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  1. Cortes just opened this account a couple weeks ago. I strongly suspect this is a fake account to shill for this scumbag.
  2. Talk to George at Veteran Auto Lamps, he should have the spinnings for that size Rushmore Light. It's a bit early for the tractor, you will want to find a 1910 or earlier Pierce or Stanley to mount that to.
  3. Pressed steel, so probably from a less-expensive, mass produced car. 21 1/2" Overall length. Murphy fasteners still attached. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.
  4. Nickel-plated Brass Rim w/ Parabeam Headlamp Lens. Overall Diameter is 12". From a large, high-end make. I was told this fits a Marmon but that's just a guess. There is a triangular "point" at the top that almost looks like a Masonic symbol. Any ideas?
  5. I don't know if it's even off of a car. Should I feel guilty if i toss it into the scrap bin?
  6. Found mixed in with old car parts... any idea what it is? Maybe part of an "Oil Rectifier" system?
  7. Good price for something that isn't rotten and won't cost a lot to get back on the road. https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ant/pts/d/palmdale-1927-model-ford/7240743912.html (Craigslist)
  8. What year "T" does this fit? The shape of the bracket is correct for 1909-13 but the hole for mounting the forks is smaller than anything I've seen. Did someone simply forget to drill this one out? Any thoughts?
  9. I don't think this is Model A Ford. Anyone recognize this?
  10. Any ideas on this? Early car, tractor, stationary motor?
  11. Can anyone tell me the approximate vintage and application for these impulse parts, please? I'm guessing these are brass-era. Thanks for looking.
  12. The partially restored touring car is, I believe, a 1914, and will be eligible for HCCA tours if it ever gets restored. The roadster is 1924 or earlier. Anyone here need another project? https://inlandempire.craigslist.org/atq/d/riverside-hupp-mobiles/7220791126.html
  13. I read on the internet (so it must be true) that some of the engines Paige used were supplied by Duesenberg as well as Continental. Which one is in this car?
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