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  1. Thanks for taking the time to post this information. Very helpful! Thanks Ben
  2. Thanks very much Hugh, I couldn't of asked for a better reply! Regards Alan
  3. Could anyone tell me what the correct finish is on Boyce Motometre used in 1919. I have seen some bright chrome, dull crome and brass. Many thanks
  4. Bump. Still looking for two of these handles if anyone can help it would be great.
  5. Two brass chimneys and two brass headlight rings wanted. Same as the ones in the picture. JNO Brown Model 16
  6. Mark Shaw, thank you very much for the link. I had not noticed that topic previously. Thanks
  7. Thanks for the replies guys. Much appreciated. All the small details being correct add up to a much better looking vehicle really. Thanks again
  8. Thanks for the term info Terry. Do you know of any available? Many thanks
  9. Hi Morgan. I do not unfortunately. Is there a copy available that you are aware of?
  10. Hi. I am looking at making new spark plug leads for a 1919 Buick. 6 cylinder. Would anyone have some photos of the original type of ends used to connect to the spark plugs and the cap, as they say the devil is in the detail! Thanks
  11. I am looking for a good working original coil to suits a six cylinder engine. The coil is the type mounted on the starter/ generator. Thanks
  12. I am looking for the correct paint code for a 1919 Buick if anybody can help me out. I can match the colour that I have but I would prefer to get it as it should be originally. It is a maroon colour.
  13. I am looking for the part pictured. It is from a Stewart speedometer I would also purchase a complete unit if it was possible. There is some wear between the pin and housing and it is causing to gears to slip.I am unsure of the model on the speedometer at this time but I can post a picture tomorrow. Thanks guys
  14. Thanks Don. It seemed like that was the method but its always best to check before something gets strained or breaks! Thanks for taking the time to reply. Appreciate it very much