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  1. AB-Buff

    Any Tours scheduled for California in 2019?

    I have put on several of events that last few years in other clubs, made give aways that took 8 months to make. Time to take it easy and let someone else do the work. I'll find something or go alone....
  2. AB-Buff

    Help identify a tail light lens

    Hi I'm not sure any Cadillac guys are going to look at this thread again. I would suggest starting a new topic and putting something in the subject like "1933 Cadillac judging blue dot tail light" I think you will get more attention Lynn
  3. AB-Buff

    Any Tours scheduled for California in 2019?

    Hi Mainly looking to see if there was going to be a hub type tours. There was one in Santa Rosa and one in Sonora the last few years both of them were fantastic. Hoping for another one.
  4. AB-Buff

    Help identify a tail light lens

    Johan I took a few more photos, this time with a black background. I also measure the lens again and goth the same numbers (or within .005") as yours as far as the OD, Rim inside and the blue dot. The blue dot is hard to measure but it look right.. Also if you look at the pattern I concur it is Cadillac. The 34 Lincoln blue dot has the same blue dot and the same size. I'm thinking for a big lens like this they were a standard size. Lynn
  5. AB-Buff

    Help identify a tail light lens

    Sounds great, thank you Johan
  6. AB-Buff

    Help identify a tail light lens

    Johan according to Owen this is Packard.
  7. AB-Buff

    Help identify a tail light lens

    Do you think Cadillac and Packard used the same lens???
  8. AB-Buff

    Any Tours scheduled for California in 2019?

    I'm looking at the calendar and meets and don't see anything in 2018 or 2019 for Fallbrook in November????
  9. I posted this earlier in General. I did a little searching and it looks like 1932-33 Cadillac and 33 Packard came with the blue dot lens. Can someone ID these and tell me which it is? They measure 3.990" at the largest O.D. Thanks
  10. AB-Buff

    Help identify a tail light lens

    1934 Lincoln came fro the factory with Blue dots, I heard Cadillac did to but not sure. I am 100% sure Lincoln in 34 had the Blue dots.
  11. Hi I need some help identifying this tail light lens, it measures 3.990" at the largest OD (not quite round). I know there were a few cars in 32-34 that came withe the blue dot configuration. I also know this is NOT Lincoln, Lincoln is larger. Any help is appreciated Thank you!
  12. Auto-Lite / Delco Carbon Button, Brush Spring kit Replacement for Distributor Cap Brand new machined conductive graphite button/contact with a new spring ready for use in your distributor cap. The diameter is precision honed to .246 - .247” X .450” Long this is .050” longer than stock for longer life, fits fine. If this length is not right for you please inquire, custom lengths are available. This one specifically fits Lincoln 1932-39 V12 Auto-Lite IGM-3 distributor cap and IGM-16 rotor but also fits many others this styles. I had to have this spring custom made, it's about $9.50 each, then you have to turn the graphite to the right diameter, and it’s a long process. I will only make them for a short time and then on to other things. If you need them now is the time to get some, a year from know they won't be available from me. Lynn 209 815-1189 daleljames@comcast.net $20.00 ea. Free Shipping
  13. After two years for searching for a NOS Auto-Lite IGM-16 rotor and not finding one I decided to do a limited run of IGM-16 rotors. These rotors are made from a nearly unbreakable polyurethane (you will not break one with normal usage). They come with a new conductive graphite button .050” longer than stock and a new spring. These are made in a very limited number and will not be available forever. If you need one now is the time to pick one up. You will get a rotor very similar to the one pictured here. These are quality rotors, the fit onto the distributor shaft is a nice push fit, no wobble. You can see the parts that make up the rotor above, nicely machined and soldered together, when finished and oven curd at 180 degrees each rotor is machined on a rotary table to the correct diameter, this also insures that the rotor is concentric with the distributor shaft. They are not a cheap reproduction. $120.00 shipping $7.20 for 1 to 10 rotors Lynn 209-815-1189 or daleljames@comcast.net