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  1. I saw him at Hershey this year and he is doing well, indeed. Frank
  2. The nickeled radiator shell points to 1927 or 1928, but yes, it's a REO Flying Clound. Frank
  3. I have a similar set (really, I do) and have had them for over 20 years and was always told the were Buick, but I don't know for sure. I took a photo and put some dimensions on it for your benefit. I must tell you that they are ROUGH. The sockets in some places have split open and they are rusty, but if they are the same as yours, you can always have new sockets made for the cast ends. I hope you can read the numbers. I have both sides, but this is the better side. Frank 518-755-0986
  4. I don't put much energy toward the guy who shows up at the flea market spot with his wife and three kids (two in strollers). They will never buy... Now the lone guy who shows up in the rain with a garbage bag over his head... Now there is the buyer I want. Frank
  5. I'll be at Chocolate North C4Y-34-37 all week, stop by for a hot cup of coffee... Frank
  6. Is that a Johm Deere M?, My friend has two of them and I'll ask him... Frank
  7. Try vintagepowerwagons.com. We recently bought some used 16" wheels to replace the combat wheels on our 40's power wagon with good results. They were extremely helpful. Frank
  8. On the subject of misinformation from experts... Back in the 70's, we were on a short tour up through the Catskill Mountains with some family members and my brother was driving is Morgan +4. As we were leaving the breakfast spot, I overheard a young boy ask his father about the marque Morgan. His father replied that it was a Morgan made by it's parent company MG which stood for Morgan Garages... I l learned something new that day.... Frank
  9. 1939 Chevrolet? I was typing while you were... 1939 Olds it is...
  10. No longer for sale on Ebay????
  11. I wish the photo was larger with more detail. The car in the middle may be a late teens Marmon 34. At first I thought it might be a Studebaker Sheriff, but that had a closed car windshield. Frank
  12. So... I'll send you the $3.50 for the lamp, even though it is used... Can you provide free shipping?😀 Frank
  13. Just a Car Guy says it's Keyser after market: