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  1. Border is still closed to non-essential traffic.... unfortunately this wouldn't qualify for an individual but commercial trucking is still allowed. Got a buddy that's trucking?
  2. Jim... you should be able to edit your original post with the new title as per George's suggestion.
  3. From Jim: " the stamped date on block indicates that on the 21st of this month this engine will be 100 yrs old, there is no plate or numbers to indicate serial or whatever, I have had this engine apart . the carb and distributor are not on engine as I took them off, both could be rebuilt, the dist only needs a set of cap clips and tlc, the carb needs a new bowl and lots of tlc, internally the bearings look quite good but one wrist pin needs to be freed up and the pinch bolt on that same connecting rod is stripped, all the valves are there but should be replaced and the seats need
  4. Anyone going to post pics?
  5. I'm thinking that "cab" was built from a 32 Chevy 4 door sedan... a 2 door would have longer doors. This places the door handles below the beads, and if the rear of the body was welded to the back of the B pillars, it explains that sharp increase in altitude behind the doors. Top hinge lines up with the bottom of the side window. Rear window looks to be about the same shape. Also looks like he bent the front of the hood to match the grille. I bet if it was clamped down properly it lined up well at one time. I'm having problems finding a good shot of that front bead detail with no 2 toning
  6. whtbaron

    ABANDONED

    Are those back fenders wide enough for a roadster? I was thinking maybe a touring. Wonder how much of the sheet metal is under the grass?
  7. Thanks guys... I was leaning towards Dodge but wasn't sure. I didn't even notice the horn button. So we're talking 1921 ish? So far my parts stash includes a Whippet frame and a flathead Dodge 6 so a Dodge cowl should fit right in. I know the landowner and I'm pretty sure we can work a deal.
  8. Yep.... afraid I'm serious. Not much to go on with this one... front half of a 4 door touring .... I'd guess somewhere between 1912 and 1925. Back doors were suicide mounted since the latches are on the back of the remaining B pillar. Windshield uprights and door latch are a little unusual ( maybe Dodge?). I've been looking for a non-Model T cowl for a speedster project and I'm thinking this just might be it... the more non-descript the better, but I have no clue what it is. Thoughts? No, it will not be going on Ebay...
  9. whtbaron

    20's frame

    Up until now, you've been hitting specific brand threads... maybe try posting it in the "what is it" section? Guys around here are pretty good with the ID's... maybe you just haven't shown it to the right person yet. Or maybe it's really that rare...
  10. There is a pre-war speedsters page on Facebook.... the administrator builds some pretty decent looking boat tail bodies for Model A's . If you aren't up to the challenge, you may consider purchasing one. https://www.facebook.com/groups/496619540483459/?multi_permalinks=2016811065130958&notif_id=1584669049818218&notif_t=group_highlights
  11. whtbaron

    20's frame

    Bloo beat me to it.... somebody in the other thread mentioned Moon. I've got a 23 and unless they changed a lot by the mid to late 20's, I have my doubts. Saying that, I haven't got the Moon front axle so I haven't seen that. That's a very stark bare frame. Someone mentioned Stutz having that brake system... you'd kick yourself if you scrapped it and it turned out to be one...
  12. whtbaron

    20's frame

    Why scrap it just because you don't know what it is? Toss some more readily available power train parts on it and go... speedster all the way.
  13. So is that a difference between the REO and Olds? This 1915 REO roadster seems similar...
  14. The sharp drop of the front springs and the shallow axle dip seems to suggest REO/Olds.... Headlight buckets suggest 1915 or slightly newer...
  15. Hmmm.... do you think that axle dips enough for an Overland?
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