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  1. Want to buy 1953 Hudson Club Coupe. Prefer very nice original or excellent restoration. Serious buyer that will provide it a good home. Leads appreciated. Please call 850-556-2045 Thank you!
  2. Need 25" wood wheels for a 1910 Regal Detroit. Will be using split rims. Also need 33x4 non-skid roller tires. Leads appreciated. 850-556-2045 Many thanks <!-- </div> --> <!-- see bottom of postbit.css for .userinfo .popupmenu styles -->
  3. Looking for a real 1932 Ford roadster. Interested in an older restored 32 roadster or an "old school" hot rod. Leads appreciated. Thanks 850-556-2045
  4. Need 25" wood wheels for a 1910 Regal Detroit. I believe DB wheels will work with minor modifications. Will be using split rims. Also need 33x4 or 34x4 1/2 non-skid roller tires. Leads appreciated. 850-556-2045 Many thanks
  5. Hi Jim, I realize the wheels, rims, and tires are probably sold by now, but thought I would ask if they are still avaliable? Does anyone else know of other 25" wheels,rims or tires? I need these to finish a car and will really appreciate leads. 850-545-8185 Thanks!
  6. Hi Regalunderslung, Thanks for the info. Do you have a 1910 Model 30? JC
  7. Hi West, Thanks for your suggestion. I'm a longtime AACA member and have not used the Library until now. I will contact the Library.
  8. Hi Layton, Thanks for taking time to help me. But the Patent documents state that oil is sprayed on the rods and mains. There also is an absence of troughs. I do appreciate your thoughts. JC
  9. I have a 1910 Regal Detroit Model 30. Does anyone have a diagram of the engine lubrication system? Its been 40 years since it has ran so I pulled the oil pan for cleaning. It seems someone had previously worked on the bottom end. There is a horizontal tube that is attached to and runs the length of the oil pan. It is pressurized by the oil pump and is indexed into position by a set screw. The tube has four small holes for spraying oil on rods. Question: The holes are facing the side of the oil pan opposite the crank and rods; it seems the holes should be facing each of the rods. But the tube
  10. I have a 1910 Regal Detroit model 30. Does anyone have a diagram of the engine lubrication system? Its been 40 years since it has ran so I pulled the oil pan for cleaning. It seems someone had previously worked on the bottom end. There is a horizontal tube that is attached to and runs the length of the oil pan. It is pressurized by the oil pump and is indexed into position by a set screw. The tube has four small holes for spraying oil on rods. Question: The holes are facing the side of the oil pan; it seems they should be facing each of the rods. But the tube appears to have only one position
  11. I may have some interest. Where are the cars located?
  12. Looking for 1957 chevrolet 283 block for a Powerglide car. Casting number (3731548) with a casting date of December 1956 or January 1957. Assembly stamp code will have an "F" suffix. For example, a December 18, 1956 block would be "1218F" or a January 18, 1957 block would be "118F", etc. A block with a suffix of "E" would also work. Leads appreciated. Thanks!!
  13. Need 1957 Chevrolet 283 block, casting no. 3731548 for a four barrel carb. passenger car. Mid-Dec. 1956 through mid-Jan. 1957 casting date. Assembly suffix should be "E". Leads appreciated. Thanks
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