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Steve Hammatt

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  1. I'll be heading to Hershey for my second year. Pulling my 24' enclosed trailer with some goodies for the horseless carriage guys. Anyone needing some items hauled from PacNW to Hershey, check out my posting in the Towing Available forum. Vending in the Red Field RWG 30-31, about 4 aisles directly south of the HCCA HQ Tent.
  2. Overland 90 & 90B Front Axle Available now, but 30 years ago this was a barn find. Now it’s time for a new owner that hopefully can put it to use. Front Axle, spindles, etc. casting no. matches to fit 1917-19 Overland Models 90 and 90b. Appears in excellent condition, given its age and being ignored for ages. Hub bearings spin cleanly. I’m posting this for a friend and have no financial interest whatsoever. Possible Hershey delivery. Peter would really like to move these items, if no interest, they're headed to the scrap pile. For further info, please contact Peter Hammer 4529 129th Place, NE Marysville WA 98271 360-659-7113 (evenings). peteyhammer@live.com
  3. Overland 90 & 90B Front Axle Available now, but 30 years ago this was a barn find. Now it’s time for a new owner that hopefully can put it to use. Front Axle, spindles, etc. casting no. matches to fit Models 90 and 90b Appears in excellent condition, given its age and being ignored for ages. Hub bearings spin cleanly. I’m posting this for a friend and have no financial interest whatsoever. Possible Hershey delivery. I posted photos, but they don't seem to be anywhere around. Email me at gsteve@hammatt.com and I'll send photos. Peter wants these items to find a new home, must be gone by this fall. Interested? Give Peter a call and make an offer. You may be surprised. For further info, please contact Peter Hammer 4529 129th Place, NE Marysville WA 98271 360-659-7113 (evenings). peteyhammer@live.com
  4. I'd suggest that you take a look at The Early Cadillac Group www.earlycadillac.org and join the over 360 members devoted to all copper cylinder Cadillacs (pre-1915). Membership is free and the resources are unmatched for this era Cadillacs. This is the Mission Statement for the group: "This is the meeting place for anyone interested in the copper water-jacketed, one and four cylinder Cadillac automobiles from 1903 through 1914. Join with us in a discussion of all aspects of finding, documenting, restoring, preserving, driving and enjoying these early examples of quality automotive engineering design features from Alanson Brush."
  5. I'd also suggest that you join the new group on Yahoo called EarlyV8Cadillac. They have members that are specifically interested in cars just like your '26 Cadillac. EarlyV8Cadillac : Early V8 Cadillac Group
  6. SOLD Not a full set, but 297 issues stretching from the early '60's to 2011. Fewer newer issues, mostly older issues. Being sold as a group only at $1 per issue. I will deliver to Bakersfield in April for buyer, but will not bring to Bakersfield unless pre-sold. Can ship or will call in Mount Vernon. Cell: 360-661-6060. Steve Hammatt 16593 McLean Rd, Mount Vernon WA 98273.
  7. I’m looking for offers on this early V8 Cadillac/DELCO combination lighting and ignition switch. I’m told this fits 1917-1923 Cadillacs. Steve Hammatt gsteve@hammatt.com https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=950a295005cc7214&id=950A295005CC7214!751&Bsrc=Photomail&Bpub=SDX.Photos&sff=1&authkey=!ALTQtrlWZrvpQBc
  8. I’m looking for offers on this early V8 Cadillac/DELCO combination lighting and ignition switch. I’m told this may fit within the 1917-1923 range for Cadillacs. https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=950a295005cc7214&id=950A295005CC7214!751&Bsrc=Photomail&Bpub=SDX.Photos&sff=1&authkey=!ALTQtrlWZrvpQBc
  9. Contact me, I'm heading to the east coast from PNW with empty trailer, but I don't leave until October. Let me know if this works or not. Steve
  10. Check in with The Early Cadillac Group at EarlyCadillac : The Early Cadillac (1903-14) Group for a definitive answer. Thanks, and good luck.
  11. If not already a member, I suggest you check in with the guys and gals at The Early Cadillac Group. This group is on the internet (Yahoo Groups) and has over 250 members, all involved with pre-1915 (copper-cylinder) one and four cylinder Cadillacs. If you have any specific questions regarding the group, feel free to reply directly to me. Thanks and best of luck with your restoration.
  12. According to my checking, the Cadillac Part No. is 893391 (Group No. 3.0797) and is the same for a number of models: LaSalle Models 345BC Series 672. Cadillac Series 4985, 5085, 8-222, 12-222 and 16-222. All of these cars apparently have the vertical style trunk with lid that seal both on top and upper front, viewing the trunk from the rear. If you know of a source for this specific replacement rubber sealing (weatherstripping) please advise. If you happen to have a piece of the old, original seal material, I'd like to borrow same to have a extrusion die made to duplicate the correct cross-section and then run some lengths. Here's a photo from the rear, showing the vertical style trunk. I suspect that the rubber extrusion would be something of a "T" shape with the flat top of the "T" doing the sealing and the vertical portion of the "T" slides down into a groove.
  13. I may have an option for you. Either call or email direct to discuss. I also have a '32 LaSalle, a Town Coupe. Thanks. Steve 360-661-6060
  14. I'm in need of the (assumed to be) extruded rubber molding for the trunk cover on a 1932 LaSalle Town Coupe with the built-in steel trunk. Has anyone found a suitable cross-section that will work or better yet, maybe someone's already had a die made and run some molding. No reason to re-invent the wheel when there's already a solution at hand. Super thanks,
  15. This is the etched brass data plate that is mounted on the steel cover over the Delco Apparatus Box. It also fits the following models (all 1914): Buick Models B54 and B55 Cole Models 9-14-4 and 9-145-6 Moon Models 42 and 6-50 Oakland Models 43, 48 and 62 Oldsmobile Model 54 Stevens-Duryea Model D Hudson Model 6-54 and Oldsmobile Model 55 Cost is US$100 plus $5 postage/handling Contact: Jim Morley mjmorley2@shaw.ca 250-753-2941 Nanaimo, BC Canada
  16. Pat I suggest that you also check with the Early Cadillac Group at EarlyCadillac : The Early Cadillac (1903-14) Group
  17. Never got in touch with the buyer until today. They had already solved the problem and the car is ready for bringing up to Seattle. Super thanks, sorry your efforts were in vain! Steve
  18. I'm here! Sorry, I'll get in touch with the buyer right now. Super thanks Steve
  19. I have an acquaintance that purchased a large 1940s sedan that needs it moved from the Bay Area to Seattle. It's a roller, but not drivable. Trailer can be open or closed. Can anyone help?
  20. I don't necessarily agree with West on this one. I have a couple of pre-1916 cars with cone clutches and beautiful leather facings that work perfectly. No grabbing or slipping. Leather worked for years and should still work fine with a cone clutch. I've had great response with new leather installed by Bob Knaak 610 E Washington Ave, Orange, CA 92866 tele: 714 633-9736. Send him your clutch cone and you'll have it refaced and returned within a week!<table class="datatable" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"><tbody><tr><td class="selected"> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td></tr></tbody></table>
  21. Sorry, title should have read "WTB - 1913-1914 Cadillac Radiator Cap" Had my '14 Roadster's radiator cap stolen recently. Need to replace it. Hard black rubber with brass insert. Thread i.d. is 2.20 inches, 16 tpi. Would appreciate any leads. Super thanks.
  22. A little more information. The original distributor appears to be made by North East Electric Co of Rochester NY. Model TU, Type 10786. Anybody have a replacement unit or something that will fit? Thanks.
  23. Met a fellow at work today that's restoring a 1927 Dodge one-ton truck and he's in need of the correct distributor. Anyone have a source? Would appreciate any assistance possible. Super thanks.
  24. These items were stolen Monday, April 13, 2009 while we were traveling in California, on our way to the Bakersfield Swap Meet. If you see anything that looks like these items, please contact me at gsteve@hammatt.com or 360-661-6060 or Dave Gottlieb, Solano Co. Dist Attorney Investigator at 707-784-6800. Super thanks. Steve http://www.flickr.com/photos/97934425@N00/sets/72157617230193232/ Steve Hammatt Mount Vernon WA USA
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