Bob McAnlis

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  1. I believe the third photo of the speedster is a Chalmers. 1911/12.
  2. No, that is an acquired photo, but all I would need to recreate would be a pair of suspenders and the right tree...
  3. Beautiful car. Good luck with the windshield springs. If you would, Please share a photo of the engine. I am sure all will find it amazing thanks bob
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    My first inclination is 1911 Speedwell. There is an advert on eBay showing this same rear fender Paint scheme called my attention to Speedwell at first glance.
  5. https://forums.aaca.org/topic/326651-1918-packard-3-35-twin-six-touring/?tab=comments#comment-1877961
  6. 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.
  7. I believe it is a Welch about 1907. This would be 75hp.
  8. Al: I have good luck on selection with Century Spring. You can shop on line. https://www.centuryspring.com/ Thanks Bob McAnlis
  9. Based on the type of core in the radiator, I agree it is a Peerless. as franklinman suggests.
  10. 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.
  11. No. My car was part of Hartline collection from early Fifties until I obtained in late eighties