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  1. Britten's Brass Works. 269-979-3928. Ceresco, Michigan. Hands down, the best.
  2. Rick Britten, Ceresco, Michigan. 269-979-3928. He is the 'BEST". Locoman
  3. Think that I may be able to help you out. Do you have a picture of what you need? Used to have a '25 Packard. Tim
  4. I'll take a look the next time that I am at the warehouse. Thanks for the inquiry. Locoman
  5. 1928 Buick engine and differential Asking $2000 OBO Parts are located in the Chicago area Contact Tim: 708-946-6430 (Monday-Friday) More pictures available Email: diane3626@gmail.com
  6. 1902 Northern Runabout $50,000 OBO Older restoration. Still looks great. Runs excellent. Starts easy. Email for more pictures Beecher, IL USA Tim diane3626@gmail.com 708-946-6430 M-F 8-5 CST
  7. 1913 Buick M-31 Speedster $50,000 OBO Original 1913 Buick Chassis. Rebuilt engine. 12 volt electric starter. Runnion radiator. Brittens brass lights. Leather bucket seats. New tires. Ready for touring. Email for more pictures Beecher, IL USA Tim diane3626@gmail.com 708-946-6430 M-F 8-5 CST
  8. 1953 Chevrolet 210 $30,000 OBO Older restoration, still very nice. Power top. Automatic trans. All stock. Email for more pictures Beecher, IL USA Tim diane3626@gmail.com 708-946-6430 (M-F 8-5 CST)
  9. Hello, Just wondering if this chassis is still available and how complete it is. Contact info, diane3626@gmail.com. Thanks.
  10. My friend is back from his trip. I talked to him today and he promised to take pictures this week. Stay tuned. Locoman.
  11. My friend with the 2 Rainiers is out of town until after Jan 7th. He will take some pictures when he returns and I will post them then. Thanks for our patience. Locoman.
  12. I made contact with my friend with the 2 Rainiers today. As far as he is concerned, there are only 2 remaining cars. He owns the Melton town car and the 1908 model D touring car. The Melton car is a 1906-07 model C. He has agreed to take some detail shots of the front axle area,rear-end assembly, and the rear springs to try and help identify the mystery chassis. Stay tuned. Locoman.
  13. I have a friend who owns 2 Rainiers. I'll have him look at both of his cars and possibly take some pictures to see if that solves the mystery. Locoman.
  14. Thanks to all that replied. I have no idea what the car is. I'm also guessing 1901-03 vintage. Picture was given to me by a historical society to help identify. Picture was taken in Beecher, Illinois. No idea who the people are. If anyone would like me to send them a copy by e-mail, just send me your address. Thanks for any help. Locoman.
  15. Hi Chuck, Thanks for the "guess". It looks very similar to the Studebaker/Garford. I could e-mail the picture which comes through a little clearer to you if you like. The picture was taken in Cedar Lake IN. Thanks again, Locoman