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  1. I have several 1928 Chrysler Model 62, mostly engine parts and accessories, for sale. I have a disassembled engine that as been in storage for over 30 years. Just about everything is there except the cylinder head, water pump, carburetor, distributor, and brake master cylinder. Includes the engine block with cam shaft, oil pan, crankshaft, manifold, clutch, pressure plate, pistons, connecting rods, flywheel and frame cross members. I also have a starter, generator and transmission complete with emergency brake. I would like to sell all the engine parts as a lot if possible, therefore those offers will be considered first. The starter, generator and transmission are up for sale but not necessary part of the engine lot. The parts are still in storage but pictures and detailed descriptions can be made available if there is any real interest. If you have an interest, I am open to reasonable offers (shipping costs would have to be addressed separately). Thanks, Ray
  2. I have several 1928 Chrysler Model 62, mostly engine parts and accessories, for sale. I have a disassembled engine that as been in storage for over 30 years. Just about everything is there except the cylinder head, water pump, carburetor, distributor, and brake master cylinder. Includes the engine block with cam shaft, oil pan, crankshaft, manifold, clutch, pressure plate, pistons, connecting rods, flywheel and frame cross members. I also have a starter, generator and transmission complete with emergency brake. I would like to sell all the engine parts as a lot if possible, therefore those offers will be considered first. The starter, generator and transmission are up for sale but not necessary part of the engine lot. The parts are still in storage but pictures and detailed descriptions can be made available if there is any real interest. If you have an interest, I am open to reasonable offers (shipping costs would have to be addressed separately). Thanks, Ray
  3. For sale: Set of 6 Chrysler NOS pistons for 1927 and 1928 Models 60 and 62. These aluminum pistons are marked (original paper labels) as "No. 73323 Nominal .003" Oversize". They are in excellent shape, never used, and the discoloration you see in photos is not corrosion, but only the original protective coating. The pistons are a nominal 3" diameter and approximately 3 5/8 " high. The one piston without the label appears to have a very slight different internal casting design (very minimal), but is the same machined size and weight as the others. The pistons are original Chrysler pistons with the word "Chrysler" cast into the inside ring. Asking $250
  4. Thanks 'soledadsp' but I already purchased the one from the response above from 'ckowner'.
  5. The 3 control rings in the center of my 1928 Chrysler Model 62 steering wheel have the control arms missing (broken off, pot metal). Having been unable to find any replacements for many Years, I am considering having them reproduced using the 3D printing method. But first I will have to remove them and am not sure how. Can anyone help? Thanks, Ray
  6. When I purchased my 1928 Chrysler Rumble Seat Coupe Model 62, most of the wood was rotten and/or missing. There was a metal trough-like piece sitting on top of the gas tank behind the rumble seat. It wasn't attached to anything. It's about 41" long, 6" wide and around 4" deep. Can anyone tell me where this piece should be go and what it is supposed to be attached to?
  7. I have a 1928 Chrysler Rumble Seat Coupe, Model 62, but do not have the rumble seat cushion or the back rest. I have to get them made but do not know what they look like (seams, etc.). Could anyone steer me to some photos. Thanks.
  8. I need a window crank ESCUTCHEON for 1928 Chrysler Model 62 Rumble Seat Coupe. The one I need is the crank used to raise the windshield. The crank is same as in the attached photo and is 3" long. I only need the escutcheon but would consider the whole crank and escutcheon as long as the escutcheon turned freely on the crank. It doesn't have to exactly the same as the photo but should be from the same era (20's or 30's). Please send photos, Thanks.
  9. Hi HarryJ, Thanks for the information. Took a closer look at the window crank connection on the windshield lifter and found, to my surprise, that the threads in the connector were filled with the remains of the pot metal from the original crank. I was able to clean them out with a small chiesel and hammer. Tried to loosen the escutcheon from the replacement crank handle (in photo) and ended up with a handful of pot metal. The crank itself may be useable, but now need an escutcheon. Anyone know where I can find one? A photo is shown in the original listing. Doesn't have to be exactly identical. NOTE: A picture of my car can be found in my 'profile'. If you can't access it, let me know.
  10. Need some help. I have a 1928 Chrysler Model 62 and am attempting to finalize the window crank for the windshield. This model has a windshield that raises to let air in while traveling. The window crank was not installed when I bought the car 'many moons ago'. I have attached a photo of the correct crank and hopefully you can see that there is an external threaded portion that extends out the back around a 1/4" square hole. Apparently I am missing a piece that fits between the crank and the windshield crank area above the windshield. There is a 1/4" square shaft extending from the mechanism that the crank will fit but there would be no obvoius way to secure it in place and there would be a gap the crank and the mechanism. I haven't a clue as to what is missing. Can anyone help to define the piece that is missing and how it attaches? And a photo would be helpful. Also would be interesting in purchasing the piece. Thanks for your help.
  11. avantey - I am looking for the vintage metal part that the spark plug wires are routed through from the distributor to the spark plugs, not the wires themselves. The part that is bolted to the cylinder head.
  12. Looking to buy a spark plug wire loom for a 1928 Chrysler Model 62. Attached photo shows the style that I am looking for. Thanks for looking. Ray
  13. Does anyone know a source for the controls levers located on the steering wheel around the horn? Being pot metal, mine have all the handle portions broken off. Are there any originals out for sale? Thanks, Ray
  14. Would you please provide your email address so that we can correspond privately. My email address; ray3333@verizon.net I am still interested in the handles and await your response. Thanks, Ray
  15. I would like to buy the interior handles (2) and cranks (2), but I do not want the escutcheons. Would need the pins and springs also. My offer is $20 each for the four items plus shipping (should be less than $8, <label for="ctl00$ContentPlaceHolder1$Accordion1_Pane_0_content$GridView1$ctl12$MailServiceControl$RadioButton">First-Class Mail® International Parcel) to my zip 14075, Hamburg, NY. My total offer is $80 + $10 shipping = $90. Regards, Ray </label>