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  1. Hi Mike, Glancing through the old photos taken at Phil's, there are photos of Phil's second parts truck. It is identified as a 1924 model WD (5 ton) with S/N 5211366 and engine number 4121133. This was a Bell or NY Telephone pole erection truck according to Phil. The cab was in quite solid shape. Not sure where the engine was/is. The contact info in the post above would apply to this truck. Good luck.
  2. This carb was identified as being for 1949-53 Dodge. It is a BXVES-3 in good rebuildable condition. Price is $40 plus shipping.
  3. Pleases post photos of the broken part.
  4. It is brass and approximately 14" X 14". The jar is 3.625" diameter.
  5. Al, here is a brass sidemount bracket. Let me know if you need measurements.
  6. paul55

    1924 waterpump

    Thank you so much!
  7. This water pump appears to have a 1-24 mfg date. The debossed number is illegible though it might be 1560806. What is the application?
  8. I agree. The Stewart truck has similar fenders and Renault style hood though they did not have nameplate on side.
  9. Look above the running board between the 2 people and you will see a large nameplate. This is consistent with Kelly-Springfield trucks.
  10. Hi Mike, Here is a shot from Phil's XB though the clarity is poor. The switch panel seems different from the Series 33 & 36 passenger car.
  11. 1953 Chevy passenger car, model 150 & 210 only.
  12. Hershey delivery in April will be your best bet. The owner is not willing to get involved with shipping. If you can find a hobbiest that is willing to transport it, that might work out too.
  13. Yes, where are you located?
  14. HI Mike, Hard to believe it has been 11 years since your truck purchase. Phil used 2 parts trucks to restore his XB. You purchased one and the other was left behind. It was an XB Bell telephone truck and may have a winch. The wooden cab was excellent as it was stored in one of the trailers. The chassis sat outside and could not be photographed as it was in tall brush. I have sent out feelers and learned the following from a friend. The Barn restaurant located at 2544 Genesee St., Piffard, NY 14533-9747. The restaurant has a sign on it saying they will reopen in March. Their phone is 585-243-2113. My friend's brother expects to be out there again soon and I will pass on any info that I have. There is an assortment of old trucks sitting outside in the weather. Some are over 100 years old. I have not confirmed that these are the remains of Phil's collection. Here is another lead. The Motor Transport Museum, 31949 CA-94, Campo, CA 91906. Their phone is 619-478-2492. Regards, Paul Jacobs
  15. paul55

    hub wrench

    This hub wrench has a 2.040" hex opening, 11" OAL, 1.375" offset and is embossed with "wheel parts NY". Can anyone identify the application?