Jump to content

thomasoverbaugh

Members
  • Posts

    9
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Reputation

10 Good

About thomasoverbaugh

  • Birthday 08/13/1943

Profile Information

  • Location
    Trumansburg, NY USA

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Members 10 8 posts Location: Trumansburg, NY USA Posted 7 minutes ago The end of one of the cables has come loose from inside the body. I can see the pully above next to the rear quarter panel but I cannot see where the end of the cable hooks to. Is a recoil spring or a counter weight? How do I get to it? My cable end has a loop at the end. I have a 1957 Pontiac Service Manual which supposedly covers the body but it does not even mention station wagon. I assume all GM station wagons of this era work the same. Members 10 8 posts Location: Trumansburg, NY USA Posted 7 minutes ago The end of one of the cables has come loose from inside the body. I can see the pully above next to the rear quarter panel but I cannot see where the end of the cable hooks to. Is a recoil spring or a counter weight? How do I get to it? My cable end has a loop at the end. I have a 1957 Pontiac Service Manual which supposedly covers the body but it does not even mention station wagon. I assume all GM station wagons of this era work the same. Members 10 8 posts Location: Trumansburg, NY USA The end of one of the cables has come loose from inside the body. I can see the pully above next to the rear quarter panel but I cannot see where the end of the cable hooks to. Is a recoil spring or a counter weight? How do I get to it? My cable end has a loop at the end. I have a 1957 Pontiac Service Manual which supposedly covers the body but it does not even mention station wagon. I assume all GM station wagons of this era work the same. Members 10 8 posts Location: Trumansburg, NY USA
  2. The end of one of the cables has come loose from inside the body. I can see the pully above next to the rear quarter panel but I cannot see where the end of the cable hooks to. Is a recoil spring or a counter weight? How do I get to it? My cable end has a loop at the end. I have a 1957 Pontiac Service Manual which supposedly covers the body but it does not even mention station wagon. I assume all GM station wagons of this era work the same. Tom O
  3. 1915 and earlier I need pictures of the cars listed below. this is for a book that a friend of mine started and did not live to finish. He completed most of the text but never got to acquiring the pictures of the vehicles mentioned in the book. The book is about the influence of the automobile on a small rural village prior to 1916. I would prefer a digital photo without people (unless dressed in period) or other cars in it. As this is not a professional venture, I am not paying for the photo but will, on request, list the owner’s name. All of the proceeds from this book will be donated to our local Ulysses Historical Society. Please send photos or questions to tom@overbaugh.com Thank you, Manufacturer Model Year Model Abbot-Detroit 1912 Areocar 1908 5 passenger Autocar 1910 7 passenger Brockway truck 1915 2 ton truck Buick 1907 Touring Buick 1909 Runabout Buick 1910 F Cadillac 1904 Cadillac 1909 Cadillac 1910 30 Cadillac 1912 Chalmers 1914 Touring Chevrolet 1915 Baby Grand Touring Columbia 1912 Roadster Craig-Toledo 1908 De Tamble 1911 Touring or Roadster Dodge 1915 Touring Eldridge 1904 Ford 1906 Touring Ford 1911 Torpedo Gaeth (Steam) 1910 Steam car Jackson 1912 Locomobile 1900-01 Maxwell 1908 Roadster Metz 1914 Oakland 1909 Touring Olds 1905 Runabout Overland 1909 Touring Packard 1912 Page-Detroit 1914 Roadster Peerless 1913 Pierce-Motorette 1905 Pierce Arrow 1912 R.C.H. 1912 Rainier 1904-05 REO 1907 Runabout REO 1909 Touring Stevens-Duryea 1911 Stoddard-Dayton 1912 Studebaker 1915 Touring Thomas Flyer 1913 Willys-Knight 1915 Touring Winton 1903
  4. I need to contact the guys who about early model A fords. More specifically, 3 digit serial numbered cars. Please contcat me direct at tomo@zoom-dsl.com or 607 592 2092
  5. These are not the same! The first REO six was late 1915. The ignition system is REMY and is totally different than the picture attached by ? I have found at least two suppliers who still have new old stock therefore I see no reason to reproduce this cap. Tom Overbaugh
  6. Rusty, Thanks, I'll look again. Guess I missed it before. Any particular date? Tom
  7. Jim, I have done that and there is nothing on a complete body for the T, light weight or other. Lots of information on the REX company. What I really am looking for is a confirmation of sorts on the body or the whoile "kit" if that is what it was. An ad from a magazine whould be great. All I have found is an ad for a rumble seat. Tom
  8. I am looking for all and any information such as copies of ads of a lightweight roadster body for the model T Ford by REX Manufacturing, Connersville, IN. Also did they offer this as a kit with a Rajo head and rocky mountain brakes. I have a 1926 T with these additions. I assume this was offered in the thirties. Tom Overbaugh Trumansburg, NY 607 592 2092
×
×
  • Create New...