Rrdoubleday

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  1. Dennis, there is a Maxwell shell with emblem on E Bay now. It is different from the one you are looking for. A few years ago I found one like you want for my 1913 model 35. Check out the one on E Bay.
  2. I found this pin at Hershey a few years ago. Not sure of date, the emblem is from the 1913 to 1914 period.
  3. Hi Mike, I'm in Nevada now, the Maxwell is in storage in Seneca Falls. My wheels use universal reversible rings one inside slide on and one outside locked on with a lever. Motor missing front cover and side valve cover. Same motor as Everitt 36 and Tudhope. Transmission has not been opened, appears to be stuck in neutral. It rolls easy. thanks Karl.
  4. FOR SALE in the Finger Lakes area, New York : 1913 Maxwell Model 35-4 project car. Needing complete restoration. Very rare Maxwell and will be worth the effort! It has: 111 inch wheel base; large thirty five horse power; transaxle; gear driven water pump; DEACO starter, voltage regulated, and generator; Weston Mott rear axle; Covert transmission; 14 inch brakes; 25" wheels; and gas lights. Asking $6200.00 Contact: Karl Elliott (315) 224-2528 hhworks@aol.com Photos. http://s38.photobucket.com/user/Rrdoubleday/Maxwell 35/story
  5. Looking for a Maxwell model 35 motor from 1913-1914, do you have one?
  6. My 1913 model 35 came to me equipped with the Atwater Kent unit driven by the water pump shaft. All 1913-1914 models 25, 35, and 50 came from the factory with Mags. My model 35 was a Splitdorff.
  7. Congrats Joe! Shucks, I was hoping to sell you my Maxwell this summer ?
  8. My 13,14 model 35 has splitdorff switches and coil with deaco starter and generates.
  9. I have an unrestored 1913 model 35-4, missing a few items and needs a lot of work. These are the first out of Detroit, in fact this model was produced in Dayton Ohio .
  10. Thanks, John. I will get it up that website sooner or later.
  11. FOR SALE in the Finger Lakes area, New York : 1913 Maxwell Model 35-4 project car. Needing complete restoration. Very rare Maxwell and will be worth the effort! It has: 111 inch wheel base; large thirty five horse power; transaxle; gear driven water pump; DEACO starter and generator; Weston Mott rear axle; 14 inch brakes; 25" wheels; and gas lights. Asking $6200.00 Contact: Karl Elliott (315) 224-2528 hhworks@aol.com See For Sale thread for additional photos.
  12. FOR SALE in the Finger Lakes area, New York : 1913 Maxwell Model 35-4 project car. Needing complete restoration. Very rare Maxwell and will be worth the effort! It has: 111 inch wheel base; large thirty five horse power; transaxle; gear driven water pump; DEACO starter and generator; Weston Mott rear axle; 14 inch brakes; 25" wheels; and gas lights. Asking $6200.00 Contact: Karl Elliott (315) 224-2528 hhworks@aol.com
  13. Thanks Mike, my rims require the lock for the outer ring and slip on rings for inside the rim. I have my four inside rings but need one more locking outer ring.
  14. Mike, I have need of one 25 inch outer lock ring with the tabs for a locking lever. Reversible for the two types of tires.let me know if you have one of these. Thanks, Karl
  15. So sorry to hear about Vern's passing. Vern helped me several times over the last few years , Karl Elliott
  16. In Riverside Ca. Early 1970's, Ruxton not restored needing a ring gear made, for $3500.00. I think about it every few years!
  17. For sale in E-Bay store ( Rare Car Relic ) Australia Maxwell 1916-1917 Illustrated Parts Book
  18. Sorry to hear of your injury, our Maxwells will wait until you heal, and spring weather for me. Take care.
  19. I grew up in the model A world where at shows you lost points if a bolt and cotter pin was turned in a different position then what was shown in factory photos! The A's were assembled by people that would assemble as they saw fit. I had a chance to look over a 1929 town sedan with 3000 original miles. This car had paint runs going up the fenders from hanging after being dipped, and different number of threads above nuts on the head bolts. I say drive them don't show them. Since then, I enjoy owning very low production rare cars and trucks. Very few experts! On this subject, I think modified brakes etc. is not original and should bounce a car fom the class. Just my 2cents worth!
  20. Not sure, but maybe an Everitt.
  21. Looks very much like the wheels on my 1931 AA ambulance 280A. Is the hubcap around 5 inches dia? Have since sold it, could not find one years ago for my spare.
  22. FYI, here is a 1913 Maxwell model 35-4 with a bucket fill radiator.