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  1. I might be able to help. Call me at 262-352-3751 Carl Jensen
  2. I have one of these rebuilt steering gears (with the new worm) in my 1930 Stutz Speedster. It was about 9 years ago after another shop really messed it up. I drive a lot, and do some higher speed touring events too. This rebuild was recommended to me by a friend who races a Stutz and I can tell you that it was one of the most noticeable improvements I have done to the car. It feels rock solid and turns smooth. I was amazed. It has also never leaked a drop. Carl Jensen
  3. Hello, You are correct that it is a supercharger. For a short answer, both a turbocharger and a supercharger force air into the engine generally for the purpose of making more power. The basic difference is that a supercharger is somehow mechanically driven and a turbo is driven by the flow of exhaust gas through a turbine. Supercharging was previously used on much more high end, high performance cars such as Duesenberg, Stutz, Bentley, Alfa Romeo or Bugatti (as well as a few others), but many would agree that it was Graham who was really first to offer it to more mainstream cars, which they
  4. Wide variety of Graham parts including: Doors Fender Windshield and Window frames Transmission Starter gear Transmission parts Distributor Engine parts Years ago my father purchased the inventory of a Graham service center. He would like to sell all parts in one shot. Make a reasonable offer and take it all. Please do not reply to this post. Call Warren Jensen at 414-545-4508
  5. Mixed car parts. A lot of chrome trim and accessories including 70 door handles. See attached photos. Selling all as one package. Please do not reply to this post, call Warren Jensen at 414-545-4508
  6. The Milwaukee Concours (formerly known as the Masterpiece) is featuring V12 cars. We have a class that that goes from early Packards, Auburns etc, through a Miura and Ferrari Daytona. We even have two early V12 boats from the 1920s. We would like to include a V12 Cadillac or two. The event takes place on the beautiful shore of Lake Michigan the weekend of August 27 & 28. If you are interested please contact Carl or Carrol Jensen at 262-662-0287.
  7. The Milwaukee Concours (formerly known as the Masterpiece) is featuring V12 cars. We have a class that that goes from early Packards, Auburns etc, through a Miura and Ferrari Daytona. We even have two early V12 boats from the 1920s. We would like to include a V12 Pierce or two. The event takes place on the beautiful shore of Lake Michigan the weekend of August 27 & 28. If you are interested please contact Carl or Carrol Jensen at 262-662-0287.
  8. We are celebrating 100 years of the Twin Six at the Milwaukee Concours August 27 & 28. If your are interested in joining us on the beautiful Milwaukee lakefront, please contact Carl Jensen (262) 662-0287 or cajensen2@aol.com
  9. Hello fellow Marmon owners. We are assembling a ring of 16 cylinder cars at the Milwaukee Concours, August 27 & 28, 2016. We are looking for a few Marmon 16s to be shown on the beautiful Milwaukee lakefront. If you are interested in bringing a car, please contact me, Carl Jensen (262)662-0287 or cajensen2@aol.com
  10. Hello That sounds like a great project. I am the editor of the Stutz News, the publication of the Stutz Club. Feel free to call me if you would like additional info on Harry Stutz or Stutz cars. I have also written a series of articles for another publication on individuals that shaped the auto industry and my be able to offer some ideas for you. I am not frequent to this forum, but check it from time to time. Best is to call me at: 262-662-0287 Carl Jensen
  11. I am trying to help the family of Fred Berndt go through remaining memorabilia and records from his collection. If you own a car that was once in the Berndt collection, please call me at the number below. The family may have trophies, records, photos for your car. Some of cars in his collection included Jaguar, Delage, Lagonda, Bentley, Premier, Buick, Hipano, Bugatti Mercedes, Knox and others. Carl Jensen (262)662-0287
  12. I am trying to help the family of Fred Berndt go through remaining memorabilia and records from his collection. If you own a car that was once in the Berndt collection, please call me at the number below. The family may have trophies, records, photos for your car. Some of cars in his collection included Jaguar, Delage, Lagonda, Bentley, Premier, Buick, Hipano, Bugatti Mercedes, Knox and others. Carl Jensen (262)662-0287
  13. Thank you for your reply. I do have a D-74 manual and you confirmed what I had thought. I will try to make my repair "in-car", and only remove the transmission if necessary. Thanks again for your insight. Carl
  14. I would like to remove the transmission from my D74. Any suggestions of the process? It appears that I may have to pull the differential back, also believed by another Marmon friend...but wanted to see if anyone has gone through this. From what I can find, it looks like it would be the same as a model 34. Thank you Carl Jensen
  15. I am looking for a cowl vent for a D74. I have measurements that another Marmon owner kindly sent me, but I was hoping to find one before I had one fabricated. Does anyone know if it is the same for any other models? Possibly and E75? Also, I would like to purchase a set of wind wings for our 1925 phaeton. I would be interested in brackets and glass or only the brackets. Please let me know if you have either of these items. Reply to this inquiry or call me at 262-662-0287. Thank you, Carl Jensen
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