Manuel

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  1. So is 1872 the correct no for 33's? Manuel in Oz
  2. Does it have a number on it? Manuel in Oz
  3. Is that the red Roadster? Manuel in Aus
  4. Nice Tourer Rocky. Is it a TJR "King of the Road" body? Cheers, Manuel in Oz
  5. Such a clear sharp old photo. Manuel in Oz
  6. Manuel

    Woodies

    The truck on the right is a 1932-34 Ford.
  7. My book says brake drums up to 1937 may interchange on some Dodges. Manuel in Oz
  8. Those windowed brake drums started in the very last Model A’s up to about 1935. Manuel in Oz
  9. Those headlights look strange. Too high up and seem to have shallow bodies in those pics. They seem to be sitting on rods or something. Apart from that, it’s a nice looking car. Manuel in Oz
  10. I saw on Facebook someone making new knobs. Manuel in Oz
  11. Hi Scott, Can u send that pic again. All I can see is gobbledigook. What would you be asking for it-them? Manuel in Oz
  12. Hi Would 1933 Dodge horn brackets be the same as 33 Plymouths? Manuel
  13. 3rd pic-- the last car looks like a Chev 4. Manuel in Oz
  14. Hello, Happy to help. I can't help with the air compressor and the hand winch tipper tray. I can possibly decipher the serial / engine numbers if you find them. Ebay is the best source for original manuals. Where are you located in Aus? Manuel in Oz Hi, These truck models were made from 1933 to 35 in different sizes. The engine no is on the block just under the head. The chassis no is probably on the chassis rail under the front guard. TJ Richards made bodies/cabs for them. Hope this helps. Manuel in Oz
  15. Hi, These truck models were made from 1933 to 35 in different sizes. The engine no is on the block just under the head. The chassis no is probably on the chassis rail under the front guard. TJ Richards made bodies/cabs for them. Hope this helps. Manuel in Oz