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wmdclark

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  1. Hi Steve, Thank you for your comments! Bill
  2. Hi Jim, Thanks for the comments. 1. I have not found a body tag. 2. I will spend the $50 to learn more. 3. I will have to spend some more time under the car to be sure about the framing. By the way, this car was part of the Dee Howard collection from 1989 until a few years ago. Mr. Howard was well known for his collection with several First Place Awards at the Concours d'Elegance at Pebble Beach. This car was never entered there, to my knowledge. Great ideas, Jim. Many thanks!
  3. I will see if I can get that. I might get a chance to go over to his place Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
  4. Okay. I just got some photos sent by my friend with a '31 V12. They might not help much, but we can try. Thanks, Bill
  5. I am missing the horn that goes on the right side (passenger side) of my 31 Lincoln. It is the one that has the motor at right angles to the trumpet shaft. I guess it is a Klaxton and that similar models were used on other cars of that era. Many thanks, Bill 210-347-5295
  6. Here is a photo of the correct Vacuum tank for a 31 Cadillac V12 and a photo of my firewall.
  7. I emailed them to you last night. Did you get them? Thanks, Bill
  8. I have a 1931 Cadillac 470 (V 12). It is missing the fuel vacuum tank. Thanks, Bill 210-347-5295
  9. It is steel with a lot of detail. Thank you!
  10. Hi, I recently bought a 1931 Cadillac Boat Tail Speedster. Of course, you know that Cadillac made no such model. I have photos of the car from 1989 when it was in its present form. I am assuming that someone modified a Roadster to make this car. Thoughts from any of you? Thanks, Bill 210-347-5295
  11. I need the horn that goes on the passenger side of Lincolns from 1931 until ?. The correct horn has a round mouth, not the oval one used before 1931. Stanton horns were used from 1931 on, for several years. I have a horn for the L series of Lincolns (1920-1930), it is in good working condition but needs to be chromed. Thanks, Bill Clark, 210-347-5295
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