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Bill Boudway

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  1. Interesting reason. I owned a 1951 Chevrolet in the early 1960s that had steel tanks on the radiator. Steel instead of brass because of short supplies of brass during the Korean war. Many corrosion leaks that Barrs Leak couldn't fix. Even after four jars. Finally replaced the radiator for the grand sum of $35.00.
  2. Issued in Maine in 1948. There was a garage shingled with them back in the day. I'm sure gone now.
  3. Is there a listing of the judging milestone awards handed out at the Hershey breakfast? Looking for the name of a fellow GVACS Region member. Thanks, Bill B.
  4. Hi, I checked the info that went out with the flea market registration and found the rule on generators " No running between 11:00PM until 6:00AM." I don't find any repeat of this rule in the info that came with my windshield sticker. I'm scheduled for my eye exam soon, so that might be the problem.
  5. I checked the info and find no mention of a curfew for genereators in the flea market. The concern here in for CO poisoning while sleeping.
  6. Thanks, Tom. Thanks for the photos. I'll place my bet on the '17 Locomobile. Looks like the winner. I remember judging it at the Parsippiny national not too long ago.
  7. Who is the winner? Is there a photo of the trophy?
  8. Hi Folks, What you are calling "anti-sway bars" are what I call "load leveling bars" A pair on a hitch set-up. Here's a photo of an anti-sway unit that I use. Bought at Hbr Fright. Works well with our rig. We have a tall 26'trailer and tow with a 2012 Ford 350 passenger van. Class IV hitch.
  9. My 1956 Porsche Speedster. Summer of 1963. Purchased for $650.00 All there with the Speedster seats.Engine in boxes No soft top, but with a hardtop. Sold the fall of 1963 to pay for tuition.
  10. If for sale, suggest contact auction houses for their help in determining a fair reserve pricing. If for insurance or estate valuation, then contact a certified appraiser of International Vehicle Appraisers Network. www.I-van.org Good experience with a local representative with help on NY State DMV documentation "project"
  11. Live, black widow spider under the running board when the Packard Twin Six arrived from Texas.
  12. Hi, I just checked the list of states that exceed the 5% positive tested infection rate for Covid. Looks like we might have a long wait to find a reasonably safe place to re-schedule the Annual Meeting.
  13. Hi, I like my Hercules Model C rim jack along with Dave's hand tools for the split rims on our '26 Chrysler.
  14. Quick question: Has the 2021 Annual Meeting been re-scheduled to February 2022? Heard that through the grapevine.
  15. Hi, Don't know about the single six models, but our Twin Six has a casting date of 3/20/19 cast in the base.
  16. I believe it's for "First Series Single Six". Model # 116. Our friends here had a single six, Ser # U-11971. They called it a 1922. I have a "Standard Service Manual" For the 116-526 series.
  17. Does a pasture find count?
  18. Thanks Mark, Looking forward to this year's Annual Meeting. We believe a friend will get an award, so we'll wait for his phone call.
  19. Thanks, Peter. I'll check with HQ. Good to see your message. Hope that all is well with you. Bill B.
  20. Hi, Me again? Is there a list of all the AACA National Awards with the description of what they represent? Thanks, Bill B.
  21. Does anyone recognize the folks in our '26 Chrysler? Main St. ,Canandaigua, NY 11/27/2020
  22. Looks like BSF, or perhaps Whitworth. Might be Packard from about 1920. Good, safe and happy Thanksgiving to all wrenchers on DF
  23. Hi, Here's a tool that I inherited. Marked "Cole Tool MFG, Chicago Heights, ILL". Have only one clue as to what it's supposed to do. It looks like something I might use to take out the screws that hold the field windings in a starter or generator. Have it for over 30 rears and never used it yet. Any other guesses?
  24. Hi Kean, I have parts of a 3rd Series transmission. E-mail me if you have interest. gnbboudway@msn.com
  25. For Sale: Running gear for 1937 Packard 120 Sedan Engine is apart. Located Potsdam, NY Contact Gordon "John" Perry. (315) 244-1347 after 2:00PM
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