George Albright

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  1. The Holley Brothers built the 5 HP one cylinder Holly car in 1904 and with left over parts built the same car,the Bradford in 1905. Cool carb! The Holly brothers built the French Longuemare carb in the USA under license. Thanks,George
  2. Wanted: 1900-08 Waltham Orient stuff built by Charles Metz,including bicycles,motorcycles,tricycles,quadricycles,buckboards,parts,engines,French De Dion Bouton and Aster engines,Longuemare carbs,etc. Leads appreciated! George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com cell 352 843 1624 weekdays 10-4 EST best
  3. Wanted: 1900-08 Waltham Orient stuff built by Charles Metz,including bicycles,motorcycles,tricycles,quadricycles,buckboards,parts,engines,French De Dion Bouton and Aster engines,Longuemare carbs,etc. Leads appreciated! George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com cell 352 843 1624 weekdays 10-4 EST best
  4. Wanted: 1900-08 Waltham Orient stuff built by Charles Metz,including bicycles,motorcycles,tricycles,quadricycles,buckboards,parts,engines,French De Dion Bouton and Aster engines,Longuemare carbs,etc. Leads appreciated! George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com cell 352 843 1624 weekdays 10-4 EST best
  5. Axles look like 1910-15 Metz. George Albright
  6. this info on LeBaron may help: http://www.coachbuilt.com/bui/l/lebaron/lebaron.htm
  7. Try to locate where the Maker plates were normally screwed to either one or both sides of the lower outside cowl. Then measure the distance between the two screw holes that at one time held the plate on the car. Then find someone with a period LeBaron maker plate on a car or a loose one and see if the holes on the plate line up with the holes on your cars cowl. If they do its probably LeBaron. Evey maker plate was slightly different in size and length,and thus mounting screw hole distances. For instance Derham maker tag was a shield. Had strange placing for the two mounting holes. LeBaron was rectangle, like most other maker plates.Sincerely George Albright
  8. Pictures of the engine and brass data plate please. Sounds like a nice $500 engine. Cheers George Albright
  9. Look at 1929 graham Paige factory brochures on eBay. It may pop up in one of them. Please post photos and particulars on your car here for us to help. Thanks George Albright
  10. I need a pair of nice condition late 1930s Willy’s 77 hubcaps leads appreciated! George Albright,Ocala Florida. Cell weekdays 10-4 EST. 352 843 1624. Email. Gnalbright@gmail.com
  11. Wanted 1919-21 Essex car or rolling chassis with the early style 4 cylinder motor. Must be reasonably priced. Leads appreciated! George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com cell weekdays 104 EST 352 843 1624
  12. Wanted 1919-21 Essex car or rolling chassis with the early style 4 cylinder motor. Must be reasonably priced. Leads appreciated! George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com cell weekdays 104 EST 352 843 1624
  13. There it is!!! Thanks George Albright
  14. James Melton is buried in the city cemetery about 2000 feet from my home. I have visited his grave. He went to Ocala high school with my grandmother. If anyone doing a story or book on James Melton wants a photo of his grave please let me know. Thanks George Albright Ocala Florida. Cell weekdays 352 843 1624. Email gnalbright@gmail.com
  15. Send me photos and info by my email on your early motor. I know a fair amount about them and have research books on early stuff. George Albright,Florida. Email. Gnalbright@gmail.com. Cell weekdays EST 10-4. 352 844 1624
  16. Yes everyone please go and bring a vehicle if possible. Thanks George Albright, Museum member
  17. I found out the front axle was from a late 20s Chrysler and bought a nice complete one to go with the car. Car is still for sale. $89,000/offers. George Albright,Florida. Gnalbright@gmail.com. Cell 353 843 1624