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  1. This is a picture of one in a 24-45, looks like is the same as the one in Larry's 25-45. (what you can see of it) I have yet to find one for my 25-45. Leon
  2. I am looking for one oval shaped outer Cello window frame, it is approx 12 inches by 7 inches and is nickel plated brass. If you have a complete window that would work as well but all I need is one outer frame. you can text me at 1 250 three two eight 9 three three 9. The moral of this story is to not leave these window in while on a road trip. Thanks,, Leon
  3. I lost the outer trim ring on a road trip on one of my windows. They are nickel plated brass and are approx 12inches by 7 inches. If you have one in decent replatable condition (no hairline cracks) or even a complete frame I would be interested. I can be reached at text 1 250 three two eight nine 33nine. Thanks Leon (the moral of this story is don't leave those curtains in when on a road trip)
  4. Way to go!!! I just hope I will be still around and able to drive mine at 92 years young. I am looking forward to driving mine when it is 100 years old in 4 years and I will be 81.. Leon
  5. Thanks Morgan....go to settings..click signature...highlight what you want to remove then hit delete..
  6. I have thinned the herd a little over the past year but can't see how to edit my signature??? how do you do it.... thanks Leon
  7. Great job Hugh, would love to see it in person some day. Leon
  8. This is my 25-45 with one of Stan Reynolds planes I believe is a 1943 Boeing Stearman taken at Wetaskiwin sometime in the late 80's
  9. Another one from the same function, she was enjoying herself!!
  10. Had the 25-45 out to a Great Gatsby function for display a few years ago.
  11. Another excellent tutorial Hugh. I do have some snubbers from my car that are in need of restoration but have never got around to it. Going to have to dig them out and see exactly what I have. It's been a lot of years. I didn't think that they would have been very effective but after reading your description as to how they work I just may rethink doing something with them. Leon
  12. looks like a 1925 buick to me.
  13. Well the old girl is back up and running thanks to the suggestions from this group and in particular Hugh. Leon
  14. OK just another update and to thanks for the suggestions for looking for a fix. I removed the switch as the relay looked to have overheated and because I had anther switch in parts that looked to have a better backing plate and relay I decided to clean it up and install it..Tested the relay first and the points opened and closed as I thought they should, so thought it would work. The s/g works as it should and the car starts and runs fine. Just the the lighting systems don't work. The horn works because it's now on the #1 terminal (hot one) where it was supposed to be to begin with. So it i
  15. Thanks Brad, I am sure that is going to come in handy. Hope I don't need to go that far. This site always amazes me at the talent there is and that they are willing to share it. Leon
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