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  1. Any ideas guys? Any help would be greatly apreciated. Thank you.
  2. I'm picking up a '27 steering column with box, etc. and I wanted to see where I might get parts for it if anythings worn out, etc? thank you.
  3. Looking for a good 1920s steering setup (column, box, etc.) in usable condition. Needed for speedster. Please contact me with anything you might have! Thank you very much in advance! email: hotirons1936@hotironclub.com
  4. Looking for a good 1924 (or close) Willys Knight steering setup (column, box, etc.) in usable condition. Please contact me with anything you might have! Thank you very much in advance! email: hotirons1936@hotironclub.com
  5. Looking for a good 1924 (or close) Willys Knight steering setup (column, box, etc.) in usable condition. Please contact me with anything you might have! Thank you very much in advance!
  6. In the midst of building a 1920s era speedster and looking to use an early to mid 1920s steering setup from a Dodge, possibly a Chevy, but would prefer a Dodge! Does anyone have one in good usable condition they'd part with? Thank you.
  7. In the midst of building a 1920s era speedster and looking to use an early to mid 1920s steering setup. Does anyone have one in good usable condition they'd part with? Thank you.
  8. Did any of the early connecting rods, Pre-1930s, have a tunnel diameter of around 2.450 on the large end? I'm trying to locate some rods for a friend for an old project he's working on and trying to place a set of rods. Thanks so much.
  9. Did any of the early connecting rods, let's say from the teens, have a tunnel diameter of around 2.450 on the large end? I'm trying to locate some rods for a friend for an old project he's working on and trying to place a set of rods. Thanks.
  10. Looking for furthur info, (ANYTHING!!!!), on Rajo Jack's early 1920s dirt track racer, pictured in Don Radbruch's book, "Dirt Track Auto Racing", pages 11 & 12. I'm in the midst of reserching it and studying the photos of it, its chassis engineering, quarter elliptical springs, etc. I'm in the slow process of collecting parts, and modifying a T frame as per this and another similar speedster/dirt track car was built of the time period. <span style="font-weight: bold">GOAL</span> - <span style="font-style: italic">Build a true period correct dirt track racer that would have been seen anywhere USA in the mid to late 1920s on your local track. Build it using various older tooling, etc. immersing oneself for historical and educational experience and reasons. Paying homage, having fun and learning at the same time. </span> Thanks a million in advance fellas! Here's the photos in question (forgive my scanner, it did its best with blowing up a photo from a halftone picture in a book)
  11. Looking for furthur info, (ANYTHING!!!!), on Rajo Jack's early 1920s dirt track racer, pictured in Don Radbruch's book, "Dirt Track Auto Racing", pages 11 & 12. I'm in the midst of reserching it and studying the photos of it, its chassis engineering, quarter elliptical springs, etc. I'm in the slow process of collecting parts, and modifying a T frame as per this and another similar speedster/dirt track car was built of the time period. <span style="font-weight: bold">Goal:</span> Build a true period correct dirt track racer that would have been seen anywhere USA in the mid to late 1920s on your local track. Build it using various older tooling, etc. immersing oneself for historical and educational experience and reasons. Paying homage, having fun and learning at the same time. Thanks a million in advance fellas! Here's the photos in question (forgive my scanner, it did its best with blowing up a photo from a halftone picture in a book)