Bob McAnlis

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  1. https://forums.aaca.org/topic/326651-1918-packard-3-35-twin-six-touring/?tab=comments#comment-1877961
  2. Ron. You should be able to use a compression tester on each cylinder to see what psi you are achieving. That should give forum input on compression worries and either address them or focus on getting full power to the starter as others have suggested above.
  3. I believe it is a Welch about 1907. This would be 75hp.
  4. Al: I have good luck on selection with Century Spring. You can shop on line. https://www.centuryspring.com/ Thanks Bob McAnlis
  5. Based on the type of core in the radiator, I agree it is a Peerless. as franklinman suggests.
  6. I have been using OO grease in my brass cars transmissions and rear ends. Google OO grease. that is OhOh rather than ZeroZero. It is pourable grease. Very sticky. I have used maybe 20 gallons over the last half dozen years. I have used different brands. All are more greenish hue. Very good stuff.
  7. No. My car was part of Hartline collection from early Fifties until I obtained in late eighties
  8. Yes, the upper picture is 1912 Loco. 7p touring. Attached is a photo of my 1911 Loco 48. The first year for the 48. It has a 4p Torpedo body and was the forerunner of the Sportif. I won the Grand Champion Award at the OlD Car Festival at GFVillage in 2016.
  9. Hi all: i have my 1911 Maxwell EA for sale on the HCCA web site. Please check it out. http://www.hcca.org/classifieds.php?cars#12736 thanks Bob McAnlis Chagrin Falls, OH
  10. Al suggest you drop the carberator level down so the bowl level is below the bottom of the frame if you are planning gravity feed . Also open the inlet to the float bowl to about .115 /.120 diameter. If you will run a fuel pump then this will not matter. But dropping the carb level should also give you more installation space
  11. I’ll amend my input to indicate the wood to which I am referring is packaging wood. Pallets for parts inside the car or not.
  12. Work with a forwarding company or broker that knows how to handle all the necessary forms and paperwork. Vehicle must be dry meaning cooling system, engine oil, transmission and rear greases, and fuel removed any wood used in packaging must be heat treated and stamped as such. or made from processed wood like plywood or chipboard. This is a big/pest control requirement that must be followed. It is is probable that a fumigation is also required for similar reason. None of the the above are difficult to tackle. But the wood issue is one that is very difficult to address once the vehicle and parts are already in transit. Best of luck.
  13. Yes, we have been using products like this for many years. Maybe 10? It is excellent. I just finished a pail and need to get another. Current material is Conoco 1044025, Dynalife L-EP 00. It has all the benefits Ken indicates above. Hard to get into differential , but with big funnel and patience and disposable gloves it all works out. I recommend...