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  1. George - 5x5 was the bolt pattern. Please zap me a couple photos, flackmaster at sbcglobal point net and I should be able to identify. Thank you. DAF Oh, and my cellphone, if easier to ttext photos is 214 - 549 - twelve fifty.
  2. Wheel is sold. Leaving this post on case it helps someone ID wheels.
  3. 1929 Lincoln uses a very similar gauge, albeit oval. Maybe 30 or 31...I am no Lincoln expert, but a clue to run with...
  4. The 37 super 8 water pump impeller is actually quite easy to adapt from a John Deere water pump impeller. I do not have the part number in front of me but it is a very common item. The angle of the backside will need to be cut to match the housing, and it is a better 6 fin design...
  5. I strongly objected to the new requirement. I considered turning my back on selling via Ebay. Does it do any good? Probably not...Ebay has changed our world, and we are forced to change along with it.
  6. correct as to helping friends in NZ. Will forward your info to them, with thanks.
  7. very good, will advise. Any comments on availability? Is there anybody who could make a new set....yeah, I know, cringing at the thought of the price, but these are family cars that will remain roadworthy for future generations. OK, clarification as follows - and Ed, thank you for the referral to Dayton, I will followup to get some sense of budgetary pricing while prayers for good original wheels are submitted to the powers that be. Aussie John - these are NZ cars, so it certainly would be of interest to learn more about your Queensland wheel project. Firs
  8. very good, will advise. Any comments on availability? Is there anybody who could make a new set....yeah, I know, cringing at the thought of the price, but these are family cars that will remain roadworthy for future generations.
  9. 31 President, and 29 with 5 bolts. More details forthcoming, asking for a non-computer user....but I thought I'd start asking...thank you!
  10. Apologies, I haven't been on this site in a while. Yes, can supply. DAF, Dallas.
  11. ahh...the string that just won't die. POSTWAR 356 motor available. In cold storage in Utica, NY. Are you near enough to pick up?
  12. I am going to suggest a price of $6,000. The real problem is extraction of a non-running car from a garage where there are two more non-runners outside. Just sending a shipping company to pick up ain't gonna happen. Location is Corona, CA, so its one of those situations where a group of friends will really be necessary. Typical long story of owner aging out, too many cars, too little time, grumpy old man, etc.
  13. Only change since original post is a bit more dust. Now seriously looking to sell. Only updated comment from the owners wife is it was a good running, fun car when last driven, decades ago... Updated comments on value or interest in buying welcome. I will put seriously interested parties in touch with "the wife", my only involvement is to counsel as to value.
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