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  1. The engine and transmission will bolt up. I agree it is a late teens mack engine. Sold for $10.
  2. Anyone know who had the Galloway motor truck project at Chickasha this year. It was in one of the two main buildings.
  3. Leaving Minnesota May 1 to York PA area. Can haul car, pickup and parts. Wayne. 507 two six nine 6696.
  4. Left rear upper and lower hinges and all four latch assemblies. The rectangular assemblies with the lever to open the door, mount in the door.
  5. Wanted door hinges and latches for 1925 Dodge touring.
  6. Wanted rear door hinges for 1925 Dodge touring. Will buy complete door if available. Wayne in Minnesota.
  7. Wanted: metal seat back for Metz 22 roadster.
  8. I'm my group of Metz parts is a metal seat back which I believe is not Metz. It does have the double barrel shape, but has a raised bead on the ends, see photo. Any ideas on what it is and does anyone have a Metz 22 seat assembly?
  9. Help identify this horizontal opposed air-cooled engine. Sorry only one photo. Auto?
  10. I have a complete Graham engine with supercharger to sell. I was told it was a running engine when removed from the cards. It has been stored inside on a cart. $2500. Located in southeast Minnesota.
  11. For Sale: One pair of front fenders for 1959 Buick Invicta. Used Texas fenders. One has a small rust hole in bottom rear of fender. Other fender has surface rust on top front part. $350/pair. 507 two six nine 6696. Rochester MN area.
  12. 1951 and 1954 Kaiser engine and hydramatic transmissions for sale. Complete with aircleaner starter and generator. Not stuck. $350 each. Located in SE Minnesota.
  13. Thanks Jerry, As I am finding out, the model 22 wheelbase was increased from 90" to 96" in 1915. This was accomplished by moving the axle back 6", increasing the length of the radius rod and using a 12" longer chain. In addition a longer runningboard and apron (between body and runningboard) was used.