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  1. The 4 screw top type vacuum canister was also used on the smaller Chevrolets and probably other smaller cars. It is a stamped metal top whereas the 8 screw Stewarts have cast tops. There is a fellow in Texas who ended up with the remains of Mike Larsens tanks and parts. He has some parts, and is going to offer them in a rebuilding service. Art
  2. Yes, they are the 3/8" clad washers. I have a whole jar of the 5/16 washers but only a few of the 3/8".
  3. Originally it had 2 copper clad washers under the bolt heads for the thermostat housing. Some people switch out the bolts to stainless, but you still need the copper clad washers. I think the Filling Station sells them. Hard to source elsewhere. Art
  4. Could be a bunch of different Marques. The headlight looks like 31 Chevy truck
  5. Could you check to see how much it would cost to ship windshield #1 to Vancouver WA? Zip code 98663
  6. So we were good friends with Mike and Rosalie. I even got to drive that car trying to go on a tour. It acted like the thermostat froze in the shut position and it overheated. Mike and I had just put regular pump gas in it thinking we were going on a fairly lengthy tour and would burn most of it out. He had the big 31 Willies that was his favorite at the time and he loaned my wife and I the Nash. That was about 7, or 8 years ago before he passed away. We always meant to get both of those taken care of. The black and red color scheme on that car was his favorite. Not sure if you ever
  7. Is that the 32 Nash from Mike Larsens estate? Send me a PM and maybe I can put you in touch with another member. Art
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    6-17 Delux Coupe

    Last July our frien Rosalie passed away. All the cars were put on ebay. The 4 buildings of parts went through the estate sale. I have been contacted by the new owner of the 6-17 coupe and am going to try to help him get it sorted out better.
  9. The Filling Station sells rattle cans of the correct color. Art
  10. Did Paige use Continental engines? If so there is a section at the bottom of the forum that just is about Continental. I sent you a private message with a lead. Art
  11. Go to the VCCA chat site. VCCA.org Forums
  12. The location where we have been storing our cars has a 31 DeVaux coupe like this. The owner drove it to a Durant meet in the midwest. There are a lot of Durant parts and literally tons of misc parts for maybe a dozen marques in three shops. Within the next month or so this is all slated to be sold. The property is going to a charitable trust who we assume will just scrap everything that is leftover. Art
  13. I believe this car will go up for sale in the next few weeks. Art
  14. Where I store my cars there is a 30 model Willys Knight with the 8. I think it has 24,000 miles on it. An amazing original example of a fine automobile. He called me up one day and asked me to help him with the engine. Not having worked on a model of this stature it was a treat. It would run but had no power. After some research the original distributor had two sets of points. My experience with two points has been in cars where the use of them was to extend the spark to burn more fuel thus reducing emissions. The use on this example was that one bank of 4 cylinders was fired with one set of p
  15. I have a used rad out of a 41 New Yorker I would like to sell. The top tank has had a small patch added for some reason. But it is such an unusual tank shape I did not want to take it down to the recycler. Art
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