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RodgerWilson

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  • Birthday 10/25/1962

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    Bolingbrook, IL USA

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  1. There are too many variables to help you without more information. Attached is a picture of my 21 REO that I am asking $24,000 for. Selling to pursue a 24 REO that my dad owned back when I was in high school. Thanks.
  2. Still looking…. Thanks for any help.
  3. Dave, I sent our previous correspondences (5) to you via email. I am away from my computer which is where the pictures are stored, but by forwarding the previous emails from my tablet I could get the information to you. Thanks again for your help.
  4. I would love to sell my car to get dad’s old car, but I just found this on eBay and it’s in your area and may be more affordable for you. Dodge Brothers quality is not the quite the same as a REO, and this one doesn’t appear to be in as good of a condition as the REO. But I’m more about the hobby and your story/intent to make a good guy have some good times. Thanks. https://www.ebay.com/itm/265217795551?hash=item3dc03665df:g:piEAAOSwH5hg2MS7
  5. For your consideration. 1921 REO Model T6. 39,000 actual miles. Selling to pursue a 24 REO that my father owned in the late 70’s. I do have an enclosed trailer and could work delivery into the deal. I am taking this car to the REO club meet in two weeks being held in Appleton WI. The car left the the factory on July 17th 1921 so it will be 100 years old in a couple of weeks. I am the 4th owner of the vehicle. I am in the Chicagoland area. Asking $24,000 but I will entertain reasonable offers. Feel free to call with any questions…. 708-259-0298. Thanks.
  6. I can't believe it.... I must have stumped the antique car world. It seem like somebody out there can always point me in the right direction for help, but in this case I haven't gotten any replies. Perhaps the right person is away from their computer on vacation.
  7. I can't believe it.... I must have stumped the antique car world. It seem like somebody out there can always point me in the right direction for help, but in this case I haven't gotten any replies. Perhaps the right person is away from their computer on vacation.
  8. Looking for an oil gauge... Falls Motors Corp made engines for several manufactures and I am hoping that someone out there has something that will work. Based on the attached ad it looks like this could be a style that they used on several motors. I have the tube and site glass, but the gauge itself is missing. It looks like the rod that connects the float and gauge is broken off where it should connect to the gauge. I do feel the float working on the other end of the rod. See the pictures as it should tell the story. Thanks.
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