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  1. Dear Friends My wife has a 1981 Honda Trail 70,model CT 70,that she bought new! We need to find the following parts and hope you might be able to help: The kick start assembly is pretty much stripped,and we could probably use a new head. Do you have either of these,or a complete parts motor we could buy? I do not have an interchange manual,so I do not know other years and models of motors that are interchangable with ours. Could you tell me? THANKS for you help! Leads on these items appreciated. George Albright,Ocala,Fla. cell 352 843 1624 email gnalbright@gmail.com Feel free to call me
  2. Dear Friends My wife has a 1981 Honda Trail 70,model CT 70,that she bought new! We need to find the following parts and hope you might be able to help: The kick start assembly is pretty much stripped,and we could probably use a new head. Do you have either of these,or a complete parts motor we could buy? I do not have an interchange manual,so I do not know other years and models of motors that are interchangable with ours. Could you tell me? THANKS for you help! Leads on these items appreciated. George Albright,Ocala,Fla. cell 352 843 1624 email gnalbright@gmail.com Feel free to call me
  3. Wanted: 1920-50 metal gas station to move to Ocala,Fla. to preserve and restore. Must be free or reasonable. Small to medium size,and most any condition. Leads appreciated! George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com cell 352 843 1624
  4. Wanted: 1920-50 metal gas station to move to Ocala,Fla. to preserve and restore. Must be free or reasonable. Small to medium size,and most any condition. Leads appreciated! George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com cell 352 843 1624
  5. Wanted: 1920-50 metal gas station to move to Ocala,Fla. to preserve and restore. Must be free or reasonable. Small to medium size,and most any condition. Leads appreciated! George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com cell 352 843 1624
  6. Up for a no reserve auction is an amazing item if you are restoring an 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906 Orient motorcycle or buck board buckboard built by the Waltham Manufacturing Mfg Company Co. that was run by Charles Metz of Waltham Mass., near Boston and Brockton. The Waltham Mfg. Co. built bicycles cycles, and bikes from 1893 to 1903, and automobiles, brass era autos, horseless carriages, motor cycles, tanden pacers, etc. from 1897 to 1907. Major Taylor was one of their riders. They first used French De Dion Bouton or DeDion or Aster engines and motors for their race racer and racing motorcycles. This was from 1897 to 1902. In 1902 they developed their own 3 H.P. Orient engine built in house, and in 1903 added a 4 H.P. engine with the same Orient crankcase but a slightly long jug for a longer stroke, but same bore. This oiler is made for the in house Orient engines or 3 and 4 H.P. built from 1902 through 1907. I have owned 6, yes six 1903 or 1904 Orient buckboards, and 3 yes 3 of the smaller stroked 3 H.P. motorcycle engines. I am considered one of the nations authorities on the vehicles of the Waltham Mfg. Co. HOWEVER I have never seen another one of these oilers in complete condition! I never even told anyone I had this oiler. It is probably French made, as it has metric treads as the Orient crankcases have on the hole for the oiler. It has not maker marking on it. If you are restoring a Metz or Orient motorcycle or buckboard for show condition, this oiler is a must! NO ONE will have one of these other than you! I have included an illustration of it and other Orient car and motorcycle parts sold by parts distributors, such as the enclosed January 1903 Daisy Co. catalogue. It is in near perfect condition; save for the nickel plating and a small chip in the glass, which can be replaced if desired. This is a no reserve auction. The winner gets free shipping to the lower 48. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back! Why is the opening bid so high? Because its like a divorce-its worth it!!! Will the winner bidder mail me a personal check or MO. DO NOT use paypal! Mail to George Albright 209 S.E. 15th Ave. Ocala, Fla. 34471. Thanks! Cell 352.843.1624 Email: gnalbright@gmail.com
  7. Up for a no reserve auction is an amazing item if you are restoring an 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906 Orient motorcycle or buck board buckboard built by the Waltham Manufacturing Mfg Company Co. that was run by Charles Metz of Waltham Mass., near Boston and Brockton. The Waltham Mfg. Co. built bicycles cycles, and bikes from 1893 to 1903, and automobiles, brass era autos, horseless carriages, motor cycles, tanden pacers, etc. from 1897 to 1907. Major Taylor was one of their riders. They first used French De Dion Bouton or DeDion or Aster engines and motors for their race racer and racing motorcycles. This was from 1897 to 1902. In 1902 they developed their own 3 H.P. Orient engine built in house, and in 1903 added a 4 H.P. engine with the same Orient crankcase but a slightly long jug for a longer stroke, but same bore. This oiler is made for the in house Orient engines or 3 and 4 H.P. built from 1902 through 1907. I have owned 6, yes six 1903 or 1904 Orient buckboards, and 3 yes 3 of the smaller stroked 3 H.P. motorcycle engines. I am considered one of the nations authorities on the vehicles of the Waltham Mfg. Co. HOWEVER I have never seen another one of these oilers in complete condition! I never even told anyone I had this oiler. It is probably French made, as it has metric treads as the Orient crankcases have on the hole for the oiler. It has not maker marking on it. If you are restoring a Metz or Orient motorcycle or buckboard for show condition, this oiler is a must! NO ONE will have one of these other than you! I have included an illustration of it and other Orient car and motorcycle parts sold by parts distributors, such as the enclosed January 1903 Daisy Co. catalogue. It is in near perfect condition; save for the nickel plating and a small chip in the glass, which can be replaced if desired. This is a no reserve auction. The winner gets free shipping to the lower 48. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back! Why is the opening bid so high? Because its like a divorce-its worth it!!! Will the winner bidder mail me a personal check or MO. DO NOT use paypal! Mail to George Albright 209 S.E. 15th Ave. Ocala, Fla. 34471. Thanks! Cell 352.843.1624 Email: gnalbright@gmail.com
  8. Up for a no reserve auction is an amazing item if you are restoring an 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906 Orient motorcycle or buck board buckboard built by the Waltham Manufacturing Mfg Company Co. that was run by Charles Metz of Waltham Mass., near Boston and Brockton. The Waltham Mfg. Co. built bicycles cycles, and bikes from 1893 to 1903, and automobiles, brass era autos, horseless carriages, motor cycles, tanden pacers, etc. from 1897 to 1907. Major Taylor was one of their riders. They first used French De Dion Bouton or DeDion or Aster engines and motors for their race racer and racing motorcycles. This was from 1897 to 1902. In 1902 they developed their own 3 H.P. Orient engine built in house, and in 1903 added a 4 H.P. engine with the same Orient crankcase but a slightly long jug for a longer stroke, but same bore. This oiler is made for the in house Orient engines or 3 and 4 H.P. built from 1902 through 1907. I have owned 6, yes six 1903 or 1904 Orient buckboards, and 3 yes 3 of the smaller stroked 3 H.P. motorcycle engines. I am considered one of the nations authorities on the vehicles of the Waltham Mfg. Co. HOWEVER I have never seen another one of these oilers in complete condition! I never even told anyone I had this oiler. It is probably French made, as it has metric treads as the Orient crankcases have on the hole for the oiler. It has not maker marking on it. If you are restoring a Metz or Orient motorcycle or buckboard for show condition, this oiler is a must! NO ONE will have one of these other than you! I have included an illustration of it and other Orient car and motorcycle parts sold by parts distributors, such as the enclosed January 1903 Daisy Co. catalogue. It is in near perfect condition; save for the nickel plating and a small chip in the glass, which can be replaced if desired. This is a no reserve auction. The winner gets free shipping to the lower 48. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back! Why is the opening bid so high? Because its like a divorce-its worth it!!! Will the winner bidder mail me a personal check or MO. DO NOT use paypal! Mail to George Albright 209 S.E. 15th Ave. Ocala, Fla. 34471. Thanks! Cell 352.843.1624 Email: gnalbright@gmail.com
  9. I am the one who donated the cars to the museum,along with the 1904 Orient 2 engined racing buckboard. Enjoy! George Albright,Ocala,Fla. Email gnalbright@gmail.com
  10. Up for a no reserve auction is an amazing item if you are restoring an 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906 Orient motorcycle or buck board buckboard built by the Waltham Manufacturing Mfg Company Co. that was run by Charles Metz of Waltham Mass., near Boston and Brockton. The Waltham Mfg. Co. built bicycles cycles, and bikes from 1893 to 1903, and automobiles, brass era autos, horseless carriages, motor cycles, tanden pacers, etc. from 1897 to 1907. Major Taylor was one of their riders. They first used French De Dion Bouton or DeDion or Aster engines and motors for their race racer and racing motorcycles. This was from 1897 to 1902. In 1902 they developed their own 3 H.P. Orient engine built in house, and in 1903 added a 4 H.P. engine with the same Orient crankcase but a slightly long jug for a longer stroke, but same bore. This oiler is made for the in house Orient engines or 3 and 4 H.P. built from 1902 through 1907. I have owned 6, yes six 1903 or 1904 Orient buckboards, and 3 yes 3 of the smaller stroked 3 H.P. motorcycle engines. I am considered one of the nations authorities on the vehicles of the Waltham Mfg. Co. HOWEVER I have never seen another one of these oilers in complete condition! I never even told anyone I had this oiler. It is probably French made, as it has metric treads as the Orient crankcases have on the hole for the oiler. It has not maker marking on it. If you are restoring a Metz or Orient motorcycle or buckboard for show condition, this oiler is a must! NO ONE will have one of these other than you! I have included an illustration of it and other Orient car and motorcycle parts sold by parts distributors, such as the enclosed January 1903 Daisy Co. catalogue. It is in near perfect condition; save for the nickel plating and a small chip in the glass, which can be replaced if desired. This is a no reserve auction. The winner gets free shipping to the lower 48. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back! Will the winner bidder mail me a personal check or MO. DO NOT use paypal! Mail to George Albright 209 S.E. 15th Ave. Ocala, Fla. 34471. Thanks! Cell 352.843.1624 Email: gnalbright@gmail.com
  11. Your frame was made by Parish frame company of Chicago. Parish made frames for the 1929-37 Duesenberg J. Those frames are somewhat close to the 1930-33 Henney frames with were 156 inch W.B. I owned 3 1932 Henneys in various stae of repair and disrepair in the past years,but none now. The axles on the 1930-33 ones were made by Columbia. Hope this helps. George Albright,Ocala,Fla. email gnalbright@gmail.com
  12. Wanted 1900-1910 small to medium size car frame,with or without axles and wheels, to build a circa 1905 runabout project with. Could also use front axle,chain drive or shaft drive rear axle,flywheel and cone clutch assembly,early radiator with or without shell,etc. Leads appreciated,as well as photos! George Albright,Ocala,Florida cell 352 843 1624 email gnalbright@gmail.com
  13. Wanted 1900-1910 small to medium size car frame,with or without axles and wheels, to build a circa 1905 runabout project with. Could also use front axle,chain drive or shaft drive rear axle,flywheel and cone clutch assembly,early radiator with or without shell,etc. Leads appreciated,as well as photos! George Albright,Ocala,Florida cell 352 843 1624 email gnalbright@gmail.com
  14. Wanted 1900-1910 small to medium size car frame,with or without axles and wheels, to build a circa 1905 runabout project with. Could also use front axle,chain drive or shaft drive rear axle,flywheel and cone clutch assembly,early radiator with or without shell,etc. Leads appreciated,as well as photos! George Albright,Ocala,Florida cell 352 843 1624 email gnalbright@gmail.com
  15. Wanted 1900-1910 small to medium size car frame,with or without axles and wheels, to build a circa 1905 runabout project with. Could also use front axle,chain drive or shaft drive rear axle,flywheel and cone clutch assembly,early radiator with or without shell,etc. Leads appreciated,as well as photos! George Albright,Ocala,Florida cell 352 843 1624 email gnalbright@gmail.com