keiser31

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  1. O.k......I meant "ethanol gas". Sorry. It cleans out the system and loosens the crud and it gets into everything.
  2. A photo would possibly help with an estimate of worth. If you cannot post photos, email them to me and I will post them for you. John keiser31@charter.net
  3. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Bob Call</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Wasn't this car also sold as the Dodge Horizon? Since Nico claims to have a Cricket someone must have a Horizon. Or, did they all go the way of the Chevette which runs a close second/third to the Cricket/Horizon as the crappiest car ever sold by the Big 3.</div></div> No. There was no Dodge Horizon. The Plymouth Cricket was from the Rootes Group in England from 1971 -1973. The Plymouth Horizon came out in 1978. The Dodge Colt from Japan came out in 1971. The Dodge Omni was the Horizon sister car from 1978.
  4. Comes out of the gas pump that way here in Oregon.
  5. "Rhode Island Wiring" or "Y and Z's Wiring".
  6. 1930? 1931? 1932? 1933? 1934? 1935? 1936? 1937? 1938 or 1939?
  7. I have seen them with stainless and rubber on separate occasions.
  8. I agree....they called it a "mother-in-law seat".
  9. I agree...1919-1926. Can we call it a Chrysler, yet??
  10. John....feel free to change the subject if you will continue to show us such rare and/or custom rides.
  11. WOW!!! Looks like a Kissel on steroids.
  12. Thanks for sharing. Gorgeous cars!!
  13. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Julian</div><div class="ubbcode-body">doesnt GM now stand for GOVERNMENT MOTORS? </div></div> No...it stands for Gone Momentarily.
  14. I have seen Packard ambulances with similar side windows.
  15. The car looks similar to an RCH.
  16. So, the boattail pictured has the wrong bumper?
  17. Here is one of my latest. I did it for a childhood friend. He used to race me with this car in my Roadrunner. He always lost.
  18. Looks like your standard 1920's battery charger to me.
  19. I have a photo of a 1930 Packard boattail that has those on the rear.
  20. It has the same shape as a 1928 Chrysler Imperial E80.
  21. Can you get a better shot of the front bumper so that maybe we can i.d.it easier?