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  1. Here is a picture of the Roamer in the mid 1930's. The original owner of the car, Frank Peyton, is the guy sitting on the running board by the kid.
  2. And 103 years later you have this 1 family owned 1917 Roamer Model 640!
  3. For the start of this thread I submit what most people got when they are interested in a new car in 1917.
  4. Sorry, I did not get the PM, but I sent you one.
  5. Thanks, I hope to find some!
  6. It has the Rutenbur engine. Thank you
  7. I just picked up a 1917 Roamer and was hoping to find some parts for it. Let me know if you have anything that belongs on this car. One thing in particular I need are the Roamer branded Houk wheel brass lock nuts. All 5 were donated during the WW1 war effort. The previous owner had found 2 so I am searching for 3 more.
  8. I agree, as I have had cases in the past where a buyer said he will be right back with the $ and you never hear from them again. Lucky for me my "Sale Pending" did not bring the bad juju! SOLD! to a member of the brass & gas club. It is going to a good home and will be driven and enjoyed!
  9. We have for sale a well maintained and tour proven 1912 Buick model 35, chassis number 3582. Current ownership has been almost 40 years with one family who was in the business of restoring cars. Prior to that this Buick resided in a temperature-controlled auto museum. The restoration on this car was done before the museum display and is a little over 40 years old. The paintwork is as expected with some chips and scratches, overall it is in good driver condition. The wood and metal in this Buick are very good, it has never had any rust or issues with the wood framing. You can tell it has always
  10. We have for sale a well maintained and tour proven 1912 Buick model 35, chassis number 3582. Current ownership has been almost 40 years with one family who was in the business of restoring cars. Prior to that this Buick resided in a temperature-controlled auto museum. The restoration on this car was done before the museum display and is a little over 40 years old. The paintwork is as expected with some chips and scratches, overall it is in good driver condition. The wood and metal in this Buick are very good, it has never had any rust or issues with the wood framing. You can tell it has always
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