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  1. I wouldn't expect them to keep up with their larger chain driven cousins, I think the more relevant comparison would be with cars such as the later 4 cyl Cadillacs which were about the same size, but perhaps a bit lighter than the Loco.
  2. I would be curious to hear how model 30s perform on the road/hills. They are almost the same size as the I but the engine is substantially smaller. They were engineered well enough that I would imagine they are still strong runners?
  3. Early Delco 8 cyl distributor, no cap, application unknown but I would guess '16-20? $60
  4. Does anyone know anything more about this sign? I will listen to offers if anyone is interested.
  5. Not sure of the precise application, but looks late teens or early '20s? It is surplus to my needs, does anyone need it, or know what models it might fit?
  6. Thanks! I have found a few things for it, some with the assistance of this forum. One of the final things I am looking for is an original radiator or even the very rough remains of one. Brassworks (and others) can make them but patterns are still needed. If anyone knows of one or has the remains of one replaced with a reproduction, I would be interested.
  7. Thanks for the information. Anyway, it is all available if someone needs the rotor separately.
  8. Delco distributor (no cap). 8-cyl, last patent date Dec '15. Does anyone know what this fits? Cadillac? Tiny drive gear on the end. Rotor and points may be NOS, no points spring or cap. $75 Message me on here if interested.
  9. Also listed on the brass era page, added here with more pictures/updates Fellwock seat. Made to put a rear seat on a runabout, ca 1906-12 era. Good tag. Remains of original upholstery (quite ratty), springs are there and should be usable, will need rust repair around the bottom bead. An interesting piece for an early runabout. $150 Pick-up strongly preferred. From July 1906: Seat back (not related to the seat above). Good irons, not folding. $40. Atwater-Kent type F, dash box only. Original varnish. Missing the hard rubber button on the "start" Electrically untested. $150. Speedometer drive. Marked AC. I think someone told me Dodge once, but I really don't know? Missing the little plug (looks like a Welch plug/freeze plug). Bottom part of grease cup there. $40 Early, large and very heavy, cast iron railroad crossing sign with post. Stop Look and Listen. I think this might be Pennsylvania Railroad. 48" across the oval. 1920s? This one is big and heavy, pick-up only! $750 All of these are in western MA. Prices do not include shipping, larger items for pick up.
  10. Large and very heavy, cast iron railroad crossing sign with post. Stop Look and Listen. I think this might be Pennsylvania Railroad? 48" across the oval. 1920s? This one is big and heavy, pick-up only in the Springfield MA area. $750
  11. Time to clean out some items. Fellwock seat. Made to put a rear seat on a runabout, ca 1906-12 era. Good tag. Remains of original upholstery (quite ratty), springs are there and should be usable, will need some rust repair around the bottom bead. An interesting piece for an early runabout. $200 From July 1906: Seat back (not related to the seat above). Good irons, not folding. $40. Unknown dash coil, ca 1912-15? $75 (SOLD) Atwater-Kent type F, dash box only. Original varnish. Missing the hard rubber button on the "start" Electrically untested. $150. Speedometer drive. Marked AC. I think someone told me Dodge once, but I really don't know? Missing the little plug (looks like a Welch plug/freeze plug). Bottom part of grease cup there. $40 Early, large and very heavy, cast iron railroad crossing sign with post. Stop Look and Listen. I think this might be Pennsylvania Railroad. 48" across the oval. 1920s? This one is big and heavy, pick-up only! $750 All of these are in western MA. Prices do not include shipping, larger items for pick up.
  12. Looking for a Scripps-Booth enamel radiator emblem. I would also be interested in mechanical parts or literature for the V8 cars (model D '16-'17)
  13. I am looking for any Browniekar parts that may be out there to complete mine. I have better than 75% of the car, including most of the tough to replicate pieces. I will consider anything but am especially in need of the following (good photos, tracings, or unusable destroyed parts are also sought for patterns): Engine internals, timer, carb, original radiator (Brassworks can replicate but would like to get or reproduce brackets and inlet castings myself), coilbox, body/seat/fender patterns (what I have has been altered). Thanks for your help.