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  1. Try: heroevents.eu This year's event just concluded, but none of the vintage entries survived to the finish.
  2. Shamrock Challenge, southern Ireland. It is a great event. www.irishracinggreen.ie The goal for next year is the Land's End - John O'Groats Rally (LeJog).
  3. My thanks to everyone who responded. I have located a pair of conrods in New York State and I will collect them at Christmas. They are a bit of an unknown, but hopefully they will be crack free. I am always impressed by the passion and generosity of the members of this forum. Thank you again to all who responded. Below is the last picture of the before the engine let go. We were leading our class at the time. Best regards, Mike
  4. Hi Ron. Hope you are well. Thank you for the advice. FYI, the cylinder head that you kindly sourced for me many years ago was the only part of the engine that was in good shape when we took it apart! We are hoping the conrod is the last missing piece so we can re-assemble the engine and get back on the road. Regards Mike
  5. Our experience is the same. The lower half crumbled to bits when it came off the engine. A mate kindly spent an evening gluing it back together to get a reasonable proximation of what it looked like. A local machine shop used the result to machine a new seal from a solid block of aluminum. The test fit showed it needed a little modifcation, but now it seems to seal properly. FYI, we were more careful removing the top half and it too was copied. Good luck with yours!
  6. The main number on each of the conrods is 200 002 But each rod seems to have a second number which differs eg. 11-2M, 24-0M etc Does this help?
  7. Hi All - I am hunting for a conrod for my 1928 Senior Six (2251). The engine is mid re-build and we discovered that one of the rods has a crack in it. Any leads would be appreciated. The photo shows the measurements of the current conrod. Thank you. Regards Mike
  8. The rally was in Surrey and West Sussex in the UK. There are several other active DBs here, but not on this event. The only other American entries were a pair of Model A Fords.
  9. Below are some picture of my Senior Six on its way to a class win in the Vintage Sports Car Club Spring Rally last weekend. I am not sure that the Dodge Brothers would have considered the Senior Six to be a sports car, but it ran faultlessly and handled the 95 mile course with ease. Many thanks for the advice that all of you have provided over the years while I was sorting the car. It is great fun to drive. Regards, MIke
  10. I have a similar mascot. It was given to me because someone thought it was from a Dodge, but as noted above, it is a goat. If you learn more about it, I would be interested in your findings. Regards Michael
  11. Paul Thank you for the message and the very kind offer. My car is a 2251 made after IS 26211 (the chassis number on my car is missing, but based on the engine number, the car was made around May 1928). i was not expecting a result so soon, but the timing is perfect. I will send you a private message to arrange to collect the parts; any guess as to what they weigh?? Regards Michael
  12. I am searching for a 4.454 to 1 ratio crown wheel and pinion for my 1928 Senior Six. (The car is currently fitted with the 4.72 to 1 axle ratio.) I am hoping that the gathering of so many Dodge Brothers fans in Detroit this week will produce a few leads! I wish everyone has a great time at the centennial. Best regards, Michael Kunz London, England
  13. I am looking for a DB crown and pinion set with a ratio less than 4.72 to 1. Would you have any? Thanks.
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