Cyndi Edwards

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  1. We are getting ready to restore a 1918 Chalmers touring and my director would like to redo the car in its original color. Would anybody happen to have any literature that would say what the original car color would be. I have a brochure for 1917 with several colors listed, but I need to make sure these color options were also available in 1918. Thanks in advance. Cyndi
  2. We are getting ready to restore a 1918 Chalmers touring and my director would like to redo the car in its original color. Would anybody happen to have any literature that would say what the original car color would be. I have a brochure for 1917 with several colors listed, but I need to make sure these color options were also available in 1918. Thanks in advance. Cyndi
  3. We are getting ready to restore a 1918 Chalmers touring and my director would like to redo the car in its original color. Would anybody happen to have any literature that would say what the original car color would be. I have a brochure for 1917 with several colors listed, but I need to make sure these color options were also available in 1918. Thanks in advance. Cyndi
  4. We are getting ready to restore a 1918 Chalmers touring and my director would like to redo the car in its original color. Would anybody happen to have any literature that would say what the original car color would be. I have a brochure for 1917 with several colors listed, but I need to make sure these color options were also available in 1918. Thanks in advance. Cyndi
  5. We are trying to restore a 1924 Lincoln, type 123 4 passenger phaeton. So we need a help on a couple of things at this point. We are looking for a stamped steel wiring harness COVER for the right side that bolts on the engine side of the firewall. We also need to take off the windshield frame that is attached to the cowl. We need to figure out how many bolts and exactly where the bolts are that are holding the frame to the cowl. Will we need to pull the dash board out to accomplish this? Any help or leads on the above are greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  6. We are trying to restore a 1924 Lincoln, type 123 4 passenger phaeton. So we need a help on a couple of things at this point. We are looking for a stamped steel wiring harness COVER for the right side that bolts on the engine side of the firewall. We also need to take off the windshield frame that is attached to the cowl. We need to figure out how many bolts and exactly where the bolts are that are holding the frame to the cowl. Will we need to pull the dash board out to accomplish this? Any help or leads on the above are greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  7. We are trying to restore a 1924 Lincoln, type 123 4 passenger phaeton. So we need a help on a couple of things at this point. We are looking for a stamped steel wiring harness COVER for the right side that bolts on the engine side of the firewall. We also need to take off the windshield frame that is attached to the cowl. We need to figure out how many bolts and exactly where the bolts are that are holding the frame to the cowl. Will we need to pull the dash board out to accomplish this? Any help or leads on the above are greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  8. We are trying to restore a 1924 Lincoln, type 123 4 passenger phaeton. So we need a help on a couple of things at this point. We are looking for a stamped steel wiring harness COVER for the right side that bolts on the engine side of the firewall. We also need to take off the windshield frame that is attached to the cowl. We need to figure out how many bolts and exactly where the bolts are that are holding the frame to the cowl. Will we need to pull the dash board out to accomplish this? Any help or leads on the above are greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  9. We are trying to restore a 1924 Lincoln, type 123 4 passenger phaeton. So we need a help on a couple of things at this point. We are looking for a stamped steel wiring harness COVER for the right side that bolts on the engine side of the firewall. We also need to take off the windshield frame that is attached to the cowl. We need to figure out how many bolts and exactly where the bolts are that are holding the frame to the cowl. Will we need to pull the dash board out to accomplish this? Any help or leads on the above are greatly appreciated. Thank you.