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  1. FWD trucks from WW1 are of course 4 wheel drive but only 2 wheel steering, what about the Nash Quad? They are 4 wheel drive and maybe 4 wheel steer.
  2. Sold and delivered, new owner is busy with restoration. Thanks for your interest.
  3. Looking for a 49 tooth straight cut rear end ring gear for early Stutz. Can anyone help out?
  4. Nice original set of shift and band brake levers for Model 18 and I believe Model 30 too.
  5. Email to you does not seem to work! Please contact me directly thanks.
  6. Very good pair of unplated 10" diameter headlamps for 1927 Standard, could be plated and be proper for 1926-7 Custom. $175 Can forward pictures.
  7. I agree that this is probably friction drive but must ask this: don't steamers have some mechanism to reverse to valve timing to get reverse and don't they also advance the timing for fast speed? Wish I had one!
  8. Can anyone help ID these levers, the handbrake is conventional but the shift has me stumped. Not for a regular gear transmission, maybe friction drive? Steam? Note the curved lever at bottom and the gate.
  9. Needed to complete restoration a 1920 or earlier Stutz radiator. Any leads appreciated. THANKS LaydenandJean@aol.com
  10. Looking for an engine, made by Wisconsin and others under contract, "T" head design cast in pairs. Consider similar. LaydenandJean@aol.com
  11. Can anyone ID any of these stoneguards? Great for wall hanging to display badges and emblems. $75 each plus UPS from CA THANKS
  12. Look like 30 x 3 1/2 clincher wheels to me. Same size as a Model T Ford so must be off a small car perhaps Dort, I know they used Frayer brand wire wheels which is what these are, note the unusual notches around the outside of the cap. <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />
  13. Layden

    DV32 starter....

    Delco 725K fits 1933 Graham. Maybe it sat on a bench next to a Stutz starter! <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smirk.gif" alt="" />
  14. Am searching for a pair of Houk #4 wire wheel hubcaps like pictured to finish my set, emblem is not important. Need one left thread and one right. These measure 3 1/2" in outside diameter. THANKS
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