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  1. For your consideration, three 20 inch x 4-1/2 inch Budd 78 spoke rims with one 20 inch lock ring. These fit late 20's early 30's Cadillac and I have been told, perhaps some models of Rolls Royce. The wheels were part of an estate sale we purchased that included two Duesenbergs. We removed the center hubs to use to complete a set of correct 19" wheels. We were told that the wheels had been plated and fit with new spokes by the Dayton Wire Wheel Company in the late 1990's. The chrome work is very nice, some waves in the surface between the spoke dimples, but still very well done. They do need a light polishing to refresh the luster as they have sat for some time. Each rim includes new stainless steel spokes and chrome plated adjustment nuts. There are 52 short spokes for the outside row and 26 long spokes for the inside row. Only one lock ring remains with the set. $500.00 each or best offer, plus actual shipping costs to your location. olchev@gmail.com
  2. Bob, Thank you very much, you're a lifesaver! I have the spring in the compressor, ready to install........ can't wait to get this thing back on the ground. Thanks again, Kevin
  3. Thanks Bob, With me it's more like 100 %!! The numbers appear to be P569994, and P569995. I say appear because the first two numbers are difficult read. Thanks for the help! Kevin
  4. Greetings, I am in the process of assembling the front springs on a 1957 Super 88. The shop manual indicates that the coil springs are not interchangeable, and I did finds the part numbers on the top coil, indicating that is correct. My problem is, I do not have a parts book, to identify which one is the right, and which one is ethe left. I know I have a 50/50 chance of getting them right......but..... If anyone has a parts book, I would very much appreciate it if they could identify the spring numbers. Thank you, Kevin Marsh
  5. Greetings, I am in the process of assembling the front suspension on a 1957 super 88' and the shop manual indicates that the front coil springs are not interchangeable. They have two different part numbers stamped on the upper top coil. My problem is, I do not have a parts book to identify which is the right side and which the left. I know I have a 50/50 shot at getting it right....but.... If anyone has a parts book and can look up the numbers I would Very much appreciate it. Thanks, Kevin Marsh
  6. I am trying to locate either a Rubes or Nonpareil oval bell brass bulb horn. Would prefer 2-1/2 loop and a right side mount, like the sample attached. Any help is appreciated. Kevin Marsh
  7. Greetings, I am beginning the restoration of a 1957 Oldsmobile 88 Convertible, and need suggestions on where to get parts. I am wondering if there are correct interior kits available with heat pressed door panels and correct seat fabrics and patterns. The car sat out for some time so the original seat patterns are mostly gone. Would like to find correct top as well. Is the correct LOF script windshield and side glass if available? I have located a source for engine and suspension "kits", but wondering if I can locate the parts individually and perhaps save some money. Thanks for any information. Kevin
  8. Looking for Stutz Wood Spoke Wheels<!-- google_ad_section_end --> <HR SIZE=1><!-- google_ad_section_start -->Greetings, I am looking for a set of wood spoke wheels (34 x 4-1/2 tire size) for 1914 or 15 Stutz. Good rebuildable set is OK, preferably with rear drums and hub covers. I realize the impossibility of finding a set of Houk wires, but on the off chance...I will put that out there as well. Any help locating a set is greatly appreciated. Kevin 801-856-6575 olchev@aol.com<!-- google_ad_section_end --> <FIELDSET class=fieldset><LEGEND>Attached Thumbnails</LEGEND> </FIELDSET>
  9. Greetings, I am looking for a set of wood spoke wheels (34 x 4-1/2 tire size) for 1914 or 15 Stutz. Good rebuildable set is OK, preferably with rear drums and hub covers. I realize the impossibility of finding a set of Houk wires, but on the off chance...I will put that out there as well. Any help locating a set is greatly appreciated. Kevin 801-856-6575 olchev@aol.com
  10. Greetings, I am looking for a company or an individual who can roll form spare tire tread covers. I had a set done by a fellow in Indiana as a CCCA region project several years ago, but apparently he is no longer doing them. Any leads are appreciated. Thank you
  11. Greetings, I am looking for a company or an individual who can roll form spare tire tread covers. I had a set done by a fellow in Indiana as a CCCA region project several years ago, but apparently he is no longer doing them. Any leads are appreciated. Thank you
  12. A friend just purchased a 1905 De Dion, 1 cylinder, I believe 8 HP. It has a 1930s Zenith universal replacement carb, which I feel is too much carb for the engine. Does anybody have information on what carb is correct, or at least a better choice for a one cylinder? Also any technical data would be helpful. Thank you Kevin Marsh 801-856-6575
  13. Needed, rear window frame for 1930 Murphy Convertible. Dimensions close to 20-5/8" x 5-1/16" inside. Other makes or models will work. Thank you Kevin
  14. Want to buy for early 1930's Classic Era convertible, rear window frame. Approximate dimensions for inside of frame are 20-5/8" x 5-1/16". After-market suppliers are somewhat smaller in width. Any help is appreciated. Kevin Marsh 801-856-6575
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