Joehardin

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  1. Dennis Thanks for your interest. Give me a shout any time. Joe
  2. Hi every one. I had always wanted a brass car and about a year ago I bought one from a gentleman in Phoenix that had medical problems. I love unrestored things and this car was it for me. I did,t have a quality place to put the car but have a friend that put it in his museum until i could build a place for it and I could enjoy it. I am in the heavy steel fab contracting buss and I have not had a chance to look up for over two years and the future looks the same. He has sold the museum and I do not have time to build a place for it and it would be in jeopardy if i put it in the fab shop. I built a new home a couple of years ago and all I have is a covered but not enclosed garage . I would be glad to trade it for something I could enjoy. I love old bikes like Indian and Harley and I am good at fixing them up. I have a place at the shop to keep something that size. I love old Winchesters and Colts or old engines , old Tractors or trucks or autos that are not as fragile to the elements. The previous owner Drove the car a lot and said it started easy. The only things not original on it are the tail light and the mag. I was hoping to find them but haven,t. I love muscle car era stuff also. The tools are in the tool box along with the original side curtains for the top. If all this hobby means to you is money and trying to make a buck I probably would be a waste of time. I am mainly trying to find the car a great home and be treated fair. There are picts of the car on my previous postings and I can be reached at 928 241 1490 Thanks Joe
  3. Mercer09 I sent a message but can,t tell if you got it. I am very interested in the doctors car. Could you please send me details Thanks Joe
  4. Thanks every one I had wanted one of these for years and was surprised to see one come up in my area. I don,t know why but i just love unrestored things like this. I want to put it back to totally original.
  5. I got my first brass era car. It is an all original Maxwell AB. I need a rear tail light and a splitorf magneto to get it correct. From what I read the tail light is a maxwell #4 and the mag is a Splitdorf model H I posted on the Maxwell form also and put some good picts there. Any help or leads would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Joe 928 241 1490
  6. I did.t want to lose my message while trying to upload photos so I am going to try again.
  7. Hi everyone. I just got my first early bars era car. Until now the oldest I have had was a 1926 Hupp coupe. I love unrestored original stuff and the AB is pretty close The seat bottom cushions have been recovered but the backs are original as is the top. The side lights are Maxwell #9 but the tail light is a Solar The mag is an update but I would like to find a splitdorf to put back on it. From what I can read I need a maxwell #4 taillight and a Splitdorf model H magneto. It has a flap valve hanging under the exhaust pipe that is accepted by a little handle in front of the seat and I was hoping someone could tell me what that is. I will post some picts and hope you enjoy . I just love to see old unrestored stuff. Any leads would be appreciated also Thanks for your time Joe
  8. I am looking for an unrestored or older restoration Runabout. If it has been sitting for awhile and not running I don,t mind as long as it is complete. I don,t have time for a major restoration. Thanks Joe
  9. Hi I am looking for a maxwell Runabout that I can work on and drive . I have always wanted a car from this era. Until now the oldest thing I have owned has been in the late twenties. I like cars that are old restorations or unrestored and complete. If it has not run in awhile no problem just don't have time for a major restoration. Thanks for your time Joe
  10. I have an all original 49 jeepster from Ca. that is 100 percent rust free and runs and drives. Top is original and needs replaced. I would like to trade for something early like a maxwell or the like that I could drive and mess with. Don,t need a show car. I like unrestored original. Also like old motor bikes like harley and Indian and 12 valve dodge cummins pickups. I can be reached at 928 241 1490 Thanks Joe
  11. Sorry to say the deal with my friend Doug did not go through. I was to take a nice running survivor as a part trade but the car was more like critically ill when I looked at it. The car is still on the market. Thanks Joe
  12. The car has been sold to a great friend of mine. He is in the steel fab buss. and we have done a lot of jobs together. His last name is Gardner and he has a collection of Gardner cars. and when he saw the Pierce he fell in love with it. But then it,s a Pierce , and what is not to love. I really enjoyed fixing the car and getting it running like a charm. I want to thank every one for there help like Ed, John at the Pierce parts and all others. The people in the society are as classy as the cars. I found me a 1946 Indian Chief that has never had a bolt turned and was in the hands of the original owners nephew. I can,t wait to get it running. Take car and Happy New year Joe
  13. I bought this car last spring and my wife and i were going to tour around in it. She passed away from cancer and I am going to sell it. It had a concourse quality restoration 25 years ago and has held up well. It is new mechanically from bumper to bumper and drives great. I advertised it in Hemmings at 88,500.00 and was going to put it on the Pierce society page but I could not get the message board to work. I am in North East Arizona and My # is 928 241 1490. If you are a Pierce member and truly interested in the car I will work with you on Price. I will take silver, gold, and I am also looking for a vintage motorcycle like an Indian or ?. Thanks for your time. Joe
  14. The Hupmobile has gone to a member of the Hupp family. Thanks Joe