Todd Maxwell

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  1. Will there be another Maxwell meeting at the HCCA test this year? Thursday at 1:00 pm?
  2. 1923 listed a Sport Touring. aluminum bead around hood at cowl, spare tire on left front fender, trunk and guard rails on rear. The description I have does not list color, but the Sport Roadster says Khaki Top. 1924 lists Red Sport Touring, and Green Special Sport Touring. The advert below does not list year. It lists body and hood in Chester Hunt Red. Fender4s and disc wheels in black with bright nickle wheel rims, Olive Drab Top, heavily nickled radiator shell, tie bar, headlights, cowl lights. Winged Water indicator, strong bumpers (LOL), trunk bars and door handles. Bright patent leather upholstery, deeply buffed. Extra tire with cover mounted in special carrier on left side. Commodious trunk on rear of five passenger car. Special olive drab curtains open with doors.
  3. I have a driver. That being said any time you change something it affects the next thing. My car has an incorrect carb and vacuum and. Then an electric fuel pump that bypasses the vacuum tank. It is running very rich. So I found a correct carb and it is about rebuilt. I am also working on a correct vacuum tank. Why not. I need to re connect the fuel and vacuum lines. I believe I have the original fuel fittings. I am missing a vacuum fitting at the vacuum tank. There is a fitting on the oil pump where the line was originally. then there are some parts tapped into the exhaust manifold. I need to remove the original fitting from the oil pump to see how they plugged it and if it is reusesble. Then I need to source one to connect to the vacuum tank. I believe it was a compression fitting as there is not a corresponding flare to mate to. The fuel line is 1/4 inch od and I think I will use copper nickel tube to replace both fuel and vacuum lines.
  4. Matt. Where did you get your fittings for your Lincoln? Thanks stateside. I will have to look for an ACE.
  5. I have a 1923 Maxwell. I am looking for a source for brass or copper-nickel fuel line and vintage brass fuel fittings. Any suggestions.
  6. Would it be hard to install a 1924 engine in a 1923? I have a car titled as a 1924. The serial number is 440638. That seems to fall as a 1923. The engine has a spring for a front mount which this thread says happened in March 1924. The car does have a lot of modifications to it. What 95 years will do.