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  1. My dad probably bought these off some farmer’s porch 50+ years ago. They seem to be high quality but don’t seem to wrap around as much as 1909 vintage seats from a car with no doors. There is also a ring that looks like a robe strap attached. That would mean a car with doors maybe later teens?? I suppose they could be buggy seats but seem too fancy. Seems like really big diamond upholstery too so a bit confusing. Jackson spring cushion company Jackson, Michigan tag on one. Any clues??
  2. My radiator seems to be identical to the 1914 B-55 in this thread: Looks like they smoothed out the radiator shells later.
  3. I've found a couple of poor photos, but no really good front-on picture of a 1915 C-55 6 cylinder Buick. The photos I've seen seem to ave the exact squarish radiator shell surround for the crank hole cover. http://forums.aaca.org/topic/292006-what-is-it-probably-a-1915-buick-model-c-55-six/ Anyone have a nice pic of a 1915 C-55?
  4. I've kept this for years thinking someone might need the top and bottom tanks for a re-core. Anybody know what it might fit? The shell originally came up around the huge crank hole from the bottom, so that seems to be an identifying feature. Thx
  5. People here seem to be able to identify quicker than I can get it posted.... Any help is appreciated.
  6. The guy on the left is my uncle and he owned it until he spilled it on a gravel road. What year Harley is it???
  7. Here are a couple of family photos. People here in the forum seem to be lightning quick in identifying cars, so let me know what you think. What makes and year? The second pic = car looks like a Buick style radiator, but hubcaps don't look like Model 10. The bike is a Harley twin. I'll post some better pics of that to get a year for that too.
  8. Thanks much to all for your help. It gives me what I needed!
  9. I cropped the cars out of a family photo of mine. The back car looks like a 13 or 14 Model T I think. What is the front car?? I think that the photo was taken 1918-1920 timeframe. Thanks in advance for the collective expertise that exists here!!
  10. Quite a number of these are being sold individually on EBAY for anyone interested. Search on seller name dommino. Get them before the ad clippers.... Thx
  11. The 1907-9 KisselKars did not have the curved front fenders like the one in the pic. I have sales brochures for each of these years and fenders do not wrap down at the front . This looks like a 1910. Attached is a picture of an earlier KisselKar postcard that I have.
  12. Any Remy experts out there. I'm trying to sort out the differences in the Model L and Model S Remy magnetos of the 1910 vintage. They seem very similar- I think Buick, Overland and several other cars used these. My 1910 Fuller uses a Model T, which is a 2 row magnet version of the L and S Any info appreciated.
  13. Are you sure that they didnt say 50 thousands of an inch. It looks like you have a lot more than 5 thousands opening. There isnt any appreciable flow through the cam bearings, all you want to do is build oil film on the journals. My 2cents would be to not worry about it.
  14. This looks like a Bosch ZR or ZU magneto. If you flip open the oil cover on the top, you should be able to see the marked gear as it passes. I can send you timing instructions if you provide the exact model of your magneto.
  15. A good way to clean spark plugs is to boil them in vinegar on your kitchen stove. Try replacing the condenser with a modern one. Dont use an old one, get a new one that will fit from your local parts store.