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  1. they used these in 1913 on Pope Hartford & Reo and some other cars. I have the "Starter" but need the starter "motor" and the dynamo. contact durocar@aol.com
  2. they used these in 1913 on Reo & Pope Hartford and some other cars. I have the "Starter" but need the starter motor and the dynamo. contact durocar@aol.com
  3. hi Al, heres one that may work. Mike https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Model-T-Top-Iron-Holder-Holster-Not-seized/264485549031?
  4. thanks hddennis, not quite what I need to match the one I have
  5. the one on HCCA is a friend of mine and lives 4 miles away. I know the car....nice car for a reasonable price, you should contact him, go to his ad on HCCA for pictures and contact info.
  6. Back then Paul let you know you were buying a reproduction and didnt claim many of his to be "the real thing". I was talking about buying a 13 bearcat from him back in the day and he was upfront about the car. That being said that was some time ago and in todays collector market and new people coming into the hobby and many of us "older" HCCA members, 65 years for me in the club, will no longer be around to say what ones are fake. In time they will all be "real" at million dollar prices. That goes for all the other great pre 1915 quality name and rare high dollar cars that will be real in a decade or two.
  7. the brass plaque on the back of the tank says its made by willys overland mfg. co.
  8. Click the arrow on upper right corner of picture to view the parts.
  9. here's a recent picture of my 1928 Lincoln tow truck that was converted back in the day taking off the back portion of the limo body and retaining the front of the body. Its a great runner.
  10. Thanks for bringing up the Bearcat posts again. Yes there are more 1912-1915 Bearcats now a days then Stutz ever made back then. Thats also true with the early Mercer raceabouts. Paul Freehill was a renowned and respected Stutz restorer for many decades but he made many repro Bearcat frames, running gear, bodies and everything else and flooded the hobby with phony Bearcats. Buyer beware of these that are now sold as "originals" !
  11. reposted above on my ad with new photo of the black holder that is the style of what I need. thanks
  12. The picture above is the shape I need with (4 half circles on on side) its approx 9 1/2 inchs tall .I have bought the one pictured above from him ,but he has only 1. Still need 1 more or a matched pair. thanks
  13. hi Howard, I need the early ones that have 4 half circles on one side. not the later year holders. thanks
  14. thanks Jason, I will keep my fingers crossed that you have 1 of each. I emailed you also.
  15. looking for the starter motor " I have the starter" and also need the dynamo both made by Grey & Davis. these were used in REO'S around 1913 . contact durocar@aol.com
  16. wanted ....heres a photo of what style I need, its approx 9 1/2 inchs tall. These "stacked four top bow" holders have "4 half circles on 1 side" with a hinged bottom to fold out and a latch on top. NOTE: I have the black one in my photo and its approx 9 1/2 inchs tall and NEED 1 MORE like it or will buy a PAIR contact durocar@aol.com
  17. Wanted, NOTE, SEE THE PICTURE on "Oregon desert model 45 post" BELOW as BOUGHT IT BUT NEED 1 MORE or a PAIR. Its approx 9 1/2 inchs tall. These early "stacked 4 top bow" holders had a hinged bottom to fold out and a latch on top and have (4 half circles on one side). contact durocar@aol.com
  18. wanted, both are made by Gray and Davis. fits 1913 & other years Reo and other make cars. I will buy 1 or both. contact durocar@aol.com
  19. go to postings on AACA "parts for sale" dated 11- 19 - 2019 for full descriptions and many pictures. contact durocar@aol.com
  20. These all brass lamps were used in European countries on early circa 1913 race cars as a single lamp mounted in the center in front of the radiator. Torino lamps were made in Italy. Good condition overall, measurements are written on the glass lens in one of the pictures. will consider reasonable offer. Contact durocar@aol.com
  21. Nice original condition metal door with hinges and handle. 23 inches high, 18 3/4 inches wide, 10 3/8 ID between hinges. If you don't want to buy it let me know what it's off of. Asking $225 OBO Contact durocar@aol.com
  22. All look to be in pretty good condition. #1 Ball & Ball brass 1 3/4" at manifold. #2 Stromberg glass bowl 1 3/8" at manifold #8N04. #3 Schebler model S marine 1 1/2" at manifold. #4 Tillotson, no number, 1 3/8" at manifold. #5 Rayfield ST3, 1 7/8" at manifold. reasonable offers considered on any of them