George Albright

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  1. Sorry send your email address to my email address. Gnalbright@gmail.com Thanks
  2. I have the photos. Will post next week while at my office. The owner has now agreed to give the motor to anyone that will pick it up for free! It’s in Ontario as per the thread above. I’m waiting for more contact info to post. Motor says BRISCOE on the side in raised letters and is 3 3/8 bore x 5 stroke. If you send me your email address to my email address I will forward you the two photos today and maybe you can post them. Let’s save this engine ! Thanks George Albright it’s a little rough but mostly complete. Definitely worth saving!
  3. Google US Express truck 1905,1910 1915 and 1920. Maybe some with show up in google and google images to see what the body may have looked like. Cheers george
  4. Thanks. The ultimate compliment! Cheers george
  5. I googled Meier brothers express Henry Illinois 1910 and same with 1920 instead. Both showed ads or at least mention of Meier brothers spot cash 5 and 10 counter in the Henry Republican newspaper. No info in the kimes-Clark book on Meier cars . We now know that’s the name of the business where vehicle was used,not the manufacturer of the vehicle. Sincerely George Albright
  6. Cool stuff! Those parts appear to be made circa 1904-07 according to the style and shape of the hood radiator etc. the writing states that the company was probably a local express company not a manufacturing company. The Oiler also looks the earlier time frame as well. I can’t explain the fenders. If you decide to sell the stuff I am interested in saving it. Thanks George Albright Ocala Florida cell weekdays 10-4 EST best. 352 843 1624. Email gnalbright@gmail.com
  7. Looks to be a 24 hp motor. Same for 1917-20 according to the Clark-Kimes book
  8. Tag is On either side of the block if there is one. Maybe no tag. Please send photos of engine to me at gnalbright@gmail.com. Thanks george
  9. Photos of both sides of the motor and brass ID tag please
  10. Dear Friends. I donated an old 1930s neon sign with the glass broken in a crate to the American Sign Museum in Cincinnatti,Ohio. I live 15 minutes off of I-75 in Ocala,Fla. It is in a new screwed together plywood crate and the crate is approximately 6 ft long, 4 ft high,and one ft wide. Approx 100 lbs. Can put on casters to load and or ship. Must ship standing up. Must be inside hauling for signs protection. Will pay $200 for help shipping as again its a donation to a great organization! See www.americansignmuseum.org Like to move in the next 60 days. Please share with others. Thanks,George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com cell weekdays 10-4 EST Best 352 843 1624
  11. Dear Friends. I donated an old 1930s neon sign with the glass broken in a crate to the American Sign Museum in Cincinnatti,Ohio. I live 15 minutes off of I-75 in Ocala,Fla. It is in a new screwed together plywood crate and the crate is approximately 6 ft long, 4 ft high,and one ft wide. Approx 100 lbs. Can put on casters to load and or ship. Must ship standing up. Must be inside hauling for signs protection. Will pay $200 for help shipping as again its a donation to a great organization! See www.americansignmuseum.org Like to move in the next 60 days. Please share with others. Thanks,George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com cell weekdays 10-4 EST Best 352 843 1624
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  13. Thought more about it. Might been alllen. Also might be Stephens. Simply can’t remember more. It was 1-2 years ago in southwest Florida. Sorry,george
  14. Serial number 348 on the back stamped would make it a 1903. However I have never seen that piece let lone on a one cylinder Cadillac
  15. Seems like there is one for sale a while back in the Sarasota Ft Myers area. It was some sort of orphan car about a year ago. Restored. Think it was an Allen.
  16. I have seen that car for sale in the driveway for several months here in Ocala Florida. Congrats’
  17. Detroit is Detroit because in 1900 on companies spring up to make the various nuts bolts and parts the fledgling companies needed to assemble a car. A O Smith started making car frames in 1905. Etc etc
  18. Sold at Hershey 8 is years ago. Don’t remember who bought it. Thanks George Albright
  19. Does anyone own or have info on a circa 1917-18 lycoming model k engine. ? That’s what we think the motor is. Thanks George gnalbrigjt@gmail.com