Dave Gray

Members
  • Content Count

    48
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Dave Gray

  1. Can anyone identify this convertible top. It appears to be for a 2 seat car. The header is wood. I could not open the top. The handles and latches should help to figure it out. Thanks Dave
  2. As mentioned earlier, the Kevlar lining is a great option. We had a Pierce relined this year and the engagement is very smooth. The lining was done by a gentleman from Delaware.
  3. There was a Gray at the fall Hershey show last year. It was a beautiful car and the owners were proudly wearing Gray Logo shirts. Dave Gray
  4. This is the best idea that I have heard so far. There is no reason that the two sides can not get together for the good of ALL of our members.
  5. Why not just call the Museum and verify the accuracy of their comments. Dave
  6. I have requested more detailed photos of the fenders. I hope to have them in several days. Thanks to all that have responded. Dave
  7. Thanks for the suggestion. I will forward this the a Dodge buddy. Dave
  8. Can anyone help Identifying these fenders? Merry Christmas Dave
  9. Surely one of these GRAY emblems would look good mounted on a plaque in my man cave. Dave Gray
  10. This is good news for Chevrolet owners wanting to track down the origin of their car. I just received the shipping Data report for my Corvette. It gives owners a good starting point for researching the history or their Chevrolet. Dave Gray
  11. Thank you for the photo and information, It confirms what I thought about the lettering. Dave Gray
  12. I appreciate the responses. My 38 has a flat tailgate and I have seen early pickups with Chevrolet on them, so I was not sure when they started. Any chance that someone has a photo of a 1838 tailgate? Regards, Dave Gray
  13. Are the tailgates on a 1/2 ton 1938 Chevy pickup plain flat steel or are they debossed the the name CHEVROLET on them? Thanks in advance for the help. Dave
  14. Dave Gray

    Mr. Beep

    It is based on a Ford Zephyr with a fiberglass body. It can be seen at the AACA Museum during the Christmas Holidays. Dave
  15. As stated above, Wednesday was a nice day with many vendors open and doing business. Thursday and Friday, not so much. (Especially Friday) I expected a muddy mess on the show field today, but after the judges breakfast I walked over to the Show field to an unexpected surprise. It was business as usual with the exception of many no shows. The weatherman scared some participants off, but the ones that did show up and the spectators had an amazing day. By noon it was shirtsleeves and sunglasses. As usual all of the volunteers and judges did a great job. In summary, today turned out to be a far better day than most of us had expected. Dave Gray Carlisle, Pa.
  16. In addition, you will need safety chains at the hitch, just as if you were towing a trailer. Dave
  17. Thanks for giving it a shot guys. (1937hd45) is correct. The guys on the HAMB forum have identified it as a 1921 to 1924 nash 40 series engine. 166 cu in. Dave Gray
  18. I posted this same question on another website and someone posted a picture of a Waukesha truck cylinder head with the same SF Co. logo as I posted in the photos. Apparently they were a foundry that did the castings for a number of engine manufacturers. Dave
  19. The information on the generator tag appears to have been painted on at one time, but is now bare. No stamping appears on the generator. Dave
  20. I didn't check the bolts, but I will next monday when I am able to get to the building that houses the engine. Dave
  21. Hopefully some of our members can help me identify this old 4 Cylinder engine. It is a overhead valve engine with very little identification on it. I did find a logo cast into the block and head. The logo is a large S with an F inside the top loop and CO. in the bottom loop. Any help identifying this would be appreciated. Regards, Dave Gray Carlisle, Pa.