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  1. On 9/3/2021 at 7:57 PM, DFeeney said:

    Hello, If you are still looking for a drive I believe I have one that will work.  I have a 1928 Plymouth that uses the drive and have picked up a few spares.  You have to be careful when you buy these.  I believe the early  Maxwell drive was offset in relation ship to the Plymouth . I have one  drive that looks like the Plymouth drive but will not bolt to the Plymouth block.  The price for two drives are a total of $40. I can send pictures if interested.  As you can tell I'm not getting rich on this sale.  Don in central Ohio and I will be at Hershey.  740-816-4284


     

    Hey Don I sent you a private message, not sure if you got it. But here’s my email address mark@rdusaclassics.com

  2. On 8/31/2021 at 11:52 PM, sagefinds said:

    I have this pair. One has good looking diecast but that blade is broken off,I presume from internal swelling locking the shaft. The other has swelled and cracked diecast but a good blade on the shaft. It would take some doing,the shaft would probably need to be drilled out of the good casting and the casting broke off of the other one. Maybe some honing on the casting and sanding with fine emery paper on the shaft. I've sold a couple of these in the past that were id'd as 28 Plymouth so maybe several of the 20's Mopars used them. I would take $65 for the pair shipping included,check or paypal,holler if interested. I've read that it's impurities in the diecast that makes them swell after many years.

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    thanks for the offer but I’m not equipped at the moment to try a rebuild. - Mark

  3. 17 hours ago, DFeeney said:

    Hello, If you are still looking for a drive I believe I have one that will work.  I have a 1928 Plymouth that uses the drive and have picked up a few spares.  You have to be careful when you buy these.  I believe the early  Maxwell drive was offset in relation ship to the Plymouth . I have one  drive that looks like the Plymouth drive but will not bolt to the Plymouth block.  The price for two drives are a total of $40. I can send pictures if interested.  As you can tell I'm not getting rich on this sale.  Don in central Ohio and I will be at Hershey.  740-816-4284


    Hi Don - yes I’m interested. I’ll drop you a call. - Mark

  4. On 1/14/2021 at 10:15 AM, Narve N said:

    The style of the shocks just visible on your car indicate that you are looking for wires to replace, is that correct? If it is the woven style of shock snubbers you are after, I believe companies offering these come up on a google search?

     

    The appear to be cloth spring dampers, cloth is something like you find on the exterior of a fire hose.  I will search online to see if these can be rebuilt at home or if they must be sent out.  Not sure about your comment about wires.  There's no wires connected to these dampers that I can see.

  5. Would you guys happen to know what is the correct light switch from CLUM for a 1928 Chrysler Model 52.  I have one in the dash at the moment.  However, although it appears to be original, there is evidence from prior owners of having tried to remove/replace.  I see new nuts on the posts that hold it in place.  Whats left of the lever does not rotate, I'm guessing I need to pull it and tear it down for a benchtop rebuild.  Is there any online information for these?  Appears to be a CLUM 10709?  thanks in advance.

     

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  6. On 4/1/2018 at 6:59 AM, Sasha39 said:

    The model 58 had a model code of "F" which used 3 different carburettors Stewart model 30 a Zenith and a third one but no name.

     

     

     

     

    Would be interested to know the name of this publication and if it is still available?  thanks in advance.  I've got a 1928 model 52, just trying to gather info and learn as much as I can.  Car is running but has some strange adaptations and modifications over the years that I would like to correct.

  7. On 5/14/2010 at 1:41 PM, mmikemitchell said:

    I don't know if this is what you are looking for, but this is what I have so far. I will be posting other information when I can. Click on the link below, scroll down the page and you will se the OE-1 link on the right.

    Carburetors Rebuilt - Stromberg Technical

    Thanks

    Mike

     

    I realize this post is eleven years old now, but I'd be interested in reading this document as well. Recently purchased a 1928 Chrysler Model 52 that is running a tillotson carb, but what I believe to be the original Stromberg OE-1 was included in the trunk. The car was modified to use a model T style choke rod that just does not operate well due to geometry of the rod and the way it runs through the firewall, and I'd like to hook up the cable style choke that has a position on the dash already. Knowing a little more about how this carb operates would be extremely helpful.  Thanks in advance. 

  8. This thread appears to be one year old now, but I have recently acquired a 1928 Model 52 Chrysler that came equipped with Snubbers. They are in sad condition, one has the cloth severed and the other is holding on by threads.  I'd like to remove them and rebuild them. Has anyone found the material used for replacement from any vendors?

     

    thanks,
    Mark

     

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  9. Interesting to hear how you've made out with your '41. I brought home a '41 super coupe on Saturday, same condition as yours, nearly the same price. The body on my car is in fantastic shape, but the interior was a complete mess. Prior owners drove it from Nevada to Rhode Island in the 70s, and parked it. I found it in an old gas station in southern Massachusetts. I spent the weekend cleaning the interior and sorting through a box of parts. Started to reassemble the dashboard that somebody took out along time ago to rewire, but never got around to rewiring. Replacement glass for the windshield is on order. Not sure I'm going to keep this car is a really don't have a place to put it, and my 48 Plymouth is already taking up my garage.

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