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Steve Hammatt

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  1. A friend of mine has the following Oldsmobile for immediate sale. 1963 Olds Jetfire Turbo Sport Coupe. $10,000. Contact: Jack Conner (206) 363-8694 Seattle.<BR>Thanks.
  2. A friend of mine has the following two vehicles for immediate sale. They are located in the Seattle, WA area.<BR>1927 Stutz chassis with some body parts and knock-off wheels and hydraulic brake set. $10,000. 1931 Stutz Towncar partially restored, 144" wheelbase. $15,000. Contact: Jack Conner (206) 363-8694 Seattle WA.<BR>Thanks.
  3. Recently purchased a 1914 35hp touring car. All of a sudden, decisions need to be made: <BR>What type of oil is recommended?<BR>How often should it be changed?<BR>What type of grease is recommended?<BR>What type of anti-freeze is recommended?<BR>Super thanks.
  4. Gil<BR>Sorry, don't have the items you're looking for, but check with the members of BrassBuicks at <A HREF="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BrassBuicks/" TARGET=_blank>http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BrassBuicks/</A> <BR>Someone may be able to help.<BR>Steve Hammatt
  5. I've used Gary Mclean in Central California. He's created 20" wire rims from old wooden spoked steel rim wheels for my Buick Speedster project. Nice guy! Check out <A HREF="http://www.rallyamerica.com/" TARGET=_blank>http://www.rallyamerica.com/</A> <P>Steve
  6. If you’re interested in early Buicks, you may know about a valuable book written by Professor Francois Therou called “Buick - The Golden Years”. Originally published some 30 years ago with a very small print run, members of the BrassBuicks email list are having an additional run of the book reprinted. This is a one-time event and time is of the utmost! If you’d like to learn more about how you can get a copy, go to <A HREF="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BrassBuicks" TARGET=_blank>http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BrassBuicks</A> and join in the discussion. We need to have your purchase commitment by the first week of September. If you have any questions, contact the list moderator Steve Hammatt at shammatt@sos.net<BR> shammatt@sos.net <A HREF="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BrassBuicks" TARGET=_blank>BrassBuicks Web Page</A>
  7. Tierod: I don't have an answer for you, but you may want to check out the BrassBuicks list at: http://www.BrassBuicks.org One or more of the 260+ members of this list may be of some assistance....Steve
  8. Robert<BR>You email has been the topic of some discussion on the BrassBuicks email list <A HREF="http://www.egroups.com/group/brassbuicks/" TARGET=_blank>www.egroups.com/group/brassbuicks/</A> <P>I believe that one of the members may be contacting you directly.<BR>shammatt@sos.net
  9. If you have an interest in the Brass Era Buicks, then we invite you to join us at <A HREF="http://www.egroups.com/group/brassbuicks" TARGET=_blank>www.egroups.com/group/brassbuicks</A> <BR>This is the web page for joining the 50 members of the BrassBuicks mailing list. Easy to join and you can't beat the cost (free!).<BR>Steve Hammatt<BR>shammatt@sos.net<BR>
  10. Frank<BR>Thanks for the checking. I had no idea what it came from. I bought it to go into my speedster (1915 Buick) that was missing a mid-mount transmission. Subsequently I just purchased a 1914 Buick parts car that has everything, including a transmission, that I need. Do you know anyone that might want the transmission? Can you estimate the year and/or model Star/Durant it fits?<BR>Super Thanks!<BR>Steve<BR>
  11. <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Frank W:<BR><B>Looks very similar to the one in my 1929 Durant Model 60 the mounting bracket looks identical. Got some dimensions ?</B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>Frank: I've taken some dimensions:<BR>The steel mounting bracket has an overall width of 11-13/16", with the two vertical mounting holes 10-3/4" center to center. The two holes for the horiz. transmission bolts are 4-3/4" center to center.<BR>The entire unit, from top of pivot point for shifter to bottom of drain plug is approx. 14-1/2" tall.<BR>Steve<BR>
  12. <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Mark G:<BR><B>any markings on the castings or name plate. It might be a aux. tranny for a Model A Ford. But I need more to gog on.</B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><BR>Mark, there is no name plate, but there are some casting markings. On the left side of the main casting are the following: <BR>"W17651" plus some sort of un-readable foundry mark. Steve<P>
  13. Looking for a copy of the book, Buick The Golden Years. If you're into the EARLY Buicks, check out BrassBuicks mailing list at <A HREF="http://www.egroups.com/group/BrassBuicks" TARGET=_blank>http://www.egroups.com/group/BrassBuicks</A> <P>Steve Hammatt<BR>Mount Vernon, WA USA
  14. If you're interested in early Buick cars, engines or trucks, check out the BrassBuicks mailing list at <A HREF="http://www.egroups.com/group/BrassBuicks" TARGET=_blank>http://www.egroups.com/group/BrassBuicks</A> <BR>If you have any questions, contact me at <BR>shammatt@sos.net<BR>Thanks.<BR>Steve<BR>
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    There's a very nice Crosley Club web page. Don't have an address for it right now, but you should be able to do a quick search on Crosley Car and find it. <BR>They have quite an annual national show.<BR>Good Luck<BR>Steve<BR>(BTW, is it one of the COBRA engines? as in <BR>COpper BRAzed?)<BR>
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