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  1. If anyone reading this needs a four speed I have both styles with bell housings. Last winter I removed a Columbia Dual Range rear axle assembly from a 1932 Airman. I was told by the previous owner of 40 years that was put in the car way "Back in the day". At any rate , today the 32 has its proper axle assembly reinstalled.
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    19" LOCK RINGS

    Sure are these going on a Franklin? Ill email you later pictures and price . Mike
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    19" LOCK RINGS

    Stian, I have a several 19 inch lock rings surplus to my needs. Do you want paint or chrome quality? Mike 585 738 1541
  4. I agree , its a touring car. Call it what Henry called it.
  5. I need a trunk lid/ rumble seat lid fo a 1931 .I believe they are all the same. I want a original not a repop. Mike
  6. Tom is the starter switch the style you pull up on the horn button? I restored a 1932 Master 8 and had a master 8 parts car I sold locally .The body was made into a street rod ,but it had its original steering gear in place when I sold it. I will check and see if the steering column has the switch.
  7. Hi Layden , So you have 2 of the 37x4.5 smoothies?? (No tread round head) Mike
  8. These are good 8 cyl drop center rims . Ill box up and ship. You pay $50.00 for the pair plus shipping Mike West 585 738 1541
  9. This is a apron lite in good condition Its a Franklin piece not a Packard that is similar. Price $150.00 shipping included. Mike West 585 738 1541
  10. Excellent all original Treslite with original glass panels . It has the correct piece that backs up the fender and the chrome loom that goes over the wires. I have more pictures if interested. Mike West 585 738 1541 $1000.00 includes shipping . I have a building full of Franklin parts 1929-1934. Nothing earlier except a full set of series 10 or 11 doors with handles . Excellent condition doors with glass - cheap....
  11. I drive old cars in the crap because I figure the car will outlast me so what is the difference? Granted they aren't show cars.
  12. Matt Im curious what is a comfortable road speed for your CD8? Will it run 65 without to much labor? I always wanted one.
  13. A ggod argument to accept the CD-8 as a Classic Car of America is a Auburn 8 that is a classic. Auburns are great cars but I dont think on the level of the Chrysler in quality. If Chrysler had made a boatail speedster , they would of been on the CCCA list. (Just my opinion)
  14. All looks gd! Ive been in Florida 5 weeks so tonight was the shocker getting back to NY.
  15. Al, It doesn't look like its large enough capacity for your engine. That came off a Whippet or some other baby car.
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    Stutz 1906 Gauge

    I would ask $300.00 for it and you will never have to worry you asked to little!
  17. Wouldn't that be a treat if you owned the car...
  18. When I was a kid , I was always looking over the Hemmings Motor news and Old cars weekly swap sheets ect ect. for rare and affordable cars. I remember telling my dad "Its a RARE CAR" he alsmost always would respond "So are DODO BIRDS, But who cares" Ive had a few really rare cars . One was the only one known.. It was a 1913 Walh touring. It had a Rochester NY made Hazard motor and the car was built in Detroit. Yes it was rare but not very valuable.
  19. Johnny - Are you looking for post or pre 1916?
  20. Here is a dead original 1929 Ford I am going to sell in the spring. Its original Brewster Green paint, original interior and all lights , wiper, even popout switch with Hurd keys. The last plate was 1952 in NY.
  21. Is it a 60 hp or 85?? Either way Great looking car . Always loved the 37 style.
  22. My survivor car is a 1929 Franklin. Ive done plenty to it mechanically but just polished and maintained the outside. I have the remains of the Duco paint from 1958 Tacoma Cream.
  23. SOLD to my friend in Winchester! Now if I can get him to upholster my roadster.