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  1. OK, obviously no interest at $75, so how about $50 including shipping?? Let me know. Thanks.
  2. I have for sale ONE Auburn dealership letterhead from the Auburn-Indiana Company of Fort Wayne, Indiana. It also has the Cord coat of arms at the top. In addition I have TWO copies of Super Service Inc letterhead, also of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Both companies are of the same address. All letterheads are unused. Bear in mind, if you have the original, it will be easy to run off copies to send to your friends. I am asking $75 for all THREE originals. Shipping would be extra.
  3. Saw adjustable forks for a Model T on eBay: item 293983752662. Also saw this ad on HCCA site, attached.
  4. Hi, looking for the item pictured which goes on the center of a 1930-31 Model A Ford radiator shell. I don't know what it would be called or what manufacturer made it, so I am at a disadvantage.
  5. The Tester below has been sold as of 2-2-21. Thanks for everyone's interest. Here is a Weidenhoff Ignition Tester with Manual. The Manual covers the years 1925-1931. Also included are the following adapters and probes: Adapters: PAT114, PAT104 (metric adapter), PAT116 (C-M special adapter). Probes: PAT 42, PAT29, PAT2, PAT1, PAT12 (straight rod, thin), PAT40, marking worn off (stepped rod). Height gage #138. Plus a few wires. Note, the adapter for the 1928 thru 1931 Model A Ford is #102 and the Rod is #7, NEITHER of which is in this kit. Weight including packaging will b
  6. Pictured here are a pair of very nice cowl light arms for a 1920's auto. The lights mount to the arms with a "spade" mount and set screw arrangement. The arms have decent plating. The brackets and fasteners are with the arms. I am asking $35 for the pair. Shipping would be extra. I just want these to go to someone who can use them. I would also like to know what car these parts apply to. Thank you.
  7. Hi, looking for the item pictured which goes on the center of a 1930-31 Model A Ford radiator shell. I don't know what it would be called or what manufacturer made it, so I am at a disadvantage.
  8. SWAP MEET at Brookville, OH, (Dayton area) sponsored by the Dayton-Buckeye Model A Club. At Reichard Chevrolet. Breakfast, Lunch, Inside and Outside Vendors. See Flyer for more details.
  9. Thanks for the tip--Auburnseeker. I am not a dreamer, just a guy with a budget. Also, I would appreciate not being called names or labelled. This car has been listed for over 3 years at a much higher price. I work full time and do not always check this site because for weeks and months there has sometimes been nothing to see. You old guys wonder why younger people get turned off by the old car hobby: just read your own posts.
  10. Still looking for a good 68C, please contact me at your convenience. Thanks.
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