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    Hupmobile Model 32 Dimensions

    Phil, I have sent you an email message giving measurememnts. Joe
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    Gas tank removal model 32

    Unfortunately, due to storage situation, good images will not be available for quite some time. I will strive to remember to get it done.
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    Gas tank removal model 32

    All, my tech advisor recommended leaving the mag alone as getting it back in phase might be a bit difficult. He let me know that the steering column does need to come out . Then the cowl body section has four bolts and with other linkage disassembly , it could be removed and the tank removed. I chose to clean in place.
  4. I need two door latch pulls that are on top of touring doors to pull rhe latch to open the door. Might also consider someone to do aluminum casting from a good front one.
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    Gas tank removal model 32

    I have decided to remove the under the cowl gas tank in a model 32 for cleaning. I have the center control rods out, the strap fasteners both on inside of dash and fire wall. Looks like mag and steering column need removed. Any hints on how to not make extra work for my self, as I procede.
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    Hershey Maxwell meeting

    The Maxwell meeting will be the Thursday of the Hershey Fall meet event in Red Field in HCCA tent at 1:00 pm
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    multiple disc clutch

    I am needing a clutch for a 1910 Maxwell. While not likely to be it, it might convert to be one. What are you asking for it?
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    Tires - Brass era

    I used thick round extension cord sectioned instead of rope and put in the groove to mount and then ran with no issues. Another car upon inspection, I found that the rings were reversible and simply mounted them to the flat side. Remember that straightwall tires have a reinforcement in the inner portion, so they will not deform so much when the air pressure is applied.
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    The top one looks like an after cooler core that has broken out the side, possibly due to freezing. Maybe the others are also from an aftercooler, just not the type I was use to seeing.
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    Radiator Woes

    I have used Bill's Antique Radiator Restorations in Chillicothe, IL. His primary business is making full restoration and recreations of brass era radiators, but they also do newer radiators. I have had Dan ( the son, as Bill has passed) do complete rebuild of cell type radiator. I also had a square tube core that had plugged up tight, after I foolishly used stop leak on it. His initial price was too much for a car I needed to be excellent serviceable condition, but was going to tour and not show. So he gave me several options for a non authentic radiator that gave me good service, but cost much less. I did not choose it, but one option was to make a slice of the original about a half inch thick and build it into a dummy front to make the new core appear as the old.
  11. My daughter’s car for sale on EBay https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F302562638390
  12. My daughters 47 Plymouth convertible on E bay https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F302562638390
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    Drawing of distributor

    I once got a large lot of old ignition parts and included were many distributor gears strung together on a wire. They are long gone. You might try someone selling ignition parts.
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    1910 Maxwell 4cyl lubrication.

    I have a 1909 book that has some info. PM me
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    1911 Model EA engine info needed

    I have had association with an 1910 E and my son has my old 1910 G and a disassembled 30 HP chassis with engine. All are similar with some differences. If going to Hershey come talk Maxwell at Choclate field spaces C2E 39-42. Or see you Thirsday at HCCA tent in red field at 1:00 for Maxwell meeting.