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Brass is Best

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  1. The seller states the car needs an interior right in the ad. It can be seen in the photos that the car needs a lot of work if you expect it to be a show car. Looks like a good ad to me. If you are not serious about buying an item you have no business inquiring about it. Many people today want to text or email. They spread out questions over days or weeks that could have all been answered in a 5 minute phone conversation. Then they say they don't want to buy your green 4 door because they really want a yellow 2 door.
  2. Here is a 1936 Ford club cabriolet. It is modified much the same as the car in the photo.
  3. 1930 or 1931 Cadillac covers the fuel tank at the rear of the chassis.
  4. 1912 Ford Model T Touring. Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884. Spectacular brass era Model T. Outstanding! This T was loved and cared for by one family for over 50 years. It has been studiously maintained for touring and enjoyment. Off frame restored to very high standards. The seldom seen “Fore Doors” front door and drivers panel are present and can be removed if so desired. Finished in striking Maroon with Yellow Coach Stripe. The interior is finished in Black button tufted leather. The black cloth top is lined in red felt. Black cloth boot. Rear seat tonneau cover for touring. Side Curtains. Loaded with brass trim. The E&J Brass headlamps have been converted to electric for modern touring. E&J Brass side lamps and tail lamp. The tail lamp has been converted to an electric brake lamp and tail lamp. Brass Carbide Generator. Brass Horn. Brass folding windshield. Brass Stewart Speedometer. This Model T has a 12-volt electric starter. The 12-volt electrical system is charged by the magneto. This makes for easy starts and confident long distance touring. Powered by Ford’s proven 177 cubic inch 4-cylinder engine. Planetary transmission. A Ruckstell Two Speed rear axle allows this Model T to travel at modern highway speeds. Rocky Mountian Brakes STOP this Ford with confidence. Firestone Tires. Excellent road manners. This Ford would be great for HCCA (Horseless Carriage Club of America), AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) and MTFCA (Model T Ford Club of America) Shows, Tours and Club Events. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $49,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Ford in action: More photos: More photos:
  5. 1980 Shay Model A Roadster. Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884. Shay Model As were built by The Model A and Model T Motor Car Reproduction Corporation. Which was a company founded by Harry Shay. Mr. Shay wanted to build modern versions of Ford Motor Company’s greatest cars. He made a deal with Ford to provide mechanical components and to sell Shays at Ford dealerships. Finished in Gray with Black fenders and pinstripe. Black vinyl interior and Rumble Seat. Black Vinyl Convertible Top and Side Curtains. Powered by Ford’s 140 Cubic Inch 88 Horsepower 4-cylinder Engine. 4 speed manual transmission. This Shay is equipped with lots of great features. Independent front suspension. Front Disc Brakes. Dual Sidemounts. Rumble Seat. Stone Guard. Heater. Ford Script Step Plates. Trunk rack with Trunk. Electric Windshield Wipers. Turn Signals. Wind Wings. Seat Belts. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $19,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Shay in action: More photos: More photos:
  6. 1929 Packard 1941 Chevrolet 1936 Chevrolet 1936 Ford 1931 Ford
  7. It looks a lot like a Mitchell.
  8. I bought a 1929 Packard once and when I finally got around to looking under the front seat I found a complete tool kit. I called the gentleman I purchased the car from to thank him for the tools and he had no idea they were there. He didn't even know there was storage under the seat.
  9. How about this? Details at www.petersmotorcars.com
  10. Tin Men is a great movie. Especially if you like Cadillacs and humor.
  11. Weird that it is not listed in ebay motors. It is listed in as a poster.
  12. The car on the left may be a 1931 Plymouth. The car on the right looks like a circa 1915 Buick.
  13. As I understand black tires did not come into use until 1912. Not sure when white side wall tires were invented.
  14. Stick with the coil and points. If you break on the side of the road you can walk into most parts stores and figure something out. If the electronic breaks you are calling a tow truck.
  15. Install a new Clutch and Brakes. Then sign off on it. Or remove the clutch and brake shoes and ship that way. Be sure to charge the buyer for your effort.
  16. I do not think this is a Cadillac. But it looks very similar to a 1911 Cadillac. The body is made different though. The Elk Mascot is awesome!
  17. Perhaps I can help: www.petersmotorcars.com
  18. Buy the best car you can afford. Do not think that you will save money by fixing it up yourself. Go look at the car in person. Inspection companies never do a good job. Research the car you are going to look at. Ask lots of questions. If you don't understand something ask. I may have something you would enjoy: www.petersmotorcars.com
  19. I always enjoy driving any old car. They are all a little different. Most of them have a personality of their own. Modern cars can be more like a toaster. Unless you pick put one that is a little different. Then you get to enjoy some personality.
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