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  1. Mine leaked after I removed the cover and replaced it with the o ring cord stock. After running a bead of Loctite SI5910 it stopped leaking. Maybe it would be worth a try to stop the leak with this without removing the cover. The o rings for the threaded heads is available from McMaster Carr( 1283N344). They also require Loctite to prevent leaking.
  2. My bakery sell over one million $$$ a year in fruit cake. No joking!😁 https://www.bakermaid.com/
  3. I have a Zenith model 63 on mine. It is single barrel and fits with a slight modification of the bolt holes in the carb. The car starts very easily however it has not been on the road yet.
  4. J.N. Willys limousine, the photo was given by Art Aseltine, suggesting that it may be my car.
  5. I wii have to think about that.
  6. Just the cap for now, maybe next year Santa will bring a Knight
  7. Newly plated for the 1928 model J
  8. Thanks Mark! This might be challenging
  9. When I got the car there was not a rug. There were two aluminum strips with nails that were removed from the car that may have been a molding to hold a rug. The painted steering column looks like a good alternative for me.
  10. The shifter on mine is not bent. Mark: How did you remove the steering column, I would like to have mine plated as well. Thanks
  11. Please post more of the pictures from Art's house.
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