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  1. My brother for several years has own a 65 Mustang couple with 200 c.i. engine. Over past 5 years he has had to have the auto light 1100 series carburetor rebuild 3 times. It seen that ever time he has it rebuilt it works good for that season. When he gets it out for the next season it dies at stop signs and stop lights. Has trouble idling. That diaphragm on the front of the carburetor that has to do acceleration always goes bad overwinter. He is about fed up with the auto light and is looking for an alternative carburetor. Any suggestions on carburetors for 6 cylinder Mustang?
  2. for sale on eBay is a 1907 Buick model S Roadster photo http://ebay.us/JXFsP1?cmpnId=5338273189
  3. Please call the phone of Grayl in orginal post. He is the one that would like wheels.
  4. Looks like Reo. One Cylinder.
  5. Wtb 1912 model t hubs front and back. Also wire wheels and hud 26/27 model t. Factor preferred. Call Grayl at 316 832 0994. Please call between 8:00 am to 9:00pm central standard time.
  6. Nash34

    1914 Maxwell

    Sent you a pm
  7. Well we where semi successful this evening.
  8. Andrew. Thank for sharing. This is what. My Dis. looks like. I talk with old buicks 2 couple weeks back and explain how it come apart. At the moment I am trying to get the bearing loosen up so I can take the points cover off. Your photo show more details. Which will help with the rest of the disassembly and reassembly. Thanks.
  9. Brass is best. I can't imagine crossley much better. I'm just glad that I would be considered the average height for back in the late twenties or early thirties. At 5ft 9. I actually have a 1930 Austin here that we're restoring. A buddy of mine has come to help with the restoration about 6 ft tall. He didn't think he'd fit in it. After the initial getting into the car he realized it was pretty roomy for what it is. Was able to drive around a little bit before we tore it apart. He was amazed at how comfortable it was the drive.
  10. You thing an A is hard to get into. Try an American Austin some day.
  11. Old bricks 2 I have try to do some research. Have not found much. What you see in the photo is what I have. I like to rebuild it. So any Education on this particularly unit. What ever parts i can find to rebuild it. It's a model 15 with a patent date of 1914. I know this is probably is rare bird. If I can't find anything. Regal also used A.W. Kent 1915 as well. I have a good A.W. Kent set up if I need to go that route. Will like to keep it original if possible.
  12. Looking for parts to repair a Connecticut telephone and electrical company distributor. It is a model 15.
  13. This evening I decided to take the combination generator starter off the Regal to get rebuilt at local shop. On the back side is the distributor. And I can't say that I've ever seen one quite like this. It's was made by Connecticut telephone and electrical company. Designated as a model 15. Anyone have some parts for one of these?
  14. Chrysler amp gauge. $20 plus shipping
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