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  1. well yes actually i was going to run them on ebay but i dont want to say "hey your bidding on pistons for something" I was trying to atleast have a year and make or model to list them as "going to". My grand father had a auto shop and it was full of v8 stuff but also tractor parts and old model T and A parts, Lincoln Zepher parts, Just loads of vintage parts which the manuals let us know what they were for. We however didnt have a Mcquay-Norris manual or Sterling manual to ID these pistons. Thanks Heather
  2. oh yea , is buffing a piston with a wire brush ok or safe as far as piston value and performance is concerned?
  3. If these are Ford pistons then what years did Ford make the Flathead? What size engine would Ford bore of 3.0625 come on? Are these a desirable piston, hard to find? Im sorry for being such a pest im just ready to pull mt hair out trying to find info on these pistons and what they might go to. Thanks Heather
  4. and the last pic!!! oh i forgot, there are 8 pistons to a box,,,doesnt sound normal for 8 to be in a box if they are boat motor pistons does it?
  5. Guys! Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you, 5 kids put a halt on alot of my spare time. Ok well here are some measurments on the pistons. 9 5/8 inches around.Overall height from highest point of the bottom of the skirt to the top of the piston is 3 inches, from top of piston pin bore to top of piston is 1 1/8 inches, from bottom of piston pin to the highest point of the bottom of piston is 1 1/8. Its hard to think that these could be boat motor pistons since we have no water for miles around here and boats are very far and few, the possibality does exist. Im adding some jpe
  6. I am about to drive myself nuts trying to find the makes and models on these two sets of pistons found in my garage. Any info would help out so much. My husbands grandfather left these in the shed years ago so i know they are very old. The first set is from Sterling motors and the part#75p, The second set is from McQuay Norris and their part# p-342AX. I have been searching the net for 3 days and have come up with nothing. Thanks Heather
  7. I am about to drive myself nuts trying to find the makes and models on these two sets of pistons found in my garage. Any info would help out so much. My husbands grandfather left these in the shed years ago so i know they are very old. The first set is from Sterling motors and the part#75p, The second set is from McQuay Norris and their part# p-342AX. I have been searching the net for 3 days and have come up with nothing. Thanks Heather
  8. I am about to drive myself nuts trying to find the makes and models on these two sets of pistons found in my garage. Any info would help out so much. My husbands grandfather left these in the shed years ago so i know they are very old. The first set is from Sterling motors and the part#75p, The second set is from McQuay Norris and their part# p-342AX. I have been searching the net for 3 days and have come up with nothing. Thanks Heather
  9. Im sorry if i seem to be intruding on this forums space but after countless hours of researching im at the end of my roap. I have like loads of McQuay-Norris Parts and have no idea as to what they go to. Can Somebody help me out and maybe point me in the right direction as to where i can find the information maybe online? If anybody can help point me in a direction or tell me what these go to then i would be so greatfull. Valves V-1141N,,Tie Rod Sockets ES-57,,,Wheel Suspension parts FA-35,,,Valves V-890
  10. Rolf.... ok I take it the front of the carburetor is the side where the 2 idol set screws are. Is this correct? What I think to be the front of the carburetor has 2 numbers marked on it in different spots. They are 94 and 52. The throttle does open to the front of the carburetor, if the front is where the idol screws are. The bowl has no raised letters on the back side, only the ford trademark and the 91-99.
  11. New to the forum so bear with me. I have a carburetor that I believe is for a zephyr. I recently purchased a house with a garage full of vintage auto parts. Some of these parts are new but aren't in the boxes. This is one of them. On the side the model number says 91-99 Ford. Unfortunately I haven't been able to find one like this anywhere or obtain any information on it. There are tons of zephyr parts for the year 1937 that are still in the boxes. Unfortunately the carburetor is not.I am really needing this information so that I can list this item on ebay. If you have any information on this
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