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  1. That is the stamping for the Whitlock Coil Pipe Co. of Hartford, Ct. They made radiators for several car companies and hood fronts for air cooled Knox automobiles.
  2. A little competition for the AACA library. I believe the HCCA has a relatively complete run of the Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal magazine from the late 1800s and is an excellent reference for early vehicles and their pieces.
  3. If the boy is interested in really early pre WWII cars, contact me later in the spring when it is warmer and I will treat him to rides in a brass era car and maybe a horseless carriage.
  4. PM sent on Cozy-Wings bracket.
  5. Hook, that car could be a 1905 or '06 Premier. Very similar to cross engine Franklin in appearance, but with a wider hood (engine cover) and grillwork. That cylinder in front is a Presto-Lite gas tank.
  6. Where is this located and why not post this on the Franklin area of the AACA Forum?
  7. Further dimensions such as center to center of stud or bolt holes, the ID's of the hub hole and hub cap hole certainly would be helpful. These are always different from one marque to another.
  8. Can a specific make and year(s) of vehicle be taken from the book?
  9. 1937hd45 PM sent. give me a call
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    Contact Vinnie Cassidy at 978-758-0834 or vincentcassidy1@gmail.com
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