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ShawnLancaster

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  1. Any ideas on the application of this oil pressure gauge? Stewart Warner 412325. Thanks in advance, Shawn
  2. I'm trying to identify this NOS cylinder head. See pics for details. Some #'s that are on the head: 96 A5 and 127 A5 ; CWC ; 1288 Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
  3. Carl - I lucked out and was able to find one locally. For anyone else - this is a great price on a rare part that is normally hard to find. Please take up Carl's offer and get your Star back on the road. Carl - thank you for being a great AACA community member. All the best, Shawn
  4. When I bought the car, it didn't have the fan mounted and the adjustment bracket was missing. Looking for the fan adjustment bracket. See pic below for details. Thanks in advance, Shawn
  5. I decided to make my own. No longer needed.
  6. Looking for a cylinder head water outlet for a Continental W5 from a 1923 Star. I removed a few years back and can't seem to find it. Thanks, Shawn
  7. Looking for the right rear quarter - bolts on - for a long term project. Can pick up at Spring Carlisle show. Thanks in advance, Shawn
  8. Found this as part of a clean out. Any ideas what it is? There's a hook on the top an it may hang? Looks automotive. Inside the hole is a cavity that goes to the top of the piece.
  9. No luck yet trying to identify this. Any ideas? Numbers on the tag are: 3454141 or 23-54-218
  10. Any ideas on the year and application. I think it may be a low line Chevrolet or Pontiac? Thanks in advance. Shawn
  11. Any ideas on the year and application. I think it was for a Studebaker. Thanks in advance. Shawn
  12. I've got 3 parts I found - looking for some experts to help identify: 1)Master Cylinder - no identifying numbers. 2) Trico Windshield Wiper Vacuum motor - 6" across from one mounting bolt to another. 3) Brake Drum - 13" width on the reverse. 5 lug. Box says 06101. Thanks in advance. Shawn
  13. NOT MINE - Thought this would be interesting to some in France - looks like a reasonable price for an amazing car. https://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/1938-lincoln-zephyr-v12-coupe-no-reserve_C1548A781A/
  14. So they may not be OEM - I had some versions of #2 that did have the #s but were thicker and went to large 1970 Ford cars. The rest I didn't have OEM #s or likeness. They did all come from the same Ford dealer inventory.
  15. I found these in a purchase of a closed dealership. I believe they are Ford, but could be Jeep or GM. Any ideas? I labeled with #s to help you keep track. Not sure what the bracket is for, but it was in the same box. There are a number of versions of #2 with some being relatively thin 1/8" with others being closer to 3/16" not sure if they fit different applications. I think #1 fit's an emblem, but I can't seem to place it. Thanks in advance and Happy Wednesday, Shawn
  16. There is a nice article in The March-April 2020 Edition of the HCCA Gazette Magazine of using a MC sized tank. Page 44.
  17. Thank you so much. Very helpful! I'm always trying to get old cars back on the road again.
  18. Ok here's the #s for the above and some others: 930209, 959782, 933607, 938737, 938736, 935809, 938326, 937906, 999737, 939358, 939380, 666413, 644339, 928998, 956331, 942049, 942748,942271, 942573, 994897 Thanks in advance.
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