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  1. Thanks for all the info, this will help a lot. I will need to clean everything and look for numbers.
  2. I have a bunch of backing plates and a bunch of brake shoes with most covered in crud and apart in a bin. I want to put some sets together and would like to know if the backing plates and shoes are the same front to back or are they different for the front axle versus the back axle ?
  3. Looking for a nice pair of 1928 Essex car frame rails in good shape.
  4. Looking for a nice pair of 1928 Essex car frame rails in good shape.
  5. I am looking for the passenger side side front rear spring shackle mount for a 1926 Chevrolet. This is the part that is mounted to the fame and different from thee driver side.
  6. I am looking for the passenger side side front rear spring shackle mount for a 1926 Chevrolet. This is the part that is mounted to the fame and different from thee driver side.
  7. I am looking for the passenger side side front rear spring shackle mount for a 1926 Chevrolet. This is the part that is mounted to the fame and different from thee driver side.
  8. I have used Freight Quote https://www.freightquote.com/ I set up an account and they give me a bunch of choices to pick from. A lift gate to a residential address will add about $50. the cheapest will be to drop off at a terminal and to pick up a terminal.
  9. Looking for Zenith 30 DHK carburetors and parts. I need two of these, PM with price and pictures.
  10. Leo, I bought some blanks from Straight Eight for the 5/16 line and tapped the back and may also have the others you need. https://straight-eight.com/
  11. Have found a few, and still on the hunt to complete a set.
  12. Joe Gemsa was famous for putting his name on everyone ells patterns. He used to barrow patterns from other races at the time and soon there would be some parts with his name on it. But it was always a treat to go by his house and see some of the stuff he was working on. On one trip I remember seeing a handful offys sitting on the ground and cut down Miller Indy engine for a midget race car on the bench. Sure miss those days.
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