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  1. Thanks....I am a member of the Hup Club so probably should have started there. I guess I thought more people would see it here
  2. Thanks so much for the reply....I really appreciate it I’m having a problem with the carb in that it will not idle without the choke about a quarter of the way out. I’ve cleaned it and gone through it but the same problem. I’ve been told that the dxr2 was a bad carb to begin with, even Stromberg admitted this and you could send it in for an exchange......any ideas What carb are you using I’ll try to post a pic later
  3. I have a 1932 Hup B216 Roadster with Stromberg DXR2 Carb. Is this the orig carb for the car, if not what was used. Thanks John
  4. Sorry, but for some reason there is an error when you click on the website in the press release...I'll repost it and it will hopefully work www.larworldtour.com
  5. Press Release Automotive Adventure of a Lifetime By John Quam July 1, 2013 San Francisco, CA - Longest Auto Race World Tour Group has just announced a once in a lifetime world driving adventure from San Francisco to Paris, celebrating the 1908 New York to Paris Great Race. Departure from San Francisco is May 9, 2014. Starting in Japan, the tour will travel through Russia, China, the Baltic States, through Europe ending in Paris. Deemed the greatest automobile event in history, four countries with six cars competed in the original race including the United States, Italy, France and Germany. In the end, the race was won by the American team headed by George Schuster driving a 1907 Thomas Flyer. Partnering with Seattle based MIR Corp, an award winning specialty tour organizer, the tour has been meticulously researched to follow the original route driven by Schuster and the American team. Many events have been run relating to the Great Race, however, this is the first to duplicate the original Schuster route. There are a limited number of positions available for you to drive into the history books. Any type or age of vehicle is eligible ; from antique/vintage to modern including, motorcycles and hybrids. For more information, including the complete itinerary and driving route, visit the Longest Auto Race World Tour at www. larworldtour.com or contact John Quam at 650-296-9252 or Luke Rizzuto at 408-590-2946. ###
  6. Press Release Automotive Adventure of a Lifetime By John Quam July 1, 2013 San Francisco, CA - Longest Auto Race World Tour Group has just announced a once in a lifetime world driving adventure from San Francisco to Paris, celebrating the 1908 New York to Paris Great Race. Departure from San Francisco is May 9, 2014. Starting in Japan, the tour will travel through Russia, China, the Baltic States, through Europe ending in Paris. Deemed the greatest automobile event in history, four countries with six cars competed in the original race including the United States, Italy, France and Germany. In the end, the race was won by the American team headed by George Schuster driving a 1907 Thomas Flyer. Partnering with Seattle based MIR Corp, an award winning specialty tour organizer, the tour has been meticulously researched to follow the original route driven by Schuster and the American team. Many events have been run relating to the Great Race, however, this is the first to duplicate the original Schuster route. There are a limited number of positions available for you to drive into the history books. Any type or age of vehicle is eligible ; from antique/vintage to modern including, motorcycles and hybrids. For more information, including the complete itinerary and driving route, visit the Longest Auto Race World Tour at www. larworldtour.com or contact John Quam at 650-296-9252 or Luke Rizzuto at 408-590-2946. ###
  7. Press Release Automotive Adventure of a Lifetime By John Quam July 1, 2013 San Francisco, CA - Longest Auto Race World Tour Group has just announced a once in a lifetime world driving adventure from San Francisco to Paris, celebrating the 1908 New York to Paris Great Race. Departure from San Francisco is May 9, 2014. Starting in Japan, the tour will travel through Russia, China, the Baltic States, through Europe ending in Paris. Deemed the greatest automobile event in history, four countries with six cars competed in the original race including the United States, Italy, France and Germany. In the end, the race was won by the American team headed by George Schuster driving a 1907 Thomas Flyer. Partnering with Seattle based MIR Corp, an award winning specialty tour organizer, the tour has been meticulously researched to follow the original route driven by Schuster and the American team. Many events have been run relating to the Great Race, however, this is the first to duplicate the original Schuster route. There are a limited number of positions available for you to drive into the history books. Any type or age of vehicle is eligible ; from antique/vintage to modern including, motorcycles and hybrids. For more information, including the complete itinerary and driving route, visit the Longest Auto Race World Tour at www. larworldtour.com or contact John Quam at 650-296-9252 or Luke Rizzuto at 408-590-2946. ###
  8. Press Release Automotive Adventure of a Lifetime By John Quam July 1, 2013 San Francisco, CA - Longest Auto Race World Tour Group has just announced a once in a lifetime world driving adventure from San Francisco to Paris, celebrating the 1908 New York to Paris Great Race. Departure from San Francisco is May 9, 2014. Starting in Japan, the tour will travel through Russia, China, the Baltic States, through Europe ending in Paris. Deemed the greatest automobile event in history, four countries with six cars competed in the original race including the United States, Italy, France and Germany. In the end, the race was won by the American team headed by George Schuster driving a 1907 Thomas Flyer. Partnering with Seattle based MIR Corp, an award winning specialty tour organizer, the tour has been meticulously researched to follow the original route driven by Schuster and the American team. Many events have been run relating to the Great Race, however, this is the first to duplicate the original Schuster route. There are a limited number of positions available for you to drive into the history books. Any type or age of vehicle is eligible ; from antique/vintage to modern including, motorcycles and hybrids. For more information, including the complete itinerary and driving route, visit the Longest Auto Race World Tour at www. larworldtour.com or contact John Quam at 650-296-9252 or Luke Rizzuto at 408-590-2946. ###
  9. Press Release Automotive Adventure of a Lifetime By John Quam July 1, 2013 San Francisco, CA - Longest Auto Race World Tour Group has just announced a once in a lifetime world driving adventure from San Francisco to Paris, celebrating the 1908 New York to Paris Great Race. Departure from San Francisco is May 9, 2014. Starting in Japan, the tour will travel through Russia, China, the Baltic States, through Europe ending in Paris. Deemed the greatest automobile event in history, four countries with six cars competed in the original race including the United States, Italy, France and Germany. In the end, the race was won by the American team headed by George Schuster driving a 1907 Thomas Flyer. Partnering with Seattle based MIR Corp, an award winning specialty tour organizer, the tour has been meticulously researched to follow the original route driven by Schuster and the American team. Many events have been run relating to the Great Race, however, this is the first to duplicate the original Schuster route. There are a limited number of positions available for you to drive into the history books. Any type or age of vehicle is eligible ; from antique/vintage to modern including, motorcycles and hybrids. For more information, including the complete itinerary and driving route, visit the Longest Auto Race World Tour at www. larworldtour.com or contact John Quam at 650-296-9252 or Luke Rizzuto at 408-590-2946. ###
  10. Thanks for the offer.....I think I have located what I need, but will definitely contact you if it it doesn't work out
  11. I'll take one.....please email me at q2jazz@sbcglobal.net to take care of the details Thanks John
  12. I understand that a reprint was made of the Peerless V8 service manual. Does anyone know if it is still available
  13. Thanks for the quick reply. Did the modification include the rotor? John
  14. I need points and a rotor for a 1919 Peerless 7 Passenger Sedan. Does anyone have a source or cross reference Any help or info would be greatly appreciated Thanks
  15. Web site is now updated with tour itinerary.....check it out