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  1. I still have my 1917 Maxwell touring for sale. 16,900 orig miles (believe actual), all black, unmolested, and unrestored original in great shape for 93 years old. Runs/drives good. Located near Omaha. Asking $13,900 but will listen to offers. e-mail gbchevy55@aol.com for more info, but please leave name and phone number for me to reply to.
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    1917 Maxwell

    Still have this car available. Located near Omaha, Nebr. Send a PM if interested and I'll get back to you.
  3. gbmaxwell

    1917 Maxwell

    Still have this car. Needs nothing to enjoy as is, or would be excellent car for a full restoration. Selling only because I need the space. Original everything and very nice. Can e-mail pictures if interested. gbchevy55@aol.com.
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    1917 Maxwell

    Original unrestored (16,000 mile) 1917 Maxwell Touring Car I would consider selling to a good home. Serious inquiries only please. Contact directly for more details if interested. Thanks. gbchevy55@aol.com
  5. Looking for the sheet metal apron that goes under the radiator for a 1917 Maxwell (1916-17). It has a hole that the starter crank goes through, and mounts to the underside of the radiator assembly. If anyone knows of one that might be available, please let me know. Thanks, Greg gbchevy55@aol.com
  6. Looking for a usable set of rear fenders for 1924 Franklin Sedan. Any leads would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. gbchevy55@aol.com
  7. Dennis, Just sen't you a private e-mail. I think I can help.
  8. Anybody got an extra decent used valve for 1917/18 engine? Need to replace one, preferebly two. The rest look good. Thanks.
  9. Anyone know the differences, if any between U.S. and Canadian Maxwells for 1918? Also, did Canada use the same numbering sequences on their engines and body serial numbers? Thanks.
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    1918 Maxwell

    Does anyone know a part number and source for the following for 1918 Maxwell: points rotor distributor cap Thanks