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  1. Thanks, however the 33 and 34 have different mounting brackets, Allen
  2. Thanks Mark, That is a great suggestion and in fact I have already placed and left a message with him, Thanks!!
  3. Members 8 6 posts Report post Posted just now I am in need of a Ross Steering box and column used on a 1933 Pierce Arrow, I believe it to be the same for 8's and 12's. Very interested to learn more about these Ross units from this era so please contact me if you might be able to help. I can be reached anytime at 217 778 1425 or email at apacap@comcast.ne, Thanks, Allen
  4. I am in need of a Ross Steering box and column used on a 1933 Pierce Arrow, I believe it to be the same for 8's and 12's. Very interested to learn more about these Ross units from this era so please contact me if you might be able to help. I can be reached anytime at 217 778 1425 or email at apacap@comcast.ne, Thanks, Allen
  5. Hi West, This is Allen Strong, if you still need help give me a call and I will be happy to share what I know, Allen
  6. Thanks Ed, great tip. Looking forward to seeing you and all the other regulars at Hershey, Allen
  7. We will be attending for the 30th year another Fall AACA meet at Hershey this year. I am wondering if anyone has a suggestion where one might pay to store a car for a month or two if needed in the area. Have two cars and one trailer so looking for a temporary home for one of them. Preferably something easily accessible and close to Hershey....any ideas? Another thought, is there anyone going back to or thru Central Illinois with an empty trailer? Thanks for any suggestions, Allen
  8. Can you imagine the excitement of finding this car back in 1987. In my opinion, one of the most beautiful cars ever built!
  9. Here's one I just finished, a 1936 Packard Rollston Stationary Victoria on a long wheelbase Super Eight chassis. A one off custom built for New Jersey industrialist Arthur McEwan. Mr. McEwan had never put the top down on his Rollston 845 ( 1931) Convertible Victoria, so when he went to the dealer to replace it in December of 1935 he ordered his new one with a fixed convertible top!