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Brad in Wisconsin

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  1. Thanks all for help. seems top half is a lil more generic than bottom. The hole in crankcase changes . I got parts from Mr Marx and rebuilt what I had which is the type with no access door  to hook up to camshaft bell-crank  to the diaphragm shaft. Fun fun fun

  2. Elementary  Dr Watson I believe you are correct! Side panels for a oil heater or some such appliance. Shoulda known better but there were Ham steam engine lights lying about  and my mind was racing, when I spied them. THANKS

  3. I was on a pick today by a fella with a 32 Chevy coach. We didn't come to terms on it. I did bring home though these side panels. I thought they were for a Chev but my 33 and 30 have way more than 8 louvers and the stiffening recessed panel is less.

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    they measure 36x22 inches They also seem to have boltholes to attach to hood tops

  4. I got this pop-out ignition switch along with a bunch of left over parts from a 32 Chevrolet resto-rod project. I could use a few parts, I believe. one contact, springs etc. I looked in my chev owners/shop  manual, Page's Chev.  book and online books and can't find a display of part numbers and such. anyone repop this stuff and ALSO does this actually used on  a 33 Chev. truck Thinking this might of been used across the GM line which is why I put it here. THANKS

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  5. Recently a picker buddy of mine, listed this as a marine searchlight. I told is was also an automotive brass headlamp and could be more valuable listing as such. He said he didn't want to bother so, I gave him his 10 bucks and took it home to sell. Upon thinking more about it, I decided to mount it on my 1920 Hart Parr tractor. I already have a old nickle plated Prest-o-lite bottle and don't plan on using it just as a period accessory. Does any one have a beat up back or broken reflector or lens for this marine searchlight? Unless someone needs this for a set and has a similer light instead ?

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  6. Hello all, I was by a fella the other day, who made a resto-rod out of a 1932 Chevrolet sedan.  I was there to buy up his left over parts. When he pulled the dash parts out, he snipped the water temp and oil pressure gauge lines , sigh. Does anyone repair these?  the gauges look in nice shape. I have both ends. I did get an original armored ignition switch/cable so it wasn't a total lost...

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    Sorry for my delay in replying. I agree with the coil is usually no good. It's kinda neat looking and It’s hard to throw somethings away sometimes . Kinda like saving burnt fuses on top of electric panel, hoping they will heal themselves or maybe, Jeez I just paid $1.98 for a new coil maybe it will fix it self like a dead battery or a broke fan belt or bald tire or rotten tube or the other trinkets we find in old sheds .....maybe somebody would want it for a shelf pet... thanks for replying
  8. 1st shot is of power coming thru rural Wisconsin . 29 Chevy??? 2nd picture of head on was told a Dodge Bros. and a Jeffery? and 3rd snap is my Gruncle Al WW1 silver-star winner who use to scare me about rats in the trenches of France could someone confirm the cars for me?? Thank you All

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