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About allfords2737

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  1. Someone made that to display the tools at shows, that came with their car when new. They appear to be for a late 1930's Ford, about 1937..
  2. I have a nice switch with keys for your F-1 pickup. I sent you a message.
  3. Do not list the casting numbers. They are identified by the number stamped into the cover, like the first one you asked about, 2103-B. List some more numbers of the others.
  4. Do you have any with lower numbers stamped into the covers? My 1939 Delco catalog has numbers from 1100-S to 2103-B.
  5. Forging #1262 should be for a Fordson tractor up to 1928.
  6. "Google" Joe has new valves and may rebuild yours.
  7. Howard, My steel 10-24 threaded rivets shown in the photo have a head .420 across, with a 10-24 stem that is .380 long. I think that they are truss heads.
  8. Howard, I have more than 500 with 10-24 thread that I would sell for 20 cents each in lots of 100.