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George Albright

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  1. I found him and in discussions. Thanks to all! George
  2. Yes that’s it. I’m interested. Can’t get contact info through eBay. Trying to find someone who knows the owner. Thanks!
  3. Does anyone know the name and phone numbers of the owner of the 1913 car nation? I think this man still owns it. Thanks George Albright Ocala Florida cell 352 843 1624. Email. Gnalbright@gmail.com
  4. Google scripps booth registry for info on those cars.
  5. You bought the motor and used it for your intended purpose including powering a vehicle or a power plant such as this to spin a grinding wheel etc. no ID or names on it anywhere. Common in 1900-10 period. Thanks George
  6. Dear AACA members. I have been a museum board member since the 1990s. Amazing drag racing museum and amazing antique car museum. Right on I-75 10 miles south of Ocala,Florida. Open every day. Www.garlits.com phone 352 245 8661. Many of our cars on our website. Sincerely George Albright
  7. For sale: The nicest circa 1900-1910 approx. 2 HP no name motorcycle engine motor bicycle motor I've found in over 30 years of looking. Complete with period "Universal" maker carb/mixer,period tank,home made muffler. Complete including timer mechanism. Early atmospheric inlet valve configuration Needs coil to run. Good compression. Has long driver shafts on both sides for a starting handle,and other side for drive belt pulley. No cracked fins. 40 lbs. 18 inches overall height with spark plug. Crankcase is 3 1/4 inches thick,and 6 1/2 inches in diameter. Mounting brackets on both side of crankcase and on top of the side of the head. Make your 1900-10 bicycle frame or motorcycle an extremely valuable motorized vehicle. $9,800 plus crating and USA/foreign shipping for costs. More photos and measurements by email. George Albright,Ocala,Florida email: gnalbright@gmail.com cell weekdays 10-4 EST: 352 843 1624
  8. For sale: The nicest circa 1900-1910 approx. 2 HP no name motorcycle engine motor bicycle motor I've found in over 30 years of looking. Complete with period "Universal" maker carb/mixer,period tank,home made muffler. Complete including timer mechanism. Early atmospheric inlet valve configuration Needs coil to run. Good compression. Has long driver shafts on both sides for a starting handle,and other side for drive belt pulley. No cracked fins. 40 lbs. 18 inches overall height with spark plug. Crankcase is 3 1/4 inches thick,and 6 1/2 inches in diameter. Mounting brackets on both side of crankcase and on top of the side of the head. Make your 1900-10 bicycle frame or motorcycle an extremely valuable motorized vehicle. $9,800 plus crating and USA/foreign shipping for costs. More photos and measurements by email. George Albright,Ocala,Florida email: gnalbright@gmail.com cell weekdays 10-4 EST: 352 843 1624
  9. For sale: The nicest circa 1900-1910 approx. 2 HP no name motorcycle engine motor bicycle motor I've found in over 30 years of looking. Complete with period "Universal" maker carb/mixer,period tank,home made muffler. Complete including timer mechanism. Early atmospheric inlet valve configuration Needs coil to run. Good compression. Has long driver shafts on both sides for a starting handle,and other side for drive belt pulley. No cracked fins. 40 lbs. 18 inches overall height with spark plug. Crankcase is 3 1/4 inches thick,and 6 1/2 inches in diameter. Mounting brackets on both side of crankcase and on top of the side of the head. Make your 1900-10 bicycle frame or motorcycle an extremely valuable motorized vehicle. $9,800 plus crating and USA/foreign shipping for costs. More photos and measurements by email. George Albright,Ocala,Florida email: gnalbright@gmail.com cell weekdays 10-4 EST: 352 843 1624
  10. I spoke to the owner two weeks ago. It sold for his asking price of $20,000
  11. My friend and AACA member Frank Stafford broke one of his 1937 Packard Model 1500 rear trunk hinges. 1938 and or 1939 might work. 1937 Model 120 will not work. Leads appreciated! Contact Frank at FSTAFFORD1957@gmail.com
  12. My friend and AACA member Frank Stafford broke one of his 1937 Packard Model 1500 rear trunk hinges. 1938 and or 1939 might work. 1937 Model 120 will not work. Leads appreciated! Contact Frank at FSTAFFORD1957@gmail.com
  13. My friend and AACA member Frank Stafford broke one of his 1937 Packard Model 1500 rear trunk hinges. 1938 and or 1939 might work. 1937 Model 120 will not work. Leads appreciated! Contact Frank at FSTAFFORD1957@gmail.com
  14. My friend and AACA member Frank Stafford broke one of his 1937 Packard Model 1500 rear trunk hinges. 1938 and or 1939 might work. 1937 Model 120 will not work. Leads appreciated! Contact Frank at FSTAFFORD1957@gmail.com
  15. Thanks. Lou Icciano and his lovely wife were staples at the green field every year at Hershey!
  16. Hello: Can anyone tell me if this axle will fit a 1914 Buick Model 24? I would like to have a spare or pieces thereof. Thank you. https://www.ebay.com/itm/265224921107?hash=item3dc0a32013:g:QvwAAOSw-3FZAf4P Thanks,George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com
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