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hugh9222

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  • Birthday 01/22/1937

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  1. Luckily, nothing from either of the hurricanes. I did uncover, wash then re-covered my Vettes that are outside in prep for this Delta. I've been working on my 63 SWC getting the rebuilt dash back in it. I still have to hook up the tack and speedo. I got tired of screwing with the short wires in the dash harness so I extended them all. I'm really reluctant to do any electrical work but I just couldn't get my hand(s) into the back of the dash until I lengthened the wires. I still had a hard time getting the mounting screws in place. I pulled the dash about 10 years ago and I don't remember
  2. If a 1924 is a 48 then I should have a complete frame. I'm supposed have a relatively complete parts car that came with my other 2 1924's. All these parts are in enclosed trailers or box trucks so I'll be digging for some time if I ever feel it is safe for me to venture out to the shop. That's the good news, the bad news is that stupid Covid 19 is going throughout my body guys extended and immediate family. His wife and daughter as tested positive within the past two weeks. I'm staying away. He admits that he has too may cousins that simply don't believe in the recommended precautions. I'
  3. Thanks, I'm following your site to help inform me what can be done with 3-D printing. I'd appreciate you including the original part so I could compare. I have a couple of future projects and 3-D printing is something I know little about. Thanks again for helping me learn.
  4. A quick update, I have nothing to update! First, I lost my phone with the pictures of two of the Locomobiles I bought, I'm not smart enough to have them transfer to the cloud as I took them (or if you can really do that). Second, then in March the virus hit the shop where they are stored, so I had stayed away from it. I’m in good health but at 83 years old. I want nothing to do with that crap. As time passed the virus spread to the other employees so the shop is near a stand still. I waited 82 years to find these jewels and for me to be away from them for
  5. Absolutely! I didn't know anyone that owed a Loco, except for those on this site. Here I met a knowledgeable, generous owner that live less than 15 miles from me. I like that he appreciates originality. Not only does he have a beautiful Loco, the balance of his collection is to die for!. He knows more about the cars I bought than I'll every know. His brother and he had tried for over 20 years to buy the collection that my car was in. He knew the owner, speaking to him numerous times and learning about the cars. His brother saw the touring car in the 70's, before a fire damaged it. H
  6. With this virus I'm not sure when I'm going to get started on my restoration of my 1924, aluminum bodied, four passenger Victoria, VIN 190001 Locomobile. This is the first unit for the 1924 and 1925 run. I have several questions I'd like ask. Thank you in advance for any help you provide. 1. I understand that only 4 1924 aluminum body Victoria were made, is this true? 2. The body is quite straight and I'm thinking that I will polish it, not paint it. Did any original 1924 aluminum bodied Victoria Locomobiles come polished? 3. If not and I polish mine, would that affect its' orig
  7. BEAUTIFUL! Mine are a long long way from yours. Left you a message and look forward to talking.
  8. With this virus I'm not sure when I'm going to get started on my restoration of my 1924, aluminum bodied, four passenger Victoria, VIN 190001 Locomobile. This is the first unit for the 1924 and 1925 run. I have several questions I'd like ask. Thank you in advance for any help you provide. 1. I understand that only 4 1924 aluminum body Victoria were made, is this true? 2. The body is quite straight and I'm thinking that I will polish it, not paint it. Did any original 1924 aluminum bodied Victoria Locomobiles come polished? 3. If not and I polish mine, would that affect its' orig
  9. Yes. I've had it about a year and it's my next (I hope) project. I've had a lot on my table the past few years and I am way behind on my projects. I'm attempting to make a deal with a local restoration shop and get them (I have a 24 Loco Limo and a 24 Loco parts car as well) to work with me and get them done right. So it's going to be quite a project once we start. I've got to inventory the spare parts that came in addition to the cars as well. I'm not sure how this damn virus is going to affect me getting involved in a major project away from home. I've been on this site for some time and app
  10. What do you think of the price, $89,500? Seem light to me but I'm relatively new to this site.
  11. I replaced my several years ago by myself in my garage. I remember I had a hard time replacing the pilot bearing because of some sizing issue. I used two or three jacks to help me lift and align the transmission the to engine, largely because I was alone. I'm never in any hurry so it took me quite a while but I did a lot of scraping (a prior owner sprayed undergoing everywhere), cleaning and painting. I still haven't got the fiberglass as white as I'd like but it's much better. I also had my u-joints replaced and my drive shaft balanced.
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