Jump to content

D Bosco

  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

D Bosco's Achievements

500+ Points

500+ Points (2/7)

  • Collaborator

Recent Badges



  1. Thanks guys, finally found one, a 3 notch one.
  2. Thanks Mike, please give me a call when you have a moment cell 917 957-1855
  3. Mark is a great guy and he and Shawn provided me with many photos, which are very helpful. Unfortunately he doesn’t know who bought the car, and no luck with RM Auctions to assist.
  4. I am working on restoring a 1907 Mitchell Model E runabout. Mark Hyman sold one at auction in 2018. Does anyone know who owns it now? I need to ask permission to see the car for comparison purposes. Thanks Don Bosco Staten Island, NY don@tallcoil.com 917 957-1855
  5. Do you still have the Roamer radiator for sale? Kindly send me the dimensions. I have 2 Roamers so wouldn't hurt to have an extra radiator! Thanks, Don Bosco Cell 917 957-1855
  6. I want to mate up a 53 V8 engine to my top shift 39 transmission. I understand that a 49-53 Light truck bellhousing can be used. Is this correct? Anyone have one for sale? thanks, Don
  7. found them through a vendor in a flea market in Charlotte, NC!!! Just luck, he had 5 left, including 4 I needed
  8. Marv, will do. Alsancle, I was a member, I will get back in and try to find that info. Thanks again, Don
  9. Marv They are Lockheed 3-bolt stepped cylinders. Left Rear #91745 Right Rear #91746 Left Front #91743 Right Front #91744 thanks for any help you can provide. Don
  10. Anyone know where I can find 4 new brake wheel cylinders and brake springs for each wheel? thanks, Don
  11. want to buy a crank handle for a 1928 Dodge Victory 6. thanks, Don
  12. Craig, great eye!!! The spring shackle cover is distinctive. Did 1909 P-H have a similar cover? Very hard to find photos of the S model. Were the sidelights square in1908 or bale handled? The horn was identified as a National siren on another web site. Do you know anything about that? You can see that the photo was taken in cold weather, people in heavy coats and blankets draped over the steering wheel. The lady in the photo was known to be wealthy, so I am surprised that they didn't add a windshield for the cold weather. Staten Island isn't far from Connecticut, so it is logical and feasible for the cars to be available to Staten Island customers. The photo was marked c. 1910. thanks again for your help, Don
  • Create New...