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  1. I believe the end plate is a Delco, and it has a movable third brush.
  2. I was told these were from a 1926 Chrysler. There's an oil tank, a clutch fork, a generator back plate, a thermostat, and some sort of bracket. Anyone recognize any of these things?
  3. I was told these were from a 1926 Chrysler. There's an oil tank, a clutch fork, a generator back plate, a thermostat, and some sort of bracket. Anyone recognize any of these things?
  4. The straight rails suggest pre-1915 so there should be some interest in these parts.
  5. The second one from the front is a 1926-1927 Chevrolet.
  6. Cast iron mount of some sort, the holes are tapped for 3/8 x 16. Anyone recognize this? Automotive, Tractor, Hit & Miss, or just a piece of junk from Harbor Freight? Is it worth saving? Thanks for looking
  7. Looks like a "Made in Canada" Ford, since it has a driver's side door.
  8. Corcoran Twolite headlight bucket, probably ca. 1928-1930 no reflector rim or lens, made of Brass. 10" OD, approximately. The bucket is reasonably straight and should clean up nicely. It's yours if you're willing to pay for shipping, as I have no use for it. Thanks for looking.
  9. This started off as something completely different. Frames from two entirely different vehicles have been spliced together to make some sort of farm truck. The engine appears to be an F-Head six; you don't see those every day. The back half looks a bit like a Smiths Form-A-Truck attachment. Any thoughts?
  10. I also have a picture of the rear axle if that helps narrow it down.
  11. What year are these? The one on the top, I think, is earlier. The frame in the middle is similar to the the frame on the bottom, but it's turned upside down. No front brakes on the rolling chassis, so I'm guessing pre-1925. The big question is, are they worth saving? Thanks
  12. Any ideas on what these are for? They look suspiciously like Model T Ford spark plug bases, but with a screen swaged onto one end and no electrode. Maybe for use with explosion whistles? And more importantly should I save them or are they just scrap metal? Thanks for looking!
  13. "Mfd. by Geo W Borg Corp Chicago USA" Any thoughts?
  14. No doubt this Poor Unfortunate (abbreviated P-U) is complaining to anyone within earshot how unfair life is and what a bunch of %#$@'s his bosses are.