gt40pilot

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  1. Yes, I did own a Ford GT-40 for about 5 years. I have owned a few Ford & Shelby hi-performance vehicles over the years since the 1960's. I got interested in Shelby inspired vehicles as a high school kid back then. I wish now that I would of hung on to more of the stuff, hind-sight is always 20/20.
  2. I found out that the IGW4055 distributor is a rare conversion for the Indian vertical twins (1949-1952) to replace the problematic Edison-Wico magneto. Thanks for your help guys
  3. It's possible to be from a tractor, but it has a manual spark advance that is cable operated.
  4. Does anyone know what the Auto-Lite IGW 4055 distributor application is? It must be for a 2 cylinder motorcycle of some kind. Thank you for your help.
  5. Yes, I do not intend to restore the car. From what I can see, it needs the head lamps and brake lever. This car was not manufacture with a windshield. Your car is a very nice original. Thank you for your response.
  6. I think at this point I will leave it as is, I am still trying to gather information on this car. My cousin is the curator at the Studebaker Museum and put me in touch with the Wills St-Claire Museum curator who relayed me some pics of another car that looks to be just several years newer than mine. We only know of these two cars at this time, the other car is somewhere in Canada. Any information at all is greatly appreciated. Below is a picture of the car located in Canada. Thank You for your interest!
  7. Thanks again for all the input, I did bring the car home today.😊
  8. Thanks for the your responses! Yes the car does have a rear suspension. I do agree that it would be better to leave in it's current state. The owner would like to have $1000 for it as it sits, probably a fair price. I will contact the WSC museum this week to see if they have any info.
  9. I am interested in a friends Wills St-Claire pedal car but cannot find much information about it. Who produced it? What year was it produced? What would a realistic value be in it's current condition? Would you restore or leave it in it's current condition? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you much!