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  1. That is an axle-housing for a Model T Ford.
  2. I am looking for a good usable Mid-1911 to 1912 axle-housing; one side - preferably just the driver?s side, though either side can be made to work. This 12-rivet axle-housing is shown on page 581 of Bruce McCalley?s ?Model T Ford, The Car That Changed The World? or on the right-side of page 72 in Bruce?s ?From Here to Obscurity?. ? Hopefully, someone has the driver?s housing left-over from when they put in a Ruckstell. ? Any leads would be greatly appreciated. ? jacrolNOSPAM@hotmail.com Please remove the ?NOSPAM? in the e-mail address. Thanks.
  3. Hi, I am posting for JACK. He has free for the taking: two Model 41s located in Winchester, NH. He says they are stored under a shed and he guesses that one car could be made from both: the chassis are fairly complete with engines and transmissions, etc. and the fenders look good. If you want them, you must come and take both with all of the loose parts too: no exceptions. He would like them gone before the snow flies. You can call JACK at 603-312-2464. Have fun ! I'll post this on the Buick site too. Please do not ask me for any information as what you see is all I know about the car
  4. Hi, I am posting for JACK. He has free for the taking: two Model 41s located in Winchester, NH. He says they are stored under a shed and he guesses that one car could be made from both: the chassis are fairly complete with engines and transmissions, etc. and the fenders look good. If you want them, you must come and take both with all of the loose parts too: no exceptions. He would like them gone before the snow flies. You can call JACK at 603-312-2464. Have fun ! I'll post this on the fourm area too. Please do not ask me for any information as what you see is all I know about the car
  5. Hi, I am posting for JACK. He has free for the taking: two Model 41s located in Winchester, NH. He says they are stored under a shed and he guesses that one car could be made from both: the chassis are fairly complete with engines and transmissions, etc. and the fenders look good. If you want them, you must come and take both with all of the loose parts too: no exceptions. He would like them gone before the snow flies. You can call JACK at 603-312-2464. Have fun ! I'll post this on the for sale area too. Please do not ask me for any information as what you see is all I know about the
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