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  1. Hi Bud, It is a Continental red seal, I have posted on some other sites, and I will keep trying.You're right, just an empty hole and I have not counted the teeth or made measurements, but I will. I just started it yesterday (hand crank) for the first time since the mid 1970's, so that is very motivating. Thank you for your suggestions.
  2. I am located in San Jose, Ca. I will send a private message with my contact info.- Chris
  3. Hi, I have a motor and trans for a 1935 Chevy Std Coupe (3 window) for sale. It has low miles but has been sitting for many years. I don't know how much to ask for so I am taking offers. I also have the rear end with driveshaft and front straight axle. Taking offers for those as well. Thanks
  4. Hi Bud, Thanks for your input, I will check out those leads. Thanks Chris
  5. That's the only info I have so far. Here is my original post. http://forums.aaca.org/f169/need-starter-1922-continental-engine-379442.html [h=1]"Need starter for 1922 Continental engine"[/h]Thanks Chris
  6. Hi, I am looking for a starter , Delco 164 or Delco 181, for my 1922 Elcar with a Continental six, working or not, complete or parts, anything I can get. Thanks
  7. Wow, Quite the wealth of info. Now I know what to look for. Thanks you very much!
  8. Does Continental Red Seal 7-R sound right? I read in a book that they started using them in 1920.
  9. Hi, Thank you for your reply. I don't know which model it is, do you have any tips on identifying it? Thanks Chris
  10. Hi, I would like to find a starter for a continental six in a 1922 Elcar. Does anyone have any ideas where I can find one, or who I can contact to get information on this? Thanks