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RU22

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  1. I MEAN NO OFFENCE TO YOU. PLEASE DO UNDERSTAND...... LEBONCOIN Makes it almost impossible for those outside France to interact with sellers. In addition thy have no guarantee that you'll ever get your order like EBay. AND I HAVE BEEN RIPPED OFF BY LEBONCOIN BEFORE SENDING MONEY AND GETTING NOTHING!!! I have enough parts for all our French cars....... THANK GOD! Waaaaay East Jim
  2. Do you know what these sell for on French Ebay? ABOUT US$750 PER PAIR! I have a lot of Simca V-8 parts including bearings and gaskets
  3. Hi Bob Not mine.. My car had tandem seats .....AND was AMERICAN built in 1897 I guess all us bearded guys with old car sorrta look alike It's in the Dutch National Museum now
  4. Wayne Being on the Eastern Front I just go to the local basket makers. PROVDA !
  5. Where else would you keep the chickens you've struck on the road?
  6. I'd bet you have a lot of luck finding a bell and hoses
  7. Hi I am in Poland. There are still many 126s alive and well. Just got a 126 for my wife to plunk around in. One owner, now 78, with 55,000kms, original good paint, ect just like you'd expect from a we'll kept one owner car. Paid US$500..... yes $500. I have seen people ask US$15,000! Please be careful ..... people ask some really stupid prices hoping for a fool. SORRY that is just the truth.
  8. Phil There was a cloverleaf in an old warehouse in Long Beach, Ca Building is gone but the cards still there somewhere. Everything belonged to the owner of a boat scrapyard I have a 1915 International MW there. Three blocks away I found another one sitting....... So much stuff in So Cal I even found a 1937 BMW 328 engine block in Signal Hill one day.
  9. Or you could list it on EBay for a fair price and add in $1,000,000 post and packing
  10. So what your telling us is you worked on this for a couple years and don't have a clue what the finished product would be worth? Like I said.......
  11. Does anyone here remember the two Terraplane PUs in Bakersfield Ca? They were pretty nice projects but as I don't really fit I had to pass on them. Privately owner by a widow I would guess they are still there
  12. This all comes from the thought from some outside are that people here are just stupid. They are just not! Please learn that lesson. I have see people post cars they don't own for several times the price the actual owner wanted ....... I am not suggesting that in this case here. Only that we are enthusiasts here not fools. I think the honest and tactful responses post in this thread PROVES THAT!!!!
  13. Bob How is it possible to fit those hats on a pointed head?
  14. Dave Yes there were many things causing plugs to fail under compression. Many plugs were more than one piece construction . Even the glue for the center wire has gotten much better over the years
  15. Dan The backside looks just like the dash board of my International MW The handle pumps pressure doesn't rotate This was made to be wall mounted Bob the only way it would wam a hot dog is if you set fire to it
  16. I got this in Munich from an old mechanic His family had a shop since WWI Just thought I'd share the photos with you all Anyone have any information on it or it's operation ? Thank you here it is:
  17. I've one in my antique tool collection It was less than US$100 They are a very nice device you can actually use
  18. Thank you You have provides the info I needed to fill in one more gap. I am very happy that Mr Kuns owns the car now and has sorted the problems. My interest in the cars really started with the story in "OLD CARS" They are wonderful things. We have about 40 cars ..... I really don't count them. Most owned for many years. Take heart things go painfully slow and then one day you'll have "done" Seeing what you have done so far and so well I know the end result will be wonderful
  19. I have a lot of stick time in the 34 car when Brooks was alive ....... Road raced it many many miles. In proper trim the car is FIERCE! And has no brakes. it was fun pitching the car to slow it. About Gary's car......... The Brooks Steven car had original firewall and all the identity plaques ..... A Studebaker engineer made #34 into a street car. as I recall the conversion consisted of adding fenders. The car has the original engine, frame, Firewall. So what "body Parts"did Gary start with? At first he told me he had the car. Then I told him I'd driven the car at speed....... The he said Br
  20. You need to attach a vacuum gauge and adjust the carb's mixture screw to the highest vacuum. Get a UNISYN ...... Disconnect the linkage between the carbs and sync them with the throttle screws to the lowest idle speed. This really affects the mileage Once correct the vacuum should be pretty steady depending on several things including the cam your running I get about 18MPH with a built 302 GMC With the 228 I got well over 20 Feel free to PM me if you still have questions
  21. You can use a tractor generator with a tack drive on the back. There on ebay often I posted it where you saw the photo.
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