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  1. I would be interested in the airplane book if it isn't spoken for. Mike WEst
  2. These are newly cast aluminum taillight stands for 1929 Franklin models 135 and 137 only. They were copied from a original arm that was on a 1929 137 Sport touring car I bought from S. America. (It was right hand drive.... You need to drill for the wires and polish it up before paint. $135.00 Plus shipping It will fit in a USPS Bulk rate Priority Mail box. Mike West 585 738 1541
  3. Hi Art, I cant help with the cap. Mike
  4. Has a lot of similarities to the 1902 Crest. Neat piece. This is my dad when he was 14 in my grandfathers car.
  5. In my opinion its a inboard Marine engine.
  6. What is the PRICE ? How much? Thank you, Mike
  7. Thanks everyone for your suggestions. I think one of these suggestions will work out. Mike
  8. Hi Craig, I think you nailed it! Wow - a great deal of information! Thank you! Mike
  9. I don't see how a single wire jumped from one plug to another effectively fired 2 plus at once. Maybe it didn't... Maybe it only fired one plug that had the least resistance??Ane the second plug was insurance??? in case one fouled? Mike
  10. Im selling a Mallory 6 cyl magneto that has 2 sets of points . This allows the operator to start the motor on Battery and then switch to Magneto. The cap has 6 plug wire connections. .Its a nice clean unit and has spark. It has a aluminum case . Ill post a picture soon . If anyone is interested ask questions . Mike 585 738 1541
  11. Chris, If that nice little Grant was in my shop I would unrivet that transaxle and replace the center section with a more common differential. Im thing Overland?? You would end up with a period repair and nobody would be to the wiser or care. It would be a more economical repair as well. Just my opinion...
  12. Have a building full of parts for sale or trade. Email me your needs. Good prices and friendly service. Call Mike 585 738 1541 mawest729@gmail.com Thank you.
  13. Hi Peter , I see the drawings on AACA . Thank you These are great! My email is mawest729@gmail.com Do you have some parts as well? Mike West 585 738 1541
  14. Selling very nice Gray and Davis brass/ nickel plated headlights. These lights are in very good unrestored condition , no age cracks or dents. The lights measure 12 inches across the rims and 10.5 inches of glass. The reflectors are in wonderful condition! They will need to be polished only . The hinges and clasps are all complete and in very good condition. There are no lenses... Use what you like. Immediate shipping or free delivery to Hershey! Priced fairly at $500.00 (the nickel plating that is NOT needed would cost this) . Mike West 100 West ave . Livonia NY 14487 585 738 1541
  15. Help I need a few pieces for a Delco distributor 5265. These were used on 1924-26 "33" series and 1927-28 "36 series"/ If anyone has a some parts from a spare distributor I need the dist. shaft gear and the round bearing plate that goes on the end. Thank you Mike West Livonia NY 585 738 1541
  16. If anyone wants it I'll take $50.00 plus the shipping. Thank you, Mike
  17. This is a decent pan with some scruffs on the bottom. Just from a old garage. $50.00 plus shipping Mike West mawest729@gmail.com
  18. Excellent!!! Thank you. Much appreciated. Mike
  19. Cleaning out my garage and found the front pulley was from a parts motor. In good condition. $35.00 plus shipping . Mike 585 738 1541
  20. About 10 Loading... Rate this topic 1 2 3 4 5 <button type="submit">Submit</button> Reply to this topic Start new topic Moderation Actions Delete Recommended Posts mikewest 141 mikewest 141 Senior Member Members 141 1,520 posts Report post x #1 Posted just now Found this early style Model T column with brass quadrant in my garage . I don't need it. It should be worth $75.00 plus shipping. Mike West 585 738 1541
  21. Found this early style Model T column with brass quadrant in my garage . I don't need it. It should be worth $75.00 plus shipping. Mike West 585 738 1541
  22. Im selling these bumper guards (pushers some people call them) that Ive collected from cars Ive owned and sold. The narrow ones came from a 1932 sedan and the wider ones were from a 1933 or the 1934 in the Northeast Classic Car Museum I sold. They all have the clamp on the back and all need new chrome plating. These are a neat accessory that are very scarce. The one set of chrome ones could be used as-is for a driver. $35.00 each . Mike West 585 738 1541