AHa

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About AHa

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  • Birthday 01/21/1956

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    Antique cars of all years and shapes and sizes

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  1. Hey there, can anybody identify this transmission case? Part number is 100134.
  2. The Ford TT Truck uses a brass worm gear. You could check with the T suppliers as to what is recommended but I suspect it is the 600W steam cylinder oil.
  3. I will give you my two cents on the trans lube. Use the 600W steam oil the model T suppliers sell. It is the right viscosity to help your car shift easily. Most modern oils are not.
  4. I just found a set for a Pierce on this site. The guy says one supplier charges $2200 for these and has a six month wait time. His asking price is $1400 for a similar ring and pinion, which seems very reasonable and is a $600 savings with no wait time, so I'll start there. If anybody is interested, send me an offer. I'm not in the business of selling parts and its difficult for me to asses value. On the cars I have, when I find a part, I just buy it. Where are you going to find another? I have no use for this ring and pinion gear and I'd like to get it into the hands of someone who could use it. Thank you for understanding. 48/13, 6" ID 10.5 OD Although I believe this to be for a Studebaker, I found another ring gear in these parts that is adaptable to my 1911 Buick with a little taken out of the center and a little off the outside so it is completely adaptable to your needs if it would fit.
  5. Here is a NOS ring and pinion gear, 48/13, 6"ID, 10.5" OD. I just found a set for a Pierce on this site. The guy says one supplier charges $2200 for these and has a six month wait time. His asking price is $1400 for a similar ring and pinion, which seems very reasonable and is a $600 savings with no wait time, so I'll start there. If anybody is interested, send me an offer. I'm not in the business of selling parts and its difficult for me to asses value. On the cars I have, when I find a part, I just buy it. Where are you going to find another? I have no use for this ring and pinion gear and I'd like to get it into the hands of someone who could use it. Thankyou for understanding.
  6. Here is a front wheel hub.
  7. Here is a large rear wheel hub to fit a tapered rear axle 1.250 at the end of the taper.
  8. Here is a rear wheel hub to fit a 1.1" tapered axel at the end of the taper.
  9. Hey there, I have a box of miscellaneous parts and some of them are Studebaker. I don't know if these are or not but if you recognize them and could use them, give me a shout. Thanks
  10. Hey there, I have this Wagner generator for sale. It was taken apart some time in the past and is not together. I don't know about this generator and don't want to do any damage so I haven't messed with it. There is a small piece broken off of the end cap but I don't believe it will effect the running of it.
  11. Hey there, I have this Wagner generator housing for sale. There is a small piece broken off of the end cap. The brass tag reads "Wagner lighting corporation, St. Cloud USA Generator Caution before disconnecting ground generator terminal, see instruction book, 6 volts, spec em338" 224 308 is stamped into the housing above the tag. There is no armature inside so this is just two pieces of a housing. Contact me by PM if you want or need this part.
  12. 60 pages of instructions, fair condition. Anybody need one?
  13. 85 pages of detailed instructions, Fourteenth Edition, February 15, 1927. Anybody interested?
  14. Anybody need one of these? Fourth Edition, 1928
  15. Along these same lines is the collection of barn finds sold off several years back. I don't remember much of the details but somebody had amassed a fairly large collection of classic cars, stashing them in dilapidated barns on his property. There was a big auction on site and among the cars was a 32 (?) DV 32 Stutz. I believe an article about the purchase of the Stutz was written up in the AACA mag. It would be interesting to revisit this story with before and after photos.