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  1. 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?
  2. paul55

    Bronze gear

    This gear has 51 teeth, 4.412 OD, 1.48 OAH and .625 ID. Can anyone tell me the application?
  3. There is a 1937 Buick convertible sedan listed on the Buffalo, NY Craigslist. It is located in Scottsville, NY which is South of Rochester, NY. It is listed at $12,500 and is running. It has been stored in a barn since 1986 and has missing parts. Perhaps someone can help with a link.
  4. Plate was used by US forces in occupied Germany circa 1947-8. It was one of several designs used over time there.
  5. I believe it is named for the inventor, who had the last name of Moncke.
  6. Harm, Are you familiar with the book, Golden Wheels by Richard Wager? The second edition was published in 1986 and it is readily available on-line. It describes the Cleveland auto scene and mentions all of the early makes. There is a section (page 111-112) on the Cleveland and an illustration is shown of the 1903 Cleveland roadster which seems to be your car. The illustration shows tiller steering on this model. Perhaps your car is slightly later as 1904 was the final production year and may have had wheel steering.
  7. I believe that the Diplomat model was for export only and may have had Dodge components (ie L-head 6 cylinder engine).
  8. This trim piece would mount directly behind the bumper to cover the frame end. The bumper mounting bracket would attach through the holes. I have no idea if it is for a Buick.
  9. Thanks for identifying Paul
  10. What is the application for this interior window handle embossed 84756?
  11. What is the application for this interior window handle embossed 2953?
  12. Here is an early English Austin 7 Zenith brass carburetor stamped 22FZ060142 just out of long term storage. The price is $100 plus shipping.
  13. If you search this forum for "1920 Premier" you will find a restoration thread that includes photos of other year Premiers including 1916. I do not think the car above is Premier.
  14. Though the 189 prefix aligns with 1930's Buick, the 149 suffix is not listed.