mikesbrunn

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  1. I am looking for a starter solenoid for an early Westinghouse starter. they were used on pierce arrows, locomobiles , mc farlands and other large cars.any leads would be apprieciated thanks mike 908-202-7182
  2. I have been in love with brass era and ccca classiss for 40 years but I am starting to look at 50's cars. the uglier the better. this is a possibility or a late 50's chyrsler wagon mike
  3. I am setting up a modern starter on a Locomobile and trying to figured out how many teeth I need on the starter . I had done this a 1910 REO and remember that there was a ratio that made it easy to turn. thanks- Mike
  4. We will be starting to do the interior of a 1914 Locomobile Limo, I have nothing to work with and am looking for so photos or drawing of a high end Limo interior that we can use as a base to start. Any help would be appriciated Mike
  5. I looking for some parts for a 1939 Graham shark nose. Dash board parts, knobs, steering wheel, radio, misc interior parts Mike
  6. what is meant by a progressive tour? I have been on HCCA hub tours and CCCA tours which go to a different hotel each nite thanks- Mike
  7. still for sale? is locomobile printed on the top plate?
  8. that's what I thought but where would "locomobile" come into play. and the 10?
  9. I bought a 1914 Locomobile a few years ago. I had found this some where - maybe a flea market. it looked interesting but I have no idea of what it is. Maybe a race trophy the last line has 10 on it. any ideas??? Mike
  10. I have just received a bunch of tools and jacks from a friend of mines estate. many of these have company name on them but they are on a plate that is secured to the side of the jack. I do have a jack for a 1914 locomobile, I will check it out when I get home. when I bought my loco, I received a bunch of tools with it. most appear to be of the era but not marked loco Mike
  11. bud's springs in Lancaster, pa got name from the amish who are making wooden wheels for my 1914 locomobile. I figured they would know because their buggys all have some form of springs
  12. found someone to make them, will keep you posted, picking up in late jan
  13. it looks like I will reconsider radials, but is there a better brand or tread type that will give me a better ride?. The tires now make my front end go all over the place when I hit an imperfection in the road
  14. I am working on a 1914 locomobile and need to get some new leaf springs made. seems simple enough, I have the old ones which are very straight forward. As I have found out - most just order something from a book- very few actually make them. looking for some one in eastern Pa or NJ thanks - Mike
  15. we will be touring this summer in a 1936 Packard with 7.50 x 17 tires and I would like to find someone who supplies radial tires. I heard they were available but haven't come up with much yet. thanks - Mike
  16. need your phone so I can text you a pic of my fenders Mike
  17. al- send me your phone number again so I can text you a few pix of the fenders, which I will do tonite or tomorrow afternoon Mike
  18. Al - I am bringing my repro rear fender to Hershey, if you are going to be around Mike
  19. I have used powder coating on wire wheels - they sandblasted them and powder coated for $75 per wheel and a couple day turn around. also had a big frame done- $400. complete. I think it's great clean quick and fairly inexpensive
  20. I purchased a 1914 Locomobile and I am trying to find the original purchaser of the car. I have got back to 1920. it was purchased by a wealth family in NYC , in 1920 it was given to the chauffeur as a wedding present. I have found the chauffeurs name , but I am figuring that if you needed a license it may have an owner on the info. I have tried the ny city dmv , and they don't seem to have any info pre 1980 thanks- Mike
  21. I am trying to find someone that makes correct running board rubber for a 1936 Packard conv sedan with a 148 wheel base. I had bought them years ago and I need a new set. thanks- Mike
  22. Al - saw you are looking for a rear fender, I may have what you need. I have a 1914 Limo that I had some one from the car club make me a set of rear fenders. He is in Ohio and I am in NJ , he copied them off a car in Ohio but it was the wrong year. I can send you pictures and dimensions if you want- it is a pair I believe the car he used was a 1912 Mike