hddennis

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  1. Being a Maxwell owner I'm a bit prejudiced but some may enjoy these: Howard Dennis
  2. Reposting these for Forum Member 1924 Maxwell "Sorry, I haven't gotten these earlier, but I had to wait until my Son, came in to show me how to do it. If you want, my Email is Brisco6872@frontiernet.net. Phone, is 304-287-2205. Price is negotiable. As you can see, there are eight. I thought that I only had six. I would like to get $50.00 each".
  3. Bought myself a new computer for Christmas and have expanded my research capabilities. Just found this July 5th 1906 The Automobile article covering the above cars. So that's a 2300 cubic inch 12 cylinder and 785 cubic inch 8 cylinder, gotta love the oldtimers, bigger was always better. Howard Dennis
  4. Actually I think it says Q.M.C.U.S.A. which would make it Quarter Master Corps U.S.A. As an old Marine I always look for USMC markings. Howard Dennis Semper Fi
  5. Would these work? https://www.ebay.com/itm/PAIR-CONVERTIBLE-TOP-BOW-TIE-DOWNS-1915-DODGE-CADILLAC-PACKARD-STUTZ-BUICK/143469161182?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649 Howard Dennis
  6. Just found this page 18 in a Google books search. Tony told me years ago, probably early 1960's a 90 something gentleman came looking for the GJG and told Tony "Yep, that's my old car, see that patch, I put a rod thru that hole in 1911 at Sheepshead Bay!" He told Tony he was the son of the GJG Company owner. Maybe this picture is how Tony's car should be restored? Howard Dennis
  7. Hey Bob, wish I could take credit but I pulled them off the internet from an article about the car a few years ago. I'm trying to repost it here but don't know if it will work. Howard Dennis https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/reghist/wwi/GJG_Car_NYG.pdf https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2010/04/08/was-the-privates-car-a-g-j-g/ https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2010/05/19/more-photos-of-private-van-alstynes-car-surface/
  8. I stopped in every time I was in the area and always wanted to buy his Peerless chassis but never did. At least it was built into a racer later and is seen by people frequently. The GJG last I heard is in New Jersey but nothing has changed since you and I last saw it. Howard Dennis
  9. Dave, did you know Tony LaPorta and his GJG race car? Howard Dennis
  10. Could we see some pictures and prices? Howard Dennis
  11. Anyone know where to purchase a suitable replacement switch for a Sparton Chime horn like the one shown in these instructions? Howard Dennis
  12. Anyone know where to purchase a suitable replacement switch for a Sparton Chime horn like the one shown in these instructions? Howard Dennis
  13. Since I received no replies I tried to find it online. It appears to be from a 1914 4-48 Packard and possibly a Packard truck. Does that seem right and does it fit any other years and models? Howard Dennis
  14. Found a light in antique shop identical to this except it doesn't have any glass other than the clear front lens . Any idea what it would fit? This picture is one like it but I didn't buy the one in the antique shop. Howard Dennis
  15. Here's more to add to this information. Howard Dennis