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  1. Always loved this early custom.https://www.customcarchronicle.com/early-custom-cars/socalif-plating-truck/
  2. My grandmother born in 1898 absolutely hated the color purple and refused to have anything that color in her house. I suspect it dated to her childhood and a funeral or wake in the family home and the use of that color. Howard Dennis
  3. Judging by the lack of radiator and the shape of that timing case my guess is this is powered by a Henderson 4 cylinder motorcycle motor. Howard Dennis
  4. Can't really be of much help here accept to say every photo in my files of a Maxwell timing case shows all 3 gears running level with each other. Howard Dennis
  5. Thank You John, wow that got there fast. Glad you like it, I'd have kept it too but I'm running out of room and wife's running out of Patience with my hobbies! Howard Dennis
  6. !!!!!!!!!!!! SOLD!! SOLD !!SOLD !!!!!!!!!!!!! Very nice original Chrysler # 494595 Rear Wheel Shield Ornament with original mounting hardware. Listed in Chrysler parts book but seems it may have been used on other Chrysler products as well in mid 1930's. $125.00 + shipping Howard Dennis
  7. !!!!!!! SOLD !! SOLD !! SOLD !!!!!!!!!!!! Very nice original Chrysler # 494595 Rear Wheel Shield Ornament with original mounting hardware. Listed in Chrysler parts book but seems it may have been used on other Chrysler products as well in mid 1930's. $125.00 + shipping Howard Dennis
  8. Thanks John, Couldn't have done it without your help. Howard Dennis
  9. Thanks, That helps, what do you have on 1917 Maxwell model 25 light delivery? I've got parts books, manuals and period repair books. Howard Dennis
  10. hwellens, Thanks a million, really appreciate the help. Could I trouble you for one more translation? Are those all models of Chryslers and are they all one year? Sorry if this seems like a silly question but my knowledge area is a bit earlier. Maxwell to be exact. Howard Dennis
  11. Does anyone have mid 1930's Mopar parts books they could look up this trim piece part number and tell me what it fits, Please. Thanks, Howard Dennis
  12. This in my opinion is an aftermarket accessory designed for many different makes. The shield was offered in every letter of the alphabet as well as emblems of various fraternal organizations and shields depicting emblems of multiple occupations. Howard Dennis
  13. MaxwellFox, I didn't respond yesterday because you seemed to have done everything I would have done already and I didn't have anything to add. This morning I had a revelation. Did you have any trouble getting the nut off the cam? Any signs of someone beating or damaging the shaft? I doubt you'll find any damage but I had to ask. Now to my revelation this morning it came to me if all else fails I have a spare cam gear so give it just a little more of what you've done already and know if it all goes sideways you still have an easy out. Howard Dennis
  14. Thanks Dave, Guess I'll just have just have to keep stumbling around on periodicals and the patent website. At least we have a time frame thanks to the help you and your lawyer gave me. Howard Dennis
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