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Jon Lundberg

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  1. I am involved with a project seeking to correctly identify this vehicle and assess its value. The attached photos reveal a 1922-23 Farm Truck of 2-Ton Capacity. The engine is a gas 4-cylinder Hercules, transmission is 4-speed Brown-Lipe and the rear axle is a Columbia. Please note the unusual 3-window cab. Finally, the gas tank is oval and mounts beneath the seat. The grain/produce rear bed measures 6-feet wide by 10-feet long. Reason I am not posting a supposed brand is that we think this unit was presented to a well-regarded company manager of an antique tractor maker as a retirement gif
  2. Hello: I am from Tucson, AZ. There is about to be restored a complete 1923 J.I. Case 3/4 Ton truck. The information we seek is the period-correct frame color. Very little information exists on these trucks as not many were made at the Wisconsin plant. Any help or leads to help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  3. Where do I go or whom do I contact to gain detailed information on 1920's J. I. Case trucks? My issue involves a 1920 Case 1-ton mounted with a grain/produce body. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
  4. Hello! Who do I contact or where do I go to obtain detailed information on 1920's J.I. Case trucks. My issue concerns a 1923 Case 1-ton mounted with a grain/produce body. Any help will be very much appreciated.
  5. Thanks, guys. This has been a great help. o The Specification Book for US Cars 1920-1929 the 9K Continental was used in the 1925 and 1926 Jordan Model A and the 1927 Model AA. The bore and stroke are 3.00 x 4.75 and the displacement is 268.6 cid. As Alfre said the output is quoted as 74 hp @ 3000 rpm. Carb is a Stromberg OX-2 and the ignition is by Bosch. An eight with the same bore and stroke figures was also used in 1928 and 1929 but the 1928 is a 14S and the 1929 is a 15S. I think it is a reasonable assumption that the same basic engine in other forms may have been used by other manufactur
  6. According to Art Worledge of the Jordan Register, my subject is a Model AA (A) sedan. Thank you.
  7. Need some help ... My current project is valuing a 1926 Jordan equipped with a Continental inline 8. Can someone help, by looking at the motor plate, give me the Series and specs in this engine? Been to Montes and they only go back to the 1940's. Engine number is: 9K-6048. Thank you.
  8. Hi, my Diementia is kicking up today. Here's a photo of what appears to be the shock absorber fitted to a 1926 Jordan. By what name, designation or description is it known? Thank you.
  9. Thank you! Messed up the addy on first try.
  10. Does anyone have modern contact information for Art Worledge of the Jordan Register? Thank you, #995512
  11. Anybody here a fan of Jordan cars? If so, would appreciate hearing from you. Regards,
  12. Hello! I'm working on a 1954 Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe and would like its relevant numbers decoded. They are: VIN/SERIAL: 7274971 ENGINE: C542834503 COWL TAG: Line 1 = MODEL 45, PAINT 08, TRIM 17, SCHED 169, ITEM 0008 Line 2 = under TRIM 1, under SCHED 58 Line 3 = Alphabet A-J, then KKS, then SPL FO Line 4 = under SPL FO, 22591 Any help would be greatly appreciated. Jon Lundberg, Member No: 995512 Tucson AZ Chapter
  13. I met Joe drag racing in the early 1960's. We'd been friends ever since, now more than 50 years. Not the tallest of men, he was truly a giant among us. So long, pal. May you soar with the angels - forever!
  14. I need to contact someone with experience building the "NASCAR steel" 500 CID Oldsmobile engines used in the Canadian American Challenge series (aka CanAm). Can anyone help? The unfortunate passing of Joe Mondello this week has reduced that field of builders even further. Thanks for any help you can provide,
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