Grega

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    Apollo Magneto

    John, if you can find a complete one for 25$ why would you want this one? Iv never seen or heard of another let alone seen one for sale. However most mags go for over 100$ for a rebuildable core and those are mags that iv seen hundreds or even thousands of. Now im not saying its worth a fortune. for all i know it could be a after market model T mag, but on the same note it could be a mag off a one of a kind brass era racecar. I simply dont know. I have been able to find out absolutely nothing about the company. I think it was marks magneto who told me this but im not sure "theres no demand for it but thats because there isnt anything left that needs one". but other than that iv heard virtually nothing about it. -Greg
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    Apollo Magneto

    Forgot to mention I also have three motorcycle mags for sale see: http://forums.aaca.org/f205/sale-motorcycle-mags-309071.html -Greg
  3. For sale is an Apollo magneto made in kingston NY. I was told that they were used on some early cars and posibally some fordson tractors. It turns, and seems like it would be ok, but the front cover, wich directs the spark to the cylender thats suposed to fire is gone. There is a patent date of may 1919 stamped into it. Im almost sure it is a 4 cylender mag. I have never seen or heard of another. I dont know anything else about it, and im looking for someone to make me an offer. I can ship it. -Greg
  4. Im looking for information on three magnetos. I was told that they are motercycle mags. Can anyone confirm this, or know what brand motercycles? First is a 2 cylender bosch type ZEV that is the 45 degree model. It is in excelent condition, ant gives a good shock when i spin it over. It has patent dates of 1905, 1905 and 1908 stamped in the side. The next two mags are Splitdorf model S. The first is a two cylender, is in verry good codition, and gives a shock when i turn it by hand, is complete, and has a timeing adjustment lever in the front. The second is missind the front cover, and the strap that holds the magnets on. What is there seems decent. I beleive that it is also a two cylender mag. anyone have an idea as to what there worth? -Greg
  5. Grega

    Apollo Magneto

    Im looking for information on an apollo magneto made in kingston NY. I was told that they were used on some early cars and posibally some fordson tractors. Can anyone confirm this, or know what brand cars? The one i have turns, and seems like it would be ok, but the front cover, wich directs the spark to the cylender thats suposed to fire is gone. I beleive its a 4 cylender mag, but without the cover i cant know for sure. Also anyone have an idea as to what its worth?-Greg
  6. Heres some pics of the 1914. The earliest pairs i have are 1923, 1924, 1927, and 1928 none of wich have any paint. the earliest singel besides the porcelin is 1922. I also have a pair of 32s with one with a consecutive #. also i have license plates # 48D from 1942 to 1947 (42 and 47 are pairs, 44, 45, 46 are singles) am i corect to say that they didnt make plates in 1943 because of WWII? is there any extra value in haveing the same plate from multipul years, or ones with consecutive #s? -Greg
  7. Just realized i forgot pictures. After removeing the second master cylender i realized that it has a 7/8 bore, while the first one has a 1 bore. Amazingly the master with the 1 bore has zero pits in the cylender, so im just going to hone it, clean it and put a rebuild kit into it. The second master is just the oppisit, its pitted bad. Im going to have it bored to 1 inch so that the two masters are the same, and to remove the pitts. -Greg
  8. I recently found 20 matching pairs, and 32 singular New Jersey license plates. They inclund a 1914 porceline plate in good condition and various plates dateing from 1922-1956. all are in fair to excelent shape. I was just woundering what there worth. -Greg
  9. I have a Bobcat tractor(no relation to todays bobcat) It was used to plow side walks in the north east. It uses many car parts. The rear ends and brakes are 39-40 ford i beleive, the rims and tires are jeep, and the master cylinders are off some unknown vehical. The unit is cria 1950, and has a kohler engine. Now the brakes on it need some work and new wheel cylenders. The master cylinders are in need of replacement or significant work. They are Wagner Lockheed # FE 1(5 or 3)(8 or 3)80. Im just wondering what they origionially were on, and where i can find parts or prefabaly replacements. Also where is the best(cheapest) place to bye 1939-40 ford wheel cylenders. The pictures are of one master cylinder, and the whole unit. Thanks in advance -Greg