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About wellis66

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  1. While this is a different model and style you can get a feel for the looks and style. Only 1/2 a million. https://hymanltd.com/vehicles/6558-1937-horch-853-coupe/
  2. Without pictures, in the 150 to 175, they don’t bring the 853 type money but still a very nice car. One sold in PA (private sale) a couple of years ago for 250. Was nice not original but not restored. william ellis - DKW Club of America https://m.classic-trader.com/uk/cars/search?make=78&sorting%5Bsorting%5D=datePublished_desc&pagination%5BentriesPerPage%5D=60&pagination%5Bpage%5D=1&_locale=en_GB
  3. I am getting ready to order new tires for my 1924 Willys Knight, and I read through a couple of threads about tire sizes and types. Before I plunk down a lot of money for something I can't use, I thought I would ask here. Today I have 32x4 on the rims. I assume that they are OK, since they look like they have been there for a long time. The spare looks to be from the 1950s - no tread and really hard so maybe older - and it is also 32x4 according to the sidewall. So by my calculations the rims must be 24 (32-4-4=24) so that would mean 32x4 (24+4+4=32) or 33x4.5 (24+4.5+4.5=33) or 34x5 (24+
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