Grant L. Meredith

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  1. thats a 1929 or newer carb. 28 had 3 screws on float cover
  2. Standard series 120" chassis. Looks to be a '29 front bumper also
  3. Boy I like that car and its me a idea what my '28 Buick roadster would look like with black walls on it!
  4. his number is 573-392-7378. good luck with the carb you bought! I hope it works out for you
  5. Carbking sold me a kit and with new spring to adjust carb. Real happy with the carb now! And he knows lots to help out too!!
  6. on ebay he seller name is "sat1966" and he is from Geneva,Ohio. he makes the exhausts off of prints. Mine was exact
  7. there is a fellow in Ohio that makes a exhaust real close...….I bought 1 for my 1928 and fit great!! real happy with it. I'll look up his name but I found him actually on ebay….I know.... but lad I did. he sells them in aluminumized or stainless. Grant
  8. Brian I'm sure am glad to have found the BCA! Been a great place to find people for help and share info!
  9. I have that on now 2 years no issues Carmover
  10. Thank you Nfrutiger7, I'll give him a call!!
  11. Hubert you are right very similar . I will call them Monday
  12. Hugh, I do have this parts book, the gentleman I purchased the car from gave me that as well. I'll open it up. Thank you!!
  13. Everything is there on the column. I move the lever on steering wheel and I can make the connection point where a rod would slip into work. But from that to carb throttle is missing. I'm assuming that's what's missing ofcourse.
  14. I was wondering if anyone could show me a pic of the throttle control from steering column to carb for my Master 1928? Mine is missing and would like to make one. Thank you
  15. dash gauges are earlier than my 1928, likely 26 to 27
  16. small old tractors had tubing that small on some......might get lucky at a tractor supply shop!