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Chris Batty

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  1. Hi, I bought a 1917 Locomobile three years ago from a guy near Freemantle in Australia who had owned a museum of cars and military vehicles,but had closed it a decade before and my car was now in a chicken shed, he told me that he had bought the car in an auction in the 1980’s in the States from another museum that was closing and he believed that my car had been in that museum since 1948. My chassis number is 12055, which is stamped on the chassis, on the top lip of the bonnet and into the wood on the underside of the floorboards. My engine number is 10377 and the cast date on the bronze
  2. Hi Al, Thanks for your message, how do I contact you directly re the wire wheels? Regards Chris
  3. Hi, I live in the UK and have nearly finished restoring a 1917 model 38 Locomobile but am missing the Watham dash clock and the two Yale bonnet locks - does anyone have these items spare so that I can complete the restoration. There do not seem to be any other model 38 or 48 Locomobiles in the UK, so sourcing spares over here is difficult. If anyone has the whole triangular central instrument panel including the clock, I would be interested in buying that as well. As you can see from the photo, I have the car running and compe in some Edwardian race events, but would like to get these las
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