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  1. I couldn’t find any name or markings of any kind on it
  2. I picked up this air compressor the other day and was told it was for mounting under the hood of a 1920’s 1930’s car for filling tires. I cannot find any markings on it anywhere. Does someone here have an idea if it is truly for under the hood of a car?
  3. Antique Mechanical Floor Jack. Has a broken part that needs welding. $25 located 35 miles north of Chicago Illinois call or text 224-223-7464
  4. 1950 Crosley Station Wagon Body with current title and VIN plate. The car was in the process of being restored when the owner passed away. They had the body acid dipped (at the cost of $1,250) to remove the paint and rust. The rusted floor sections were then cut out and new pieces welded in. The doors have been converted to roll up windows instead of the original sliders. Also there are new pieces tack welded in to the bottom of the doors to replace the rusted sections. They will need to be finished welding in. The hood and tailgate look to be in very nice shape. This body still needs a lot of
  5. 1953 Chevrolet Rear Bumper Filler Splash Apron. I got this from the original owner who took it off the car right after he bought it new to put a continental kit on. So it’s in very good condition. Asking only $25 call or text 224-223-7464 located 35 miles north of Chicago Illinois. I am willing to ship this
  6. Dandy Dave, the hole circle is 8" diameter. Not threaded.
  7. I didn't know what make or year this transmission was so I posted it in the general discussion forum and was told it's a pre 1925 Buick. That is the info I'm going off of so if I'm wrong I'm sorry and maybe someone can correct me. I'd take $100 for this trans if anyone can use it. I can also ship it through Fastenal if there is one of their stores near you. Call text or email if intersted or need more pictures. 224-223-7464 Thanks, Paul located 35 miles north of Chicago Illinois
  8. What car is this brake drum for? 13 7/8" inside diameter and 2 3/4" wide
  9. Does anybody know what vehicle this gas tank is from? Is it a car, truck, tractor, airplane, spaceship??? There's a left and right version. They have sending unit mounting holes. I just can't figure it out. Paul
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