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  1. So far, nobody has forgings with that tall of compression height, so they would have to be billet. I figured I'd try the slim chance someone has an aftermarket set on the shelf. Ed, we had a conversation about pistons at Amelia, I had the 14' Lozier parked 2 trailers down from you.
  2. Looking for a set of .030” over pistons for a 1927 Model 36. The cheapest new set so far is $1,600 including rings and pins. Just checking all my options to help the customer out. Bore = 4.030” Compression Height = 3.250” with dome Dome = .250” Pin = 1.080 currently
  3. What is the proper top material for a 27' 120 Series Sedan? The easy choices are long grain, short grain, and smooth grain. I like the smooth grain the best, but we always try to install what is correct for the car. Thank You, Jeff Keysor Keysor Automobile Works Bouckville, NY
  4. I was thinking of going Greg's route. I have everything in the shop to do that, and it has been done before. Thanks everyone. Check out some of our other projects on the website Jeff Keysor Keysor Automobile Works 5893 State Route 20, Bouckville, NY 13310 315-893-7483
  5. I don't know why I put valve cover, it obviously covers the water chambers. It does have 2 separate valve covers on the other side. Jeff
  6. I don't know why I put valve cover, it obviously covers the water chambers. It does have 2 separate valve covers on the other side. I bet the 300 ton press was needed for the script. Jeff
  7. I'm currently restoring a 1929 Reo Mate Phaeton, we are in need of side engine cover/valve cover for a Continental 16E engine. Not sure if some other Continental's share the same part. Discovered some holes in the original after removing the rust scale. Any leads would be greatly appreciated. If I can't locate a part in the near future, we will just make one. Thank You, Jeff Keysor www.keysorautomobileworks.com 5893 State Route 20, Bouckville, NY 13310 315-893-7483
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    That car is only a frame and engine, set up to use as a buzzsaw, been sitting outside for decades. Called the guy a few times and he would never meet me so I could view it. Very weird if you're trying to sell something.
  9. I'm currently restoring a 1929 Reo Mate Phaeton, very rare car. We are in need of side engine cover/valve cover for a Continental 16E engine. Not sure if some other Continental's share the same part. Discovered some holes in the original after removing the rust scale. Any leads would be greatly appreciated. If I can't locate a part in the near future, we will just make one. Thank You, Jeff Keysor www.keysorautomobileworks.com 5893 State Route 20, Bouckville, NY 13310 315-893-7483
  10. I'm currently restoring a 1929 Reo Mate Phaeton, very rare car. We are in need of side engine cover/water jacket cover for a Continental 16E engine. Not sure if some other Continental's share the same part. Discovered some holes in the original after removing the rust scale. Any leads would be greatly appreciated. If I can't locate a part in the near future, we will just make one. Thank You, Jeff Keysor www.keysorautomobileworks.com 5893 State Route 20, Bouckville, NY 13310 315-893-7483
  11. The 80" smooth grain from Restoration Specialties will work. I just got a sample and it is not totally smooth. Has a nice light grain to it. Thanks
  12. Positive, I took the original off and still have it. One big piece
  13. Thanks, 22' Reo Custom Aluminum Sedan Body, wooden roof and top material comes 2" down around all edges of roof.
  14. Anybody have a source for T-66 Long Grain? or something similar that is just as wide. Lebaron Bonney has been waiting 2 years for this material, and I have been waiting 1 year. 64" wide isn't wide enough, anything wider and then we can talk details. Thank You, Jeff Keysor Bouckville, NY
  15. Anybody have a source for T-66 Long Grain? or something similar that is just as wide. Lebaron Bonney has been waiting 2 years for this material, and I have been waiting 1 year. 64" wide isn't wide enough, anything wider and then we can talk details. Thank You, Jeff Keysor Bouckville, NY
  16. Anybody have a source for T-66 Long Grain? or something similar that is just as wide. Lebaron Bonney has been waiting 2 years for this material, and I have been waiting 1 year. 64" wide isn't wide enough, anything wider and then we can talk details. Thank You, Jeff Keysor Bouckville, NY
  17. 1905 Maxwell Model L Tourabout, Serial #49, one of the earliest known Maxwells. Restored to very high concours standards by a former HCCA Regional President 5 years ago, this is a very accurate and correct Maxwell. Every aspect of this car has been professionally refinished; engine, powertrain, chassis, upholstery, and sheet metal. More important than the visual appearance of the car, it also runs and drives very effortlessly and quietly, with no problem going 30mph down the road. If not familiar with this model Maxwell, it is the 1st model year for Maxwell, this car has a double opposed 2 cyl
  18. Clark and I are working together to find one. I have left a few messages with Yeska and have not recieved any call back.
  19. I am willing to purchase a full set if any are still available. I didn't see SOLD in any of the replies. Jeff
  20. Want to buy a stone guard for a L29 Cord, havent been able to track any down. Help in locating one would be greatly appreciated. Jeff
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