cessna195

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  1. Nice older restoration of a 1909 Stoddard Dayton Roadster. It was restored in 1962 by Henery Heinsohn for Herb Gunnison of Stoddard Dayton fame. Stoddard Dayton's are known for their wonderful looking engine and a good down the road touring performance. Big 4 cylinder 45 HP engine (4 3/4 x 5) 3 Speed Transmission (never been busted up) Exterior: Gray Interior: Red in good condition Body: Very good condition Brass Lamps: very good condition Asking $135,000 Contact me for more information. John Nance sprintcars@san.rr.com 858 829 2263
  2. What car did this hood ornament come off of? Could it be a after market accessory item? Thanks
  3. My dads 1915 First Series Twin Six Packard at Pieks Airport San Diego Ca. about 1954. John
  4. Google Pope Hartford and you will see leather aprons. John
  5. I think it is the Stoddard Dayton that is at the Seal Cove Museum in Maine.The Museum list it as a 1910 but it is a 1909 Stoddard Dayton. Try this url. https://www.sealcoveautomuseum.org/collection-test/1910-stoddard-dayton/. All 1909 Stoddard Daytons had straight rear fenders and 1/2 olliptical real springs. All 1910 Stoddard Daytons changed to round rear fenders and 3/4 olliptical rear springs. My brother was at the museum and ask to look at the engine to see if it was a single rocker engine but they would not let him. He said the chassis was definitely a 1909 chassis. John
  6. Looks to be a 1909 Model K. 1909 was the last year to have straight rear fenders. Wheels look to be later demountable type wheels. John
  7. The photo was taken some time around 1959 to 1961 in the San Diego area. The restoration of the 1909 Pope Hartford was completed in 1959. John
  8. The Pope Hartford on the right was my fathers Plez Nance and is a 1909 Pope. This is and old faded color photo and the brown color should be maroon. The other Pope Hartford ( 3rd from the the right) in the photo is a 1913 Pope Hartford that belong to John Ogden of San Diego. The photo was probably taken on a La Jolla Regional Group local tour. All the other cars in the photo were cars owned by La Jolla members. John Ogden’s Pope now belongs to John’s son James of San Diego. My dads Pope now belongs to my brother Bill Nance of San Diego and is now being restored. John
  9. It is a 1910 Stoddard Dayton. All 1909 Stoddard Daytons had straight rear fenders and 1/2 olliptical real springs. All 1910 Stoddard Daytons changed to round rear fenders and 3/4 olliptical rear springs. John
  10. I do not think it is a Stoddard Dayton. For one reason is the hand throttle and spark advance in the photo is not Stoddard Dayton. Also the shift quadrant is not Stoddard Dayton. The shift quadrant is not either the 1909/10 type or 1911/1913 Stoddard Dayton quadrant. See attached photo. John