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  1. Tom--Thanks for information. Most informative and most helpful. Steve in Cape Canaveral
  2. For a 12 Mb photo, you can email kdviner@msn.com. Don't know if it is hi res or not--being the source for the photo I originally posted yesterday. Steve in Cape Canaveral FL
  3. MIke--You asked how big the picture was. I could see if a larger image is available if you want. Steve
  4. MIke--Thank you for all the detail. I must acknowledge that I never heard of a Crest automobile. Always something to learn. Steve in Cape Canaveral, FL
  5. Thanks so much, Mike. Any idea what years those cars are. I don't know Franklins. TX, Steve
  6. This photo was taken in Laramie Wyoming ca. 1909. I am led to believe that there are some Franklins in the photo. Can anyone help? TX, Steve in Cape Canaveral, FL
  7. This photo was taken in Laramie Wyoming ca. 1909. I am led to believe that there are some Franklins in the photo. Can anyone help? TX, Steve in Cape Canaveral, FL
  8. I have two of these condensers. Would like to put them in the hands of someone who can use them. I find letter other letter code suffixes--A, C, F, G, J, K. But no E. Any help appreciated. Steve in Cape Canaveral, Florida
  9. Thanks for the photos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  10. Thanks for the part number. Anyone have even a photo or description of this part?? Other GM makes interchangeable?? TX, Steve Snell Oviedo, FL egawai@aol.com
  11. Does anyone have a windshield wiper vacuum switch that mounts on the dash to the lower left of the steering column? Is this part interchangeable with other GM makes? I can't find a part number or description in factory parts books or other literature. I just know there is an empty hole on the dash! It had to be pot metal, so no surprise this is a tough one to find. TX for any assist. Steve Snell egawai@aol.com AACA 822695 BCA 20766
  12. Anyone have a Champion 6 spark plug (or plugs) for 1925 Buick Master Model 40? Just have had the car restored and one of the plugs cracked. I know I can run Autolites, but I would like to run the car with the spark plug cover in place. Thanks for any help. Steve Snell, Oviedo, FL egawai@aol.com BCA #20766
  13. Need a rebuilt carb or rebuild kit. Any leads appreciated. Trying to complete restoration. TX
  14. Thanks for the post. Sure enough, my pot metal casing disintegrated once it was dismantled. Will give this Chevy a try if we have to resort to that. I have a line on a 24 cast iron one, but would need to provide a replacement. Thanks,
  15. Finishing restoration and need a distributor. The casing is cracked and unrepairable on the distributor currently on the car. Respond to Steve Snell (BCA and AACA) egawai@aol.com
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