) 3. Top bows 4. Robe and foot rails 5. Spare tire side mount brackets 6. Warner Auto-Meter 100mph speedometer, Bosch battery-coil switch, and air regulator (choke lever) for dash 7. Rear seat cushions Also, any literature on the 1915 D-Six model including shop manuals, advertising pieces, etc. Leads appreciated! Thanks, David 704-564-5468
  5. Still looking for the Warner Auto-Meter ...anyone have a 65 or 100 mph one like pictured? Thanks, David
  6. Looking for the Warner speedometer, Weston ammeter, and a Bosch ignition switch for my 1915 Stevens-Duryea project. The speedometer is a 100 mph Warner Auto-Meter with a steel case (brass would be ok too), the Weston ammeter is a -10 to +30 range ammeter, and the ignition switch is a Bosch dual switch - coil & mag (must have a key). Photos are attached of what we're looking for. Any leads would be appreciated! Thanks, David 704-564-5468
  7. Have not contacted Corning but will give it a try. Thanks!
  8. I believe they were green on both left side light and right side light. The photos here are of the 1915 Stevens-Duryea in the Nethercutt Collection and, as you can see, they are the same on both sides.
  9. Looking for drive train and body parts for a 1913, 1914, or 1915 short wheel base touring Stevens-Duryea particularly the following: top bows, rear fenders, rear seat cushions, cowl lights (1915), 27" Rudge-Whitworth wheels and hubs, radiator badge, engine fan, carburetor, dash instruments, rear luggage trunk, etc. any and all leads considered. Thanks!
  10. Would you be interested in a 1915 Stevens-Duryea chassis? It is just the frame, has the original numbers stamped and painted on the cross members. It is the short wheelbase - 131" model D-Six originally fitted with a 496 ci 6 cylinder engine. David
  11. I have one cowl light for a 1915 Stevens Duryea and want to find a glass lens maker to make a second. It is a clear lens about 5" in diameter (made originally by Corning) and typical of the late brass cars. There is also a green tinted glass sidelight about 2" wide and curved to fit in the side of the brass housing. Does anyone know who's able to reproduce these early glass lens? Thanks!
  12. I've been told there was a classified ad in the HCCA Gazette earlier this year for a 1915 Stevens-Duryea "parts car" located in Oregon. Does anyone recall seeing it and could possibly pass on the contact information? Also looking for anyone who might recall a gentleman by the name of John Ogden in the San Diego area that was a former owner of my 1915 Stevens. Please contact me if you knew him. Thanks! David
  13. A friend of mine has a pair of what appears to be NOS headlights, complete and ready to bolt on, for a 1930 Marmon Big 8. If you're interested, be send me a PM. Thanks, David