George Albright

Help ID this set of circa 1924-29 wood wheels.4 wheel brakes. Great condition. Also for sale. See photos

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Dear Friends. Please help me ID this wonderful set of wheels and rims and brake drums. Ready to clean up, mount on your car, and go. Probably 1924-29 era. Rims are 22 3/4 inches wide from outer lip to outer lip.The rims are 5 1/2 inches thick from outside lip to outside lip. The front hubs and the front brake drums are slightly different than the rear hubs and brake drums. I will sell the set for $695 for all 4. Slight possibility they are Studebaker. Thanks for your help! They are heavy! I will assist on finding a shipper on www.uship.com an Ebay company I frequently use. Thanks,George Albright,Ocala,Fla.  cell weekdays 10-4 EST best 352 843 1624  emai8l  gnalbright@gmail.com

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314 Cadillac , George. 1926 & 1927. If any doubt persists , I can measure up for you this weekend.    - Carl 

 

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Many Many thanks Carl! They are indeed 314 Cadillac. 1926 & 1927. We had a wire wheel set we sold 6 months ago off of the same model. Yes they are for sale. $695 all. Please share with your Cadillac Model 314 friends! Sincerely George Albright

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This is a feature of the AACA forums which I really like.

 

Now some obscure, unidentified parts which would have been difficult to sell at any price locally, have been positively identified and shipped around the world to someone who was likely very glad to get them. Makes me feel great for both parties. 

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2 hours ago, lump said:

This is a feature of the AACA forums which I really like.

 

Now some obscure, unidentified parts which would have been difficult to sell at any price locally, have been positively identified and shipped around the world to someone who was likely very glad to get them. Makes me feel great for both parties. 

And in under 24 hours!!

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