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  1. Cleaned out the garage and have quite a few chassis parts for sale or trade. Springs, brackets, skeins, etc. A big pile of Brush iron. If you have a need let me know and I will see what I have. On the personal level, I am looking for Brush parts. Pretty much anything. Engine, trans, steering, rear to looking at whatever is available. Thanks, John Guy Ph: 832-244-2101
  2. Just to update....the coil is sold. Thanks for the interest.
  3. I have two BRUSH items I would like to sell.... 1. A nice original coil box with original Brush switch......$350.00 It appears to be complete, looks like it has been rewired. Only deficiency I see is screw holes for attaching switch to wood box are a bit wallowed out. Nice Hardware and condition of wood parts. Light sanding and ready to apply stain and finish. 2. Original BRUSH brass radiator name plate......$90.00 Looks to be in nice shape for its age....has a scratch on the "H" Both items acquired at Chickasha Swap meet. Boxed and Shipped for cost. John Guy Ph: 832-244-2101 Email:
  4. Al Shaw has graciously offered to host a Brush Owners meeting this year at Hershey. The meeting will be: Thursday October 6, 2016 Time: 3:00 P.M. Location: Al's space.....OBF25 in the Orange Field. If anyone has any questions, please message me and I will forward Al's email. To those heading to Hershey....Have a great time and a safe trip.
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    Brush Transmission case castings

    HI Bill....How is this project going?
  6. There will be a meeting of Brush enthusiasts at The Chickasha Pre-war Swap Meet. For those attending the meet we will gather Thursday March 17th, at around 1:00P at the usual booth space, ND10, located in the North Building. Our past meetings have been a fun get together to discuss our Brush projects and travels. If anyone has any items they want to sell, please feel free to make use of the space. Also, as The Brush Owners Association is in sore need of some revitalization, I hope that we can discuss that, and come up with some new ideas. Have a great day.... John Guy Ph: 832-244-2101 E-mail:
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    BRUSH Owners Meeting at Hershey

    Just a reminder to any of the Brush guys who will be attending Hershey.....There will be a meeting of Brush enthusiasts at Al Shaw's Flea Market Space this Thursday, October 8th at 1:00 P.M. His space is OBF25 in the Orange Field. Hopefully someone can take a photo of those attending and forward to I hope everyone has a safe trip and finds those special parts they are searching for. John Guy Ph: 832-244-2101
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    BRUSH Owners Meeting at Hershey

    The meeting will be at 1:00
  9. Al Shaw has kindly offered to host a meeting for Brush owners and enthusiasts at Hershey this year. The meeting will be held on Thursday October 8, 2015 at his Flea Market Space OBF25 which is located in the Orange Field. The meeting will be at 1:00. If you are planning to attend Hershey please pass the word along to other Brush Owners.
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    Brush 2 Cylinder Engine

    Many years ago I saw a period photo of a Brush 2 cylinder displayed at one of the early auto shows. I am finishing and article on the Brush 2 cylinder car, and I windering if anyone might have a copy of that or another 2 cylinder photo if it exists. I have the ad announcements for the car, I am wondering about photos. If anyone might share a scan of theirs it would be greatly appreciated. Additionally, if any member has any "For Sale", or "Wanted" ads please forward as soon as possible. Have a fun, safe, and blessed 4th of July. John Guy
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    Brush Transmissions

    Hi Bill, Bill Damewood from Ohio had been working on the transmission project but there didn't seem to be enough interest to make it economically feasible. To be honest I was surprised because I know of several members whose projects are stalled for needing a transmission and/or transmission parts. It seemed like there would be a great opportunity to get several more cars on the road if everyone went together and pooled resources to reproduce the transmission. Hopefully your post might help revive this worthwhile project. John Guy
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    The Brush Runabout....SPRING 2015 Newsletter

    Spring Newsletter.....Last Call for including For Sale or Wanted Ads in this newsletter. Please send as soon as possible to:
  13. This years meet was a lot of fun, but it had rained pretty hard and the outside areas suffered. Some of the bigger vendors didn't show. The meet has changed over the last couple of years....yes, there does seem to be a lot of Model T stuff. Not very many younger visitors. My youngest is 9 and we have been going for the last 5 years...our tradition. Not very many young is a "graying" meet for sure. Not much in Brush stuff. We did have a good meeting...about 10 attended. We will have the same booth next year. John Guy Ph: 832-244-2101
  14. Looking for any and all information....on Texas Made Cars....Advertisements, Photos, Manuals, Sales Brochures, Parts, and the elusive car for any automobile make that was manufactured in Texas. Texas had a short but very colorful foray into car manufacturing from about 1908 until the mid 1920's. There were a number of offerings that were nothing more than stock scams, but the Texan was a well made car and oil field truck that was reasonably successful. I am looking for anything out there that might be available for the following makes: Texan-1918-1922, Texmobile-1921-22, Wichita-1914, Wharton-1921-22, Ranger-1920-22, McGill-1922, Lone Star-1920-22, Hall Cyclecar-1914,Dixie-1908-09, Luck Utility-1911-14, Stroud-1919, Lutz Steam-1898, Blumberg-1920-21,Texas-1920, and the Holden-1915. I am resurrecting a book project, and can use any and all information on these makes. I am interested in buying available information as listed above, scanned copies of original information, parts, parts cars, and although there are few existing examples, I would love to own a Texas made car, particularly a Texan. Any help with this project will be greatly appreciated. John Guy Ph: 832-244-2101 E-mail:
  15. There will be a meeting of Brush owners and enthusiasts on March 19th at the Chickasha PreWar Swap Meet. We will get together at 1:00 PM at our Brush Owners booth in the North Building, space ND10. This is the same space we have had for the last couple of years. Please stop by and join us. We are hoping to discuss ways to grow the Brush Owners Association, and always have great fellowship talking about our projects and activities. If you have any items you are looking to sell, feel free to bring them and use the space. If you think you might be attending, please let me know so we can get a head count. Feel free to give me a call if you need any information on the meet. John Guy Ph: 832-2442101