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  1. For a dollar. I got one of them. 34 reo look nice by 34 Nash in my shop.
  2. I believe several different car companies used a Rutenber engine. A couple of companies that come to mine are the Sellers made in Hutchinson Kansas and Auburn's out of Indiana. What are you going to do with that engine?
  3. Aha I have been an HCCA member for several years. Know about the membership book. Have used it. I've talked to several different Regal owners over the past couple of years. Most of them have early cars and parts. Most really don't know anything about the later Regals other than they exist. I have been able to find literature and photos. That has helped with door demonstrations, interior and other things that I had questions about. In fact one of the pieces of literature boast that the doors are 23 in. wide allow for better access. Larry Now that I have an idea what the doors are supposed to be. I think I have a good idea on how to make them. The fun part is going to be finding a door mechanism for opening and closing.
  4. This Topic is an opportunity to show everyone what you have by posting a photos and tell something about your car. Also might help someone ID the difference in Chandler Cleveland cars.
  5. Wow that went very reasonabl. Nice looking Chandler to.
  6. Nash34

    1913 Hupp 32

    Thanks. We had Hump out today for a family get togather. Car did good on shifting. Dad getting things figure out. The only problem it seem to have now is after running for awhile. Stop car for a short time. Try to fire it back up it dose not like to fire back up. I am sour it something simply. Just keep playing with it. Gossjh How's your car doing?
  7. I may have just figured out how mine and other Regals made it to Central Kansas. Ollinger-Center motor car company of Salina Kansas. They sold Oldsmobile and Regal products on North Santa Fe Ave.
  8. Alsfarms I finally got around to my information. The tires for the light 4 are 30x3 1/2 with non- skids on the rear.
  9. Nash34

    1913 Hupp 32

    Glad to hear. So is interesting what was slowest car down.
  10. I try to take inventory best I could. Mechanically everthing there. Looks to be a ease restoration. Fingers crossed. This winter I plan on putting the rear tub and cowl on the frame and see about making doors and the front seat.