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Steve Hammatt

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  1. Dave There's a lot of McLaughlin knowledge on the BrassBuicks email list. Maybe that can be a good resource for you.
  2. What cars used this National Magneto, it's a high tension, 4 cylinder Model K4.
  3. You may want to go to RacingHistory which is a group of over 700 early American open-wheel racing historians, authors and researchers. The group's area of interest is 1900 to 1970.
  4. The first initial reproduction cover made from new, limited run tooling, built of the same steel gauge as the original, the bracket is identical, fabrication welding and rivets are identical and the interior doublers are the same. There were a number of Early Cadillac Group members that have already indicated a desire to have one or more of these pieces. As soon as I have the indication of how many pieces will be ordered, we can start on the remaining pieces. The initial tooling, etc. came to a set up cost, exclusive of the cover itself, of $150.00. Individual covers will be at a cost of approx. $250.00 each PLUS the proportional share of the $150.00. In other words, if the production run is 10 units, then the cost to each buyer will be approx. $250.00 plus $15.00 (set up costs) plus additional USPS charges for shipping and insurance. All prices are US$. I'll be taking $100 deposits soon, but all I'm asking for now is a firm commitment. Nobody is getting a free ride on this, all costs will be shared equally If you?re a member of the Early Cadillac Group (a Yahoo based email group of 120 members) then you can see the photos here: Cadillac Air Compressor Cover Project or go to the website , click on Join This Group and you?ll be a part of exciting things happening with our 1 and 4 cylinder copper cylinder Cadillacs. You can contact me directly for further questions, etc. I expect your order can be delivered in less than 60 days. Tell your friends and let's get the production run numbers up! Super thanks. Steve Hammatt Mount Vernon WA USA gsteve@hammatt.com
  5. Early Cadillac Group Gathering 1 August 27, 2005 Bellingham, WA USA The Early Cadillac Group, an Internet based group of pre-1915 Cadillac owners and enthusiasts from around the world, will sponsor a one-day Gathering in Bellingham, Washington. This Internet based email group meets daily on the Internet to discuss all aspects of Cadillacs built between 1903 and 1914. All of these early Cadillac cars were fitted with one or four cylinder engines and their very recognizable, copper water-jacketed cylinders. All horseless carriage era One and Four Cylinder Cadillac owners or enthusiasts are invited to attend. Everyone is encouraged to bring their early Cadillac, running or not. There will be lots of discussions, show and tell, questions and answers, photo taking and showing, maybe a little touring and of course, there?s going to be food! If you?d like to participate in this initial ECG Gathering, you may contact Peter Findlay pfindlay@duetsoftware.ca in British Columbia at 604-436-4547 or Steve Hammatt gsteve@hammatt.com in Washington State at 360-661-6060 for further details.
  6. Here's great news! If you're anywhere around the Pacific NW or Western Canada, you need to spend the day in Bellingham, WA on Saturday, August 27th. Email us and we'll electronically send a complete flyer. This is for 1903-1914 Cadillac owners and fans only. No cost; further information can be found at the Early Cadillac Group Hope to see you there! gsteve@hammatt.com pfindlay@duetsoftware.ca ECG Gathering 1
  7. Early Cadillac Group Gathering 1 August 27, 2005 Bellingham, WA USA The Early Cadillac Group, an Internet based group of pre-1915 Cadillac owners and enthusiasts from around the world, will sponsor a one-day Gathering in Bellingham, Washington. This Internet based email group meets daily on the Internet to discuss all aspects of Cadillacs built between 1903 and 1914. All of these early Cadillac cars were fitted with one or four cylinder engines and their very recognizable, copper water-jacketed cylinders. All horseless carriage era One and Four Cylinder Cadillac owners or enthusiasts are invited to attend. Everyone is encouraged to bring their early Cadillac, running or not. There will be lots of discussions, show and tell, questions and answers, photo taking and showing, maybe a little touring and of course, there?s going to be food! If you?d like to participate in this initial ECG Gathering, you may contact Peter Findlay pfindlay@duetsoftware.ca in British Columbia at 604-436-4547 or Steve Hammatt gsteve@hammatt.com in Washington State at 360-661-6060 for further details.
  8. Tom You may want to also let the group at BrassBuicks know about your needs. There's over 260 members, all interested in pre 1916 Buicks. Good Luck in your search.
  9. You may want to post this with the Early Cadillac Group . There's over 60 members on the email list, all interested in the one and four cylinder Cadillacs. Good Luck.
  10. [color:"blue"] Anyone interested in 1912 Cadillacs (or any one or 4 cylinder Cadillacs...pre 1915) should check in with the Early Cadillac Group at ECG and join in with 65 other early Cadillac fans. Steve Hammatt [color:"blue"]
  11. Hi Any repsonse to your request? Let me know what you've done. I'm also looking for a set of replacement silentchain timing chains. Also, check out Early Cadillac Group Steve
  12. Check out the two YahooGroups that are specifically for pre-1916 Buicks and Cadillacs. BrassBuicks and Eearly Cadillac Group Both have For Sale/Wanted/Swap features. Steve Hammatt
  13. Check with John Reilly (HCCA Member) in British Columbia, CANADA or check out Early Cadillac Group Steve
  14. Russell For old 1 and 4 cylinder support, check out YahooGroup's new Early Cadillac Group. Group nameis EarlyCadillac or subscribe by sending a blank email to EarlyCadillac@yahoogroups.com SteveHammatt
  15. If you're interested in early Buicks, check out http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/BrassBuicks/ You'll find over 220 early Buick owners and enthusiasts. Steve
  16. The place for a lot of early Buick action is BrassBuicks. It's an email list of over 200 members interested in pre-1916 Buicks. http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/BrassBuicks/ Steve
  17. Just wanted to remind all early Buick fans to check out BrassBuicks
  18. Contact me directly and I may be of a little assistance. I have a couple of early Delco units........ Steve Hammatt gsteve@hammatt.com
  19. I have a friend that has a couple of Stuze from the late '20s that he wants to sell. I believe he may also have some parts. One car was a project to make into a late model bearcat (special wheels, etc.). The cars are in storage near Seattle, WA. Call the owner for details. Call Jack Conner at (206) 363-8694
  20. Speaking of Hupmobiles, a friend of mine has two 1914 Hupps for sale. One is missing a body, the other is a touring body that is apart, but totally complete with all literature, original CT (or PA?) license plate, no damaging rust and a complete packet of photos taken of each part as it was taken apart and they were labeled. Very reasonable pricing, contact seller if you're interested. I haven't seen either car nor are there any photos to send....... ......sorry. Cars are near Seattle, WA inside storage. Seller: Jack Conner (206) 363-8694 Steve Hammatt
  21. If you?re interested in Brass-era Buicks, check out this site at BrassBuicks Hope you?ll join in with over 150 pre-?16 enthusiasts discussing all aspects of early Buick engines, trucks and cars. Steve Hammatt List Moderator
  22. If you?re interested in Brass-era Buicks, check out this site at BrassBuicks Hope you?ll join in with over 150 pre-?16 enthusiasts discussing all aspects of early Buick engines, trucks and cars. Steve Hammatt List Moderator
  23. Layden;<BR>Thanks for the reply, but it was my mistake for not mentioning that a prior owner had rewound the unit as a single stage therefore we have nothing to go on as to what is the correct wire size(s) and number of turns. Also, looking for possible purchase of same unit in working condition.<BR>STEVE
  24. The C-1 generator that came with (but not installed on) my 1914 Overland 79T is in need of complete rebuilding, including re-winding of the the two field and two armature windings. It is a compound wound design (i.e. it has two field windings, one of fine wire, called the shunt winding because it is in shunt with or connected across the positive and negative brushes of the dynamo. The other or heavier winding is called the series winding because it is in series with the lamp circuit.<P>Our problem is that we need the specifications for wire size and number of turns for both pair of windings. <P>Can anyone be of any assistance?<BR>Thanks.
  25. A friend of mine has the following cars/parts for immediate sale.<BR>Can you pass the word?<P>1914 Hupmobile Touring, complete but apart. With picture album <BR>and 1914 porcelain license plate. Very restorable condition $4,500<P>1914 Hupmobile Roadster, complete chassis, but missing back <BR>of body. $1,000<P>1914 Hupmobile, misc. parts<P>1928 Hupmobile 3-window rumble seat coupe. Straight-8 engine. <BR>Some chassis work done. $2,500<P>1927 Stutz chassis with some body parts and knock-off wheels and hydraulic brake set. $10,000<P>1931 Stutz Towncar partially restored, 144" wheelbase. $15,000<P>Contact Jack Conner (206) 363-8694 Seattle, WA
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