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  1. Hey Shawn I have a 23 Columbia coupe, I may consider selling if interested lets talk.
  2. Thank you RansomEli I will look into that, appreciated.
  3. Thanks for the help but already have one rebuilt, will try to get it running off of it.
  4. Thanks for the help I think I will go back to the vacuum tank and omit the electric pump Bob
  5. I have a 1923 Columbia it has a six cylinder Continental engine with a Stromberg updraft carberator and I put an electric fuel pump with a fuel regulator in it. At idle even with the regulator turned all the way down it floods the carb out so I was thinking of going back to the vacuum pump but keep the electric for when I need it. I am just not sure how to go about doing this.Do I run one fuel line from the tank to the vacuum pump and another from tank to electric pump and then to vacuum pump or will the vacuum pump pull the gas through the electric pump and regulator or two different lines to
  6. Jim, I may have a set of used ones. Are they square or round port heads?
  7. I would like to ship it to D&M Restoration in Greenville SC 29615
  8. I was wondering if it is still available if so I will take it. Thanks Bob
  9. I am working on a 1923 Columbia and the ignition key switch has been bypassed to an aftermarket switch and I would like to go back to using the original switch. Does anyone know where I can get this switch looked at? Thanks Bob
  10. Thank you 41Su8 actually live in NH so it is close for me. Much appreciated
  11. I have a 1923 Columbia Six and the ignition switch has been bypassed to an aftermarket one and was wondering if anyone knew where I could get the original one rebuilt?
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